Table of Content

Volume. 65/ Winter 2016
New Career Challenges in Times of Global Competition

Volume. 64/ Summer 2016
Exercising Changes Your Brain: Connections Between Body and Neuro-Physiological Activity

Volume. 63/ Winter 2015
Far and Wide (1998-2013):Social Inquiries of Action Research in Taiwan

Volume. 62/ Summer 2015
Opening the Black Box of Sadness—Glimpsing a Path to Self-Healing

Volume. 61/ Winter 2014
Tracing the Taiwanese Recearch Trends of Infant and Child Developmental Psychology

Volume. 60/ Summer 2014
Towards Positive Aging:A Panoramic View of Adjustment in Older Age

Volume. 59/ Winter 2013
Recession and the Quality of Working Life

Volume. 58/ Summer 2013
Value transformation in a changing society

Volume. 57/ Spring 2013
I Love My Work and My Family Too-The New Challenge of Balancing Work and Family

Volume. 56/ Winter 2012
Self-Narratives as An Alternative Psychology

Volume. 55/ Fall 2012
From the Beginning to The Ending of dementia

Volume. 54/ Summer 2012
Palliative Care:The Composition of Temporality, Video Film and Sound Playing Movement

Volume. 53/ Spring 2012
Actors In Social Landscape

Volume. 52/ Winter 2011
Working Memory and Learning

Volume. 51/ Fall 2011
Emotional Development and Emotion Education

Volume. 50/ Summer 2011
The Application of Psychology in Sleep Medicine

Volume. 49/ Spring 2011
Raising Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Volume. 48/ Winter 2010
Becomings:Gendered Self-embodiments

Volume. 47/ Fall 2010
Organizational Narrative Reserch

Volume. 46/ Summer 2010
Traditional Chinese Medicine Psychology

Volume. 45/ Spring 2010
Periphery of Civility and Public Space

Volume. 44/ Winter 2009
Expressive Arts Therapy

Volume. 43/ Fall 2009
Employee Counseling and Occupation Health Psychology

Volume. 42/ Summer 2009
Sport Psychology:The Link between Sports and Health

Volume. 41/ Spring 2009
Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology:Pratice and Application

Volume. 40/ Winter 2008
Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology: Field and Development

Volume. 39/ Fall 2008
Life Story and Psychobiography : Legacy and Development

No. 38/ Summer 2008
Family Stress and Resilience

Volume. 37/ Spring 2008
Military Psychology

No. 36/ Winter 2007
The Consulting Process in Action

Volume. 35/ Fall 2007
Psychology of Human Resource Management: Research and Practice

Volume. 34/ Summer 2007
Cultural Psychology

Volume. 33/ Spring 2007
Organization Clinical Research

Volume. 32/ Winter 2006
Preventing Domestic Violence: Interdisciplinary Actions and Reflections

Volume. 31 / Fall 2006
Rethinking Psychology

Volume. 30 / Summer 2006
The Shock and Reflection of the Psychologists’ Ac

Volume. 29 / Spring 2006
Phenomenological Psychology

No. 28 / Winter 2005
A New Page of Cognitive Neuroscience: From the Perspective of Brain Imaging Techniques

Volume. 27 / Fall 2005
Occupational Health Psychology

Volume. 26 / Summer 2005
Joke and Humor

Volume. 25 / Spring 2005
Life Writing and Mental Health

Volume. 24 / Winter2004
Dyadic Interaction of Married Couples

Volume. 23 / Fall 2004
Action Research:Talking and Discussion

Volume. 22 / Summer 2004
Human Factors Engineering and Technology

Volume. 21 / Spring 2004
War of Position in Education Reform: Teachers’ Reflective Turn on Fear in Battlefield of Education Reform

Volume. 20 / Winter 2003
Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Group and Organization Level

Volume. 19 / Fall 2003
Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Individual Level

Volume. 18 / Summer 2003
Theory and Practice of Supervision

Volume. 17 / Spring 2003
Men’s Studies

Volume. 16 / Winter 2002
Exploring and Practicing the Subjectivity

Volume. 15 / Fall 2002
The Development and Practice of Creativity

Volume. 14 / Summer 2002
The Formation and Change of Chinese Values

Volume. 13 / Spring 2002
Gender Issues and Social Change

Volume. 12 / Winter 2001
Qualitative Research: A Dialogue of Theory and Practice

Volume. 11 / Fall 2001
Adolescent Problems and the Policy for Prevention

Volume. 10 / Summer 2001
Effective Selection Methods

Volume. 9 / Spring 2001
The Meaning of Man

Volume. 8 / Winter 2000
The Meaning of Home

Volume. 7 / Fall 2000
Dementia: Treatment and Care in Taiwan

Volume. 6 / Summer 2000
Contextual Perspective on Parenthood

Volume. 5 / Spring 2000
Development and Application of Cognitive Science

Volume. 4 / Winter 1999
Family in a changing society: The Cases of Taiwan and Mainland China

