Creating Promising Futures Through Social Construction
A Message from the Taos Institute President
Institute Officers and Board of Directors
Taos Institute Europe
Taos Latin America
Relational Research Network
Taos Initiatives & Grants (TAG)
Outstanding Contribution Award
Taos PhD Program
Video Recordings of recent PhD Defenses
Taos Institute Ph.D. Program Costs and Requirements
Upcoming Ph.D. Defenses
The Educational Program
For More Information
MA in Collaborative and Dialogic Practices
Why Collaborative and Dialogic Practices?
Program Director's Welcome
Admission & Requirements
Program Fees & Application
Program & Course Descriptions
For More Information
International Certificate Program in Collaborative Practices
Attractor/Taos Summer Institute - Leadership in Turbulent Times
An International Learning Festival - Collaborative Innovations in Education
Succeeding in Africa: Social Construction in Action
Taos Online Workshops
Taos Associate Workshops & Conferences
3rd International Conference of Collaborative & Dialogic Practices
Taos Books and Publications
Focus Books, Tempo Books, Professional Books
Taos Institute E-Books
Worldshare Books - Free books for downloading
Books of Interest
Publishing and Author Information
Journals and Newsletters
The Taos Institute Newsletter
Positive Aging Newsletter
The International Journal of Collaborative Practices
Journals of Interest
Manuscripts for Downloading
Manuscripts – Taos Founders, Board Members & Associates
Non-English Manuscripts – Taos Founders, Board Members & Associates
Taos PhD Program Completed Dissertations
Other Noteworthy Dissertations
Noteworthy Dissertations in Spanish
Noteworthy Dissertations in Portuguese
Videotapes - Board Members, Associates and Guests
Relational Practice Videos
Videos from the Dialogues that Deliver Conference, September 2008
Videos in Spanish
Other Videos of Interest
Websites and Blogs
Websites of Interest
Spanish Dialogue Network
Spanish Blog about Social Constructionism
Social Constructionist Counselor Educator’s Listserve
Relational Learning in Education
Lifescaping Practices in Schools
Co-Creating Schools of the Future through Appreciative Inquiry
The Peer Mentoring Project at Kent State University
Healthy Kids Healthy Schools
Submit your Story/Example
Join Our Mailing List
Taos Online Dialogue Space
Donate to the Taos Institute
The John Shotter Memorial Fund
Jane Magruder Watkins Scholarship Fund
Peggy Penn WorldShare Fund
Meet Our Donors
/ Aimei Guo, Ph.D.
Aimei Guo, Ph.D.
Department of Women’s Studies
Ginling Women’s College
Nanjing Normal University
122 Ninghai Road,
Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, 210097
Dr. Aimei Guo is a full professor of Psychology at Ginling Women’s College, Nanjing Normal University. Her research interests include positive aging, aging and gender, mental health of older people, and feminist psychology. She is the dean of Women’s Studies Department of Ginling Women’s College at Nanjing Normal University, and was the founder and the current director of the Research Center on Aging at Nanjing Normal University and the Gerontological Institute of Jiangsu Province. She is also a Council Member of Gerontological Society of China, Gerontological Society of Jiangsu Province, and Psychological Theories and History Branch of the Chinese Psychological Society.
Dr. Guo has published over 40 articles and 5 academic books, and she has participated in more than 20 studies, mainly granted from Chinese government and local government. She has won several awards for feminist psychology and positive aging studies. She developed a strong interest in research, policy and practice aiming to promote the ideas of positive aging in China. Her research on positive aging and related policy implications have been well recognized by the Jiangsu government and her work plays an important role in the promotion of the positive aging strategy in the Jiangsu Province. She is an expert group member of the Jiangsu Policy Research, specializing in aging policy. Currently she is initiating a community-based positive aging program, which is expected to introduce social constructionism and positive aging to the research, policy and practice of “aging in place” in China.
Xuejun Chen, Ph.D.
Liu Dan, Ph.D.
Aimei Guo, Ph.D.
Liu Haihua, Ph.D.
Bojun Hu, Ph.D.
Tianfang Liu, Ph.D.
Hong Luo, Ph.D.
So Wa Ngai, Ph.D.
Gertina Van Schalkwyk, Ph.D.
Beili Xiang, Ph.D.
Liping Yang, Ph.D.
Jijun Yao, Ph.D.
Dorothy Pui Yin, TSUI
Kuo Frank Yu, Ph.D.
Haibo Zeng, Ph.D.
Xinping Zhang, Ph.D.