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汪凤炎,男,博士,教授,博导,心理学家。主攻文化心理学和教育心理学。现主持1个教育部人文社科重点研究基地2016年度重大项目。出版个人专著3部,合著5部,主编教材3部。在国内外权威与核心学术刊物上发表论文50余篇。专著获教育部中国高等学校科学研究优秀成果奖(人文社会科学) 三等奖2次,江苏省哲学社会科学优秀成果奖一等奖2次,二等奖2 次,三等奖1次,霍英东教育基金会第十届高等院校青年教师奖(研究类)三等奖,第十四届中国图书奖等。2011年9月被评为江苏省第四期“333高层次人才培养工程”第二层次培养对象。

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BIOGRAPHY
Fengyan Wang (1970- ) was born in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, China. In June 1999, Wang graduated from the department of psychology of the College of Educational Science, Nanjing Normal University, and got his Ph.D.. Wang has been working in the College of Educational Science of Nanjing Normal University since August 1, 1999 and started his postdoctoral study there in October. After finishing his postdoctoral study in October, 2001, Wang was engaged exceptionally as associate professor by Department of Education, Jiangsu province. In June, 2002, Wang served as a supervisor of postgraduates majored in basic psychology in Nanjing Normal University, three years later, in June, 2005, Nanjing Normal University gave Wang an exceptional promotion as professor of psychology, and in April 2007, Wang became a supervisor of graduate student for a Ph.D. majored in basic psychology. Now, Wang works in Nanjing Normal University as: a) professor and supervisor of graduate students for a Ph.D. of the Institute of Psychology of Nanjing Normal University; b) vice supervisor of the Research Institute of Moral Education, which is one of the Ministry of Education Key Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences; c) academic leader of psychology of moral education, which belongs to Provincial Key Discipline of Developmental and Educational Psychology; and d) secretary (2005-2009) of the Professional Committee of Theoretical Psychology and History of Psychology, which belongs to Chinese Psychological Society.

Fengyan Wang’s research interest mainly lies in Chinese cultural psychology (history of Chinese psychology included) and educational psychology (with emphasis on psychology of moral education). He is the author of three monographs (one of them has a revised edition) and is the first author of four co-authored monographs (one of them has a 3rd edition). Wang has also edited three textbooks and took part in editing /translating eight other books. Besides, his more than 40 papers were published in Journal of Moral Education (England, SSCI) and authoritative domestic journals such as Educational Research, Journal of East China Normal University (Educational Sciences), Psychological Science and Morality and Civilization, 17 of these papers have been reproduced by XinHua Digest, China University Academic Abstracts and Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), etc.

In Chinese psychological circles, Fengyan Wang is the first person who advocates the Chinese cultural psychology, he wrote Chinese cultural psychology as first author in 2004 (Jinan University Press, 3rd edition in 2008), which was the first monograph in this field, strengthened the vitality and attraction of Chinese psychology. In the field of psychology of moral education, Wang’s Traditional Chinese thinking in psychology of moral education and its contemporary enlightenment (1st edition in 2002, Heilongjiang Education Press; 2nd edition in 2007, Shanghai Education Publishing House) was the first monograph which studied systematically of Traditional Chinese thinking in this field. In Wang’s another book, life with morality (2005, people’s Publishing House), Wang constructed preliminarily a new theory of conscience which interprets the phenomenon of transfer in moral learning and makes it more profound and systematic in New Theory of Conscience----Constructing a Theory which be Used for Interpretation of Transfer in Moral Learning (be ready for publication in 2010, Shandong Education Press).

Wang’s monographs won the first, the second and third prize (once for each) of “Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Jiangsu Province”, the 14th “National Book Award”, the first prize of “Outstanding Monographs by Universities’ press in Middle and South China”, and the second and third prize (once for each) of “Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Sciences in Universities of Jiangsu Province”. He won the third prize of the 10th “Higher School Young Teacher Award (Category of Research) of Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation”. In June, 2005, Wang was awarded as “Excellent Elite Young Teacher” of Jiangsu provincial higher school “Qinglan Project”, and the same honor awarded by Nanjing Normal University. In December, 2006, Wang was honored with the title “outstanding post-doctor”, and won the “Outstanding Teacher Prize” in September, 2007, both awarded by Nanjing Normal University.

