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The Influence of Body Mass and Physical Activity on Postural Stability in Children
SMITH ANDREW WARD
The purpose of the study was to investigate how children's body type and their levels of physical activity affect their balance and what balance control mechanism these children use when standing up. Thirty children volunteered to participate in the . . .
Project Start Year : 2007  Chief Investigator(s) : SMITH ANDREW WARD

Teaching adults to ride a bike through a novel cycling task: Differences of electromyography activity, gait and posture between bikers and non-bikers on a balance bike.
CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清
A balance bike, a bike without pedals, involves the rider walking or sprinting while sitting on it and is anecdotally regarded as a safe tool for learning to cycle quicker due to a similar balance strategy. It has been adopted to be a transferring sk . . .
Project Start Year : 2021  Chief Investigator(s) : CHOW, Chi Ching 周志清

Early Fatherhood among Returnees in Hong Kong: Spousal Relations, Childrearing and Work
The research adopts a qualitative approach to explore how Chinese returnees make sense of and ‘do’ fatherhood. Our ethnographic fieldwork includes participant observation and in-depth interviews with 24 whole-family case studies. The study aims to c . . .
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : Ngan, Lok Sun Lucille

Application of Dietary Monitoring Apps in Enhancing Eating Behaviour of Balanced Diet among Younger Adults. Health Care and Promotion Scheme
CHUNG, Ming Yan 鍾明恩
This project aims to evaluate the effectiveness of dietary monitoring apps in promoting eating behaviour towards a balanced diet among younger adults. The objectives include evaluating the effect of dietary monitoring apps in changing (1) nutritional . . .
Project Start Year : 2018  Chief Investigator(s) : CHUNG, Ming Yan 鍾明恩

Gender and Leadership: Life Histories of Female and Male Primary School Principals in Hong Kong
This project proposes to collect the life histories of 16 primary school head teachers. It will analyze the impact of gender on their career trajectories, leadership experiences, and home-work balance by examining the similarities and differences bet . . .
Project Start Year : 2010  Chief Investigator(s) : CHAN, Kit Wa Anita 陳潔華

Work-family Conflicts in Taiwan
LUI CHING WU, LAKE 呂青湖
This research uses structural equation modeling to map out how/whether individual's conflict solutions can mediate the effect of workplace characteristics and demographic characteristics on work-family conflicts.
Project Start Year : 2015  Chief Investigator(s) : LUI CHING WU, LAKE 呂青湖

A mixed-methods investigation of family-friendly employment practices: From work-family conflict to enrichment
HO, Chun Yip Henry 何振業
Work and family are two central life domains important to most adults around the globe. Therefore, protecting EFR’s welfare (health, happiness, and well-being) and defending their rights (discrimination-free work environment and family-friendly suppo . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : HO, Chun Yip Henry 何振業

Work-family conflict and well-being among dual-earner couples in Hong Kong: A pilot study
HO, Chun Yip Henry 何振業
Work and family are two central life domains important to most adults around the globe. However, pressures from the work domain increasingly interfere with the family domain. Adopting a positive psychology approach, this proposed project aims to exam . . .
Project Start Year : 2020  Chief Investigator(s) : HO, Chun Yip Henry 何振業

Gender and Work-family Conflict Gaps in Hong Kong: Theory, Relationships, and the Impact of Family-Friendly Policies
VYAS, Lina
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Project Start Year : 2021  Chief Investigator(s) : VYAS, Lina

Advancing Job-and Health-associated Outcomes for Employees of Small and Medium Enterprises in Hong Kong: A Study on Workplace Supervisor Support with Smartphone-based and Capacity-building Interventions
VYAS, Lina
Dual-income families are becoming very common in post-industrial cities such as Hong Kong. This, however, causes tension between working parents due to demands for resources from two competing domains: job and family. The local working population rep . . .
Project Start Year : 2019  Chief Investigator(s) : VYAS, Lina


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