Li, I. (2009). Cortisol circadian rhythms and response to stress in early human development- New directions in studies of social-emotional regulation. In B. C. Glenyn and R. P. Zini (Eds.), New Directions in Developmental Psychobiology (pp.213-224). New York: Nova Behavioral Sciences Press. ISBN 978-1-60692—634-5
Li*, I., Shen, P. S., & Kang, S. S. (2021). Teacher-derived emotional socialization and the development of emotion regulation and knowledge in preschool children.Child and Youth Care Forum. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10566-021-09635-z (SSCI 論文).*(Correspondence Author)
Li*, I., Shen, P. S., & Wu, M. L. (2020). The relationship between preschoolers’ sensory regulation and temperament. Early Child Development and Care. https://doi.org/10.1080/03004430.2020.1853116 (SSCI 論文).*(Correspondence Author)
Li*, I., Clark, D. A., Klump, K. L., & Burt, S. A. (2017). Parental involvement as an etiological moderator of childhood oppositional defiant disorder. Journal of Family Psychology, 31(6), 659-667. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/fam0000311 (SSCI 論文 Top 25% journal; Impact factor: 2.70).*(Correspondence Author)
Chang, CH., & Li*, I. (2017). Effects of children’s temperament on mothers’ and caregivers’supportive reactions related to socialization of emotion regulation. Journal of Behavior, 2(1), 1007. *(Correspondence Author)
Chang, CH., Lee, S., Chiou, H., & Li*, I. (2017). Predictions of Toddlers’ Development of Effortful Control with Parental Beliefs about Children’s Emotion. Annals of Pediatrics & Child Health, 5(3), 1133. *(Correspondence Author)
Li*, I., Pawan, C., & Stansbury, K. (2014). Emerging effortful control in infancy and toddlerhood and maternal support: A child-driven or parent-driven model? Infant Behavior and Development, 37, 216-224. (SSCI 論文; Impact factor: 1.46) *(Correspondence Author)
Pawan, C., Chwo, S. & Li*, I. (2013). Saliva Cortisol and Heart Rate Variability as Biomarkers in Understanding Emotional Reaction and Regulation of Young Children—A Review. Psychology, 4, 19-26. *(Correspondence Author)
Torpdahl, M., Lauderdale, T. L., Liang, S. Y., Li, I., Wei, S. H., & Chiou, C. S. (2013). Human isolates of Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium from Taiwan displayed significantly higher levels of antimicrobial resistance than those from Denmark, International Journal of Food Microbiology, 161, 69-75. (SCI 論文; Top 25% journal; Impact factor: 4.06)
Li*, I., Onaga, E., Shen, P. S., & Chiou, H. H. (2009). Temperament characteristics and science achievement: A longitudinal study of elementary students in Taiwan, International Journal of Science Education, 31, 1175-1185. (SSCI 論 文 ; Top 25% journal; Impact factor: 1.61).*(Correspondence Author)
Li*, I., & Shen, P. S. (2008). Internalizing disposition and preschool children's cortisol fluctuations. Child: Care, Health, & Development, 34, 626-630. (SSCI 論文; Top 25% journal; Impact factor: 2.10).*(Correspondence Author)
Li*, I., Chiou, H. H., & Shen, P. S. (2007). Correlations between cortisol level and internalizing disposition of young children are increased by selecting optimal sampling times and aggregating data. Developmental Psychobiology, 49(6), 633-639. (SCI 論文; Impact factor: 2.02).*(Correspondence Author)
Li*, I., & Chwo, G. S. M. (2019, July). Challenges and solutions：Community support promoting healthy families at Shalu Parent-Child Center in Taichung[Abstract]. Paper presented at the Proceedings of the 6th Conference of Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association (PECERA), Taipei, Taiwan, (pp.197).
Fan, C. C., & Li*, I. (2019, July). The effect of parent education on the improvement of frustration tolerance of young children: A pilot study [Abstract]. Poster session presented at the Proceedings of the 6th Conference of Pacific Early Childhood Education Research Association (PECERA), Taipei, Taiwan, (pp.516).
Stansbury, K., Li, I., Lee, K. & Yancey, J. H. (2011, March). Emotion Regulation, Caregiver Responses, and Cortisol Reaction in Preschoolers, Paper presented at the SRCD Biennial Meeting in Montrèal.
Li*, I.（2001, April）The ecological supports for special needs children, youth, and their families. Paper presented at the meeting of the Beatric Paolucci Symposium in E. Lansing, Michigan.