I am Chuan-Peng Hu, a Ph.D. student in Department of psychology at Tsinghua University, Beijing, PR.China. I am working in the cultural psychology lab with Prof. Kaiping Peng, and I am also working with Dr. Jie Sui of Oxford.
I am also an administrator of a Chinese online forum of brain science: 52brain.com, We have meetings occasionally. Contact me if you want to meet young cognitive researchers in China.
As a junior researcher in the field, I am deeply concerned about the replication crisis in psychology. I am actively introducing the relevant knowledge and new practice to China. Currently, I am an Ambassador of Center for Open Science, maintaining a Chinese blog about reproducibility and statistical inference.
I was raised in a village near the riverside of Yangtze river in Hubei, a central province in China. The early life in rural China makes me love the outdoor, rock climbing, mountaineering and hiking are my favorite activities. I have climbed three mountains over 5000 meters and reached over 6 000 m on Chola Mountain, Sichuan province, China in June 2014.