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Chinese Name : 梁智熊

Variants : Leung, C. H.

Chi-hung Leung is a Chartered Psychologist with practicising certificate at The British Psychological Society. He has been granted the member of the APS College of Developmental & Educational Psychologists since 2004. He is currently teaching Research Methods, Human Development, and Children with special needs courses. He is now conducting a study of “Use of Filial Play Model to Enhance Teacher-Child and Parent-Child Relationships, and children’s social competence” and leading a TDG project of “Developing and evaluating e-portfolio for the final year project (FYP)”.  He has taught various psychology subjects for nearly 14 years. His research focuses are (a) Play and social competence, (b) Chinese parenting practices, (c) Learning effectiveness among University students, and (d) Assessing moral development of preschool children.


Research interests

Chinese Parenting, Psychometrics, Children with special needs, play, and learing approaches

Professional information

Scopus ID : 33068167400

ORCID : 0000-0002-7469-5672

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Research Outputs

  • 2 Citations (Scopus)

    The concurrent validity of the Internet Addiction Test (IAT) and the Mobile Phone Dependence Questionnaire (MPDQ)

    CHIN, F. F. & LEUNG, C. H., Jun 2018, In : PLoS One. 13, 6, e0197562.

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  • 7 Citations (Scopus)


    梁智熊, Dec 2018.

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    Assessing mobile phone dependency and teens' everyday life in Hong Kong

    LEUNG, C. H., Mar 2017, In : Australian Journal of Psychology. 69, 1, p. 29-38

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  • 5 Citations (Scopus)