Jing is currently a postdoctoral research scientist working in Applied Cognitive Psychology (ACP) Lab at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC. Jing got her Ph.D. in lifespan developmental psychology at NC State. Her work involves application of emotion and cognitive research in domains such as caregiving, driving, and prosthesis design. In the ACP lab, her projects involved developing a new attention training program for older drivers to improve their hazard detection in driving, inventing a new visuospatial attention task to assess walking safety, and investigating the mechanisms of prosthesis users' preferences using the human-factor research method. Her ultimate goal is to use her research to help older adults live an emotionally, cognitively, socially, and physically healthy life.