Jingjing Han

hanjing@indiana.edu

Education

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 2019 (Expected)

Ph.D., Mass Communication, Cognitive Science (Minor)

Chair: Annie Lang, Ph.D.

 

Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, 2015

Master of Arts, Telecommunications

Chair: Annie Lang, Ph.D.

Thesis:Re-conceptualizing coping styles as an arousal-based motivational bias during the processing of mediated threatening message

 

Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 2013

Master of Journalism & Communication (Honors)

 

Central China Normal University (CCNU), Wuhan, China, 2011

Bachelor of Arts (Honors), Journalism

 

Wuhan University, Wuhan, China, 2011

Bachelor of Economics

 

Research Interests

  • Complex Dynamical Systems Theory
  • Dynamic Human-Centered Communication Systems Theory (DHCCST)
  • Complex Dynamical Systems Analysis
  • Complex Dynamical Systems Modeling
  • Embodied Cognition
  • Cognitive and emotional processing of mediated health/risk messages

 

Refereed Journal Publications

English:

  • Han, J., Sun, S., Lu, Y. (2017). Framing climate change: A content analysis of Chinese mainstream newspapers from 2005 to 2015. International Journal of Communication, 11, 2889-2911.
  • Lang, A., Han, J., Zheng, X, Almond, A., Lynch, T., Mathews, N.. (accepted). Learning to play: How virtual world affordances drive adaptation and learning in Grand Theft Auto. In J. Breuer, D. Pietschmann, B. Liebold, & B. P. Lange (Eds.), Evolutionary Psychology and Digital Games: Digital Hunter-Gatherers. Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 
  • Sun, S., Wang, L., Jiang, H., Han, J., & Wang, Y. (2012). Why grassroots stars shine on the social media. Medien Journal, 4/2012, 33-40. (a double-blind, peer-reviewed quarterly journal in Austria)

Chinese:

  • Shen, G., Han, J., Wang, L. (2014). An overview of Chinese health communication research during H7N9 influenza. Journalism Bimonthly, 123, 100-104. (Top 4 communication journal in mainland China)
  • Han, J. (2013). Online interpersonal communication and offline social network: Mapping model and its predictors. In Naipeng, Zhao (Ed.), China Computer-mediated Communication (Vol. VII, pp.167-186). Hangzhou: Zhejiang University Press.
  • Han, J.,& Li, X. (2010). Distinguishing format radio and specialized radio. Journalism Lover, 2010(3), 113-114.
  • Han, J., & Xu, L. (2010). Rethinking programming skills of format radio. China Radio, 2010(9), 60-62.
  • Han, J. (2010). The construction of citizen journalism on social equity and justice. Huazhong Humanity Forum, 2010(1), 191-194.

 

Published Refereed Abstracts

  • Han, J., Almond, A., & Lang, A. (2015). Sensitive dependence on initial conditions of mediated message processing. Psychophysiology, 52, S108.

Refereed Conference Presentations

  • Han, J., Zheng, X., Liu, T. (2017, October). A physiological examination of two coping models. Paper will be presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR). Vienna, Austria.
  • Han, J., & Zheng, X. (2017, May). Coping as motivational bias: Physiological connection between motivational systems and coping styles. Paper  presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. San Diego, CA.
  • Sun, S., Han, J., Zheng, X. (2017, May). Framing and exemplification effects on responses to lung cancer newsPaper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. San Diego, CA.
  • Han, J., Zheng, X., Sun, S., & Potter, R. (2017, May). Responses to E-cigarette commercials: Examining the effect of celebrity endorsement and health claims. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. San Diego, CA.
  • Lang, A., Han, J., Zheng, X, Almond, A., Lynch, T., Mathews, N.. (2016,November). Driving and Dying: Destabilizing Real World Attractors in Grand Theft Auto. “Applying Dynamic, Complex Systems Approaches in Communication Research” panel with J. L. Sherry (Chair), A. Lang, A. Boyan, N. L. Matthews, & A. Almond for Communication and Social Cognition Division – 102nd National Communication Association conference in Philadelphia, PA.
  • Han, J., & Lang, A. (2016, June). Re-conceptualizing coping styles as an arousal-based motivational bias during the processing of mediated self-threatening message. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. Fukuoka, Japan.
  • Han, J., Liao, W., Minas, R., Dennis, A., & Potter, R. (2016, June). Relationships between neural patterns during picture priming and creative thinking during electronic brainstorming.Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. Fukuoka, Japan.
  • Han, J., Almond, A., & Lang, A. (2015, September). Sensitive dependence on initial conditions of mediated message processing. Paper presented at the 55th annual meeting of the Society for Psychophysiological Research. Seattle, WA.
  • Han, J., & Sun, S. (2014, August). Framing climate change: A content analysis of mainstream Chinese newspapers from 2005-2012. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Montreal, Canada.
  • Han, J. (2014, August). How does the audience respond to cancer videos?: A content analysis of YouTube comments. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. Montreal, Canada.
  • Almond, A., Han, J., Jeon, Y., Liu, J., & Lang, A. (2014, May). Encoding systems, biological imperatives, and persuasion: Symbols change explicit and representations change implicit attitudes. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association (Preconference, Evolution, Biology, & Brains 2.0). Seattle, WA.
  • Potter, R., Read, G., Sites, J., & Han, J. (2014, May). That’s not how it goes! The effect of familiarity on automatic attention to expectancy violations in popular songs. Paper presented at the annual conference of the International Communication Association. Seattle, WA.
  • Han, J., Zhao, J., & Liu, X. (2012, November). Chinese media framing of climate change. Paper presented at the 4th Ph.D. Student Symposium of the Chinese Research Alliance on Journalism and Communication, Taipei, Taiwan.(*Top paper award)
  • Han, J. (November, 2011). Online interpersonal communication and offline social network: Mapping model and its predictors. Paper presented at the 3rd Ph.D. Student Symposium of the Chinese Research Alliance on Journalism and Communication, Shanghai, China.

