Place Cardinal Mercier 10/L3.05.01
Gao-Xian Lin (Sam)
Last Updated : October , 2020
EDUCATION AND DEGREES
2019- Ph.D. Student at the Catholic University of Louvain ( UCLouvain , Louvain-la-Neuve), Belgium .
2015-2018 Master of Science in Psychology (Specialization: Developmental Psychology), National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
2010-2015 Bachelor of Science in Chemistry (with a minor in Psychology), National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
2018-2019 Research Assistant (full time), Department of Communication & Technology, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan.
2017-2018 Chemistry Teacher Intern (full time), Taipei Municipal Song-Shan Senior High School, Taiwan.
2016-2018 Editorial Assistant (part-time), Taiwanese Journal of General Education. Taiwan.
HONORS AND AWARDS
Lin, G. -X. (2020, 7). Parental Burnout: What Is It, Why Does It Matter, and How Could We Treat It? Presented in Chinese at Taiwanese Young Researcher Association. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V7skCUOEE_U&feature=emb_logo
Lin, G. -X., Hansotte, L., Szczygieł, D., Meeussen, L., Roskam, I., & Mikolajczak, M. (under review). Parenting with a smile: Display rules, regulatory effort, and parental burnout. PsyArXiV. https://psyarxiv.com/ewjyn/
Lin, G. -X. (2018). Utilizing Identity Psychology to Bridge the Ideal and Practice of Holistic Education. Taiwanese Journal of General Education, 22, 11-31.
Lin, G.-X., Lay, K.-L., Huang, S.-Y., Chang, T.-C. (2022). Husband’s Social Undermining as a Vulnerability Factor in the Predictive Effect of Preschoolers’ Temperament on Maternal Parenting Stress. Poster to be presented at 27th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for the Study of Behavioural Development, Rhodes, Greece.
Lin, G. -X., Lay, K. -L. (2019, December). Parenting Stress in Mothers of Preschoolers: A Process Model Involving Repetitive Thinking of Parenting. Oral presentation presented at 1st International Conference on Parental Burnout, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium.
Lin, G. -X., Lin, L., & Huang, L. -L. (2017, October). New Age Male Sexual Minorities’ Developmental Process of Identity. Paper presented at the 24th annual meeting of Taiwanese Feminist Scholars Association, Taipei, Taiwan
Lin, G. -X., Lay, K. -L., Huang , S. -Y., & Chang , T. -C. (2014, October ). Husband’s Role of Protection or Risk : Individual Differences in Effortful Control of 4-years Old Children Predict Mothers' Parenting Stress Two Years Later . Paper presented at the 53th annual meeting of Taiwanese Psychology Association, Taipei, Taiwan .
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TEACHING ASSISTANT EXPERIENCE
Psychology of Adolescence, Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan
Course Time: September 2016 - January 2017
Course instructor: Dr. Keng-Ling Lay (NTU)
Duties: Grade and guide students to conduct term project (from formulating research questions, research design, selecting and designing measurements, collecting data, data analyses, to in-class presentation and writing term paper).
Qualitative Research Methods, Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan
Course Time: February 2016 - June 2016
Course instructor: Dr. Li-Li Huang (NTU)
Duties: Provide tangible support (e.g. administrative affairs) to help Dr. Huang introduce the basic knowledge of qualitative research methods (e.g. Grounded theory, Phenomenological method).
Observation on Parent-child Interaction, Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan
Course Time: September 2015 - January 2016
Course instructor: Dr. Keng-Ling Lay (NTU)
Duties: Provide tangible support (e.g. administrative affairs) to help Dr. Lay introduce the basic knowledge of several observational methods that are often applied in research of parent-child interaction.
General Chemistry Laboratory, Department of Psychology, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan
Course Time: September 2014 - June 2016
Duties: Grade and guide students to perform Chemistry experiments in order to cultivate students’ expertise in chemistry including experimental and instrumental operation, scientific logic analysis, data retrieving, analysis, expression and application, and communication skill and team work.
Gao-Xian Lin received his master at National Taiwan University, and is now a first year Ph.D. student at IPSY, UCLouvain. He is a member of Parental Burnout Research Lab headed by Pr Isabelle Roskam and Pr Moïra Mikolajczak, and is working on understanding the antecedents, the underlying mechanism, and the consequences of parenting stress or parental burnout .
Besides, he is also a licensed High School (for students aged from 13 to 18) Teacher specialized in Chemistry in Taiwan . Due to hands-on high school teaching experience and observation toward modern adolescents, he is also interested in youths ' identity development and aims to better understand modern adolescents' difficulties during their transition from childhood to adulthood.