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Li Shu
Professor
Tel:  86-10-64841536
Fax:  86-10-64872070
Mailing Address:  16 Lincui Road., Chaoyang District, Beijing, P.R. China
Email:  lishu@psych.ac.cn, s.li@UNSWalumni.com
Website:  http://bdm.psych.ac.cn
Resume:
Chairman of the Degree Committee of Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
As indicated in the Who's Who in the World and Dictionary of International Biography, he was once a University of New South Wales Vice-Chancellor's Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, an Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow, an Assistant Professor at Nanyang Technological University and at Macau University of Science and Technology before joining the “Hundred Talents Program” of Chinese Academy of Sciences at 2005.
Research Interests:
Human decision making under certainty, uncertainty and risk
Intertemporal choice
Neuroeconomics and Social Neurosciences
Cultural orientation and competitive decision-making
Community service:
1.Chairman of the Degree Committee of Institute of Psychology 2.Director of Center for Social & Economic Behavior, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Achievements:
Selected Publications:

He published his research both in Chinese and English which has appeared and will appear in over five-dozen journals such as PLoS ONE, Judgment and Decision Making, Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes and Thinking and Reasoning.

Publications in English

1. Du, X-L., Liu, S-H., Xu, J-H., Rao L-L., Jiang, C-M., & Li, S. (2013). When uncertainty meets life: the effect of animacy on probability expression. Judgment and Decision Making.8(4), 425-438. 

2. Rao, L-L., Liu, X-N., Li, Q., Zhou, Y., Liang, Z-Y., Sun, H-Y., Zhou, R-L., & Li, S. (2013). Toward a mental arithmetic process in risky choices.Brain and Cognition. 83(3), 307–314. (2011 Ranking: 12 of 84 in Psychology - Experimental; 5-year Impact Factor: 3.495; Acceptance: 32%)DOI:10.1016/j.bandc.2013.09.009 

3. Sun, H-Y.,Rao, L-L.,Zhou, K.,& Li, S. (Online17 Jul 2013). Formulating an emergency plan based on expectation-maximization is one thing, but applying it to a single case is another. Journal of Risk Research.(2012 Impact Factor: 1.240; Ranking: 17/92 (Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary); Acceptance: %)DOI:10.1080/13669877.2013.816333 

4. Jiang, C-M, Zheng, R, Zhou, Y, Liang, Z-Y, Rao, L-L, Sun, Y, Tan, C, Chen, X-P, Tian, Z-Q, Bai, Y-Q, Chen, S-G, Li, S. (2013). Effect of 45-day simulated microgravity on the evaluation of orally reported emergencies. Ergonomics. 56(8), 1225-1231. DOI: 10.1080/00140139.2013.809481 (SJR 2011 Ranking: 3 of 15 in Ergonomics; 2012 Impact Factor: 1.674; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.831) 

5. Su, Y., Rao, L-L., Sun, H-Y., Du, X-L., Li, X., & Li, S. (on line). Is making a risky choice based on a weighting and adding process? An eye-tracking investigation. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition. (SCI/SSCI 索引)(2011 Ranking:: 18 of 84 in Psychology - Experimental; 2012 Impact Factor: 2.918; 5-year Impact Factor: 3.745; Acceptance: 23%) 

6. Bi, Y-L., Du, X-L., & Li, S. (2013).Peer comparison overconfidence: Does it measure bias in self-evaluation? PsyCh Journal. 2(1), 17-25. 

7. Su, Y., Zheng, Y., & Li, S. (2012). Culture, distance, and threat perception:Comment on Stamps (2011). Perceptual & Motor Skills. 115(3), 752-754. 

8. Su, Y., Rao, L-L., Li, X., Wang, Y., & Li, S. (2012). From quality to quantity: The role of common feature in consumer preference. Journal of Economic Psychology.33(6), 1043–1058. (2012Impact Factor: 1.081,5-year Impact Factor1.749; Acceptance: 22%) 

9. Li, S., Li, Y-R., Su, Y., & Rao, L-L. (2012). Is an idea different from cake: can you have it and eat it, too? A violation of permanence in information consumption. PLoS ONE.7(7): e41490. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041490. 

10. Rao, L-L.,Li, S., Jiang, T-Z., & Zhou, Y. (2012). Is payoff necessarily weighted by probability when making a risky choice? Evidence from functional connectivity analysis. PLoS ONE.7(7): e41048. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0041048. 

11. Sun, Y., Li, S.,Bonini, N. & Su, Y. (2012). Graph framing effects in decision making. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making. 25(5), 491–501. (CA; 2011 Ranking: 9/72 in Psychology, Applied; 2011 Impact Factor: 2.842) 

12. Li, S., Jiang, C-M, Dunn, J. C., & Wang, Z.-J. (2012). A test of “reason-based” and “reluctance-to-think” accounts of the disjunction effect. Information Sciences.184(1), 166-175. (2010 Ranking:10/128 in Computer Science, Information Systems; 2012 Impact Factor: 3.643; 5-year Impact Factor: 3.676) 

13. Wang, Z.-J., Li, S., & Jiang, C-M., (2012). Emotional response in a disjunction condition. Journal of Economic Psychology. 33(1), 71-78.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 72/305 in Economics, 46/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.358; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.749) 

14. Zhou, K., Tang, H., Sun, Y., Huang, G-H., Rao, L-L., Liang, Z-Y.,& Li, S.(2012). Believe in luck or in skill: which locks people into gambling? Journal of Gambling Studies.28(3), 379-391. (CA; 2010 Ranking: 50/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.303; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.881) 1.469 

15. Li, S., Wang, Z-J., Rao,L-L.,Zheng,R., Ren,X-P.,Li, J-Z.,Liu, H., Bi, Y-L., Wang, F., & Bai, X-W.(2011). How long is long enough: Public worry about the devastated students' academic career since Wenchuan Earthquake. Psychologia. 54, 80-86.(2010 Ranking: 74/81 in Psychology, Experimental; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.581; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.675) 

16. Li, J-Z., Li, S., & Liu, H. (2011).How has the Wenchuan Earthquake influenced people’s intertemporal choices? Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 41(11), 2739–2752. (CA; 2010 Ranking: 49/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.721; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.21) 

17 Sun, Y., Wang, F., & Li, S. (2011). Higher height, higher ability: Judgment confidence as a function of spatial height perception. PLoS ONE. 6(7): e22125.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0022125(co-CA; 2010 Ranking: 12/86 in Biology; 2010 Impact Factor: 4.411; 5-year Impact Factor: 4.610) 

18. Sun, Y., & Li, S. (2011). Testing the effect of risk on intertemporal choice in the Chinese cultural context. Journal of Social Psychology. 151(4), 517–522.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 50/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.691; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.1) 

19. Rao, L-L., Zhou, Y., Xu, L-J., Liang, Z-Y., Jiang, T-Z., & Li, S. (2011). Are riskychoices actually guided by a compensatory process? New insights from fMRI. PLoS ONE. 6(3): e14756.doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014756(CA; 2010 Ranking: 12/86 in Biology; 2010 Impact Factor: 4.411; 5-year Impact Factor: 4.610) 

20. Li, Q., Qin, S., Rao, L-L., Zhang, W., Ying, X., Guo, X., Guo, C., Ding, J., Li, S., & Luo, J.(2011). Can Sophie's choice be adequately captured by cold computation of minimizing losses? An fMRI study of vital loss decisions. PLoS ONE. 6(3): e17544. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0017544(CA; 2010 Ranking: 12/86 in Biology; 2010 Impact Factor: 4.411; 5-year Impact Factor: 4.610) 

21. Rao, L-L. & Li, S. (2011). New paradoxes in intertemporal choice. Judgment and Decision Making. 6(2), 122-129.(2011 Ranking: 17/124 in PSYCHOLOGY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY; 2011 Impact Factor: 2.620; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.623) 

22. Li, S., Bi, Y-L., Su, Y., & Rao, L-L. (2011). An additional gain can make you feel bad and an additional loss can make you feel good. Advances in Psychological Science. 19(1), 9-17. 

