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1 Weining Chu Chang January, 2014 Office Address: Research in Clinical Sciences Duke-National University of Singapore Graduate School of Medicine Institute of Mental Health 10 Buangkok View Singapore Home Address: Dalvey Road Singapore, Citizenship: Naturalized US Citizen Permanent Resident of Singapore Education BA Law National Taiwan University MA Psychology University of Houston Ph.D. Psychology University of Houston Postdoctoral Training I. Research Research methods in cultural and social/personality psychology The Stress and Family Project Graduate School of Education Harvard University (Summers in residence) Research methods in mental health Pacific/Asian American Mental Health Research Center & Institute of Social Research 1983, 1985 University of Michigan/Ann Arbor (Summers in residence) Chinese Culture and Philosophies John Fairbank Center of East Asian Studies Harvard University (Summers in residence) II. Practice Culture and diversity issues in training and clinical practice, CE courses American Psychological Association.

2 Psycho-social Intervention for Post-Traumatic- Stress-Disorder, National Center for Post-Traumatic-Stress-Disorder, USA Couples, Family and Organizational development, CE Courses, American Psychological Association. Professional Experiences Adjunct Professor of Psychology 2011 present Office of Research in Clinical Sciences Duke-NUS Graduate School of Medicine Singapore & Concurrent with Duke-NUS appointment Temasek PTPR Programs Institute of Mental Health Singapore Visiting Professor of Psychology School of Business University of Western Australia Visiting Professor of Psychology School of Psychology University of Western Australia Perth, Australia Visiting Professor of Psychology Faculty of Life Sciences Roehampton University London, England United Kingdom Associate Professor Division of Psychology School of Humanities and Social Sciences Nanyang Technological University Visiting Associate Professor Department of Psychology (on sabbatical leave from NUS) University of California/Berkeley Berkeley California Associate Professor Department of Social Work & Psychology National University of Singapore Singapore Assistant-Associate-Full Professor Department of Psychology Texas Southern University (Tenured) (Tenured) 2

3 Houston, Texas, USA Short-term and Visiting Appointments Area Consultant (Asia Region, China) Task Force Cross-cultural Applicability of ICD-11 World Health Organization present Visiting Scholar Summer, 2014 Department of Psychology University of California Berkeley, California. USA External Examiner University of Wales Validation Program for BSc (Hons) in Applied Psychology Raffles Education Corporation Singapore Visiting Scholar 2007 Department of Educational Psychology University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota Visiting Scholar 2004 Culture and Emotions Laboratory Department of Psychology Stanford University Consultant Center for Health Behavior Education and Research College of Medicine The University of Hong Kong Hong Kong, China Visiting Assistant to Associate professor Department of Psychology University of Houston Houston, Texas, USA Administrative Appointment Vice Dean for Research and Graduate Studies School of Humanities and Social Sciences Nanyang Technological University Head (Founding Head of the Division) 3

4 Division of Psychology School of Humanities and Social Sciences Nanyang Technological University Research Team Leader Harvard Institute of International Development Texas Southern University Basic Research in Developing Education Systems (BRIDGES) Institute of International Development Harvard University Project Team Leader Minority Access to Research Careers (MARC) Development of Psychological Research Laboratories Texas Southern University Houston, Texas Professional License Licensed psychologist in the State of Texas, Registrar psychologist, Singapore, 2002 to present. Awards and Honors Research Awards and Honors 1. Excellent Paper Award, Division 52, American Psychological Association 2009 Jointly won with Lena Lim. 2. International Merit Award, Division 52, American Psychological Association, Jointly won with Lena Lim. 3. Essential Science Indicator tm : top 1% of the most influential Scientists in the Psychology and Psychiatry Category, DBS Bank Proposal Award, National Medical Research Council and Development Bank of Singapore, Jointly won with Daniel Fung Academic Honors 1. Who s who in the World, Medicine and Health Sciences, Marquis Who s Who in the World , 2. IBC Gold Medal (Education in Health Sciences), International Biographical Centre, Cambridge, UK Public Service Honors 1. Nanyang Humanitarian Award, Nanyang Technological University, Gold Medal of Singapore (Contribution to Education in Singapore by an American Citizen), American Biographical Institute, USA,

5 3. People to People Ambassador, United States of America, Professional Delegation on Conflict Resolution and Arbitration and Mediation, to China, April 8 ~ 16, People to People Ambassador, United States of America, Psychology of Social Issues Delegation to South Africa, Panel Member, Policy Consultation Committee on National Development, Office of the Prime Minister, Taiwan, External Reviewer for National Research Center of Excellence Award, Section on Humanities and Social Sciences, National Science Foundation, Taiwan Member, Committee on Ethnic Minority Scholarship, American Psychological Association, Member, Advisory Panel, National Network for Minority Women in Sciences, American Association for the Advancement of Sciences (AAAS), Awarded for Achievement and Contribution to the Education of Chinese American Women, Chinese American Women s Association, Editorial Appointments Associate Editor (Asia and Australia) International Journal of Cross-cultural Management, ; Consulting Editor, , 2010 present. Member of the Advisory Board, Book Series in international and cultural psychology, Kluwer/Plenum Publisher, 1999-present Consulting Editor, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, ; Guest editor for special issue in modernity and tradition in Asia Member, Editorial Board, Advances in Applied Sociology, present Member, Board of Reviewers, American Journal of Health Behaviors, Member, Editorial Board, Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development, present Editor, Asian Psychologist, Official publication of the Singapore Psychological Society, Consulting Editor, Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, Consulting Editor, Journal of Applied Chinese Psychology, present Manuscript reviewer: American Journal of Health Behaviors Journal of Clinical Psychology 5

6 Journal of Personality Journal of Personality Research Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology Journal of Managerial Psychology Professional Membership Member, American Psychological Association Member, International Society of Clinical Psychology Member, Asian Association for Social Psychology Member, International Association of Chinese Medical Specialists & Psychologists Listed in International and Area Studies Directory, Harvard University. Grants Awarded Temasek Foundation Project on Post Traumatic Community Psychological Reconstruction Programs China, Thailand and Indonesia. Temasek Foundation of Singapore Amount awarded: S$2,600, Mental Wellbeing Indicators of Singapore Adults, Adolescents, and Children Singapore Health Promotion Board Amount awarded: S$ 160, Youth at Risk Project National Survey of Singaporean Adolescents Research Unit, Prison Service of Singapore Amount awarded: S$150, Coping with SARS: Identifying indigenous strengths Co-Principal Investigator with Dr. Daniel Fung National Medical Research Board Republic of Singapore Amount awarded: S$ 140, A cultural psychology approach to psychological measurements construction University Research Council National University of Singapore Amount awarded: S$260, Transmission of values with language and in the family Principal Investigator Ministry of Education Republic of Singapore 6

7 Amount awarded: S$20, Study of immigrant acculturation in Singapore Principal Investigator Faculty Research Committee National University of Singapore Amount awarded: S$50, Development and Validation of Asian Children s measure of depression and Anxiety Lee Foundation Singapore Amount awarded: S$5, Adaptive and maladaptive consequences of achievement in Singapore Chinese Principal Investigator Faculty Research Committee National University of Singapore Amount awarded: S$35, Cultural origins of the achievement motivation in Singapore Principal Investigator Funded by the Faculty Research Committee National University of Singapore Amount awarded: S$20, The nature of achievement motivation in Singapore Principal Investigator Funded by Faculty Research Committee National University of Singapore Amount awarded: S$ 12, Psychological and social cultural adjustment during cross-cultural transitions Co-principal investigator Funded by Faculty Research Committee National University of Singapore Amount awarded: S$38, A social psychological study of successful management in Singapore Principal investigator National Productivity Board/Singapore Amount awarded S$20, Director 7

8 Basic Research in Developing Educational System (BRIDGES) TSU-Harvard Collaborative Project Harvard Institute of International Development Amount awarded: US $500, Publications Publication in English Internationally Refereed Journal Articles 1. Chai, S. B., Chang, W. C., Ooi, Y. P., & Fung, D. (2013). Validation of Yale Brown Child Obsessive Compulsive Disorder scale. Advances in Mental Health, 12(1), Teh, H., Archer, J., Chang, W. C. & Chen, A. (2013). Mental Wellbeing Mediates the Relationship between Perceived Stress and Perceived Health, Stress & Health, in press. 3. Chan, M. F., Isa, M., Chang, W. C., Chew, L., Sun, Y. L. (2013). Construction and validation of a mental wellbeing scale. Psychology, 4(7), Chan, Y., Chang, W. C., Quang, W., Lam, S., & Deng, H. (2013). Efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy on post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms of Chinese bereaved adolescent earthquake survivors. Psychiatric Services, forthcoming. In press. 5. Chang, W. C., & Koh, J. B. K. (2012). A measure of depression in an Asian cultural Community: Singapore. Depression Theory and Treatment. 2012, doi: /2012/ Chang, W. C. & Lee, L. (2012). The Concentric Circle revisited: Relationships and self representations in a modern Chinese community., Psychology, 3(4), Chang, W.C., Bin Osmam, M., Tong, E. M. W., & Tan, D. (2011). Subjective wellbeing of two ethnic groups in Singapore. Psychology, 2 (2), Lim, L. H., Chang, W. C., Yu, X., Chiu, H., Chong, M. & Kua, E. (2011). Depression in Chinese elderly populations. Asia-Pacific Psychiatry, 3(2), Tong, E. M. W., & Federickson, B., Chang, W. C. & Lim, Z. X. (2010). Reexamination Hope: The role of agency thinking and pathway thinking, Cognition & Emotion, 24(7),

