About Professor Yu-chu Yeh
Yu-chu Yeh is the Distinguished Professor for the Institute of Teacher Education in the College of Education at the National Chengchi University in Taiwan. Dr. Yeh additionally works as a research fellow for the Research Center for Mind, Brain & Learning at the National Chengchi University. As a multidimensional researcher, some of her interests include the instruction of creativity and critical thinking, e-learning, game-based learning, educational psychology, and neurocognitive psychology. In the recent decade, she has focused on integrating concepts from different domains (educational psychology, e-learning, computer science, positive psychology, cognitive psychology, and cognitive neuroscience) to explore the cognitive processes of creativity and to develop innovative instructional models for critical and creative thinking. Dr. Yeh enhances her exploration of the underlying neural mechanisms of aesthetic experiences and creativity with the utilization of fMRI techniques.
Yu-chu Yeh was selected as the World’s Top 2% Scientists in 2021 announced by Stanford University. She had also received the Outstanding Research Award twice (2008 and 2020) from Ministry of Science and Technology in Taiwan. She is currently an editorial board member of Thinking Skills and Creativity (SSCI), Educational Psychology: An International Journal of Experimental Educational Psychology (SSCI), International Journal of Educational Research and Technology, and Journal of Education & Psychology (TSSCI).