Volume. 3 / Fall 1999
Health psychology

Volume. 2 / Summer 1999
Family psychology: Integrative process systems perspective

Volume. 1 / Spring 1999

Education reform: Theory and practice

 

 

 

 


 

No. 1 / Spring 1999  Education reform: Theory and practice
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Special Issue
31 Education reform: Theory and practice/ Editor: Ling-Ching Hsia
33 The space of educational praxis in top-down educational policy reforming process : An action research case/ Ling-Ching Hsia
68 What does curriculum reform mean to teachers?/ Hornfay Cherng &Chi-Shun Hwang
98 We are women teachers︰The collective identity of women grassroots teachers and an educational praxis story in a junior high school/ Wuh-Kwei Hour & Huey-Woan Wang
127 Education reform and anti-reform/ Ching-Chung Wang
Conceptual Article
164 Chinese corporate culture and productivity/ Kwang-Kuo Hwang
Empirical Research
187 Military morale : An exploration of its essence and the development of a morale scale/ Jyh-Long Yan
Technical Report
229 ANOVA and trend analysis statistical program for cognitive experiment/ Hsueh-Chih Chen & Chao-Ming Cheng
Research Note
247 A preliminary inquiry into the relationship between antinomic Chinese proverbs and the contingent thinking style/ Iau-Chu Chiu

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No. 2 / Summer 1999  Family psychology: Integrative process systems perspective
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Dialogues & Responses to “education reform”
1 Responses to the special issue of education reform: A different approach/ Huang-Chieh Yu
7 The humanism of intersubjectivity and education reform/ Kai-Cheng Wong
9 Human awakening and action awareness/ Ling-Ching Hsia
10 There is no fear in wisdom/ Ching-Chung Wang
12 Further discussion of theocentric humanism/ Hsiao-Huei Pan
15 The significance of teachers’ action research/ Li-Chen Lai
Special Issue
19 Family psychology: Integrative process systems perspective/ Editor: Kuang-Hui Yeh
21 The systems perspective in family psychology/ Tsui-Shan Li Liu
41 Recurring conflicts in family/ Kuang-Hui Yeh
83 Measurement and application of family system/ Tsung-Chain Huang
111 A systems framework for marital adjustment study/ Szu-Chia Chang
125 Gender issues in family relationships: A systems perspective/Shu-chu Chao
Empirical Research
143 Mothers’ beliefs, goals and child-rearing behaviors(I)︰An analysis of the themes/ Huey-Ya Lin
181 Development and item response analysis of the Teaching Perspectives Inventory/ Wen-Chung Wang & Hsueh-Chu Chen
Narrative Research
211 The dialogue and transformation of multi-selves about Chu Kuang-Ch’ien:A narrative-constructive approach/ Wei-Jen Chiou & Shing-Shiang Ting

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No. 3 / Fall 1999  Health psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
1 Characteristics and limitations of system theory/ Kwang-Kuo Hwang
8 Functions and solutions of conflicts Joseph Wong 10 Triviality vs. significance/ Whei-Ching Liu
15 A dialogue between a family therapist and a family psychologist/ Lien-Chien Yang
19 The applications of family history reflection on psychotherapy/ Yu-Ying Cheng
23 A dialogue and reflection on theory, research and practice/ Tsui-Shan Li
28 How can family psychology reach the goal of “research for practice, and practice for research”/ Kuang-Hui Yeh
Special Issue
35 Health psychology/ Editor: En-Chang Wu, Ching-Yu Chen, Bee-Horng Lue, Chia-Ying Weng & Hsiu-Jung Chen
39 The relationship between illness schema and symptom perception/ Chih-Yin Hsiao
55 The symptomatology, pathophysiology, and psychosocial factors of tension-type headache/ Ching-Yu Chen, Chia-Ying Weng & Chin-Ying Chen
79 Psychosocial problems, coping strategies, and negative feelings in terminal cancer patients/ Fu-Chien Hung, Yih-Ru Cheng, Tai-Yuan Chiu, Wen-Yu Hu, Ching-Yu Chen & En-Chang Wu
105 Personal control over chronic illness: Between independence and dependence/ Yaw-Sheng Lin & En-Chang Wu
129 The change of evaluative self-concept in chronic disable patient at early sick stage: In the case of end-stage renal disease patients/ Chia-Ying Weng
163 The patterns of symptoms focusing attention and illness behaviors in hypertension adults/ Hsiu-Jung Chen & Bee-Horng Lue
191 The outcome evaluation of biopsychosocial stress assessment and stress management/ Yih-Ru Cheng, En-Chang Wu & Bee-Horng Lue
Empirical Research
219 Mothers’ beliefs, goals and child-rearing behaviors (II): Questionnaire construction and correlation analysis/ Huey-Ya Lin