9 10. Lim, L. H. & Chang, W. C. (2009). Role of collective self-esteem on youth violence in Singapore incarcerated youth. International Journal of Psychology, 44(1), Tong, E. M. W., & Chang, W. C. (2008). Group entity belief: An individual difference construct based on implicit theories of social identities. Journal of Personality, 76(4), Chang, W. C. & Wong, K. (2008). The socially oriented achievement goals of Singaporean Chinese students, International Journal of Psychology, 43(5), Tong, E, M. W., Chang, W. C., & Koo, L. S. (2007). Multiple processes associated with self-esteem as a function of attribute types. Journal of Research in Personality, 41(4), Chang, W. C. & Lim, L. H., (2007). Resilience and Subjective Wellbeing in an Asian Context: Singapore. Journal of Psychology in the Chinese Societies, 8(1), Koh, J. B. K., Chang, W. C., Fung, D., Woo, B., & Kee, C. (2007). Conceptualization and manifestation of depression in an Asian context: Formal construction and validation of a children's depression scale in Singapore, Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, 31, Chang, W. C. (2007). Forged in fire: Indigenous resilience factors of Singaporean Chinese and Malays. Advances in Asian Social Psychology, 4, Woo, B. S. C., Chang, W. C., Fung, D. S. S., Koh, J. B. K., Leong, J. S. F. Kee, C. H. Y., Seah, C. K. F. (2004). Development and validation of a depression scale for Asian adolescents, Journal of Adolescence, 27(6), , 18. Hong, R. Y., Tan, M. S., & Chang, W. C. (2004). Locomotion and assessment: Self-regulation and subjective well-being. Personality and Individual Differences, 37 (2), (2) 19. Chang, W. C., & Sivam, R. (2004). Constant vigilance: Heritage values and defensive pessimism in coping with SARS in Singapore, Asian Journal of Social Psychology: Special Issue on SARS, 7, (15) 20. Chang, W. C. (2004). Gender differences in learning styles: An empirical study of the National University of Singapore students, Teaching and Learning, 7(1), Chang, W. C. (2003). Tradition and modernity in a post modern world, Editorial comments on the exchange between K. S. Yang, and K. K. Hwang, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 6(1), Chang, W. C., Wong, W. K., & Koh, J. B. K. (2003). Chinese values in Singapore: Tradition and modern, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 6(1),

10 23. Leong, F. & Chang, W. C. (2003). Modernity and Tradition as Cultural dimension- Introduction to special issue on modernity and tradition, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 6(1), 2-4. (2) 24. Xiao, Y., & Chang, W. C., (2003). Stress-and-coping of children in China, Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 3(2), Chang, W. C., & Quak, L. (2003). The impact of collectivism and situational variations on the motivation to achieve in Singapore, Progress in Asian social Psychology, 3, Chang, W. C., & Barrett, M. (2002). Psychology in Asia-Introduction to special issue on psychology in Asia, Asian Psychologist, 3(1), Tong, E. M. W, & Chang, W. C. (2000). Inter-group conflict resolution: A review of major proposed models. Asian Psychologist, 2(1), Chang, W. C., & Wong, W. K. (2000). The Singapore work ethos: Chinese values and work values, Asian Psychologist, Chang, W. C., Wong, W. K., & Teo, G. ( 2000) Individual-oriented and socialoriented achievement motivation of Singaporean Chinese. Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies. 1(2), Chang, W. C. (2000). In search of the Chinese in all the wrong places. Journal of Psychology in the Chinese Societies. 1(1), Chang, W. C. (2000). Teaching for effective learning. Effective teaching and learning, Singapore: Centre for Learning and Teaching, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, National University of Singapore. 32. Ang, R. & Chang, W. C. (1999) Achievement and affiliative motivation in a collective context, Journal of Social Psychology, 139(4), Chang, W. C. (1998c). A milestone of achievement: Review of the Handbook of Chinese Psychology, Contemporary Psychology, Contemporary Psycholog, 43(5), Chang, W. C., & Wong, W. K. (1998). Chinese values and the motivation to achieve, Asian Psychologist, 1(1), Chang, W. C., Chua, W. & Toh, Y. (1997). The concept of psychological control Progress in Asian Social Psychology, 1, Chang, W. C. (1997a). Gender traits in Singapore: A research note, Journal of Women and Gender Studies, 38(8), Chang, W. C. (1997b). Conflict resolution in the Chinese family, Culture-centered Human Services, Electronic journal publication, Alabama, USA: Center for Multicultural Counseling Services, 1-30, November