23. Li, S., Bi, Y-L., & Rao, L-L. (2011). Every Science/Nature potter praises his ownpot ― Can we believe what he says based on hismother tongue? Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 42(1), 125-130.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 15/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.857; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.498)Impact Factor: 1.418Ranked: 24 out of 59 in Psychology, Social  

24. Rao, L-L., Han, R., Ren, X.-P., Bai, X.-W., Zheng, R., Liu, H.,Wang, Z.-J., Li, J.-Z., Zhang, K.,& Li, S. (2011). Disadvantage and prosocial behavior: The effects of the Wenchuan earthquake. Evolutiong and Human Behavior.32(1),63-69. (CA; 2010 Ranking: 2/14 in Psychology, Biological, 2/34 in Social Sciences, Biomedical; 2012 Impact Factor: 3.946; 5-year Impact Factor: 4.249)(ranked 4th out of 37 journals in the ISI SOCIAL SCIENCES, BIOMEDICAL category and also 4th out of 14 journals in the ISI PSYCHOLOGY category*.2011 Impact Factor3.113)  

25. Li, Y.M., Murata,K., & Li, S. (2010). Better safe than sorry: situational correction in interpersonal competition. Social Cognition. 28(4), 465-489.(2010 Ranking: 17/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.76; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.408) 

26. Sun, Y., Li, S.,& Bonini, N.(2010). Attribute salience in graphical representations affects evaluation. Judgment and Decision Making. 5(3), 151-158.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 35/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary;2010 Impact Factor: 1.632; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.79) 

27. Li, S., Rao, L-L., Bai, X-W., Zheng, R., Ren, X-P., Li, J-Z., Wang, Z-J., Liu, H.,& Zhang, K. (2010). Progression of the “Psychological Typhoon Eye” and variations since the Wenchuan earthquake. PLoS ONE. 5(3): e9727. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0009727(co-CA; 2010 Ranking: 12/86 in Biology; 2010 Impact Factor: 4.411; 5-year Impact Factor: 4.610) 

28. Li, S., Wang, Z-J.,Rao, L-L., & Li, Y.M. (2010). Is there a violation ofSavage’s sure-thing principle in the prisoner’s dilemma game? Adaptive Behavior. 18, 377-385. (2010 Ranking: 18/84 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary; 2012 Impact Factor: 1.113; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.545 

29. Sun, Y., & Li, S. (2010). The effect of risk on intertemporal choice. Journal of Risk Research.13(6), 805–820.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 26/84 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.946)2011 Impact Factor: 0.880 Ranking: 33/89 (Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary) 

30. Li, S., Su, Y.,& Sun, Y. (2010). The effect of pseudo-immediacy on intertemporal choices. Journal of Risk Research. 13(6), 781–787.(2010 Ranking: 26/84 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.946) 

31. Li, J-Z., Li, S., Wang, W-Z.,Rao, L-L., & Liu, H. (2011). Are people alwaysmore risk averse after disasters? Surveys after a heavy snow-hit and a major earthquake in China in 2008. Applied Cognitive Psychology. 25(1), 104–111.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 48/81 in Psychology, Experimental; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.626; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.072) 

32. Li, S., Li, J-Z.,Chen, Y-W., Bai, X-W., Ren, X-P., Zheng, R., Rao, L-L., Wang, Z-J., & Liu, H. (2010). Can overconfidence be debiased by low-probability/high-consequence event? Risk Analysis. 30(4), 699-707. (CA; 2012 Ranking: 4/44 in Social Sciences Mathematical Methods; 2012 Impact Factor: 2.278; 5-year Impact Factor:2.468) 

33. Li, S., Zhou, K., Sun, Y., Rao, L-L., Zheng, R., & Liang, Z-Y(2010). Anticipatedregret, risk perception, or both: Which is most likely responsible for our intention to gamble? Journal of Gambling Studies. 26(1),105-116.(2010 Ranking: 50/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.303; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.881) 

34. Li, S., Rao, L-L., Bai, X-W., Ren, X-P., Zheng, R., Li, J-Z., Wang, Z-J., & Liu, H. (2009). Psychological typhoon eye in the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake. PLoS ONE 4(3): e4964. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0004964(2010 Ranking: 12/86 in Biology; 2010 Impact Factor: 4.411; 5-year Impact Factor: 4.610) 

35. Liu, C-J.,&Li. S. (2009). Contextualized self: When the self runs into social dilemmas. International Journal of Psychology. 44(6), 451-458. (2010 Ranking: 60/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.067; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.117) 