 

LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

Monographic Books

Wang, F.Y. (2000). Traditional Chinese Thinking in Psychological Regimen. Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press.

Wang, F.Y. (2002, 2007). Traditional Chinese Thought in Psychology of Moral Education and its Contemporary Enlightenment. Harbin: Heilongjiang Education Press (1st edition in 2002); Shanghai: Shanghai Education Publishing House (2nd edition in 2007).

Wang, F.Y. (2008). History of Chinese Thought in Psychology. Shanghai: Shanghai Education Publishing House.

Wang, F.Y. etc. (2005). Life with Morality: Theoretical and Applied Study of the Model “ moral education in life”. Beijing: The People’s Publishing House.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (1st edition in 2004, 2nd edition in 2005, 3rd edition in 2008). Chinese Cultural Psychology. Guangzhou: Jinan University Press.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2010). A Psychological Study of Honor and Chǐ(Shame). Beijing: The People’s Publishing House.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2011). A New Theory of Conscience----Constructing a Theory Which be Used for Interpretation of Transfer in Moral Learning. Jinan: Shandong Education Press.

 

Papers

Wang, F.Y. (1996). On plights and outlets of Chinese indigenous psychological research.  Journal of Gannan Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.1; Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 1996,  No.9.

Wang, F.Y. (1996). The psychological block and its overcome of spoken English learning of junior middle school students; Jiangxi Educational Research, No.2. Full-text reprography on Teaching and Learning of Foreign Language and Other Discipline (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 1996, No.4.

Wang, F.Y. (1996). Ten methods of psychological regimen in ancient China. Popular Psychology, No.6.

Wang, F.Y. (1997). On similarities and differences of psychological regimen thinking between Confucian and Taoism in pre-Qin period. Journal of Gannan Normal University, No.1.

Wang, F.Y. (1997). On the meaning of “Xin” (heart and mind) and its relationships with ancient Chinese psychological thinking. Exploration of Psychology, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. (1997). On ancient Chinese psychological thinking in interpretation of dreams. Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.3; Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 1997, No.8.

Wang, F.Y. (1997). Commentary on three new trends in the development of modern western psychology. Journal of Jiangxi Normal University, No.3. Full-text reprography on psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 1997, No.11.

Wang, F.Y. (1997). The latest research development of history of Chinese psychology. Journal of Jiangxi Institute of Education, No.6. Full-text reproduced by China University Academic Abstracts, 1998, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. (1998). On similarities and differences of research approaches between “constructing psychology with Chinese characteristics” and “Chinese indigenous psychology”. Journal of Gannan Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.1. Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 1998, No.6.

Wang, F.Y. (1998). On psychological thinking of discussion on “Míng” and “Shí” in ancient China. Journal of Jiujiang Teacher’s College (Social Science Edition), No.3.

Wang, F.Y. (1998). On psychological regimen thinking of Tánjīng, in Yang, X. H. (Ed. 1998). Commentary on Exploration of Psychology. Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, pp.211-225.

Wang, F.Y. (1999). On practical significance of research on traditional Chinese psychological thinking. Journal of Jiangxi Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.1. Full-text reprography on Psychology  (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 1999, No.7.

Wang, F.Y. (1999). On argument about Lǐ and need in Confucian School of Philosophy of the Song and Ming dynasties: a Psychological Review. Psychology Science, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. (1999). On the statement “human is the noblest creature in the world” in ancient China. Journal of Developments in Psychology, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. (1999). Commentary on the two research approaches of history of Chinese psychological thinking. Journal of Jiangxi Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.4.

Wang, F.Y. (1999). On relationship between psychology and Chinese concept of “Xin” (heart and mind) and philosophy of mind. In Yang, X. H. (Ed. 1999). Commentary on Exploration of Psychology. Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, pp.63-72.

Wang, F.Y. (2000). Predicament and opportunity of basic principles of history of Chinese psychological Thought. Journal of Gannan Normal Unirversity (Social Science Edition), No.1. Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 2000, No.8.

