I am a third-year PhD student in I/O psychology. Before I came to UIUC, I attained my bachelor's degree in computer science/software engineering and master's degree in psychology, both in Fudan University, China. I primarily work on topics about leadership, specifically meta-analyses on linking leadership to workplace outcomes such as turnover intentions, and also linking personality to leadership effectiveness/emergence.
Aside from leadership, I am also enthusiastic about seeking out opportunities where techniques of computer science and programming can be applied to improvement on psychometric methods.
Outside of research, I also identify my self as a piano composer with passion in creativity, as well as a fan for old computer games such as HOMM III.
Leadership and Job Attitudes
Automated Test Assembly
Research Methods (Meta-Analysis, Machine Learning, Item Response Theory)
Bachelor of Engineering in Software Engineering, Fudan University
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, University College Dublin (Joint Degree)
Master of Arts in Psychology, Fudan University
Fall 2021: PSYC 245 (Instructor)
Spring 2021, Fall 2020: PSYC 245 (Teaching Assistant)
Spring 2020: PSYC 353 (Teaching Assistant)
Fall 2019: PSYC 468 (Teaching Assistant)
Li, M., Sun, T., & Zhang, B. (2021). autoFC: An R package for automatic item pairing in forced-choice test construction. Applied Psychological Measurement. Advanced online publication.
Zhou, Z., Li, M., Wu, J., & Li, X. (2021). Differential Associations Between Parents' Versus Children's Perceptions of Parental Socialization Goals and Chinese Adolescent Depressive Symptoms. Frontiers in psychology, 12.
Chang, C. W., Yeh, S. C., & Li, M. (2020). The Adoption of a Virtual Reality–Assisted Training System for Mental Rotation: A Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling Approach. JMIR serious games, 8(1), e14548.
Chang, C. W., Li, M., Yeh, S. C., Chen, Y., & Rizzo, A. (2020). Examining the Effects of HMDs/FSDs and Gender Differences on Cognitive Processing Ability and User Experience of the Stroop Task-Embedded Virtual Reality Driving System (STEVRDS). IEEE Access, 8, 69566-69578.
Chang, C. W., Yeh, S. C., Li, M., & Yao, E. (2019). The introduction of a novel virtual reality training system for gynecology learning and its user experience research. IEEE Access, 7, 43637-43653.