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Annette Hillers-Chen was born in Moenchengladbach, Germany, in 1978. She studied psychology at the University of Heidelberg from 1997-2004, including a one-year Fulbright exchange program at the University of Illinois from 2000-2001. She has been working as a lecturer at Nanjing University since 2004, and ¬ starting from 2006 ¬ she simultaneously worked on her Ph.D. degree funded by the German National Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes e.V.) at Heidelberg University, where she graduated in January 2009.
Although she started off from Clinical Psychology (diploma thesis: ‘Patients suffering from Binge Eating Disorder: Subjective Reasons and Predictors for premature termination of treatment’) her Ph.D. thesis already concerned cross-cultural issues (title: ‘High hopes on China’s young elite - Do social expectations influence Chinese students’ mental health?’). Her recent research direction focuses directly on cross-cultural topics, especially acculturation issues of foreigners in China. She is a member of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology.
Her teaching includes introductory courses in psychology, clinical and abnormal psychology, and cross-cultural psychology. Besides her academic work she continues with her musical interests as an oboe player of the Nanjing University Philharmonic Orchestra.
  •  科研成果 
  •  学术访问与国际会议 
  •  主持完成和承接的科研项目 
  •  获奖情况 
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Publications
Hillers-Chen, A. (in press). High hopes on China’s young elite - Do social expectations influence Chinese students’ mental health? Marburg, Germany: Tectum Verlag.
Hillers-Chen, A., & Bastine, R. (under review). Measuring external expectations on Chinese college students: Construction of the External Expectations Questionnaire (EXPEQ).
Hillers, A., Quenter, A., Friederich, H.-C., Schild, S., Wilke, S., Herzog, W. & Zipfel, S. (2004). Vorzeitiger Behandlungsabbruch bei Patienten mit Adipositas und Binge Eating Disorder. Psychotherapie, Psychosomatik, Medizinische Psychologie, 2, 3612.
Zumbach, J., Hillers, A., & Reimann, P. (2004). Supporting distributed problem-based learning: The use of feedback mechanisms in online learning. In T. S. Roberts (Ed.), Online collaborative learning: Theory and practice (pp. 86-102). Hershey, PA: Infosci Publishing.
Hillers, A. (2001). Review of “The Great Psychotherapy Debate” by Bruce Wampold. AERA Division E Newsletter, 19(3), 7-9.
Conferences
• XIXth International Congress of the International Association of Cross-Cultural Psychology, July 27 – 31, 2008 in Bremen, Germany. Poster: “High hopes on China’s young elite - Do social expectations influence Chinese students’ mental health?”
• Chinese-German Congress on Psychotherapy, May 20-23 in Shanghai, P.R. China. 
• Kongress des Deutschen Kollegiums fuer Psychosomatische Medizin [Congress of the German Committee for Psychosomatic Medicine], March 3-6, 2004 in Geldern, Germany. Presentation: “Premature termination of patients suffering from adipositas and binge eating disorder: Subjective reasons and predictors for prematrure psychotherapy termination.”