Wang, F.Y. (2000). “Hé” (peace): A traditional principle of Chinese interpersonal relationships. in Yang, X. H. (Ed. 2000). Commentary on Exploration of Psychology. Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, pp.42-53.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2001). Commentary on research direction of history of Chinese psychological thinking.  Journal of Developments in Psychology, No.1.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2001). Sinicization of psychological research: goal, meaning, and approaches. Psychology Science, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. (2001). Respect for “Hé” (peace): Chinese collective unconsciousness. Journal of Jiangxi Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.1.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2001). Is there any psychological thinking in ancient China? Journal of Gannan Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.2. Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 2001, No.8.

Wang, F.Y. (2001). Newly argument about Lǐ and need in Confucian School of Philosophy of the Song and Ming dynasties: a Psychological Review. Exploration of Psychology, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. (2001). On contemporary enlightenment of traditional Chinese psychological regimen. in Yang, X. H. (Ed. 2001). Commentary on Exploration of Psychology. Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press, pp.262-273.

Wang, F.Y. (2002). On the thinking “virtue lies in performance” and its enlightenment to contemporary moral education. Ideological & Theoretical Education, No.1.

Wang, F.Y. (2002). On ancient Chinese methods of moral measurement and its contemporary enlightenment. Psychology Science, No.6.

Wang, F.Y. (2003). On Chinese cultural psychology. Journal of Gannan Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.2.

Wang, F.Y. (2003). “Chinese cultural psychology” should be added to the course list for undergraduates of psychology department. Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Annual collected articles on teaching and learning).

Wang, F.Y. (2004). The “Wǒ (self)” of ancient Chinese and its enlightenment. Psychology Science, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2004). Ancient Chinese psychological thinking is worth learning and studying. Journal of Jiangxi Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.2. Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 2004, No.9.

Wang, F.Y. (2004). SARS and learning. Research on Education in Shanghai, No.9, pp.71-72.

Wang, F.Y. (2004).Confucian thinking in traditional moral education: key ideas and fundamental features, Journal of Moral Education, Vol.33, No.4, pp.429-447.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, Y.J. (2005). Be vigilant against four tendencies of contemporary psychology in China. Journal of Gannan Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.1. Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 2005, No.5.

Wang, F.Y. (2006). Psychological mechanism resulting from sense of honor and Chǐ and its educational significance. Educational Research, No.6, pp.11-14.

Wang, F.Y. (2006). On connotation of “morality” and its enlightenment to contemporary moral education. Journal of East China Normal University (Educational Sciences), No.3, pp.11-20.

Wang, F.Y. (2006). Four issues existing in contemporary psychology in China. Journal of Northwest Normal University (Social Sciences), No.5. Full-text reprography on China University Academic Abstracts, 2006, No.5, pp.42-47. Indexed by XinHua Digest, 2007, No.7, pp.172.

Wang, F.Y. (2006). On psychological mechanisms, characteristics and functions of the sense of Chǐ. Jiangxi Educational Research, No.10, pp.34-37.

Wang, F.Y. (2006). Understanding effects of moral education from the view of five-factor interaction theory. Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.6, pp.90-94. Main-point reproduced by Education in Ideology and Politics (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 2007, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2006). Three issues on Chinese cultural psychology. Journal of Shandong Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences), No.6, pp.95-100. Full-text reprography on China University Academic Abstracts, 2007, No.2.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2007). On self differences in Chinese and western cultures. Journal of Southwest University (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition), No.1, pp.11-16.

Wang, F.Y. (2007). Children’s reading Chinese classics: a scientific perspective. Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.4, pp.73-79. Main-point reproduced by XinHua Digest, 2007, No.20, p.166.

Wang, F.Y. (2007). On the formation and development of conscience. In Moral Education Review. Beijing: Education Science Publishing House.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2008). Thirteen principles of Confucius definition of “gentlemen’s personality” and “villain’s personality”. Morality and Civilization, No.4, pp.46-51. Full-text reprography on Ethics (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 2008, No.10.