36. Xu, LJ., Liang, ZY, Wang, K., Li, S., & Jiang, TZ. (2009). Neural mechanism of intertemporal choice: From discounting future gains to future losses. Brain Research. 1261, 65-74. (CA; 2010 Ranking:128/239 in Neurosciences; 2010 Impact Factor: 2.623; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.665;Acceptance: 42%) 

37. Li, L-B., He, S-H., Li, S., Xu, J-H., & Rao L-L. (2009). A closer look at the Russian roulette problem: A re-examination of the non-linearity of the prospect theory’s decision weight π.International Journal of Approximate Reasoning. 50(3), 515-520. (CA; 2010 Ranking: 38/108 in Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.684; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.720; 2011 Impact Factor: 1.948; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.155) 

38. Li, S., Bi, Y-L. & Zhang, Y. (2009). Asian risk-seeking and overconfidence. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 39(11), 2706-2736.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 49/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.721; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.21) 

39. Han, R., Li, S. & Shi, J.N. (2009). The territorial prior residence effect and children’s behavior in social dilemmas. Environment and Behavior, SAGE Publications-USA. 41(5), 644-657.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 18/78 in Environmental Studies, 25/120, Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.921; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.297) 

40. Xu, J-H., Ye, X-B., & Li, S. (2009). Communication mode preference paradox among native Chinese speakers. Journal of Social Psychology, Heldref Publications -USA. 149(1), 125 – 129.(2010 Ranking: 50/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.691; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.1) 

41. Li, S. & Liu, C-J. (2008). Individual differences in a switch from risk-averse preferences for gains to risk-seeking preferences for losses: Can personality variables predict the risk preferences? Journal of Risk Research, Taylor & Francis-UK. 11(5), 673-686.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 26/84 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.946) 

42. Sun, Y., Li, S., & Li, Y-M. (2008). Reexamine the role of the description of problem texts in the disjunction effect. Journal of Psychology, Heldref Publications -USA. 142(3), 261 – 265.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 73/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.899; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.159) 

43. Li, S., Zheng, R., & Li, L-B. (2007). Do shared features of offered alternatives have an effect in consumer choice? Journal of Economic Psychology. 28(6), 658-677.(CA;2010 Ranking: 72/305 in Economics, 46/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.358; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.749) 

44. Li, S., Sun, Y., & Wang, Y. (2007). 50% off or buy one get one free? Frame preference as a function of consumable nature in dairy products. Journal of Social Psychology, Heldref Publications –USA. 147 (4), 413 - 421.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 50/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.691; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.1) 

45. Li, S., Taplin, J.E., & Zhang, Y. (2007). The equate-to-differentiate’s way of seeing the prisoner’s dilemma. Information Sciences. 177(6), 1395-1412. (CA; 2010 Ranking:10/128 in Computer Science, Information Systems; 2010 Impact Factor: 2.833; 5-year Impact Factor: 3.005) 

46. Li, S. & Li, Y.M.(2007). How far is far enough: A measure of information privacy in terms of interpersonal distance. Environment and Behavior, SAGE Publications-USA. 39(3), 317-331.(2010 Ranking: 18/78 in Environmental Studies, 25/120, Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.921; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.297)Impact Factor: 1.275Ranked: 50 out of 124 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary 

47. Li, S. & Liang, Z-Y. (2007). Action/inaction and regret: The moderating effect of closeness. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Bellwether Publishing-USA. 37(4), 807-821.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 49/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.721; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.21) 

48. Li, S. & Xie, X. (2006). A newlook at the “Asian disease” problem: A choice between the best possible outcomes or between the worst possible outcomes? Thinking and Reasoning, Psychology Press-UK. 12(2), 129-143.(2010 Ranking: 72/81 in Psychology, Experimental; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.778; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.213) 

49. Li, S. (2006). Preference reversal: A new look at an old problem. Psychological Record, Psychological record-USA. 56 (3), 411-428.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 57/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.114; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.006) 

50. Li, S., Chen, W-W., & Yu, Y. (2006). The reason for Asian overconfidence. Journal of Psychology, Heldref Publications -USA.140 (6),615-618.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 73/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.899; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.159) 

51. Li, S., Triandis, H.C., & Yu, Y. (2006). Cultural orientation and corruption. Ethics &Behavior, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates –USA. 16(3), 199-215.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 26/39 in Ethics, 91/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.528; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.797) 

