Mr. Yong Lu has been a Ph.D student in Psychology at the Faculty of Christian Philosophy, Cardinal Stefan Wyszyński University in Warsaw (UKSW) since 2016. He earned his B.Eng. in Engineering Economics from Lanzhou Railway Institute (now Lanzhou Jiaotong University), China, in 2001, his M.Sc. in Engineering Economics and Management from Tianjin University, in 2007, and his postgraduate studies in biblical formation from UKSW, in 2016. He has authored or co-authored a number of publications and has presented his work at regional and international conferences. Lu has also served ad hoc as reviewer for several Chinese and international peer reviewed professional journals.
His research takes an interdisciplinary approach to human decision making, false memory, and especially to an emphasis on psychology and Christianity theology. The studies involve behavioural examinations of decision biases and heuristics in cognitive and cross-cultural contexts; behavioural economics and games; risky choice and risk propensity examined in the suitability of different risk-sensitive frameworks; biblical dreams; Christian leadership; individual differences in cognitive styles. His research has been or will be published in several journals including Advances in Psychological Science (in Chinese), Architecture Journal (in Chinese), Frontiers in Psychology, Integrative Psychological and Behavioural Science, International Journal of Dream Research, Journal of Corporate Responsibility and Leadership, Teologia i Człowiek (Theology and Man).