Lin Yu

Bielefeld University
Department of Sport Science
Neurocognition and Action - Biomechanics
PF 100131
33501 Bielefeld

Room: CITEC 1.415
Phone: 12245 lin.yu@uni-bielefeld.de

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Research Topics and Teaching
  • Motor planning and motor imagery
  • Neurocognition of manual actions
  • Synchronization of EEG and Eye-tracking


Curriculum Vitæ

since 2015 PhD Student at Bielefeld University Faculty of Psychology and Sports Science, Neurocognition and Action - Biomechanics Research Group, and Center of Excellence - Cognitive Interaction Technology (CITEC)
2013-2015 Teaching Assistant at Department of Psychology, College of Health Science, Wuhan Sports University, Wuhan, China. (Experimental Psychology, Motor Skills learning and Control)
2013-2015 Assistant at Branch of sport psychology, China Sports Science Society
2012-2015 Master Student at Department of Psychology, College of Health Science, Wuhan Sports University, Wuhan, China
Master Degree in Applied Psychology, Major in Sport Psychology
Master thesis: Researches on Focus of Attention Affects Novice Dart Throwing Learning and Performance: Testing Constrain Actions Hypothesis on Central Mechanism
2012-2015 Research Assistant at Wuhan Sports University Key Lab of Training Control and Evaluation in Hubei Province, Wuhan, China
2008-2012 Bachelor Student at Department of Psychology, College of Health Science, Wuhan Sports University, Wuhan, China
Bachelor Degree in Applied Psychology, Major in Sport Psychology


Scientific Awards and Honours
  • National scholarship for studying abroad, China Scholarship Council, 2016.
  • Excellent oral report (First Prize) of the Third Youth Psychologist Forum in Hubei Province, Hubei Psychology Society, 2015
  • National scholarship for graduate student, Ministry of Education of The People's Republic of China, 2013
  • Outstanding bachelor dissertation in Hubei Province, Education Department of Hubei Province, 2012
  • Excellent oral report of the First Youth Psychologist Forum in Hubei Province, Hubei Psychology Society, 2012