52. Li, S. (2005). Romantic music activates minds rooted in a particular culture. Journal of Consciousness Studies, Imprint academic -UK. 12(7), 31–37.(SJR 2009 Ranking: Q1(Top 25%) in Philosophy) 

53. Chen, X P. & Li, S. (2005). Cross-National differences in cooperative decision making in mixed-motive business contexts: The mediating effect of vertical and horizontal individualism. Journal of International Business Studies,Palgrave Publishers-UK. 36(6), 622-636.(2010 Ranking: 3/103 in Business, 9/144 in Management; 2010 Impact Factor: 4.184; 5-year Impact Factor: 5.539) 

54. Li, S. & Lee-Wong, S. M. (2005). A study on Singaporeans’ perception of sexual harassment from a cross-cultural perspective. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, Bellwether Publishing-USA. 35(4), 699-717.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 49/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.721; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.21) 

55. Li, S. (2004-a). A behavioral choice model when computational ability matters. Applied Intelligence, Kluwer-USA. 20(2), 147-163. 

56. Li, S. (2004-b). Decision-making of the collectivist family in risk-seeking and overconfidence. In Kashima, Y., Endo, Y., Kashima, E., Leung, C., and McClure, J. (Eds.), Progress in Asian Social Psychology, 4, 263-288. Seoul, Korea: Kyoyook-kwahak-sa. 

57. Li, S. (2004-c). An alternative way of seeing the Allais-type violations of the sure-thing principle. Humanomics, Barmarick Publications-UK. 20(1&2), 17-31. 

58. Li, S. (2004-d). Equate-to-differentiate approach: An application in binary choice under uncertainty, Central European Journal of Operations Research, Springer-Germany. 12(3), 269-294. 

59. Li, S., & Fang, Y. (2004). Respondents in Asian cultures (e.g., Chinese) are more risk-seeking and more overconfident than respondents in other cultures (e.g., in United States) but the reciprocal predictions are in total opposition: How and why?Journal of Cognition and Culture, Brill Academic Publishers - The Netherlands. 4(2), 263-292.(SJR 2009 Ranking: Q1(Top 25%) in Cultural Studies) 

60. Li, S. (2003-a). Violations of conjoint independence in binary choices: The equate-to-differentiate interpretation, European Journal of Operational Research, Elsevier-The Netherlands. 148, 65-79.(2009 Ranking: 10/73 = 13.70% in Operations Research & Management Science; 2009 Impact Factor: 2.093; 2010 Impact Factor: 2.158; Acceptance: 22%) 

61. Li, S. (2003-b). The role of expected value illustrated in decision-making under risk: single-play vs multiple-play. Journal of Risk Research, Taylor & Francis-UK. 6(2), 113-124.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 26/84 in Social Sciences, Interdisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.946) 

62. Li, S. (2002). Do money-earning time and money-exchanging route matter? Psychology and Marketing, Wiley-USA. 19(9), 777-782.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 50/103 in Business, 29/69 in Psychology, Applied; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.385; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.934) 

63. Li, S. &Taplin, J.E. (2002). Examining whether there is a disjunction effect in Prisoner’s Dilemma Games. Chinese Journal of Psychology, Taiwan. 44(1), 25-46. 

64. Li, S., & Fang, Y. (2002). Are Kiasuism and Singapore 21 diametrically opposed in influencing Singaporeans’ decision-making? Psychologia, PsychologiaSociety-Japan. 45(1), 34-45.(2010 Ranking: 74/81 in Psychology, Experimental; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.581; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.675) 

65. Li, S. (2002). An evaluation of traditional English-Chinese translation criteria for Internet-related technological terms: A study using multivariate analyses. Journal of Translation Studies, Hong Kong. 7, 45-58. 

66. Li, S. (2001). How closeis tooclose? A comparison of proxemic reactions of Singaporean Chinese to male intruders of four ethnicities. Perceptual and Motor Skills. Ammons Scientific-USA. 93, 124-126.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 77/81 in Psychology, Experimental; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.492; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.566) 

67. Li, S. (2001). Extended research on dominance violations in similarity judgments: The equate-to-differentiate interpretation. Korean Journal of Thinking and Problem Solving, Korean Association for Thinking-South Korea. 11(1), 13-38. 

