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Testing the Generalisability of the Control-Value Theoretical Model of Achievement Emotions in China
YANG, Lan 楊蘭
This research project aims to test the generalisability of the control-value theoretical model of achievement emotions in China with diverse samples of students.
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : YANG, Lan 楊蘭

Aggressive Youth in Hong Kong: Subtypes, Neuropsychological Risk and Intervention
POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩
Exhibiting aggression in adolescence is associated with a wide array of negative outcomes including academic failure, social maladjustment, drug abuse and delinquency. One of the best candidates for explaining these associations is executive function . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩

Personality, Psychological Resilience and Academic Adjustment in Chinese Secondary Students in Hong Kong
FONG, Wai Tsz Ricci 方蔚子
This study aims to examine the relationships among perfectionism, psychological resilience (i.e. grit and self-compassion) and academic adjustment (i.e. test emotions and self-regulation of learning) among Chinese secondary students in Hong Kong
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : FONG, Wai Tsz Ricci 方蔚子

The Analysis of Mediated Moderation and Moderated Mediation with Latent Variables
This project aims to propose a SEM-based method for the analysis of moderated mediation (moME) and mediated moderation (meMO) effects with latent variables and to develop a user-friendly computer program for analyzing moME and meMO models. Practicall . . .
Project Start Year : 2013  Chief Investigator(s) : CHAN, Wai

Travel, Ethics, and Genre: Emily Hahn's Travel Writings (funded by National Science Council).
YU, Kwan Wai Eric 余君偉
The object of this study is the travel writing in four books by Emily Hahn (1905-1997), “a great lost American literary treasure,” according to The New Yorker. This project includes two different and yet ultimately related aspects. One is the so-call . . .
Project Start Year : 2010  Chief Investigator(s) : YU, Kwan Wai Eric 余君偉

The Cognition of Collaborative Instructional Planning: Voices from Student Teachers
CHAN HING YEE, LETTY 陳馨怡
The aims of the present study are to examine student teachers’ psychological processes, their beliefs and cognition about collaborative instruction planning for English language teaching (ELT), to examine the benefits and challenges that are faced by . . .
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : CHAN HING YEE, LETTY 陳馨怡

Effect of Aerobic Exercise and High Intensity Interval Training on Mental Health of Adolescents in Hong Kong
POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩
Students’ mental health and suicide problem have emerged to be one of the most concerned public issue in Hong Kong in the recent years. The present study aim at a) evaluating the effect of exercise in different aspects of mental well-being and suicid . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩

Gamifying primary students’ reading process through an online battle platform: Factors for success and obstacles to be overcome
The project aims to 1. Implement Reading Battle (RB) in primary schools to promote students' reading interest and strengthen reading comprehension ability 2. Measure the impact of the implementation a) Impact of the gamified platform on students' pe . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : CHU, Sam

The Management of Chronic Pain in Older Adults: Randomized Controlled Trial of a Physical and Cognitive-behavioral Intervention Program
CHENG, Sheung-Tak 鄭相德
BACKGROUND: Pain is very common among older adults. Studies elsewhere have shown that physical interventions and psychological methods based on the cognitive-behavioral approach are both effective in alleviating pain. Yet, evidence-based pain managem . . .
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : CHENG, Sheung-Tak 鄭相德

Enhancing Executive Functioning of Children Living in Poverty: A Randomized Experiment Study
POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩
It has been well established that growing up in poverty is associated with a wide array of negative psychological outcomes covering cognitive ability, intelligence, and academic achievement; and one of the best candidates for explaining this associat . . .
Project Start Year : 2016  Chief Investigator(s) : POON, Kei Yan 潘紀恩


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