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TitleAuthor(s)Issue DateViews
 
2010
68
 
2007
242
 
2002
151
 
2002
287
 
2004
93
 
Building a universal positive psychology
Book:Positive Psychology. The scientific and practical explorations of human strengths
2007
149
 
2002
237
 
Chinese Positive Psychology
Proceeding/Conference:Fourth International Positive Psychology Summit, Washington D.C., USA, 28 September - 2 October, 2005
2005
95
 
The Chinese version of the mini mental adjustment to cancer scale
Proceeding/Conference:Paper Presented at the 8th Hong Kong International Cancer Congress
2001
94
 
Cleft distraction versus orthognathic surgery - which is more stable?
Proceeding/Conference:Congress of the European Association for Cranio-Maxillo facial Surgery
2006
124
 
Cleft Distraction versus orthognathic surgery - which one causes more distress?
Proceeding/Conference:Proceeding of the 5th International Congress of Maxillofacial & Craniofacial Distraction, Paris, France, 21-24 June 2006
2006
103
 
Cleft distraction versus orthognathic surgery - which one causes more distress?
Proceeding/Conference:Journal of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery
2006
109
 
Clinical intervention based on positive psychology: what is it and how to do it?
Proceeding/Conference:New Waves in Psychotherapy: Variations in CBT?
2010
382
 
Cognitive processing styles and self-perceived positive changes in psycho- oncology
Proceeding/Conference:Meeting of East Asia Psycho-oncology Society
2010
159
2012
126
 
2001
293
 
Cross-cultural aspects of cancer care
Book:Cancer, Culture, and Communication
2003
134
 
Death and Grief Research in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:Conference on Suicide Prevention and Life Education, Macau, China, September 2004
2004
166
 
Death metaphors - another dimension of death
Proceeding/Conference:Paper Presented at the Death and the Life-World, Hong Kong, China, 27 March 2002
2002
155
 
Death metaphors in Chinese
Book:Death, dying and bereavement. A Hong Kong Chinese experience
2005
144