11 38. Chang, W. C., Wong, W. K., Teo, G., & Fam, A. (1997). The motivation to achieve in Singapore: In search of a core construct, Personality and Individual Differences, 23(5), Ward, C., & Chang, W. C., (1997). Cultural fit hypothesis: A new perspective on acculturation, International Journal of Intercultural Communications, 21(4), Chang, W. C. (1996a). Toward equal opportunities: Fairness, values and affirmative action programs in the US. Journal of Social Issues, 52(4), Chang, W. C. (1996b). The paradox of self-actualization of East Asians, Perspective, May/June, 1996, 9& Chang, W. C. (1996c). Review of Applied Cross-cultural Psychology, R. Brislin (Ed.). Journal of Cross-cultural psychology, Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology, 27, Chang, W. C. & Dharmawardena, H. L. K. (1991). Educational reform and school achievement in Sri Lanka, Perspectives in Education, 7(4), Jones, A. P., Rozelle, R. M., & Chang, W. C. (1990). Perceiving punishment and reward values of supervisor actions in a Chinese sample, Psychological Report, 35(1), Rozelle, R. M., Jones, A. P., & Chang, W. C. (1990). Job preference in People s Republic of China: Distinguishing the self from others, Journal of Psychology, 12(6), Chang, W. C. (1989a). Domain consistency of psychological differentiation, National Social Science Journal, 3, Chang, W. C. (1989b). The nature and measurement of attitudes, Forum, Sri Lanka: National Institute of Education. 48. Chang, W. C. (1987). Teaching psychology to international students: An exploration of the epistemological framework and learning styles of international students (in the US), Social Science Perspective Journal, 1, Chang, W. C. (1985). A cross-cultural study of depressive symptomatology, Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry, 9, Doughtie, E. B., Chang, W. C., Alston, H., Wakefield, J. L., & Yom, B. L. (1976). Black and White differences on the vocational preference inventory. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 8(1), Wakefield, J. A., Jr., Alston, H. L., Yom, B. L., Daughtie, E. B. & Chang, W. C. (1975). Personality types and traits in the vocational preference inventory. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 6(1),

12 52. Yom, B. L., Daughtie, E. B., Chang, W. C., Alston, H. L., Wakefield, J. A., (1975). The factor structure of the vocational inventory for black and white students, Journal of Vocational Behavior, 6(1), Wakefield, J. A., Alston, H. L., Yom, B. L., Doughtie, E. B., & Chang, W. C., (1975). The geometric relationship between Holland s personality typology and the vocational preference for black students, Journal of Counseling Psychology, 2, Book Chapters and Monographs 1. Chang, W. C. (2014) Post-disaster Leadership Training for Community Reconstruction- A training curriculum., Institute of Mental Health, Singapore. 2. Chang, W. C. (2013a). THRIVE- Construction and validation of Children and adolescent mental wellbeing scales the Y-MWEB. Health Promotion Board Singapore. 3. Chang, W. C. (2013b). Self and quality of life: A dynamic mediating process. Invited chapter for Springer Encyclopedia of Quality of Life, Springer, USA. 4. Chang, W. C. (2012a). Conceptualization and operationalization of mental wellbeing in Singaporean youth and adolescents Part I The prototype. Health Promotion Board, Singapore. 5. Chang, W. C. (2012b). Conceptualization and operationalization of mental wellbeing in youth and adolescents Part II Internal structure and dimensions. Health Promotion Board, Singapore. 6. Chang, W. C. (2012b). Construction and validation of a short form of the Singapore Mental Wellbeing Scale (SMWEB-S). Health Promotion Board, Singapore. 7. Chang, W. C. (2012c). Second wave validation of the Singapore Mental Wellbeing Scale (SMWEB). Health Promotion Board, Singapore. 8. Chang, W. C. (2011). Asian Mental Wellbeing Scale: Conceptualization and Manifestation of Mental Wellbeing in an Asian Context- Singapore, Report to Health Promotion Board, Singapore. 9. Essau, C. A. & Chang, W. C. (2009). Epidemiology, Co-morbidity, and course of adolescent depression In C. A. Essau (Ed.). Treatments for adolescent depression, (pp. 3 26), London: Oxford University Press. 10. Chang, W. C. (2009). Youth at Risk: National Survey of Violence, Gambling and Drug Use Behaviors of Singaporean youth. Monograph, Report to Singapore Prison Services. 11. Chang, W. C. (2008). Emotional resilience and subjective wellbeing - the Asian context, Happiness and its causes, Happiness and it causes: Collection of Articles, 1st Annual Happiness & Its Causes Asia Conference, 2008: Singapore. 12