Wang, F.Y. (2009). Connotation of “Hé(peace)” and its enlightenment to Chinese contemporary moral education. Chinese Journal of Moral Education, No.3.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2009). “Wisdom Derives From Knowledge”: a classic Chinese notion of wisdom. Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.4, pp.104-110.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2010). Review Five Kinds of Western Key Viewpoint about Wisdom. Journal of Dialectics of Nature, Vol. 32, No.3, pp.93-97107. Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 2010, No.10, pp.79-84.

Wang, F.Y. & Zheng, H. (2010). Method of Semantic and Etymological Analyses: An Important Method for Studying Chinese Cultural Psychology. Journal of Nanjing Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.4, pp. 113-118143.

 

Yang, X.H. & Wang, F.Y. etc. (1997). On Shu Pan’s thinking of “constructing psychology with Chinese characteristics”. Journal of Developments in Psychology, No.3. Full-text reprography on Psychology (Reproduction of Journals and Newspapers, People University of China), 1997, No.7.

Zheng, H. & Wang, F.Y. (2006). On connotation, representation and enlightenment of Chinese filial piety. Chinese Journal of Moral Education, No.9.

Zheng, H. & Wang, F.Y. (2007). On nature, classification and cultivating methods of wisdom. Jiangxi Educational Research, No.5, pp.10-13.

Zheng, H. & Wang, F.Y. (2008). On four types of Chinese Chǐ (shame) and its significance on moral Education. Journal of Northwest Normal University (Social Sciences), No.1.

Wang, L.H. &Wang, F.Y. (2010). A Study on the Structure of College Students View on Ren. Journal of Southwest University (Social Sciences Edition), Vol.36No.3, pp.7-12.

 

Textbooks (Chief Editor)

Wang, F.Y. & Yan, L.S. (Ed.; 1st edition 2006, 2nd edition in 2007, 3nd edition in 2011). Newly Organized Educational Psychology. Guangzhou: Jinan University Press.

Wang, F.Y. , Zheng Hong, & Chen H. B. (Ed.,2011). Moral Psychology. Beijing: Kaiming Press.(Ready for publication)

Wang, F.Y. (Ed.,2012). Newly Organized History of Chinese Thought in Psychology. Beijing: Renming Education Publishing House.(Ready for publication)

 

Be Editor In

Freud, S. (1933). Sequel of introduction of psychoanalysis. Translated by Wang, F.Y, & Guo, B.Y. In: Che, W.B. (Ed.;1998). The selected works of Sigmund Freud. Changchun: Changchun Press.

Ye, H.S. (Ed.; 2000). Pith of modern psychology theories. Fuzhou: Fujian Education Press. (More than 30,000 words written by Wang, F.Y.)

Yang, X.H. (Ed.; 2000). General history of psychology (Volume 1). Jinan: Shandong education Press. (More than 150,000 words written by Wang, F.Y.)

Yang, X.H. (Ed.; 2002). Review of history of Chinese psychology. Hefei: Anhui Education Press. (More than 80,000 words written by Wang, F.Y.)

Yang, X.H. (Ed.; 2002). Crisis and transition----on sinicyzation of psychology. Harbin: Heilongjiang Education Press. (More than 16,000 words written by Wang, F.Y.)

Yang, X.H. (2003). Newly organized history of psychology. Guangzhou: Jinan University Press. (More than 60,000 words written by Wang, F.Y.)

Gao, J.F. (Ed.), Yan, G.C, & Yang, X.H. (vice- ed.; 2005). Beijing: people’s Education Press. (About 30,000 words written by Wang, F.Y.)

Ye, H.S. (Ed.; 2005), Jia, L.X. & Wang, F.Y. (vice-ed.). History of psychology. Beijing: China Higher Education Press.

 

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PROJECTS

Projects (take charge of)

1)       Thesis:  Theoretical and Applied Study of Harmonious Moral Education

Sponsor: Key Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences in Universities (by Ministry of Education, P. R. China.)

Grant No.:  07JJD880241

Date:    July, 2007----December, 2010

 

2)       Thesis:  Model of Harmonious Moral Education and its Applied Research in Elementary School

   Sponsor:  Key Issues in 2007 of the Eleventh Five-year Plan of National Educational Science (by Ministry of Education, P. R. China.)

