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  • The Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies

The Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies

Published for the Hong Kong Psychological Society


English, Chinese

229 x 152 mm ISBN : 1563-3403

  • US$16.00


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The Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies (JPCS) is an inter-national peer-reviewed journal published bi-annually by The Chinese University Press and the Hong Kong Psy-chological Society. It is the official journal of the Hong Kong Psychological Society. Its principle aim is to promote psychological studies of Chinese people. Its readers, au-thors and editors come from many countries including both Chinese and non-Chinese societies. The JPCS pub-lishes articles on psychological studies conducted in Chinese societies, cross-cultural studies including a Chinese sample, or articles of general interest to psychologists working with or studying Chinese people. Manuscripts submitted should represent a sig-nificant addition to our knowledge or a significant re-view and synthesis of existing literature.
 
The JPCS is now indexed in Bibliography of Asian Studies, e-psyche, MLA International Bibliography, PsycINFO and Sage Family Studies Abstracts.

Managing Editor
Dorcas Fok, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Kevin Tam, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Associate Editors
Alma Au, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Winton Au, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Lei Chang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sheung-Tak Cheng, City University of Hong Kong
Him Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Mike W.-L. Cheung, National University of Singapore
Ping-Chung Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Xiaolan Fu, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Helene Fung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hu Zhu Qing, Jiang Xi Normal University
Lei Li, Capital Normal University
Sun Shi Jin, Fu Dan University
Vicky C. W. Tam, Hong Kong Baptist University
Yu Guo Liang, Ren Min University
Zhou Ren Lai, Beijing Normal University

Advisory Board on Publication
Terry K. Au, University of Hong Kong
Fanny M. Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Hwang Kwang Kuo, National Taiwan University
Mo Lei, South China Normal University
Ng Sik Hung, City University of Hong Kong
Ovid J. L. Tzeng, Academia Sinica, Taiwan
Yang Yu Fang, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Science
Ye Hau Sheng, Nanjing Normal University
Yue Guo An, Nankai University

Consulting Editors
Thomas J. Berndt, Purdue University
Michael Harris Bond, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
David W. Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Weining C. Chang, National University of Singapore
Hsuan-Chih Chen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
May Jane Chen, Australian National University
Fanny M. Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Qi Dong, Beijing Normal University
Phoebe C. Ellsworth, University of Michigan
Liluo Fang, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
John F. Feldhusen, Purdue University
Kit-Tai Hau, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Qicheng Jing, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
Henry S. R. Kao, The University of Hong Kong
Sing Lau, Hong Kong Baptist University
Frederick T. L. Leong, University of Tennessee
Kwok Leung, City University of Hong Kong
Chongde Lin, Beijing Normal University
Wenquan Ling, Guangzhou Normal University
Xiaochun Miao, East China Normal University
Sik Hung Ng, City University of Hong Kong
John A. Spinks, The University of Hong Kong
Harold Stevenson, University of Michigan
Ovid J. L. Tzeng, National Yang Ming University
Wu-Tien Wu, Taiwan Normal University
Chung-Fang Yang, The University of Hong Kong
Kuo-Shu Yang, National Taiwan University
Yu-Wen Ying, University of California, Berkeley
Hou-Can Zhang, Beijing Normal University
Ying Zhu, Peking University

Vol. 11, No. 2, 2010
Vol. 11, No. 1, 2010

Special Issue: Recent Advances in Research on Social Axioms with Chinese People

Recent Advances in Recearch on Social Axioms with Chinese People (Foreword)

Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, Michael Harris Bond

The Role of Social Beliefs in Body Image Research: A Cross-Cultural Examination of Australian and Hong Kong Chinese College Women

Ben C. P. Lam, Isa N. W. Mak, Gordon A. Walker

Relationship Between Social Axioms and Subjective Well-Being: The Role of Self-Regulation

Chin-Ming Hui, Michael Harris Bond

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way: The Mediating Effect of Academic Aspiration Between Beliefs and Academic Outcomes

Christine H. Y. Leung, Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, Ben C. P. Lam

How Family Matters in Shaping Offspring Worldviews: Personal and Interpersonal Antecedents of Children’s Social Axioms

Monet M. T. Wong, Sylvia Xiaohua Chen, Wesley C. H. Wu

Vol. 10, No. 2, 2009
Vol. 10, No. 1, 2009

Special Issue: Selected Papers from the Sixth Chinese Psychologist Conference

The Unclaimed Traumatic Experience: Bereavement and Psychological Healing regarding Earthquake Disasters in Taiwan (in Chinese)

Lin Yaw-Sheng

Structure and Measurement of Psychological Harmony (in Chinese)

Ren Xiaopeng, Bai Xinwen, Zheng Rui, and Zhang Kan

Regular Papers

A Cross-Cultural Investigation of Social Support in Adults over 60 in Ireland and China

Eleanor O’Leary, Mike Murphy, and Chuanfeng Chen

To Punish or To Rehabilitate: Sentencing Goals as Mediators between Values, Axioms and Punitiveness towards Offenders

Grace Dzing Man Lau, Graham A. Tyson, and Michael Harris Bond

Dimensions of Disease Stigma in Taiwan: A Multidimensional Scaling Analysis

Maanling Chang, Yi Feng Chen, Chun-Shan Shen, and Lifa Yu

Vol. 9, No. 2, 2008

Special Issue: Selected Papers from the Sixth Chinese Psychologist Conference

Introduction to the Special Issue

Alma Au

Measures for Brand Knowledge: Comparison of Testing Formats, Languages and Product Categories

Mei-Chun Cheung and Agnes S. Chan

Examining the Correlation between Parenting Stress and Social Support and Loneliness in Chinese Mothers Living in a Socially Impoverished Community in Hong Kong

Alma Au, Yuk-Chung Chan, George Cheung, Peony Yuen and Tammi Lee

Patient and Caregiver Characteristics Associated with Depression in Dementia Caregivers

Pui-kwan Wong, George Cheung, Rachel Fung, Stella Koo, Ella Sit, Shuk-han Pun and Alma Au

Traditional Chinese Mind-Body Exercises Improve Self-Control Ability of an Adolescent with Asperger’s Disorder

Agnes S. Chan, Sophia L. Sze and Shi Dejian

Regular Papers

Mahjong Gambling and Chinese International Students in Sydney: An Exploratory Study

Wu Yi Zheng, Michael Walker and Alex Blaszczynski

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