13 12. Chang, W. C., & Koh, J. B. K., (2003). Culture, values and languages of Singaporean Chinese adolescents, Report to the Ministry of Education, Republic of Singapore. 13. Koh, J. B. K., & Chang, W. C., Fung, D., & Kee, C. (2002). Preliminary development of a culturally appropriate measure for Asian children s depression. In N. N. Singh, T. Ollendick, A. N. Singh (Eds.). International perspectives on child and adolescent mental health, (pp ), Netherland: Elsevier. 14. Chang, W. C. & Koh, J. B. K. (2002). Temporal and linguistic stability and variation of Chinese Values in Singapore youth between 1990 and Research Report to Ministry of Education, Singapore. 15. Chang, W. C. (2001). Multiculturalism, self, and peace in Southeast Asia, Invited paper the 7 th International Symposium on Peace and Psychology, International Union of Psychological Sciences, Manila, Philippines. 16. Chang, W. C., M. Beevi d/o Mohamed (2000) What makes Chuming learn: Achievement motivation and goals in a secondary school English class in Singapore, In Work Values and Organizational Behavior toward the New Millennium, (pp.71-76), Jerusalem: Bar-Ilan University, School of Management. 17. Ward, C. A., Chang, W. C., & Lopez-Nerney, S., (1999). Psychological and sociocultural adjustment of Filipina domestic workers in Singapore, In J. C. Lasry, J. Adair, & K. Dion (Eds.). Latest contributions to cross-cultural psychology, (pp ), Lisse, The Nether lands: Swets & Zeitlinger. 18. Chang, W. C. (1998a). Ethnic identity of Chinese overseas, In G. T. Zhung, (Ed.). Ethnic Chinese at the turn of the century, (pp.61-79), Fujian, China: Renmin Publications 19. Chang, W. C. (1998b). A model of the motivation to achieve in a collectivist society the Chinese, In A. Konrad (Ed.). Work values and organizational behaviors: From the cross-cultural perspective, (pp.34-39), Istanbul Turkey: International Association for Work and Organizational Values. 20. Chang, W. C. & Wong, W, K. (1998a). Rational Traditionalism: Chinese values in Singapore, In H. Lim and R. Singh (Eds.). Values and Development: A multidisciplinary approach with some comparative studies, (pp ). Center for Advanced Studies, National University of Singapore. 21. Chang, W. C., Wong, W. K. (1998b). Chinese values and achievement motivation in Singapore, In G. Wang & L. C. Wang (Eds.). Chinese Diaspora: Selected Essays, Singapore: Marshall Cavendish. 22. Chang, W. C. (1997b). Qin, li, fa: An exploration of fairness heuristics of the Chinese, In N. T. Tan (Ed). Alternative Dispute Resolutions, (pp ) Singapore: Times Academic press. 13

14 23. Chang, W. C. (1997a). Values, achievement motivation and gender traits in Singapore: Implications for development, In Proceedings of International Conference on Women in the Asia-Pacific Region: Persons, powers and politics, (pp ), University of Singapore, Singapore. 24. Chang, W. C., (1995). Conflict resolution in a collective context the Chinese, Training manual, The Common Bond Institute USA and Russia. 25. Chang, W. C. (1993). The concept of mastery in the need for achievement in Singapore: An implication for planning and designing the teaching-learning environment, In K. A. Toh, (Ed.). Curriculum research and practice: Cauldron or crucible, (pp ), Proceedings of the Xth international Conference on Education Research, Singapore. 26. National Productivity Board/Singapore (1992a). Managing high performance, (W. C. Chang, Project leader and principal author), Singapore: National Productivity Board 27. Chang, W. C., (1992b). Culturally conditioned work attitudes and need for achievement in Singapore. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Work and Organizational Values, (pp ), Prague: International Organization of Work and Organizational Values. 28. Chang, W. C., Dharmarwadena, S., & Teas, M. (1988). A study of the principals under educational reform in Sri-Lanka. Ministry of Education, Sri Lanka. 29. Chang, W. C., (1987). Empathy: A cross-cultural encounter: A social psychological approach, In J. Lau (Ed.). Empathy and Transference, Boston: University of Massachusetts Press. 30. Chang, W. C. (1989). The nature and measurement of attitudes, in G. B. Gunawardene (Ed.). Colloquia on Education Lead Papers, (pp ), Research Unit, National Institute of Education, Sri, Lank 31. Chang, W. C., Madison, A., & Higdon, B. W., (1986). Variables affecting policies, programs and implementations in access to school: a literature review, Basic Research in Developing Education Systems (BRIDGES) Reports, Harvard Institute of International Development (HIID), Harvard University. 32. Mitchell, J., Belle, D., Chang, W. C. Greywolf, E., Steele, E. & Schuller, R., (1982). Discrimination, In Life in stress: women s depression, D. Belle, (Ed.). California: Sage Publications. 33. Chang, W. C. (1977). An experimental study of cognitive styles and self-concept in inner city five year olds, Report, Research Division of Houston Independent School District, Houston, Texas. 34. Chang, W. C. (1976). A survey of cognitive styles and language development in inner-city children, Report, Research Division, Houston, Independent School District, Houston, Texas. 14

