Dr. CHIO, Hin-man Jasmine
Assistant Professor
Director, BSocSc (Hons) in Psychology Programme

QUALIFICATIONS
Ph.D., The University of Hong Kong
B.Soc.Sc. University of Macau

 

CONTACT
Office: LG123, Main Building
Hong Kong Shue Yan University
10 Wai Tsui Crescent, Braemer Hill, North Point, Hong Kong

Phone: (852) 2570-7110 ext. 274

Fax: (852) 2806-8044
Email:
hmchio@hksyu.edu

 

CONSULTATION HOURS
by appointment


COURSES
Current Academic Year

PSY200 Social Psychology
PSY330 Advanced Social Psychology
PSY350 Criminal Psychology
PSY371-2 Research Project
PSY390 Psychopathology
PSY401-3 Research Thesis / PSY411-2 Honours Research Project

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Work-family balance
  • Workplace friendship
  • Stress & coping
  • Technology & well-being
  • Social and health psychology
  • Mental health promotion

  • PUBLICATIONS


    Journal Articles

  • Choi, E. P. H., Wong, J. Y. H., Lo, H. H. M., Wong W., Chio, J. H. M. , & Fong, D. Y. T. (2017). Association between using smartphone dating applications and alcohol and recreational drug use in conjunction with sexual activities in college students. Substance Use and Misuse. 52, 422-428.
  • Wong, J. Y. H., Choi E. P. H., Lo, H. H. M., Wong, W., Chio, J. H. M. , Choi, A. W., & Fong, D. Y. T. (2017). Dating violence, quality of life and mental health in sexual minority populations: A path analysis. Quality of Life Research, 26, 959-968.
  • Choi, E. P. H., Wong, J. Y. H., Lo, H. H. M., Wong, W., Chio, J. H. M. , & Fong, D. Y. T. (2016). The impacts of using smartphone dating applications on sexual risk behaviours in college students in Hong Kong. PLoS ONE, 11, e0165394.
  • Choi, E. P. H., Wong, J. Y. H., Lo, H. H. M., Wong W. Chio, J. H. M. , & Fong, D. Y. T. (2016). The association between smartphone dating applications and college students' casual sex encounters and condom use. Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare, 9, 38-41.
  • Cheng, C., Cheung, S., Chio, J. H. M. , & Chan, M.S. (2013). Cultural meaning of perceived control: A meta-analysis of locus of control and psychological symptoms across 18 cultural regions. Psychological Bulletin, 139, 152-188.
  • Cheng, C., Kogan, A., & Chio, J. H. M. (2012). Comparing coping-flexibility and cognitive-behavioral intervention in managing work stress. Work & Stress, 26, 272-288.
  • Cheng, C., Chan, N.Y., Chio, J. H. M. , Chan, P., Chan, A.O., & Hui, W. (2012). Being active or flexible? Role of control coping on quality of life among patients with gastrointestinal cancer. Psycho-Oncology, 21, 211-218.
  • Cheng, C., Jose, P. E., Sheldon, K. M., Singelis, T. M., Cheung, M. W. L., Tiliouine, H., Alao, A.A., Chio, J. H. M. Lui, J. Y. M., Chun, W. Y., de Zaavala, A. G., Hakuzimana, A., Hertel, J., Liu, J., Onyewadume, M., & Sims, C. (2011). Socio-cultural differences in self-construal and subjective well-being: A test of four cultural models. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 42, 832-855.

  • Book Chapters
  • Cheng, C., & Chio, J.H.M. (2011). Role of interpersonal flexibility on effective leadership. In A. Karnik & M. Stephenson (Eds.), Proceedings of the First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Science. Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Middlesex University.
  • Cheng, C., Lo, B.C.Y., & Chio, J.H.M. (2010). The Tao (ways) of Chinese coping. In M.H. Bond (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Psychology (pp. 399–419). New York: Oxford University.

  • Conference Presentations
  • Chio, J. H. M. (2018, June). A study of the positive side of work-family dynamic. Poster presented at the 9th European Conference of Positive Psychology, Budapest, Hungary.
  • Chio, J. H. M., & Chio, F. H. N. (2017 August). The impact of coworker support on workplace friendship quality between high- and low-self-monitors. Poster presented at the 2017 APA Annual Convention. Washington DC, The United States.
  • Chio, J. H. M. (2017, July). A meta-analysis on the relationship between domain specific social support and work-family enrichment. Paper presented at the 15th European Congress of Psychology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Chio, J. H. M. (2014, July). Workplace friendship quality and work satisfaction: Interpersonal dynamics among Chinese workers. Paper presented at the 28th International Congress of Applied Psychology, Paris, France.
  • Chio, J. H. M. , & Cheng, C. (2012, July). Situational benefits of social support in the work context: A moderated-mediation Job Demands-Resources model. Symposium presented at the 30th International Congress of Psychology. Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Chio, J. H. M. , & Cheng, C. (2012, July). The importance of family support in the work context among Chinese employees. Poster presented at the 12th HKU Annual Research Conference, Hong Kong, China.
  • Cheng, C., & Chio, J. H. M. (2012, July). A facebook course webpage for enhancing online social support among students. Paper presented at 17th International Conference in Education, Gadong, Brunei.
  • Cheng, C., & Chio, J. H. M. (2011, November). Role of interpersonal flexibility on effective leadership. Paper presented at the 1st International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Science, Dubai, United Arab Emirate.
  • Chio, J. H. M. , & Cheng, C. (2011, August). Does external control link to mental health problems across culture?: A culture-moderated meta-analysis. Paper presented at the 12th International Mental Health Conference, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Cheng, C., Kogan, A., & Chio, J. H. M. (2011, January). Temporal changes in coping flexibility and psychological adjustment to life transition: Intra- and inter-individual analyses. Paper presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Texas, The United States.
  • Cheng, C., Chan, T. N., & Chio, J. H. M. (2010, May). Active versus flexible coping in psychological adjustment to gastrointestinal cancer. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual Convention of Association for Psychological Science, Boston, The United States.
  • Chio, J. H. M. , & Taormina R. J. (2008, February). The moderating effect of self-monitoring on extraversion and leadership, and its influence on social networking. Poster presented the 9th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, New Mexico, The United States.
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