Ph.D., Personality and Social Psychology, Cornell University, 2001
M.A., Personality and Social Psychology, Cornell University, 1999
M.Sc., Developmental Psychology, Peking University, Beijing, China, 1996
B.Sc., Psychology, HangZhou University, Zhejiang, China, 1993
Sample of Courses Taught
General Psychology, Statistics, Personality, Research Seminar
Sample of Publications
Zhang, F. & Parmley M. (2011). What your best friend sees that I don’t see: Comparing close friend dyads and casual acquaintance dyads on the perception of emotional facial expressions of varying intensities. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 28-39.
Zhang, F. (2009). The Relationship between State Attachment Security and Daily Interpersonal Experience. Journal of Research in Personality, 43, 511–515.
Zhang, F., & Labouvie-Vief, G. (in press). Development of adult attachment orientation: A 6-year longitudinal study. Journal of Attachment and Human Development (Special Issue).
Zhang, F., & Hazan, C. (2002). Working models of attachment and person perception processes. Personal Relationships, 9, 227-237.
Sample of Presentations
Zhang, F. & Li, T. G. (2011, July). Adult attachment style and experience of daily positive and negative events. Poster presented at the plenary conference of the International Society for Research on Emotion, in Kyoto, Japan.
Zhang, F., Parmley, M., Cavanagh, S., & Wan, X. A. (2011, July). Perception of emotional facial expressions of varying intensities: An American-Chinese Comparison. Poster presented at the region conference of International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Campbell, R., Conner, L., Davis, S., Halpin, S., & Zhang, F. (2004, May). The Relationship between Adult Attachment Style and Complexity of Interpersonal Expectations. Poster presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Society, Chicago, Illinois.
Herward, S., Schiavone, T., Parreira, J., Depot, E., Ruane, A., & Zhang, F. (2004, July). Fluctuation in Attachment style, emotional experience, and daily life events: a four-week diary study. Poster presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii.