Longfeng is a postdoctoral research scholar working with Dr. Erika Lunkenheimer. She received her PhD in Family and Human Development at Arizona State University. She is originally from China and got her BA and MA in Psychology at Beijing Normal University (Beijing, China). Her research focuses on individual and contextual impacts on children's maladaptive socioemotional, cognitive, and behavioral development. Central to her current work is the investigation of how to best measure and model parent-child dyadic processes and how the dyadic processes impact and are impacted by parental and children's characteristics, including self-regulation and psychopathology.