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About Di Wu, Ph.D.

Dr. Wu was a member of the faculty of the Department of Psychology at Cedarville University from 2011-2017, Dr. Wu was a teaching assistant focused on developmental psychology courses, including infant development, child development, and cognitive development, as well as research methods and laboratories. Dr. Wu’s research has been focused on early cognitive development, including early physical, psychological, and biological reasoning. She also has collaboratively worked on cross-cultural research projects addressing various developmental issues. She taught courses on human and child development as well as educating students on research methodology and statistics.


Research Interests

Infant and Child Development, Cognitive Development, Research Methods, Social Development, Cross-cultural Comparison, and Human Learning

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Honors and Awards

  • Phi Kappa Phi, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - 2008
  • Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Beijing Normal University - 2001
  • First Rank Scholarship, Department of Psychology, Beijing Normal University - 1998
  • Third Rank Scholarship, Department of Psychology, Beijing Normal University - 1997

Courses

  • Child Development
  • Child-Adolescent Development
  • Cross-Cultural Psychology
  • Human Development
  • Research Methods
  • Statistics


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Dissertation (1)

Book Chapters (3)

Journal Articles (6)

Conference Proceedings (1)

Conference Presentations (5)

Poster Presentations (18)