   Grant No.:  DEA070061

   Date:   October, 2007----December, 2010

 

3)     Thesis: A Psychological Study of Education of Honor and Chǐ

Sponsor: The Eleventh Five-year Plan of Educational Science of Jiangsu Province (by Department of Education, Jiangsu Province.)

Grant No.:  D/2006/O1/O88

Date:   December, 2006- December, 2009

 

4)     Thesis: “Life is Moral Education”: A Model of Moral Education and Its Applied Study in Elementary School

Sponsor: Key Issues of the Tenth Five-year Plan (by Ministry of Education, P. R. China.)

Grant No.:   EEA010437

Date:   February, 2002----December, 2005

 

5)     Thesis:  Traditional Chinese Thinking and its Modern Enlightenment to Psychology of Moral Education

   Sponsor: Funds for Philosophy and Social Sciences in Universities of Jiangsu Province (by Department of Education, Jiangsu Province.)

   Grant No.:   00JDXLX002

   Date:  December, 2000----December, 2002

 

6)     Thesis:  “Life is Moral Education”: A Model of Moral Education and Its Applied Study

Sponsor: The Tenth Five-year Plan of Educational Science of Jiangsu Province (by Department of Education, Jiangsu Province.)

   Grant No.:    D/2001/O1/O87

   Date:   January, 2002----December, 2005

 

Projects (participate)

1)     Thesis:  A Psychological Study on Honor and Chǐ (be part of the Research on Socialist Concept of Honor and Chǐand Moral Education in Middle and Preliminary School)

Sponsor:  Key Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences in Universities (by Ministry of Education, P. R. China.)

Chief Expert:  Prof. Dr. Zhaoming Gao, Nanjing Normal University

Grant No.:     06JJD880022

Date:    March, 2006----December, 2009

 

2)     Thesis:  Empirical Study and Meaning Transition of Ancient Chinese Thinking in Psychological       Regimen

Sponsor:  Key Issues of the Tenth Five-year Plan of National Educational Science

Chief Expert:  Prof. Xinhui Yang, Nanjing Normal University

Grant No.:    DBA010160

Date:   February, 2002----December, 2005

 

3)     Thesis: Traditional Chinese Thinking in Psychology of Moral Education and its Contemporary Enlightenment (be part of the Psychological Study on Children’s Morality Development and Moral Education During the Period of Social Transition)

Sponsor: Key Issues of the Key Research Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences in Universities (by Ministry of Education, P. R. China.)

Chief Expert:  Prof. Dr. Shaogang Yang, Nanjing Normal University

Grant No.:    2000ZDXM880008

Certificate No.: 05JJD0052 (Fengyan Wang ranked fourth)

Date:   October, 2001----May, 2004

 

4)     Thesis:  On Sinicization of Psychological Research

Sponsor: Issues of Humanities and Social Sciences (by Ministry of Education, P.R. China.)

Chief Expert: Prof. Xinhui Yang, Nanjing Normal University

Date:   May, 1998----2001

 

5)     Thesis:  Commentary on History of Chinese Psychology

Sponsor: Humanities and Social Sciences Foundation (by Department of Education, Jiangsu Prov.)

Chief Expert: Prof. Xinhui Yang, Nanjing Normal University

Date:   December, 1997----December, 2001

 

6)     Thesis:  General History of Psychology

Sponsor: Key Issues of the Ninth Five-year Plan of National Educational Science (by Ministry of Education, P.R. China.)

Chief Expert: Prof. Xinhui Yang, Nanjing Normal University

Date:   October, 1996----June, 2000

 

HONORS & AWARDS

Honors & Awards for Scientific Research:

1)     Monograph: Wang, F.Y. (2008). History of Chinese thought in psychology. Shanghai: Shanghai Education Publishing House.

Awards: The First Prize of the 11th Session of “Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Jiangsu Province” (March, 2011)

2)     Monograph: Wang, F.Y. (2002). Traditional Chinese thinking in psychology of moral education and its contemporary enlightenment. Harbin: Heilongjiang Education Press.