Presentations in other fields

  • Physiological and behavioral synchrony during television co-viewing

Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Lab, Dr. Bennett Bertenthal, Fall 2016

  • Cross recurrence analysis and beyond

Perception Action Lab, Dr. Geoffrey Bingham, Spring 2017

Manuscripts Under Review  

  • Goodwin, R., Sun, S., Han, J., et al. (under review).
  • Lang, A., Almond, A., Han, J. (under review)

 

Academic Awards

Thesis Nomination for ICA/NCA Amanda L. Kundrat Thesis Award (2017)

The Provost’s travel award for Women in Science ($850, 2017)

APA Travel Award ($500, 2017)

ICA Travel Award ($200, 2017)

Tom/Jay Darragh Fellowship (2017), The Media School

Indiana University Graduate and Professional Student Government Travel Award ($500, 2016,2017)

The Most Valuable Proposal at Youth Innovation Competition on Global Governance, sponsored by United Nation Development Programme (UNDP), 2013, Shanghai.

Top Paper at the 4th Ph.D. Student Symposia of Chinese Research Alliance on Journalism and Communication, 2012, Taipei.

Top Paper at the 3rdShanghai International Student Television Festival (SSTVF), 2010, Shanghai.

3rd Prize at the 1st national paper competition held by the Ministry of Education, 2010, Beijing.

3rdPrize at 2010 CCNU Student Paper Competition, 2010, Wuhan.

 

Research Grants

PI, Chinese Media Coverage on Climate Change                                                               Nov. 2011 – June 2013

(RMB 3,000) sponsored by Fudan University

 

PI, The Development of Chinese Format Music Radio                                                Dec. 2008 – May 2010

(RMB 5, 000) sponsored by the Ministry of Education, China

 

PI, The Construction of Citizen Journalism on Social Equity and Justice               Nov. 2009 – Mar. 2010

(RMB 1,000), sponsored by Central China Normal University

 

 Teaching Experiences

Online Course Designer, Data Science Program, School of Informatics, Computing, and Engineering, Indiana University

Time Series Analysis, Dr. Jerome Busemeyer, 2017-2018 

  • Editing in-class recorded videos
  • Creating videos for online students
  • Writing lecture summaries for online students       

Associate Instructor, Media School, Indiana University  

MSCH-C101 Media, Teresa White, Fall 2017 (independently leading 3 discussion sections)

MSCH-C227 Introduction to Sports Media, Dr. Galen Clavio, Spring 2017

MSCH-C207 Introduction to Media Industries and Management, Matt Pierce, Fall 2016

MSCH-A337 Electronic Media Advertising, Robert Affe, Spring 2016

MSCH-A347 Promotion and Marketing, Dr. John Bailey, Fall 2015

 

Associate Instructor, Department of Telecommunications, Indiana University    

T205 Introduction to Media and Society, Dr. Betsi Grabe, Spring 2015

T207 Introduction to Media Industries and Management, Dr. Robert F. Potter, Fall 2014

T314 Telecommunications Processes and Effects, Dr. Paul Wright, Spring 2014

T348 Audience Analysis, Dr. Bryant Paul, Fall 2013

 

Guest Lecture

Applying Scientific Research into Message Design

MSCH-A347 Promotion and Marketing, John Bailey, Fall 2015

International Advertising in China I

MSCH-A337 Electronic Media Advertising, Robert Affe, Spring 2016

International Advertising in China II

MSCH-A337 Electronic Media Advertising, Robert Affe, Spring 2016

 

Scholarships

National scholarship (RMB 8,000), The Ministry of Education, China, 2007-2008

Second class of Haoxue Scholarship (RMB 5,000), Fudan University, China, 2011-2012

Four-year Boya Scholarship (RMB 6,600), Central China Normal University, China, 2007-2011

 

Selected Professional Experience

Intern Journalist, National Xinhua News Agency                                                      Oct. 2012 – Jan. 2013

Intern Journalist, China National Radio                                                                      July 2010 – Oct. 2010

Intern DJ, HuBei Music Radio                                                                                           July 2008-Sept. 20008

Academic Service

Ad hoc Reviewer: Scientific Report (by Nature Group, impact factor: 5)

Award Committee, Graduate Professional Student Government, Indiana University (2016 Fall)

Conference reviewer: International Communication Association (2014-2017)

Conference volunteer: International Communication Association (2016)

 

Professional Membership

International Communication Association (ICA)

The Society for Psychophysiological Research (SPR)

Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC)

Chinese Communication Association (CCA)

 

References

Annie Lang, Indiana University (Major Advisor)

Robert F. Potter, Indiana University

Julia Fox, Indiana University

Geoffrey Bingham, Indiana University (Minor Advisor)

Shaojing Sun, Fudan University