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Chinese Name: 張婉文

Variants: Cheung, R. Y. M.

Rebecca Cheung joined The Education University of Hong Kong as an Assistant Professor in 2014. She received her B.S. from Michigan State University and her Ph.D. from University of Notre Dame. Her research interests focus on culture and family processes of child development and mental health. Guided by a developmental psychopathology perspective, she studies the role of contextual factors in shaping the course of normal and atypical development. Her recent work focuses on understanding developmental trajectories and mediation processes linking parental and children’s well-being.

Research interests

Culture, family process, and child development

Developmental psychopathology

Stigma and mental health

Professional information

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Research Outputs 2006 2019

  • 527 Citations
  • 10 h-Index
  • 26 Article
  • 23 Paper
  • 2 Chapter

Being in the moment later? Testing the inverse relation between mindfulness and procrastination

CHEUNG, Y. M. R. & NG, C. Y. M., 07 Jan 2019, In : Personality and Individual Differences. 141, p. 123-126

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Mindfulness
Longitudinal Studies
Students

Expressive writing and well-being in Chinese emerging adults: Is emotion regulation an underlying mechanism?

CHEUNG, Y. M. R., CHUNG, H. S. & NG, C. Y. M., Jan 2019, In : Emerging Adulthood.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Emotions
emotion
well-being
Health
Hong Kong
ADHD
Self Efficacy
Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity
self-efficacy
diagnostic
Hong Kong
Students
Acculturation
Communication Barriers
Social Adjustment
adulthood
Depression
Psychology
experience
Family Relations