Dr. CHOW, Tak Sang Jason|
Ego-depletion; Self-control training
Growth vs. Fixed Mindsets
Technology and well-being
Chow, J. T., Hui, C. M., & Lau, S. (Jan, 2016). A depleted mind feels inefficacious: Ego- depletion reduces self-efficacy to exert further self-control. Symposium Presentation in the Annual Conference of Society for Personality and Social Psychology, San Diego, United States.
Chow, T. S. (Mar, 2017). Search for meaning in life predicts prosocial behaviour. Poster accepted for the annual meeting of the second biennial International Convention of Psychology Science, Vienna, Austria.
Chow, T. S., & Wan, H. Y*. (Feb, 2017). Who will develop depression after checking Facebook? Poster accepted for the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, San Antonio.
Chow, J. T. (Mar, 2015). People are happier when they believe that willpower is unlimited. Poster accepted at the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Long Beach, CA.
Chow, J. T., & Lau, S. (Feb, 2014). Is the effect of regulatory resource depletion mediated by self-efficacy? Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, Texas.
Chow, J.T., & Lau, S. (May, 2012). Testing a “natural” way to restore self-regulatory strength. Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Washington, DC.
*student in SYU
|GRANT AWARDED AS PRINCIPLE INVESTIGATOR (PI)
2017-18, Faculty Development Scheme, Research Grants Council, Hong Kong
Exploring how self-control training improves self-control performance: An experience sampling study. (Project No. UGC/FDS15/H03/16)
Amount funded: HK $ 614,890
2014-15. CUHK Direct grant, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Investigating the changes in self-concept during romantic relationship and after romantic breakups
Amount funded: HK $ 39,800
Ad Hoc reviewer of peer reviewed journals:
Current Academic Year
CP607-9 Clinically-Based Research Thesis
PSY200P Social Psychology
PSY204P Personality and Individual Differences
PSY320P Motivation and Learning
PSY371-2 Research Project
PSY371-2P Research Project
PSY401-3 Research Thesis / PSY411-2 Honours Research Project
GEC103 Crazy, Stupid, Scientific Love
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