Journal of Psychiatry

Journal of Psychiatry
Open Access

ISSN: 2378-5756

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Dr.Wei Wang

Dr.Wei Wang

Dr.Wei Wang
Editor-in-Chief
Zhejiang University College of Medicine, China

Biography

Dr. Wei Wang graduated from Anhui College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1989, and obtained D.Sc from The University of Liège, Belgium in 1995. Currently, Dr. Wang is the Professor and Principle Investigator of Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, Zhejiang University College of Medicine. He has consistently investigated some topics in Clinical Psychology/ Psychiatry – personality and cognitive neuroscience, explored in the areas relating to the treatment-resistant depression, bipolar disorder, personality disorder and schizophrenia, especially to the structure, causes and functions of the personality traits. He has published more than 70 peer-reviewed articles in the international journals, with an H-index of 17.

Research Interest

Normal and disordered personality traits in neurological and psychiatric disorders Emotion functions in neurological and psychiatric disorders Normal and abnormal cognitive processes in neurological and psychiatric disorders Diagnosis and psychological treatment of bipolar disorder, treatment-resistant depression, schizophrenia, and personality disorders.

Electrophysiology: EPs (intensity dependence of AEPs, etc.) and ERPs (P3, MMN, etc.), Brainstem reflexes (ES2, H-reflex, etc.), Multi-channelled physiological reactions, Ocular movement tracking
Emotional and Behavioral Assessments (with neurocognition of Color, Musical illussion, Facial emotions, Sounds emotions, hypnosis, etc.)
Normal and Disordered Personality Traits (structure and function, clinical assessment)
Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders (Bipolar disorder, Treatment-resistant depression, Anxiety disorder, Schizophrenia, etc.)

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