1.Ed. D., Clinical Psychology, Department of Psychology, Peking University, Beijing, China (July 2003)
2.M. Ed., Cognitive Psychology, Department of Psychology, Peking University, Beijing, China (July 2000)
3.B. S., Fudan University, Shanghai, China (July 1997)
2003-now, Beijing Institute of Technology.
1.Mindfulness-based skills and interventions in counseling and psychotherapy;
2.Cognitive mechanism of mindfulness-based approaches in promoting mental health;
3.Digital media application in emotion regulation;
4.Integration of eastern Buddhism based spiritual practices and western psychiatry and behavioral sciences
1.Li, B., Li, X. X., & Ma, C. Y. (2013). The effects of mindfulness-based group training on improving employees’ body and mind conditions. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 21(1), 158-161.
2.Li, B., & Fan, R. J. (2012). Intervention efficacy of mindfulness cognitive therapy on undergraduate obsessive-compulsive symptoms. Chinese Journal of School Health, 33(9), 1065-1068.
3.Li, B., & Fan, R. J. (2011). Mindfulness: the development of self-report questionnaires and theoretical mechanism. Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology (Social Sciences Edition), 13(5), 147-151.
4.Li, B., & Xu, S. Q. (2014). Research Progress on the Effect of Mindfulness on Intimate Relationship. Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology (Social Sciences Edition), in press.
5.Xu, S. Q., & Li, B., Ma, C. Y. & He, L. M. (2014). The effects of 8-week mindfulness training on unconscious emotion process. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, in press.
1.Li, B. (2011). Behavioral and learning theories of personality. In Wang, W. (Ed), Personality psychology. People’s Medical Publishing House.
2.Li, B. (2006). Personality disorder. In Qian, M. Y. (Ed.), Abnormal psychology. Peking University Press.
3.Li, B. (2002). Chinese style psychotherapy. In Qian, M. Y. (Ed.), Psychotherapy. Jilin Education Press.
1.2012-2014, Promoting undergraduates’ subjective well-being: Research on a mindfulness-based group approach. Sponsored by Ministry of Education of the People’s Republic of China.
2.2011-2012, Efficacy of mindfulness-based training for improving social anxiety symptoms among undergraduates. Sponsored by Beijing Institute of Technology.