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Comparing German and American students’ cognitive strategies and affective attributes toward online inquiry Journal article
Education and Information Technologies, 2020,Volume: 25,Issue: 4,Page: 3357-3382
Authors:  Putman,S. Michael;  Wang,Chuang;  Rickelman,Bob;  Crossley,Antony;  Mittag,Waldemar
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Cognition  Internet  Metacognition  Motivation  Online inquiry  Online reading comprehension  Self-regulation  
Disentangling the Relations Between Different Components of Family Socioeconomic Status and Chinese Preschoolers’ School Readiness Journal article
Family Process, 2020,Volume: x
Authors:  LIXIN REN;  BI YING HU;  XIAO ZHANG
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Chinese Children  Extracurricular Activities  Parental Engagement  School Readiness  Socioeconomic Status  
Unpredictable and competitive cues affect prosocial behaviors and judgments Journal article
Personality and individual differences, 2019,Volume: 138,Page: 203-211
Authors:  Zhu, Nan;  Skyler T. Hawk;  Lei Chang
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Altruism  Social Competition  Environmental Unpredictability  Prosocial Judgment  Prosociality  
Living Slow and Being Moral: Life History Predicts the Dual Process of Other-Centered Reasoning and Judgments Journal article
Human Nature, 2018,Volume: 29,Issue: 2,Page: 186-209
Authors:  Zhu,Nan;  Hawk,Skyler T.;  Chang,Lei
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Altruism  Dual Process Model Of Morality  Empathy  Life History Strategy  Life History Theory  Morality  Prosociality  Social Competition  Unpredictability  
Living Slow and Being Moral Life: History Predicts the Dual Process of Other-Centered Reasoning and Judgments Journal article
Human Nature, 2018,Volume: 29,Issue: 2,Page: 186-209
Authors:  Nan Zhu;  Skyler T. Hawk;  Lei Chang
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Altruism  Life History Strategy  Morality  Prosociality  Social Competition  Unpredictability  Dual Process Model Of Morality  Empathy  Life Historytheory  
An examination of student- and across-level mediation mechanisms accounting for gender differences in reading performance: a multilevel analysis of reading engagement Journal article
Educational Psychology, 2017,Volume: 37,Issue: 10,Page: 1206-1221
Authors:  Soi-kei Mak;  Kwok-cheung Cheung;  Kaycheng Soh;  Pou-seong Sit;  Man-kai Ieong
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Metacognition  Multilevel Mediation  Pisa  Reading Engagement  Reading Enjoyment  Reading Strategies  
A typology of student reading engagement: Preparing for response to intervention in the school curriculum Journal article
Studies in Educational Evaluation, 2016,Volume: 48,Page: 32-42
Authors:  Kwok-cheung Cheung;  Soi-kei Mak;  Pou-seong Sit;  Kay-cheng Soh
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Latent Profile Analysis  Pisa  Reading Engagement  Reading Literacy  Regression Commonality Analysis  
Predicting Academic Resilience with Reading Engagement and Demographic Variables: Comparing Shanghai, Hong Kong, Korea, and Singapore from the PISA Perspective Journal article
Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 2014,Volume: 23,Issue: 4,Page: 895-909
Authors:  Kwok-cheung Cheung;  Pou-seong Sit;  Kay-cheng Soh;  Man-kai Ieong;  Soi-kei Mak
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Academic Resilience  Pisa  Reading Engagement  Reading Literacy  
Online Reading Activities and ICT Use as Mediating Variables in Explaining the Gender Difference in Digital Reading Literacy: Comparing Hong Kong and Korea Journal article
Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 2013,Volume: 22,Issue: 4,Page: 709-720
Authors:  Kwok-cheung Cheung;  Soi-kei Mak;  Pou-seong Sit
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Digital Reading Literacy  Gender Difference  Mediating Effects  Pisa  
Automatic Attention towards Face or Body as a Function of Mating Motivation Journal article
Evolutionary Psychology, 2012,Volume: 10,Issue: 1,Page: 120-135
Authors:  Hui Jing Lu;  Lei Chang
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Automatic Attention  Long-term Mating  Short-term Mating  Face  Body