Awards: The Second Prize of the 2001-2002 Session of “Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Jiangsu Province” (December.2003); 14th Session of “National Book Award” (December, 2004)

 

 

3)     Monograph: Wang, F.Y. (2000). Traditional Chinese thinking in psychological regimen. Nanjing: Nanjing Normal University Press.

Award: The Third Prize of the 1999-2000 Session of “Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Sciences of Jiangsu Province” (December, 2001)

 

4)     Monograph: Wang, F.Y. etc. (2005) Life with morality: theoretical and applied study of the model “life is moral education”. Beijing: The People’s Publishing House.

Award: The Second prize of the 6th Session of “Outstanding Achievements of Philosophy and Social Sciences in Universities of Jiangsu Province” (November, 2008)

 

 

5)     Paper: Wang, F.Y. (1999). On practical significance of research on traditional Chinese psychological thinking. Journal of Jiangxi Normal University (Social Science Edition), No.1.

Award: The Third Prize of Psychology of the 3rd Session of “Achievements of Humanities and Social Sciences in Universities of Jiangsu Province” (October, 2000)

 

 

6)     Paper: Wang, F.Y. (2006). On connotation of “morality” and its enlightenment to contemporary moral education. Journal of East China Normal University (Educational Sciences), No.3, pp.11-20.

Award: Outstanding Papers of the Academic Conference of Philosophy and Social Sciences in 2006. (December, 2006)

 

 

Honor & Awards for Comprehensive Evaluation

1)     The Third prize of the 10th “Higher School Young Teacher Award (Category of Research) of Fok Ying Tung Education Foundation” (December, 2006)

 

2)     The 2005-2006 Session of “Outstanding Teacher Prize”, Awarded by Nanjing Normal University. (September, 2007)

 

3)     First Prize of “Teaching Achievement Award for Higher Education of Jiangsu Province” (December, 2007; Fengyan Wang ranked fourth)

EDUCATION HISTORY

Date

University

Study As

Major

Degree

10/1999-10/2001

Postdoctoral Position, Nanjing Normal University

Postdoctoral Researcher

Psychology of Moral Education

 

09/1996-06/1999

College of Educational Science, Nanjing Normal University

graduate student for a Ph.D.

Basic Psychology

Ph.D.

09/1993-06/1996

College of Educational Science, Jiangxi Normal University

Postgraduate

Basic Psychology

Master

09/1989-06/1993

Department of Educational Science, Jiangxi Normal University

Undergraduate

Educational Management

Bachelor

 

WORKING EXPERIENCE

Wang, F.Y. has been teaching and researching in Nanjing Normal University since August 1, 1999, he serves subsequently as a lecturer (August, 1999-June, 2001), associate professor (July, 2001-June, 2005), professor (July, 2005- ), and Supervisor of graduate student for a Ph.D. (April, 2007- ).

 

Teaching Courses

Since the spring semester of 2001[1], Wang has been teaching in Nanjing Normal University and over-fulfills teaching plan every year. The courses taught by Wang for postgraduates and Ph.D. students are as follows:

 

Date

Subject

Appropriate Student

2/2001-

General Psychology, Educational Psychology, Outline of Chinese Cultural Psychology, Principles of Moral Education

Undergraduates of Psychology and Education

2/2001-

Educational Psychology, Chinese Cultural Psychology, Monographic Study of Chinese Cultural Psychology, History of Chinese Psychology, Comparative Study of Chinese and Western Psychology of Moral Education

Postgraduates of Psychology and Education

9/2004-

Research on Chinese Cultural Psychology, Monographic Study of Chinese Cultural Psychology

Ph.D. Students of Basic Psychology and Developmental and Educational Psychology

 

Postgraduates And Ph.D. Students Supervised By Fengyan Wang

Postgraduates

Since September, 2003, Fengyan Wang has been supervisor of graduate student for a Masters degree majored in basic psychology; meanwhile, he is supervisor of masters of education and teacher-masters. Up till Aug. 30, 2011, Wang has been supervisor of 65 postgraduates in total, 47 of them had graduated, and the others are on campus.

 

Graduate student for a PH.D

Since September, 2008, Fengyan Wang has been supervisor of graduate student for a Ph.D. majored in Chinese cultural psychology. Up till Aug. 30, 2011, Wang is supervisor of 4 graduate students for a Ph.D. in total, one of them had graduated, and the others are on campus.

