Dr Pan Jiayan


Research Focus

Migration and mental health, Resilience in acculturation, Post-migration growth, Cognitive behavioral therapy for migrant groups, Chinese international students, Scale development and validation, Quantitative research method

Selected Research Project

2017

PI, Improving mental health for Chinese university students in Hong Kong: An integrative model of cognitive behavioral intervention and adventure-based counseling (Early Career Scheme, University Grants Committee, HK$844,000)
PI, Developing online courses/blended learning initiatives with FutureLearn (Seed Funding for Developing Online Courses, HKBU, HK$100,000)
Co-I, Enhancing University Students' Well-being and Positive Learning Experiences - Application of Positive Education (Funding Scheme for Teaching and Learning Related Proposals, University Grants Committee, HK$ 5,703,000)

2016

PI, An integrative teaching and learning approach to improve mental health of university students in Hong Kong (Teaching Development Grant, HKBU, HK$200,000)
Co-I, Enhancing Social Workers' Sexual Diversity Competence through Sexual Prejudice Reduction Program (General Research Fund, University Grants Committee, HK$867,000)

2015

PI, Improving mental health by cognitive behavioral intervention and adventure training for Chinese university students in Hong Kong (Faculty Research Grant (II), HKBU, HK$150,000)
Co-I, Cognitive behavioural stress management program for Mainland college students in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial (General Research Fund, University Grants Committee, HK$418,500)

2013

PI, A cognitive behavioral stress management program for Mainland college students in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial (Faculty Research Grant (II), HKBU, HK$100,000)
PI, Post-migration growth of Chinese new arrivals in Hong Kong from mainland China: Using a resilience framework in acculturation research (Faculty Research Grant (I), HKBU, HK$50,000)

2012

PI, Start-up Grant, HKBU, HK$100,000

2006

PI, A Chinese model of emotional resilience in acculturation: An example of Chinese international students in Hong Kong and Australia (Department of Education, Science, and Training, Australian Government, AU$25,000)

2005

PI, Emotional resilience among university students in Hong Kong from mainland China (Wu Jieh-Yee Research Fund, HKU, HK$30,000)

Selected Publication

2017

Pan, J.Y., Chen, C. & Park, C. (revised and re-submitted) A meaning-making model of post-migration growth for Mainland Chinese university students in Hong Kong (submitted to Journal of Journal of Happiness Studies in Nov. 2016) (IF = 2.327, Q1 in psychology, multidisciplinary)
Ng, P., Young, D.K.W., Pan, J.Y. & Law, K.K. (published online first) The effect of a community mental health intervention project upon family caregivers of persons with suspected mental illness in the Chinese cultural context, International Social Work (IF = 0.573, Q4 in social work)
Young, D., Ng, P. Y.N., Pan, J.Y. (in press) Predictors and prevalence of recovery and remission for consumers discharged from mental health hospitals in a Chinese society, Psychiatric Quarterly, DOI: 10.1007/s11126-017-9497-8. (IF = 1.449, Q3 in psychiatry)
Young, D., Ng, P. Y.N., Pan, J.Y., Fung, T., Chan, D. (2017)Validity and Reliability of Recovery Assessment Scale for Cantonese Speaking Chinese Consumers with Mental Illness, International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 15(1), 198-208 (IF = 1.179, Q4 in psychiatry)
Young, D., Ng, P., Pan, J.Y. & Cheng D. (2017) Validity and reliability of Internalized Stigma of Mental Illness (Cantonese). Research on Social Work Practice, 27(1), 103-110, DOI: 10.1177/1049731515576209 (IF = 1.586, Q1 in social work)
Pan, J.Y. Ng, P., Young, D. & Schopf, C. (2017) Effectiveness of cognitive behavioral group intervention on acculturation: A study of students in Hong Kong from Mainland China, Research on Social Work Practice, 27 (1), 68-79 (IF = 1.586, Q1 in social work)