68. Li, S. (2001). Equate-to-differentiate: The role ofshared and unique features in the judgment process. Australian Journal of Psychology, APS-Australia. 53(2), 109-118.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 83/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.644; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.922) 

69. Li, S. & Taplin, J.E. (2001). A test of independence axiom in diagnosis context that offers common symptom.Psychologia, PsychologiaSociety-Japan. 44(3), 188-196.(2010 Ranking: 74/81 in Psychology, Experimental; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.581; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.675) 

70. Li, S. (1999). One country two systems: A psychological perspective. Psychology and Developing Societies, Sage-India. 11(2), 157-177. 

71. Li, S. (1998-a). Can the conditions governing the framing effect be determined? Journal of Economic Psychology, Elsevier-The Netherlands. 19, 133-153. (CA; 2010 Ranking: 72/305 in Economics, 46/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.358; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.749) 

72. Li, S. (1998-b). Tian Ji and Chariot-racing: Violation of dominance in similarity judgment of Chinese characters. Psychologia, PsychologiaSociety-Japan. 41, 20-31.(CA; 2010 Ranking: 74/81 in Psychology, Experimental; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.581; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.675) 

73. Li, S. (1996-a). An additional violation of transitivity and independence between alternatives. Journal of Economic Psychology, Elsevier-The Netherlands. 17, 645-650. (CA; 2010 Ranking: 72/305 in Economics, 46/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.358; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.749) 

74. Li, S. (1996-b). What is the price for utilizing deductive reasoning? A reply to generalized expectation maximizers. Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Elsevier-The Netherlands. 29(2), 355-358. 

75. Li, S. (1995). Is there a decision weight p? Journal of Economic Behavior and Organization, Elsevier-The Netherlands. 27(3), 453-463. 

76. Li, S., & Adams, A. S. (1995).Is there something more important behind framing? Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes. 62, 216-219. (CA; 2010 Ranking: 36/144 in Management, 11/69 in Psychology, Applied, 6/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 2.48; 5-year Impact Factor: 3.586) 

77. Li, S., Zhu, Z., & Adams, A. S. (1995). An exploratory study of arm-reach reaction time and eye-hand coordination. Ergonomics, Taylor & Francis-UK. 38 (4) 637-650. (2010 Ranking: 4/14 in Ergonomics, 30/69 in Psychology, Applied; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.377; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.779) 

78. Li, S. (1994-a). What is the role of transparency in cancellation? Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Academic-USA. 60, 353-366. (2010 Ranking: 36/144 in Management, 11/69 in Psychology, Applied, 6/58 in Psychology, Social; 2010 Impact Factor: 2.48; 5-year Impact Factor: 3.586) 

79. Li, S. (1994-b). Is there a problem with preference reversals? Psychological Reports, Ammons Scientific-USA. 74, 675-679. (2010 Ranking: 96/120 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary; 2010 Impact Factor: 0.439; 5-year Impact Factor: 0.446) 

80. Li, S. (1993). What is wrong withAllais' certainty effect? Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, Wiley-UK. 6, 271-281.(2010 Ranking: 24/69 in Psychology, Applied; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.672; 5-year Impact Factor: 2.409) 

81. Li, S., & Xi, Z. (1990). The measurement of functional arm reach envelopes for young Chinese males. Ergonomics, Taylor & Francis-UK. 33(7), 967-978. (2010 Ranking: 4/14 in Ergonomics, 30/69 in Psychology, Applied; 2010 Impact Factor: 1.377; 5-year Impact Factor: 1.779) 

Grants:
Current Research Projects
The “Hundred Talents Program” (百人计划) of Chinese Academy of Sciences
The Knowledge Innovation Project of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (Grant No. KSCX2-YW-R-130; KKCX1-YW-05; KSCX2-EW-J-8)
The National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC: 70671099; 70871110; 31170976)
National Basic Research Program of China (973 Program, No. 2011CB711002)
Collaboration
University of Michigan, USA
University of Trento, Italy
University of New South Wales, Australia
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Macau University of Science and Technology, Macau
University of Illinois, USA
University of Adelaide, Australia
Peking University, China
University of Washington, USA