On the afternoon of June 18th, 2017, the 8th phase of "Gao Juefu Psychological Lectures" was opened on schedule. Prof. Xuejun Bai Member of the Discipline Review Group of the Academic Degrees Committee of the State Council, the current chairman of the Chinese Psychological Society, the vice chairman of the Steering Committee of Psychology of the Ministry of Education, and the dean of the School of Psychology and Behavior and the School of Educational Sciences of Tianjin Normal University, attended this report. Prof. Bai took part in the conference entitled "Fundamental and Applied Research on Eye Movement Psychology".
The presentation was hosted by Prof. Zhu Deng. Prof. Hong Fu, Prof. Tifei Yuan and other professors and related students gathered and shared this wonderful report.
At the beginning of the report, Prof. Zhu Deng, vice dean of the school of Psychology, gave a warm welcome to Prof. Bai. Through storytelling and taking examples, Prof. Bai clarified the importance of the eye in the progress of information transmission, and analyzed the structure of the eye. After that, Prof. Bai introduced several stages of development of eye movement equipment, evolution history, as well as the mainstream eye movement equipment in current domestic and international laboratory, and the main performance and application areas. In the detailed description of the portable eye movement equipment, he also asked professors and students to pay attention on the user experience and usability test. Then, from the perspective of eye movement research, he made an explanation on why autistic children cannot make eye contact with others, and shared a series of experiments - eye movement research in the space reading, including the basis and developmental research of Chinese space, the mechanism of space in the aging population. In order to help students understand the experiment and data model, he used images to show the eye movement process of the experiment, sharing the experimental process, experimental materials and experimental results, which aroused strong interest from teachers and students.
At the end of the lecture, Prof. Bai shared his thoughts on how to be a good teacher and a good student. He encouraged teachers to have "good faith", "moral", "solid knowledge" and "love", and expected that not only students should learn knowledge, but also acquire survival skills, explore the meaning of life. Prof. Deng appreciated Prof. Bai for his wonderful report.