PsyCh Journal

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Edited By: Ernst Pöppel and Jianxin Zhang

Online ISSN: 2046-0260

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The Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Wiley are delighted to announce that the PsyCh journal will be available online-only beginning in January 2015. In addition to significantly reducing the carbon footprint of printing, and mailing, this important transition reflects a larger trend in 21st century scholarship, with scholarly journals everywhere moving rapidly toward electronic-only distribution. This will result in much broader readership and improved services for IPCAS members, including the creation of new online initiatives to strengthen the usability, submission rate, readership and global interactivity of the fast-growing communities around each title.

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PsyCh Journal, China's first international psychology journal, is the flagship journal of the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences – the only national psychology research institute in China – and reflects the high research standards of the nation.

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PsyCh Journal features cutting-edge research articles, reports, and reviews spanning the entire spectrum of scientific psychology and its applications, both within and outside of China.

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Wiley and the Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IPCAS) are pleased to announce the Wiley–IPCAS Prize for Excellence in Psychological Science. The Prize has been inaugurated to promote psychology scholarship in China. It consists of US$2500 and is awarded to the best article written by a Chinese or China-based researcher published in PsyCh Journal or Acta Psychologica Sinica each year.

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We are pleased to announce that Professor Juan Li from Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences has won the 2015 Wiley-IPCAS prize for excellence in Chinese psychological science. The prize, awarded for Professor Li’s research article “Interpretive bias of ambiguous facial expressions in older adults with depressive symptoms”, was presented at the opening ceremony of the annual academic conference of the Chinese Psychological Society in Tianjin.

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Empathy, emotional contagion, and rapid facial reactions to angry and happy facial expressions
Ulf Dimberg and Monika Thunberg

A cross-cultural perspective on aging and memory: Comparisons between Bangladesh and Sweden
Ola Sternäng, Zarina N. Kabir, Jena D. Hamadani and Åke Wahlin

Impact of the aging process on event-, time-, and activity-based prospective memory
Tian-xiao Yang, Ya Wang, Han Lin, Liu-ning Zheng and Raymond C. K. Chan

Measuring adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder using the Quantified Behavior Test Plus
Hanna Edebol, Lars Helldin and Torsten Norlander

Filial piety and traditional Chinese values: A study of high and mass cultures
David Y. F. Ho, Weizhen Xie, Xin Liang and Li Zeng