15 Publications in Chinese Journal Articles 1. Chang, W. C. (2/2000). Cun shuwenhua kan shicen (Viewing Singapore from the perspective of popular cultures), Yuan (Origins), Chang, W. C. (8/2001). Anticipating a new era of the culture scene in Singapore (in Chinese), Yuan, August Chang, W. C. (August/1999) Zhanzai ershiyi shiji de menkan (At the threshold of the new millennium), Yuan, 3, Chang, W. C. (1997c). Chinese values in Singaporean adolescents (In Chinese), Yuan, Chinese Family Association: Singapore. 5. Chang, W. C. (1997g). On values of Singaporean Chinese adolescents, Overseas Chinese History Studies, (in Chinese) (Quarterly), winter, 1997, Chang, W. C. (1981). Psychology and its applications, (in Chinese), Science and Technology Review, 2, Chang, W. C. (1980). Experimental methods used in psychology (in Chinese), Science and Technology Review, 1, Book Chapters and Monographs 1. Chang, W. C. (1984b). Cultural differences, behavioral principles and management practices, Monograph in Chinese, Beijing, China: Commission of Sciences. 2. Chang, W. C. (1999). Developing effective counseling services for the Chinese community in Singapore, (in Chinese), Proceedings of the First National Mandarin Counseling Conference, (pp.87-88), Singapore: Carecorner Counseling Center. 3. Chang, W. C., Teo, G., & Wong, W. K., (1995). Need for achievement and the social and individual orientation of Chinese Singaporean secondary school students (in Chinese), Monograph, Association of Chinese Psychology, Taipei, Taiwan. Manuscripts under Review Ren, Z.J., & Chang, W. C. Coping with burn injuries by Chinese victims- social anxiety as an aggravating factor. Fan, Q., & Chang, W. C. an Asian cultural dimension of social anxiety. Sivam, R. & Chang, W. C. Psychological resilience in Singapore employed workers. 15

16 Technical Reports and Assessment Instruments 1. Health Promotion Board/ Singapore (2012a). Singapore Adolescent Mental Wellbeing Scale. Health Promotion Board. 2. Health Promotion Board/Singapore (2012b). Singapore Children Mental Wellbeing Scale. Health Promotion Board. 3. Health Promotion Board/Singapore (2012c). Psychological Resilience Scale for Adolescents. 4. Chang, W. C., & Mohamed, I. (2011). A Social Desirability Scale. Health Promotion Board, Singapore. 5. Chang, W. C. (2010). Singapore Mental Wellbeing Indicator. Health Promotion Board, Singapore. 6. Chang, W. C. (2009). Attitude toward Marriage & Close Relationships, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 7. Chang, W. C. (2009). Attitude toward Gambling, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 8. Chang, W. C. (2009). Attitude toward Drug Use, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 9. Lim, L. H. X. & Chang, W. C. (2008). Attitude toward Violence, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 10. Chang, W. C. (2005). Asian Subjective Wellbeing, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 11. Chang, W. C., Tan, P. & Koh, J. B. K. (2004). Singaporean Chinese Parenting Style (Yan & Ci), Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 12. Chang, W. C. (2000) Attitude toward Work (A measure of achievement motivation), Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 13. Chang, W. C. & Koh, J. B. K. (2000). Attitude toward group: Institutional, affective Interdependence and collective-self identification as dimensions of allocentrism, (A scale with three forms). Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 14. Chang, W. C., & Neo, A. H. W. (2003). A multi-dimensional measure of the implicit belief about Quanzxi, Department of Psychology, National University of Singapore. 15. Chang, W. C., Chua, W. L, & Toh, Y. (1996). Primary and Secondary Control Scale, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University 16

