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CEBP Conference - Bridging the Gap: Translating Interdisciplinary Research into Evidence-Based Practice

CEBP Conference – Bridging the Gap: Translating Interdisciplinary Research into Evidence-Based Practice

29-05-2019

The Centre of Interdisciplinary Research in Evidence-Based Practice (CEBP) convened the first Institutional Development Scheme International Conference in May.

RGC Project: Recent developments in Theoretical and Applied Econometrics Analysis

28-11-2018

RGC Project: Recent developments in Theoretical and Applied Econometrics Analysis

Five research projects receive funding from Research Grants Council

Five research projects receive funding from Research Grants Council

04-10-2018

Hong Kong Shue Yan University (HKSYU) has been successful in obtaining HK$2.68 million funding for five research projects under the Research Grants Council (RGC)’s 2018/2019 Competitive Research Funding Schemes (CRFS) for the Local Self-financing Degree Sector.

Research Project: Construction and validation of Chinese scale measuring statistics anxiety of university students

Research Project: Construction and validation of Chinese scale measuring statistics anxiety of university students

21-05-2018

In this statistics anxiety study, Dr. FU Wai will focus not only on Chinese university students, but also postgraduate students; he will also add the special feature of belief in fate and luck in his self-generated statistics anxiety scale.

Research project: “One Belt, One River”: Maritime and Inland River Trade in Guangdong and Guangxi Provinces (1897–1926)

Research project: “One Belt, One River”: Maritime and Inland River Trade in Guangdong and Guangxi Provinces (1897–1926)

In this project, Dr. CHOI Sze-hang will address the conflict and cooperation between two aspects of private Chinese maritime trade on the coasts and inland rivers of Guangdong and Guangxi provinces

Research output: Nonlinear Cointegration and Relevant Market Definition:A Study of Grocery Markets

Research output: Nonlinear Cointegration and Relevant Market Definition:A Study of Grocery Markets

30-04-2018

Dr. LEE and his research team finds the existence of price co-movement in Hong Kong grocery market is unlikely due to collusion but market competition, and the benefit of one-stop grocery shopping in supermarket chains can lower transaction costs.

Project title: Developing and Validating a Parent-Focused Intervention to Enhance the Executive Function Skills of Young Chinese Children from Low-Income Families

Project title: Developing and Validating a Parent-Focused Intervention to Enhance the Executive Function Skills of Young Chinese Children from Low-Income Families

28-03-2018

Executive functioning (EF) refers to a broad set of cognitive processes that enable individuals to regulate and organize their thoughts or actions to meet adaptive goals. EF skills grow rapidly in the preschool years.

Shue Yan Interdisciplinary Research Platform encourages knowledge transfer across disciplines

Shue Yan Interdisciplinary Research Platform encourages knowledge transfer across disciplines

09-02-2018

On 15th November, 2017, Hong Kong Shue Yan University (HKSYU) celebrated the successful conclusion of its first project under the Institutional Development Scheme (IDS) of the Research Grants Council in which an interdisciplinary research platform has been established to bring bright and creative research ideas of interdisciplinary subjects to ...

Research Project: Promote the dialogue between positive neuroscience scientists and practitioners

Research Project: Promote the dialogue between positive neuroscience scientists and practitioners

30-11-2017

Inter-Institutional Development Scheme (IIDS) 2017/2018 research project: “Positive Neuroscience: A Dialogue Between Scientists and Practitioners”.

Research Result: “The missing link: An investigation of Moism, the School of Names, and the School of Diplomats, and their place in the history of ancient Chinese psychology” (by Dr. FU Wai)

Research Result: “The missing link: An investigation of Moism, the School of Names, and the School of Diplomats, and their place in the history of ancient Chinese psychology” (by Dr. FU Wai)

Research Result: “The missing link: An investigation of Moism, the School of Names, and the School of Diplomats, and their place in the history of ancient Chinese psychology”.