潘佳雁博士


研究重點

移民和心理健康, 跨文化心理適應中的抗逆, 移民後的個人成長, 認知行為療法在移民群體中的運用, 中國留學生, 量表編制和驗證, 定量研究方法

研究計劃選錄

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)

著作選錄

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)