17 16. Chang, W. C., Chu, R., & Koh, J. B. K. (2003). Asian Subjective Wellbeing (Abbreviated version), Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 17. Chang, W. C., Chu, R., Koh, J. B. K. & Wu, J. (2008). Asian Subjective Wellbeing. (Abbreviated Chinese version). 18. Chang, W. C. & Wong, K. S. (2008). The Socially Oriented Achievement Goal, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. 19. Hong, R. Y. S., & Chang, W. C. (2001). Coping Flexibility, Department of Psychology, National University of Singapore. 20. Chang, W. C., & Low, C. (2002). Emotion self-regulation, An individual difference measure, Division of Psychology, Nanyang Technological University. Presentations 1. Chang, W. C. (2015). Complex and dynamic conceptualization of the self the core of Chinese psychology. Invited Key Note Address. Association of Chinese Applied Psychology. Taipei, Taiwan Chang, W. C. (2014). Psychological resilience and mental wellbeing of Asian children. Invited presentation, Indonesian Psychiatric Association, Indonesia. 3. Chang, W. C., & Deng, H. (2014). Community mental health services for posttraumatic psycho-social reconstruction of Asian post-disaster communities. Invited presentation, 5 th International Conference on Mental Health Crisis. Chiamgmai, Thailand. 4. Chang, W. C. (2014b). Working in the community for mental health services. Invited presentation, April29, 2014, Xinan Minzhu University, Chengdu, Sichuan, China. 5. Chang, W. C. (2013a). How recent research in mental health contributes to mental health services and policies. Invited Speech, Temasek-Institute of Mental Health Institute, International Leadership Forum on Post-disaster community Development. September 26 th, Singapore. 6. Chang, W. C. (2013b). Youth Mental Wellbeing in Modern Asian Cultural Context. Invited Seminar, Sichuan Normal University affiliated Primary School, Chengdu, Sichuan, March 19, Chang, W. C. (2012). Help-Seeking behaviors of Asian trauma victims. Invited presentation at the Child Guidance Centre, Institute of Mental Health. December, 14, Chang, W. C. (2012a). Gender roles and marital relationships in transition: Implications for family and relationship therapy practice in contemporary China. Invited presentation at the Annual West China Psychiatric Conference, June, 2012, Chengdu, China. 17

18 9. Chai, S. B., Chang, W. C., Ooi, Y. P., & Fung, D. S. S. (2012). The validity of Children s Yale - Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale (CYBORCS) in a Singaporean sample. Poster presented at the 13 th ASEAN Federation of Psychiatry and Mental Health, Singapore, November 16-17, Wu, E., Chang, W. C. & Qu, L. (2012b). Stress-and-coping of Chinese returnee scholar families. Poster presented at the Annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Orlando, USA. August, Wu, E. L., Chang, W. C. & Qu, L. (2012a). Stress and consequences of Chinese returnee scholars. Paper presented in Asian Conference of Psychology, Osaka, Japan, April, Chang, W. C. (2011d). Responsible gambling in Singapore. Invited commentary at the Institute of Policy Studies, National University of Singapore. June 9, Chang, W. C. (2011c). Convergent validity of Singapore Gambling Scale. Invited presentation at the 3 rd Asia-Pacific Conference on Problem Gambling. Hong Kong, June 3, Chang, W. C. (2011b). Mental wellbeing in the context of culture. Invited presentation at School of Life Sciences, Roehampton University, London, England, UK. May 28, Chang, W. C. (2011a). Asian Mental Wellbeing Indicators Culture and theoretical framework. Invited presentation at the First Asia-Pacific Mental Wellbeing Conference, Health Promotion Board, Singapore, March Fan, Q. Q., Chang, W. C. & Olatuniji, B. (2011). Social anxiety among Chinese people. Poster presented at the Annual Conference of Anxiety Disorders Association of America, New Orleans, USA. March, Chang, W. C. (2010h). Psychological Wellbeing Indicator for children (5 6), Journal Club Presentation at the Child and Adolescent Branch, Institute of Mental Health, Singapore, September 14, Chang, W. C. (2010g). Culture and Psychological Wellbeing. Invited presentation at the School of Psychology, University of Western Australia, August 27, Chang, W. C. (2010f). Depression in Modern Asia. Invited paper presented at the First International Conference of Association of Asian Indigenous Psychology, Indonesia, July Chang, W. C. (2010e). Mental health, subjective wellbeing and psychological resilience in a Chinese community Singapore. Invited presentation, Department of Psychology, Linyi University, China, May, Chang, W. C. (2010d). Developing resilience and mental health as strategies towards psychological reconstruction in earthquake affected communities in 18

