Zhuang She

Zhuang She
East China Normal University | ECNU · school of psychology and cognitive science

PH.D candidate

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Education
September 2019 - June 2023
East China Normal University
Field of study
  • Clinical and counseling psychology

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Publications (21)
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Formal feedback involves the routine collection of client feedback to track their progress, identify not-on track clients, and facilitate adjustment of therapy to prevent treatment failure. The need for formal feedback is based on previous findings that many clients quit therapy prematurely or have negative outcomes. Unfortunately, therapists usual...
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Although client feedback has been demonstrated to improve psychotherapy outcomes in over a dozen randomized clinical trials, no studies to date have investigated the feedback effect outside of the United States or Europe. This study examined the impact of a client feedback intervention, the Partners for Change Outcome Management System, in a colleg...
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Objective: To validate the Chinese version of Outcome rating scale(ORS). Methods: Both clinical and non-clinical subjects were recruited in the current study. The nonclinical group consisted of 202 undergraduate and graduate students, who received four measures in a month(once a week) for examining the reliability and validity. Clinical group was...
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Background: In China, bereaved parents who have lost their only child are known as Shidu parents, and they tend to present high levels of prolonged grief reactions. To date, a widespread focus has been placed on positive social support, while potential negative experiences have been relatively neglected. Additionally, the role of social support fr...
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Studies have consistently shown that formal client feedback helps improve the effectiveness of psychotherapy. Several client feedback systems have emerged, but only one has both extensive randomized clinical trial support and is feasible for every client, every session, clinical use: the Partners for Change Outcome Management System. PCOMS employs...
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The Cooper-Norcross Inventory of Preferences (C-NIP) is a commonly used and psychometrically validated measure of client preferences in therapy. However, the C-NIP version for therapists (C-NIP-T) has not yet been validated. This study aimed to develop a Chinese version of the C-NIP-T and test its factor structure, reliability, and concurrent valid...
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Job crafting has been shown to be associated with multiple positive work‐related outcomes. However, whether and how it affects nonwork‐related outcomes has been less examined. Grounded on the resource–gain–development perspective and conservation of resources theory, the present study investigated the effects of job crafting on employee life satisf...
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The study aims to test the reliability and validity of the Chinese version of the Revised Spontaneity Assessment Inventory (SAI-R-C) and the correlation between spontaneity and mental health. Data were collected from various samples of Chinese college students and employees. The SAI-R-C, the Subjective Well-being Scale, and the Chinese version of t...
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Background: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, people in many countries have shown xenophobia toward China, where the pandemic began. Within China, xenophobia has also been observed toward the people of Wuhan, the city where the first cases were identified. The relationship between disease threat and xenophobia is well established, but the reaso...
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Background: Coronavirus Disease 2019 has spread worldwide and generated tremendous stress on human beings. Unfortunately, it is often hard for distressed individuals to access mental health services under conditions of restricted movement or even lockdown. In this research, we developed an online coloring game and tested its effectiveness as an ac...
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The threat of disease is associated with xenophobia, but limited research is available to shed light on the underlying processes that shape this relationship. Based on the integrated threat theory and existing research, we tested a model in which the association between threat of disease and xenophobia is mediated by negative emotions, and how the...
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Background Research on how employees recover from work has focused primarily on recovery during non-work hours (external recovery) rather than recovery during work hours (internal recovery). Using the conservation of resources theory as a conceptual framework, we tested whether job crafting promotes an internal recovery state, and examined the proc...
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(1) Background: The COVID-19 outbreak has created pressure in people’s daily lives, further threatening public health. Thus, it is important to assess people’s perception of stress during COVID-19 for both research and practical purposes. The Perceived Stress Scale (PSS) is one of the most widely used instruments to measure perceived stress; howeve...
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The Session Rating Scale (SRS) is a widely used clinical tool to measure the client-therapist working alliance. This study investigated the psychometric properties, the cut-off value, and longitudinal invariance of the SRS in a Chinese clinical population. The analyses were conducted separately in a sample of college students in counseling (n = 403...
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Increasing attention has been given to the role of anxiety symptoms in influencing problematic smartphone use (PSU). However, less is known about potential moderation mechanisms underlying this relationship. In the present study, we examined the relationship between anxiety symptoms and PSU severity, and whether this relationship was moderated by p...
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Background: There is an increasing body of research on how employees recover from work, but most of this research has focused on recovery during non-work hours (external recovery) rather than recovery during the work hours (internal recovery). Using the conservation of resources theory as a conceptual framework, we tested whether job crafting promo...
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Objective: This study examined the alliance-outcome relation and the possible moderation effect of receiving progress feedback on a sample of Chinese clients. Method: One hundred and fifty-nine clients recruited from a university counseling center in central China filled out the Session Rating Scale (SRS) and the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) each ses...
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We tested the effects of regulatory focus on the asymmetric perception of losses versus nongains and of gains versus nonlosses. In Experiment 1, situational regulatory focus was manipulated by a priming task and then participants evaluated the outcome fairness of different distribution scenarios. In Experiment 2, participants completed the Regulato...

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Collecting clients feedback,then provide it to tharapists,which will help to improve outcome.