2020-11-12T14:40:50+08:002020-01-24|Research, Department of Psychology, News|

Wu Qinglu, a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Psychology, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Macau (UM), has been selected for the Emerging Psychologists’ Programme at the International Congress of Psychology 2020 (ICP2020).

Launched in 1889 and organised by the International Union of Psychological Science, the ICP is currently one of the world’s largest international conferences on psychology. The Emerging Psychologists’ Programme was designed for aspiring scientists in the field of psychology. It aims to facilitate international communication and networking among scholars during the conference, as well as to encourage psychologists who are at the beginning of their careers to enhance their knowledge and networking skills. Through a rigorous selection process by committee judges, 40 out of 130 candidates were selected to join the programme.

Recruited by UM through the UM Macao Talent Programme, Wu is mentored by Dr Chi Peilian, assistant professor in the Department of Psychology. His research study focuses on the roles of resilience and positive psychological processes, such as the process of showing forgiveness, gratitude, and self-compassion, in maintaining an individual’s well-being, mental health, and developmental outcomes.

澳門大學社會科學學院心理學系博士後吳清祿入選2020年國際心理學大會(ICP2020)青年心理學家計劃(EPP) 。

會議由國際心理科學聯盟主辦,始於1889年,是世界上最大的國際心理學會議之一。青年心理學家計劃(EPP)旨在推動有潛質的青年心理學家,並藉由舉行會議之際促進國際交流及建立合作聯網。計劃的目標包括促進處於心理學職業生涯初期的研究者拓展知識、提高學術熱情和加強學術交流及合作的能力。經過多名海外專家評審,委員會從全球130名候選人中甄選出40名青年心理學家參加計劃。

吳博士是經澳大濠江人才計劃引進的學者,在澳大社會科學學院助理教授池培蓮的指導下,主要研究心理彈性和積極心理過程如寬恕、感恩和自我悲憫對遭遇負面經歷個體的幸福感、心理健康和發展性結果的影響。