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Professor Nelson Chun-yiu YEUNG (楊竣堯教授)

BSSc (CUHK), MPhil (CUHK), PhD (University of Houston)

Assistant Professor

JC School of Public Health and Primary Care

Email: nelsonyeung@cuhk.edu.hk

Division

Division of Behavioral Health and Health Promotion

Biography

Professor Nelson Yeung has joined the Jockey Club School of Public Health and Primary Care at the Chinese University of Hong Kong since 2016. He received his PhD in Social and Health Psychology at the University of Houston in 2015. 

Throughout the years, he has actively engaged in research examining the interplay among psychological processes, individual characteristics, cultural factors, and health outcomes in Asia-Pacific populations. 

Professor Yeung was also a recipient of the following awards:

  • American Psychological Association Dissertation Research Award (2014)

  • Diversity Fund Graduate Travel Award of the 16th Annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (2015)

  • Early Career Researcher Award of the International Society of Behavioral Medicine (2016)

  • Outbound Research Mobility Scheme Award, Internationalization Faculty Mobility Schemes, CUHK (2017)

  • Best Oral Presentation Award at the 8th Nursing Symposium on Cancer Care (2018)

 

Research Interest

  • Chronic illness prevention and management

  • Mental health promotion

  • Adjustment to traumatic events

  • Men’s health

  • Development of theory-driven psychosocial interventions

Selected Publications 

  1. Yeung, N.C.Y., Lu, Q., & Mak, W.W.S. (2019). Self-perceived burden mediates the relationship between self-stigma and quality of life among Chinese American breast cancer survivors. Supportive Care in Cancer.

  2. Yeung, N.C.Y., Zhang, Y.W., Ji, L. L., Lu, G. H., & Lu, Q. (2018). Guilt among Chinese husband caregivers of women with breast cancer: The roles of male gender role norms, caregiving burden, and coping processes. European Journal of Cancer Care, 27, e12872.

  3. Yeung, N.C.Y. & Lu, Q. (2018). Perceived stress as a mediator between social support and posttraumatic growth among Chinese American breast cancer survivors. Cancer Nursing, 41, 52-61

  4. Yeung, N.C.Y., Lau, J.T.F., Choi, K.C., & Griffiths, S. (2017). Population responses during the pandemic phase of the Influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 Epidemic, Hong Kong, China. Emerging Infectious Diseases, 23, 813-815.

  5. Yeung, N.C.Y., Ramirez, J., & Lu, Q. (2017). Perceived stress as a mediator between social constraints and sleep quality among Chinese American breast cancer survivors. Supportive Care in Cancer, 25, 2249 -2257.

  6. Yeung, N.C.Y., Lau, J.T.F., Yu, X., Zhang, J., Xu, Z., Choi, K.C., Zhang, Q., Mak, W.W.S., & Lui, W.W.S. (2018). Media exposure related to the 2008 Sichuan Earthquake predicted probable PTSD among Chinese adolescents in Kunming, China: A longitudinal study. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 10, 253-262.

  7. Yeung, N.C.Y., Lu, Q., Wong, C.C.Y., & Huynh, H.C. (2016). The roles of needs satisfaction, cognitive appraisals, and coping strategies in promoting posttraumatic growth: A stress and coping perspective. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 8, 284-292.

  8. Yeung, N.C.Y., Mak, W.W.S., & Cheung, L.K.L. (2015). Conformity to emotional control masculine norm and psychological well-being among Chinese men in Hong Kong: The mediating role of stress appraisal for expressing tender emotions. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 16, 304-311.

  9. Yeung, N.C.Y., Lu, Q., & Lin, W. (2014). Specificity may count: Not every aspect of coping self-efficacy is beneficial to quality of life among Chinese cancer survivors in China. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 21, 629-637.

  10. Yeung, N.C.Y., Lau, J.T.F., Yu, X., Chu, Y., Shing, M.M.K., Leung, T.F., Li, C.K., Fok, T.F., & Mak, W.W.S. (2013). Measuring health-related quality of life among childhood cancer patients: Psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the Pediatric Quality of Life Inventory 4.0 (PedsQL) Generic Core Scales. Cancer Nursing, 36, 463-473.

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