Dr. CHOW, Tak Sang Jason
Assistant Academic Vice President (Teaching and Learning Development)
Director, Teaching and Learning Development Office
Director, MSS in Psychology Program
Associate Director, Wan Chow Yuk Fan Center for
Interdisciplinary Evidence-Based Practice and Research
Director, Student Learning and Development Laboratory
- Intimate relationship
BSS (Psychology and Economics), The University of Hong Kong
Chow, T. S., Hui, C. M., & Siu, T. S. U. (2022). “It Is my choice to control myself!”: Testing the mediating roles of expectancy and value in the association between perceived choice and self-control success. Frontiers in Psychology, 1587: 851964.
Chow, T. S., Tang, C. S. K., Siu, T. S. U., & Kwok, H. S. H. (2022). Family Resilience Scale Short Form (FRS16): validation in the US and Chinese samples. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 13: 845803.
Chow, T.S., & Hui, C. M. (2020). How does trait self-compassion benefit self-Control in daily life? An experience sampling study. Mindfulness, 12(1), 162-169.
Yeung, N.C.Y., & Chow, T.S. (2019). Coping with my own way: Mediating roles of emotional expression and social support seeking in the associations between individual differences and post-traumatic growth. Health Psychology Open, 6(1), 2055102919846596.
Ng, H. K. S., Hong, Y. L., Chow, T. S., & Leung, A. N. M. (2018). Nature does not always give you a helping hand: Comparing the prosocial effects of nature at different resource and security levels. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 0146167218794625.
Ng, H. K. S., & Chow, T. S. (2017). The effects of environmental resource and security on aggressive behavior. Aggressive Behavior, 43, 304-314
Chow, T. S., & Wan, H. Y.* (2017). Is there any Facebook depression? Exploring the moderating roles of neuroticism, Facebook social comparison and envy. Personality and Individual Differences, 119, 277-282.
Chow, J. T., Hui, C. M., & Lau, S. (2015). A depleted mind feels inefficacious: Ego-depletion reduces self-efficacy to exert further self-control. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 754-768
Chow, J. T., & Lau, S. (2015). Nature gives us strength: Exposure to nature counteracts ego-depletion. The Journal of Social Psychology, 155, 70-85.
Poon, K., Teng, F., Chow, J.T., & Chen, Z. (2015). Desiring to connect to nature: The effect of ostracism on ecological behavior. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 42, 116-122
Chow, T. S., Hui, C. M., Molden, D., Scholer, A., & Lam, S.M. (June, 2018). Improving self-control and subjective well-being by a three-week self-control training program. An experience sampling study. Oral presentation in the 9th European Conference of Positive Psychology, Budapest, Hungary.
Chow T.S., Hui, C. M., & Lam, S. M. (May, 2018). Individual differences in everyday self-control conflicts: An experience sampling study. Poster presented for the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco.
Chow, T. S. (Mar, 2017). Search for meaning in life predicts prosocial behaviour. Poster accepted for the annual meeting of the second biennial International Convention of Psychology Science, Vienna, Austria.
Chow, T. S., & Wan, H. Y*. (Feb, 2017). Who will develop depression after checking Facebook? Poster accepted for the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio.
Chow, J. T., Hui, C. M., & Lau, S. (Jan, 2016). A depleted mind feels inefficacious: Ego- depletion reduces self-efficacy to exert further self-control. Symposium Presentation in the Annual Conference of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, United States.
Chow, J. T. (Mar, 2015). People are happier when they believe that willpower is unlimited. Poster accepted at the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA.
Chow, J. T., & Lau, S. (Feb, 2014). Is the effect of regulatory resource depletion mediated by self-efficacy? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, Texas.
Chow, J.T., & Lau, S. (May, 2012). Testing a “natural” way to restore self-regulatory strength. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.
*student in SYU
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