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TitleAuthor(s)Issue DateViews
 
The interdependence of death and grief among Hong Kong Chinese
Proceeding/Conference:Paper Presented at the The First National Symposium on Psychosocial Oncology for Cancer Patients, Shanghia, China, 15-17 April 2002
2002
66
 
Aggression and Violence among Psychotic Patients in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:Health Research Symposium 2007
2007
98
 
Positive changes after SARS,
Proceeding/Conference:Hong Kong SARS Forum and Hopsital Authority Convention 2004, Hong Kong, China, 8 - 11 May, 2004
2004
58
 
The efficacy of Chinese calligraphic handwriting (CCH) on stroke patients: A multiple cases study. In Korczyn, Amos D. (Ed.)
Proceeding/Conference:Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Vascular Dementia
2002
66
 
Psychoneuroendocrine outcomes of psychosocial interventions for breast cancer patients in Hong Kong: Phase I results
Proceeding/Conference:Annual Meeting of the Psychoneuroimmunology Research Society, PNIRS 2005
2005
73
 
2005
66
 
Explanatory style and posttraumatic growth after bereavement: A study among college students in Hong Kong.
Proceeding/Conference:Proceedings of the 42nd Australian Psychological Society Annual Conference
2007
30
 
2007
80
 
Hope, hopelessness, and suicide ideation: Why some people will not think about committing suicide even in hopeless situations
Proceeding/Conference:Biennial World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health
2009
40
 
2005
71
 
Resilience following highly stressful events among the Chinese
Proceeding/Conference:Biennial World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health
2009
35
 
A local assessment tools for grief reactions
Proceeding/Conference:Innovative Bereavement Care in Local Practice
2000
27
 
Positive Psychology: International, Cross-Cultural and Clinical Implications
Proceeding/Conference:The American Psychological Association 110th Annual Convention, Chicago, USA, 22 - 25 August 2002
2002
26
 
Positive Psychology in Chinese Culture: Research and Practice
Proceeding/Conference:The Second International Positive Psychology Summit, Washington D.C., USA, October 2003
2003
44
 
What helps in bereavement?: Qualitative Study of Chinese Widows in Hong Kong.
Proceeding/Conference:Asia Pacific Hospice Conference, APHC 2005
2005
53
 
The development of the HKU-Tsinghua University Joint Research Center for Psychological Counseling
Proceeding/Conference:Paper Presented at the International Congress for Psychotherapy, Kunming, China
2001
25
 
2003
57
 
Death and Grief Research in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:Conference on Suicide Prevention and Life Education, Macau, China, September 2004
2004
43
 
Grief in Chinese
Proceeding/Conference:Paper Presented at the Psychological Care at the End of Life. The 2001 Annual General Meeting/Annual Scientific Meeting of the Hong Kong Society of Palliative Medicine
2001
41
 
Why people report positive changes after a traumatic event? Cognitive style of resilient people after hereditary colorectal cancer genetic testing
Proceeding/Conference:The 22nd International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) Annual Conference
2006
39
 
Death metaphors - another dimension of death
Proceeding/Conference:Paper Presented at the Death and the Life-World, Hong Kong, China, 27 March 2002
2002
32
 
2005
60
 
Sketches of death among healthcare professionals in Hong Kong
Proceeding/Conference:Annual General Meeting of the Society for the Promotion of Hospice Care Ltd
2000
29
 
The interaction between lifestyle and treatment outcome among Type I diabetes
Proceeding/Conference:Symposium conducted at the meeting of the International Association of Chinese Medical Specialists and Psychologists, Guangzhou, China, March 2001
2001
36
 
The relationships between key strengths and mental health: A study in Mainland China
Proceeding/Conference:Biennial World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health
2009
32