Yiquan Shi, Dr.

Postdoctoral Researcher VCF

Yiquan Shi

Contact information

Institut für Allgemeine Psychologie, Biopsychologie und Methoden der Psychologie
Professur Allgemeine Psychologie

Zellescher Weg 17
01069, Dresden

Phone: +49 (0)351 463-42431
E-Mail: shi@psychologie.tu-dresden.de

Research Statement

Current Main Research Interests:

Neural Implementation of Executive Control
Neural Mechanism of S-R Rule Learning 

Other research interests:
Word learning 
Modeling of cognitive and neural processes
Decoding mind from BOLD signal and other physiological signals (e g., pupillary response),
Effect of reward and motivation,
Individual difference e g., on mathematical anxious, learned helplessness

Scientific Education

2010Doctoral degree in Psychology (Dr. phil), Department of Psychology, Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich, Germany, 12/2009 (Defence), Prof. Dr. Torsten Schubert
2006Master Degree in Psychology, Department of Psychology, Peking University, Beijing, China, 06/2006(Graduation), Prof. Dr. Xiaolin Zhou
2003Bachelor degree in nformation and computing science, Department of Applied Mathematics and Software, Central South University, Changsha,China, 1999-2003

Professional Experience

Since 11/2012Postdoctoral Researcher in Department of Psychology, Technische Universität Dresden
02/2010 - 09/2011Postdoctoral Researcher in Department of Psychology, Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich

Other Scientific Activities, Honors, Awards

2002American Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling, administered by the Consortium for Mathematics and its Application Meritorious Shi, Y., Wang, W., Wang H.
2001China Undergraduate Mathematical Contest in Modeling, administered by Higher Education Institutions (HEIs), Ministry of Education of the Pople’s Republic of China & China Society for industrial and Applied Mathematics (CSIAM) First Prize in Hu Nan province and First Prize in China Shi, Y., Wang, W., Wang H.

Selected Publications

Shi, Y., Meindl, T., Szameitat, A., Müller, H., Schubert, T. (2014) Task preparation and posterior brain regions: fMRI activity in posterior stimulus-specific brain regions and their functional connectivity, Brain and Cognition 87: 39-51

Shi, Y., Zhou, X., Müller, H., Schubert, T. (2010) The neural implementation of task rule activation in the cued task switching paradigm: An event-related fMRI study, Neuroimage 51: 1253-1264

Shi, Y. (2004) Task Switching, a Paradigm in the Study of Executive control, Advances in Psychological Science (in Chinese), 12(5): 672-679