2016

Pan, J.Y., Ye, S. & Ng, P. (2016) Validation of the Automatic Thoughts Questionnaire in a Chinese student sample in Hong Kong, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 72 (1), 38-48. doi: 10.1002/jclp.22193 (IF = 2.123, Q2 in psychology, clinical)
Pan, J.Y., Ng, P. & Young, D. (2016). The impact of caregivers on the effectiveness of an early community mental health detection and intervention program in Hong Kong, Early Intervention in Psychiatry. 10, 194-502, DOI: 10.1111/eip.12200 (IF = 2.400, Q2 in psychiatry)
Young, D., Ng, P., Pan, J.Y., Cheng, D. (2016)Are Recovery and Quality of Life Different Outcome Measures for Community-Based Psychosocial Program, Social Work in Mental Health. 14(4), 360-378, DOI:10.1080/15332985.2015.1038414
吳日嵐,潘佳雁,趙芊嵐,蘇細清(2016)積極認知行為治療的實踐 (p.230-253)香港:商務印書館

2015

Pan, J.Y. (2015) Predictors of post-migration growth Chinese international students in Australia, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 47, 69-77. DOI:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2015.03.030 (IF = 1.183, Q2 in social science, multidisciplinary)
Ran, M., Chen, S.Y., Salomon, M.I., Cruz, T., Bamba-Ada, M., De Jesus, L., Howell, D., Rodriguez, P., Usalla, A., Valencia, K., Pan, J.Y., Chan, C.L.W. (2015) Factors Related to Suicidal Ideation among College Students in Guam, Illness, Crisis & Loss, 23(1), 21-32. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2190/IL.23.1.c
Lam, P., Ng, P. & Pan, J.Y. (2015) Ways of coping of Chinese caregivers for family members with schizophrenia in two metropolitan cities: Guangzhou and Hong Kong, China, International Journal of Social Psychiatry. 61(6), 591-599. DOI: 10.1177/0020764014565797 (5-year Impact factor = 1.444)

2014

Young, D., Ng, P. & Pan, J.Y. (2014) Functional Recovery of Consumers Discharged from Mental Hospital and Participating in a Community-based Psychosocial Programme Provided by a Non-governmental Organization. East Asian Archives of Psychiatry, 24, 139-147
Ng, P., Pan, J.Y., Lam, P. & Leung, A. (2014). Quality of life of people with mental illness in non-residential community mental health services in Hong Kong, East Asian Archives of Psychiatry, 24, 43-50
Wong, D.F.K., Zhuang, X.Y. Pan, J.Y. & He, X. (2014) A critical review of mental health and mental health-related policies in China: More actions required. International Journal of Social Welfare, 23(2), 195-204. DOI: 10.1111/ijsw.12052 (5-year Impact factor = 0.909, Q3 in social work)
Pan, J.Y. (2014) A research paradigm shift in acculturation research: From a psychopathological perspective to a resilience framework. In Acculturation: Psychology, processes and global perspectives (p. 221-234). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publisher

2013

Pan, J.Y., Wong, D.F.K. & Ye, S. (2013) Post-migration Growth Scale for Chinese international students: Development and validation, Journal of Happiness Studies, 14, 1639-1655. DOI:10.1007/s10902-012-9401-z (IF = 2.327, Q1 in psychology, multidisciplinary)
Ye, S., Pan, J.Y., Wong, D.F.K., & Bolar, J. (2013) Validation of the Mental Health Recovery Measure in a Chinese sample. Research on Social Work Practice, 23(3), 311-325 (IF = 1.586, Q1 in social work)

2011

Pan, J.Y. & Wong, D.F.K (2011) Acculturative stressors and acculturative strategies as predictors of negative affect among Chinese international student in Australia and Hong Kong: A cross-cultural comparative study, Academic Psychiatry, 35(6), 376-381 (IF = 1.246, Q3 in psychiatry)
Pan, J.Y. (2011) A resilience-based and meaning-oriented model of acculturation: An example of Mainland Chinese postgraduate students in Hong Kong. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35, 592-603 (IF = 1.183, Q2 in social science, multidisciplinary)

