Meng Li, PhD
Associate Professor
Health and Behavioral Sciences

Office Location:
North Classroom 3023B

Office Hours:
By appointment

Ph.D, 2012, Rutgers University (Social Psychology)
M.S., 2008, Rutgers University (Social Psychology)
M.S., 2005, University of Alabama at Birmingham (Basic Medical Research)
B.S., 2002, Beijing Unviversity (Medicine)

Melnick, E. & Li, M. (in press). Nudging 3-5 year olds towards fruit and vegetable consumption through plate design. JAMA Pediatrics

Li, M.*, Sun, Y.*, & Chen, H. (in press) Decoy as a Nudge: Boosting Hand Sanitizer Use with a Worse Option. Psychological Science.

Li, M & Tracer, D. (Eds.) (2017). Interdisciplinary Perspectives in Fairness, Equity, and Justice. Switzerland: Springer.

Chapman, G. B., Li, M., Leventhal, H., & Leventhal, E. A. (2016). Default clinic appointments promote influenza vaccination uptake without a displacement effect. Behavioral Science & Policy2(2), 40-50.

Li, M., & Chapman, G. B. (2013a). A big fish or a small pond? Framing effects in percentages. Organizational behavior and human decision processes (OBHDP), 122(2), 190-199. doi: 10.1016/j.obhdp.2013.07.003 

Chapman, G.B., Li, M., Vietri, J.T., Ibuka, Y., Thomas, D., Yoon, H. & Galvani, A. (2012). Using game theory to examine incentives in influenza vaccination behavior. Psychological Science.  23(9), 1008-1015. doi: 10.1177/0956797612437606

Li, M., Vietri, J., Galvani, A. P. & Chapman, G. B. (2010). How do people value life? Psychological Science, 21 (2), 163-167.doi:10.3758/PBR.16.1.156

Chapman, G. B, Li, M., Colby, H., Yoon, H. (2010). Opting in versus opting out of Influenza vaccination. JAMA, 304(1), 43-44.doi:10.1001/jama.2010.892

Bauch, C. T., Li, M., Chapman, G. B. & Galvani, A. P. (2010). Adherence to cervical screening in the era of HPV vaccination: How low is too low?  Lancet Infectious Diseases, 10, 133-137. doi:10.1016/S1473-3099(10)70004-9

Li, M., & Chapman, G.B. (2009). "100% of anything looks good": The appeal of one hundred percent. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review16,156-162. doi: 10.3758/PBR.16.1.156

HBSC 7061: Quantitative Methods in Health and Behavioral Sciences​
​PBHL 3030: Health Policy​
PBHL/ECON/PSYC 3050: Decision Making (taught at International College of Beijing)