Prof. Stephen F. Myler, CEO of Le Yi Health Management Consulting (Shanghai) Co. Ltd., Professor of Psychology, Hubei University, China
Stephen F. Myler教授，乐毅健康管理咨询（上海）有限公司首席执行官，湖北大学心理学教授
Research Area: Cognitive Psychology; Social Psychology; Personality, Learning & Development Psychology
研究领域：认知心理学; 社会心理学; 人格，学习与发展心理学
Title：Drama in the Clinic: The Drama Triangle As a Therapeutic Tool
Abstract：In this paper Dr Stephen F Myler PhD will discuss patient treatment of different nationalities in an international setting – The Drama Triangle forms part of the concepts of Transactional Analysis developed in the 1960’s by Eric Berne in the USA. Stephen Karpman (1968) devised a simple triangle to represent the games people play in relationships to manipulate and create conflict to suit their need for attention. Original Developer: Murray Bowen (1966) used the triangle formation as the concept setting for many types of insight therapy for his clients. Karpman took this concept and integrated its format into the transactional analysis for as Eric Bernes explained, “if you cannot explain something in a simple drawing then it probably is useless”, What Berne meant was that for the patient knowledge is only useful if they can process it simply. For over 35 years of clinical practice Dr Myler has used T.A. in almost every session.
Prof. Jinhui Li, School of Journalism and Communication, Jinan University, China
Research Area: Psychology and behavior in new media, health informatics and technologies, human-computer interaction
Title：Communicating and Seeking Health Information in the Age of Digital Media
Abstract：Over the past few decades, the development of Internet has shaped the health communication landscape in many ways. It is clear to see the digital media has become an important source for communicating and seeking health information for various groups. This talk will cover two of my recent studies that explored both the theoretical understanding and practical implementation of health communication in the age of digital media. The first study involved a content analysis to investigate the coverage of HPV-related information on one of the most popular Chinese social media, Zhihu. Results suggested that thematic framing was more often used by the Zhihu articles to disseminate HPV-related issues, and a significant relationship between framing strategy and information coverage was found. The second study applied an online survey to examine the key determinants that predispose individuals’ online information seeking behavior and prevention intent during the COVID-19 outbreak. Results indicated that affective responses, informational subjective norms, and information insufficiency were positively related to online information seeking about COVID-19. These two studies have not only extended the literature of health information coverage in digital media, but also implied their potential impacts on individual’s psychological and behavioral attributes within different health contexts.
A. Prof. Guiyun Guan, Nortwest Minzu University, China
Research Area: Cognitive linguists and psycholinguistics
Title：Research on Cognitive Psychology of Word Recognition
Abstract: Word recognition refers to the process in which people receive auditory and visual word input, process the received orthographic information and phonetic information, and finally obtain the meaning of the word. The research on the processing load and activation intensity of form, sound and meaning has always been a hot topic in cognitive linguistics.
Tibetan college students are typical trilinguists. So their word processing of English,their third language, is quite different from those bilinguals. Just because they still have their second Chinese, which is often utilized as their media language. Therefore, it is necessary to know their processing of word information, including form, sound and meaning. Hi-speed of SMI was used to capture the data during the experiments and SPSS was utilized to analyze the data. What will the results of the experiments show to us? Let’s expecting the lecture delivered by Mrs. Guan.
A. Prof. zhongbilai, Mental health education consultation center, Heyuan vocational and Technical College, China
Research Area: Psychotherapy
Title：Study on the Psychotherapy of Martial Arts’ Yin- Yang Balance ModeforNegative Emotional Energy Conversion of Neurogenic Depression
Abstract: Objective:The Psychotherapy of Martial Arts’ Yin- Yang Balance mode to convert the negative Emotional Energy of neurodepressive patients was studied. Methodes: By using the self-rating depression scale (SDS) and self-rating anxiety scale (SAS) for pre-test and post-test. Results: The results showed that there were significant differences in depression and anxiety in patients with neurodepression before and after the test, and the emotions of depression and anxiety go from being serious back to normal state. The Psychotherapy of Martial Arts’ Yin- Yang Balance mode has significant effect on the negative emotional energy conversion of neurogenic depression.
2021 2nd International Conference on Mental Health and Humanities Education（ICMHHE2021） http://icmhhe.org/