John Song De Montfort University Leicester, UK
John Song received his Ph.D. from Swinburne University, Australia in 2003. He worked as a lecturer in Australia before moving to the UK where he is currently a senior lecturer in psychology at De Montfort University. He teaches intelligence, personality, and research methods, and in 2016 he co-led a successful study and cultural-exposure trip for a group of psychology students to Taiwan to explore cross-cultural concepts around intelligence. He is also the programme leader of four undergraduate psychology programmes at De Montfort University. His research interests are in the field of individual differences. His Ph.D. research focused on brain electrical activity during completion of an intelligence test. Current interests include intelligence-related cognitive processes and also individual differences variables such morningness and creativity. He has published book chapters on topics such as intelligence, personality, and assessment, and in 2015 received the Vice-Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award at De Montfort University.