PRESENTATIONS/ PAPERS AT MAIN ACADEMIC CONFERENCES 
 

Date

Place

Conference

Presentation/Paper

10/24-28/2011

Nanjing International Conference Centre, Nanjing, China

Journal of Moral Education 40th  Anniversary Conference(JME)

The 37th Annual Conference of the Association for Moral Education (AME)

The 6th Annual Conference of Asia Pacific Network for Moral Education (APNME)

Two Empirical Studies Based on the Wisdom Theory of Integrating Intelligence with Morality. (symposium )

 

 

10/21-23/2011

The Fourth  Military Medical University, Xian, China.

The 10th Representative Conference of Chinese Psychological Society; The 14th National Academic Congress of Psychology in China.

Two Empirical Studies Based on the Wisdom Theory of Integrating Intelligence with Morality. (symposium )

09/1-3/2011

Taibei, China.

The 7th Chinese Psychologist Conference

Two Empirical Studies Based on the Wisdom Theory of Integrating Intelligence with Morality. (symposium )

11/20-21/2010

Shanghai Normal University, Shanghai , China.

The 13th National Academic Congress  of Psychology in China.

The Wisdom Theory of Integrating Intelligence with Morality: Backgrounds and Main Points

Nov.4-6, 2010

St. Louis, MO,USA

the 36th Annual Meeting of the Association for Moral Education (AME)

The Wisdom Theory of Integrating Intelligence with Morality: Backgrounds and Main Points

11-13 June, 2010

Faculty of Education, Nagasaki University, Nagasaki, Japan

The 5th Annual Conference of the Asia Pacific Network for Moral Education

The Wisdom Theory of the Integration of Goodness and Cleverness: Background and Main Points

12/01-04/2009

Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China.

The 1st High-level Forum on Indigenous Psychology in East Asia and China.

Semantic Analysis of Chinese Character: An Important Method of Studying Chinese Cultural Psychology. (symposium )

11/05-08/2009

Shandong Normal University, Jinan, China.

The 10th Representative Conference of Chinese Psychological Society; The 12th National Academic Congress of Psychology in China.

A Theory of Wisdom: Wisdom is the Integration of Morality and Cleverness. (symposium )

05/15-19/2009

Nanjing Normal University, Nanjing, China.

The Biennial Conference of the International Society for Theoretical Psychology in 2009.

On the Connotation, Classification and Cultivating Methods of Wisdom. (keynote)

06/11-14/2008

The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China.

The 6th Chinese Psychologist Conference

On Three Issues of Wisdom. (symposium )

11/08-12/2007

Henan University, Kaifeng, China.

The 11th National Academic Congress  of Psychology in China.

Cultivating Human’s Gentleman -Personality: An Important Way of Implementing the Spirit of Harmony. (symposium )

08/08-13/2004

Beijing, China.

The 28 th International Congress of Psychology.

The “Wo” (我) in the Heart of the Ancient Chinese: Its Implications, Features and Its Enlightenments (symposium )

12/2000

Taipei, China.

The 5th Interdisciplinary Symposium on Psychology and Behavior of Chinese.

Respect for “Hé” (peace): Chinese collective unconsciousness (symposium )

1997

Suzhou University, Suzhou, China.

The 8th National Academic Congress of Psychology in China.

On ancient Chinese psychological thinking in interpretation of dreams. (symposium )

 

 

 

CONTACTS

Professor Dr. Wang Fengyan

College of Educational Sciences

Nanjing Normal University

No.122 Ninghai Road.

Nanjing  210097

Jiangsu Province

P.R. China

 

Tel+86-25-8359 8175 (H); +86-25-83598387(O); +86-18951088175/13851703509(Mobile)

Fax+86-25-83721092

Emailfywangjx8069@yahoo.com.cn; or, fywangjx8069@163.com

Personal blog http://wangfengyan2009.blog.163.com/

 



[1] According to institution of Nanjing Normal University, Wang didn’t teach in the second half of 1999 and 2000 as he must devote all the time on post doctoral research.

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