2010

Pan, J.Y., Yue, X.D. & Chan, C.L.W. (2010) Development and Validation of the Acculturative Hassles Scale for Chinese Students (AHSCS): An example of Mainland Chinese university students in Hong Kong, Psychologia, 53(3), 163-178 (IF = 0.171, Q4 in psychology, multidisciplinary)

2009

Wong, P.K.S., Wong, D.F.K., Pan, J.Y., Schalock, R.L., Chou, Y.C. (2009) Initial validation of the Quality of Life Questionnaire-Chinese Version (QOL.Q-CV) for Chinese people with intellectual disabilities, Journal of Policy and Practice in Intellectual Disabilities, 6(2), 159-160 (IF = 0.970, Q3 in rehabilitation)

2008

Pan, J.Y., Wong, D.F.K., Chan, C.L.W., & Joubert, L.(2008) Meaning of life as protective factor of positive affect in the acculturation of Chinese international students in Australia and Hong Kong: A resilience framework, International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 32, 505-514 (IF = 1.183, Q2 in social science, multidisciplinary)
Pan, J.Y., Wong, D.F.K., Joubert, L. & Chan, C.L.W. (2008) The protective function of meaning of life on life satisfaction among Chinese international students in Australia and Hong Kong: A cross-cultural comparative study, Journal of American College health, 57(2), 221-231 (IF = 1.556, Q2 in Education & Educational Research)
Pan, J.Y., Wong, D.F.K.& Chan, K.S. (2008) Development and validation of the Chinese Making Sense of Adversity Scale (CMSAS): Using acculturative stressor as an example. Research on Social Work Practice, 18(5), 479-486 (IF = 1.586, Q1 in social work)
Pan, J.Y. (2008) I come from a rural community. In Ho, P. S. Y. (Ed.). Problem-Based Learning Casebook for Social Work Education. Shanghai: The Shanghai Peoples Publishing House (in Chinese)

2007

Pan, J.Y., Wong, D.F.K., Joubert, L. & Chan, C.L.W. (2007) Acculturative stressor and meaning of life as predictors of negative affect in acculturation: A cross-cultural comparative study between Chinese international students in Australia and Hong Kong. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 41, 740-750. (IF = 4.036, Q1 in psychiatry)
Pan, J.Y. & Chan, C.L.W. (2007) Resilience: A new research area in positive psychology. Psychologia, 50(3), 164-176. (IF = 0.171, Q4 in psychology, multidisciplinary)
吳兆文, 羅考恩, 徐燕齡, 潘佳雁 (2007) 智障人士 “生活經驗互動訓練”成效評估表的信度效度研究. <<生活經驗互動訓練資源冊>>, p.13-19, 香港: 扶康會

2002

Pan, J. Y. (2002a). An attribution study of peer acceptance and rejection among middle school students. Psychological Science, 25(1), 64-68 (in Chinese, reprinted by Information Centre for Social Sceince, Renming University of China, 2002, 5.)
Pan, J. Y. (2002b). A study of the applicability of Weiner\'s interpersonal attributional model to the Chinese subjects. Psychological Exploration, 22(1), 49-54 (in Chinese)
Lu, J. P., Pan, J. Y. & Hu, C. L. (2002c). Theories of learning and CAI. Journal of Xinjiang Education Institute, 18(1), 124-127 (in Chinese).

2001

Pan, J. Y. (2001). Apply the attribution theory into the research of peer relationship. Chinese Mental Health Journal, 15(6), 445-448 (in Chinese).

2000

Pan, J. Y. (2000). A study of the structure of motivation for the application of postgraduate programs among Chinese youth. Chinese Journal of Health Psychology, 8(4), 388-392 (in Chinese).

1995

Pan, J. Y. (1995). An investigation report of migrant workers in Shengze, Jiangsu, China. Wujiang Newsletter, 1-9 (in Chinese)