Hao Li

Hao Li
Tibet University · Plateau Brain Science Research Center

Doctor of Psychology
Plateau adaptation; High altitude brain science; The consciousness of Chinese national community; Oxygen intervention on

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Introduction
Plateau adaptation; High altitude brain science; The consciousness of Chinese national community; Oxygen intervention on health problems at high altitude
Additional affiliations
September 2016 - September 2020
Peking University
Position
  • beijing
Description
  • Yubo Hou lab
Education
September 2013 - September 2016
Peking University
Field of study
  • social psychology
September 2006 - September 2011
Fudan University
Field of study
  • clinical medicine

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Publications (17)
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Taking the hearing-impaired and healthy college students as the control group, 279 college students were investigated by questionnaire to investigate the relationship and internal mechanism between inner peace and subjective well-being, and to explore the mediating role of sleep quality and the differences between hearing-impaired and healthy colle...
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Background : Although dietary patterns of highlander have been widely investigated, no study has explored the relationship between dietary patterns and physical examination indicators in high-altitude migrants. This cross-sectional study aimed to investigate the relationship between dietary and physiological indexes and explore the suitable dietary...
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High-altitude exposure can negatively impact one’s ability to accurately perceive time. This study focuses on Chinese migrants who have traveled to the Tibetan plateau and explores the effects of high-altitude exposure on their time interval judgment abilities based on three separate studies. In Study 1, it was found that exposure to high altitudes...
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To reduce the negative consequences of cyberostracism on prosocial behaviors, we developed a coping strategy based on psychological resilience, and revealed its effectiveness in combating the adverse effects of cyberostracism on prosocial behavior through two studies. Study 1 demonstrated that psychological resilience could mitigate the negative im...
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To reduce the negative consequences of cyberostracism on prosocial behaviors, we devel- oped a coping strategy based on psychological resilience, and revealed its effectiveness in combating the adverse effects of cyberostracism on prosocial behavior through two studies. Study 1 demon- strated that psychological resilience could mitigate the negativ...
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The morphology of the hippocampus and amygdala can be significantly affected by a long-term hypoxia-induced inflammatory response. Cardiorespiratory fitness (CRF) has a significant effect on the neuroplasticity of the hippocampus and amygdala by countering inflammation. However, the role of CRF is still largely unclear at high altitudes. Here, we i...
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Power distance is the degree of acceptance of unequal distribution of power in societies. In a high power distance context, the acceptance of inequality conflicts with the operation of modern organizations, which causes obstacles to workplace communication or even triggers workplace accidents due to ineffective communication. We conducted four stud...
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Human attentional function is sensitive to hypoxia. However, little is known about whether and how attentional function is altered after acute aerobic exercise at high altitude, especially for acclimatized lowlanders. In this study, we used the Attention Network Test (ANT) to measure alerting, orienting, and executive control functions and the Stro...
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Based on Byrnes' definition and theory of critical thinking, through the research of approximately 1000 college and adult subjects, the authors have determined the structure of critical thinking of Chinese people and compiled the corresponding scale. In order to verify Byrnes's theory of critical thinking structure, the authors first interviewed 40...
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Emerging social media platforms such as Twitter and its Chinese equivalent Weibo have become important in information-sharing and communication. They are also gradually becoming stronger in guiding public opinion. When compared with traditional media, these platforms have salient characteristics, such as highly efficient dissemination of informatio...
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Past research suggests that people with different thinking styles show different cognitive processes. Accordingly, we test how thinking style and advice jointly affect investment decision. We conduct three experiments with 530 participants. In Study 1, coin, card and stamp investors who had high levels of holistic thinking and made decisions on the...
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The Role of Defensive Pessimism and Thinking Style in Marital Conflict Resolution Defensive pessimism refers to the tendency of setting low expectations and think over all the possible consequences regardless past successful experience. Prior research on defensive pessimism is limited within the area of achievements such as learning, nevertheless,...
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Defensive pessimism refers to the tendency of setting low expectations and think over all the possible consequences regardless past successful experience. Prior research on defensive pessimism is limited within the area of achievements such as learning, nevertheless, its role in marital conflict resolution has been rarely investigated. In current r...
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The unprecedented outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused an economic downturn and increased the unemployment rate in China. In this context, employees face health and social economic stressors. To assess their mental health (i.e., anxiety, depression, insomnia and somatization) and work attitudes (i.e., work engagement, job sati...
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Humor is a universal phenomenon but is also culturally tinted. In this article, we reviewed the existing research that investigates how culture impacts individuals’ humor perception and usage as well as humor’s implications for psychological well-being. Previous research has substantiated evidence that Easterners do not hold as positive an attitude...

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