19 China. Invited symposium Huaxi Medical Faculty, Sichuan University, June 6, Chang, W. C. (2010c). Mental health indicators as an outcome measure for psychiatric intervention. Invited presentation, First Xinjiang Medical University. Urumuqi Xinjiang, June 12, Chang, W. C. (2010b). Recent advances in mental health research in Singapore. Invited presentation, Graduate School of Education, Beijing Normal University, Zhuhai Campus, June 14, Chang, W. C. (2010a). Youth at Risk: Problem and Pathological Gambling, Prevalent rates and Potential Indicators. Invited presentation by the Singapore Council for Problem Gambling, at the Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports, Singapore, January 21, Wu, E. L., & Chang, W. C. (2010). Stress and coping of Chinese returned scholars. Paper presented at the 7 th International Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas (ISSCO), Singapore, May Chang, W. C. (2009g). Culture and the concept of mental health, Presentation at the Journal Club, Health Promotion Board, Singapore, October 29, Chang, W. C. (2009f). Psychological First response in the aftermath of Sichuan earthquake. Invited workshop by Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, October 10, Chang, W. C. (2009e). Symptom presentation and diagnosis of depression in varied cultural contexts. Invited workshop conducted at the First Xinjiang Medical University, China, September 28, Chang, W. C. (2009d). Family as a Unit of Analysis in Asian Behavioral Research. Invited presentation at School of Applied Social Sciences, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, September 24, Chang, W. C. (2009c). Singaporean youth understands of gambling behaviors and assessment of problem and pathological gambling. Paper Presented at Singapore Gambling Conference, Singapore, August 17-18, Chang, W. C. (2009b). Bicultural Adaptation and Life and Work Satisfaction. Paper to be presented at the International Symposium on Bi-culturalism, Hong Kong, June 24 29, Chang, W. C. (2009a). The concentric circle revisited: Independent, interdependent, relational and collective self construal of the Chinese people. Paper presented at the 5 th International Self Conference, Al Ain, Dubai: University of the United Arab Emirates, Jan 13-15, Chang, W. C. (2008a). Asian Subjective Wellbeing, Paper presented at the Happiness Workshop, College of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences Research Center (CLASS), November 20 ~ 21, 2008, Singapore. 19

20 34. Chang, W. C. (2008b). Emotional resilience and subjective wellbeing - the Asian context, Happiness and its causes, 1st Annual Happiness & Its Causes Asia November 20 ~ 21, Singapore. 35. Chang, W. C. (2008c). Resilience Factors of Children Exposed to Family Violence. Paper presented at the 5 th Congress of the Asian Society for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry & Allied Professionals, Singapore, August 29 th, Chang, W. C. (2008d). Proposed Psychological rehabilitation for Sichuan Earthquake Affected Communities. Presentation for Life: Community Development, Singapore National Library, August 2, Chang, W. C. (2008e). Cultural Models of Achievement of Singaporean Chinese and Malays. Paper presented at the 29 th International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany, July 22, Chang, W. C. (2008f). Subjective Wellbeing in the context of culture. Paper presented at the NTU-HSS and Chulalungkorn University Workshop on Happiness, Chulalungkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, February 14 ~ 15, Koh, J. B. K., Chang, W. C., Fung, D. S., & Kee, C. (2008a) Singaporean Chinese parents conceptualization of childhood depression. Poster presentation at the International Society for Child Behavioral Development, July, Germany. 40. Koh, J. B. K., Chang, W. C., Fung, D. & Kee, C. (2008b). Chinese parents and children s conceptualization of anxiety. Poster presented at the 29 th International Congress of Psychology, Berlin, Germany, July 24, Chang, W. C. (2007a). Resilience attribution of Singaporean Chinese, Workshop presented at the Department of Psychology, Nanjing University, June 2, 2007, Nanjing, China. 42. Chang, W. C. (2007b). Intertwined values, motivations and intertwined goals, Paper presented at the 7 th International Conference of the Asian Association for Social Psychology. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. July 25-28, Chang, W. C. (2007c). Self Determination in the Collectivist Context, Symposium presented at the 7 th International Conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, July 25-28, Chang, W. C. (2007d). Multi-dimensional collectivism, self and self-determination. Paper presented at the Self Determination in the Collectivist Context, Symposium presented at the 7 th International Conference of the Asian Association of Social Psychology. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia, July 25-28, Chang, W. C. (2007e). Family and Individual Resilience. Workshop presented at the Center for Social and Economic Behavior, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, December 4, 2007, Beijing, China. 20

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