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No. 4 / Winter 1999  Family in a changing society: The Cases of Taiwan and Mainland China
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Dialogues & Responses
1 Is health topic too much a burden on patient?/ Wei-Lun Lee
6 A reflection on the methodology of health psychology: A meditation on the fear of the victims/ Hsien-Hsien Chiang
8 Why should the victims of 921 earthquake search for non-professional consulting?/ Mu-Jang Yang
10 The importance of early stage caring in clinical psychology/ Wen-Yau Shu
12 Tranquility in life and death: The impact and caring of cancer/ Chang-Hung Chung
16 The reasons and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease/ Hsiu-Chih Liu
18 Truth, knowledge, and the professional scope of clinical psychology/ En-Chang Wu
21 Cancer: Is it just a matter of life and death?/ Fu-Chien Hung
Special Issue
27 Family in a changing society: The Cases of Taiwan and Mainland China/ Editor: Ping-Yin Kuan, Dominique Tyl & Catalina Yin
29 Cultural feedback: Cultural transition between parents and their children in a changing society/ Zhou Xiao-Hong
57 Intergenerational interaction between mothers- and daughters-in-law: A qualitative study/ Hsiang-Ming Kung
97 Source of intrinsic identity between spouses Lee Yu 109 Marital quality: An empirical research of two rural areas in China/ Xu An-Qi & Ye Wen-Zhen
131 Division of domestic labor in dual-earner families: A perspective of the nature of housework/ Shain-May Tang
175 A study of the change of family concept and family relation in Mainland China of 1990’s/ Xiao Ping
205 Benevolence and propriety: The family values and attitudes toward work in Taiwan/ Shuen-Wen Chen
229 On family: From tradition to modern/ Dominique Tyl

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No. 5 / Spring 2000  Development and Application of Cognitive Science
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Dialogues & Responses:
      Family in a changing society: The Cases of Taiwan and Mainland China Mainland scholars’ responses
1 Psychological development and education for the children from families of poor quality/ Yu Guo-Liang
5 Mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law are friends Wang Wen-Zhong 7 Learning family/ Yu Wen-Zhao
11 Enhancement of the psychological functions of family/ Lu Xiao-Jun & Ding Biao
16 Concept and reality of family for the Han Tribe/ Ma Guo-Qing
25 Division of household labor between urban and countryside couples in Mainland China/ Yang Shan-Hua & Shen Chong-Lin
      Taiwan scholars’ responses
35 How to investigate the changing phenomenon in family/ Kuang-Hui Yeh
39 The identification, judgment and choice of social representation/ Tai-Hsing Daisy Day
41 Gender circumstances in modern family/ Shane Wang
43 Changes in parental relationship/ Ching-Sung Lee
      Authors & editors’ responses
45 Further discussion on the relationship between mothers-in-law and daughters-in-law/ Hsiang-Ming Kung
47 The logic of social psychology and cultural analysis/ Shuen-Wen Chen
49 Reconsidering the editorial philosophy/ Catalina Yin
Special Issue
53 Development and Application of Cognitive Science/ Editor: Ovid J. L. Tzeng & Daisy Hung
55 Human factors implications of working memory limits/ Yuh-Shiow Lee
69 Debiasing hindsight bias: An application of the reason-generation procedure/ Chia-Pi Chang & Ju-Whei Lee
93 Aviation safety: Applications of basic research on perception and attention/ Yei-Yu Yeh
115 Trichromatic theory of color vision and its applications/ Su-Ling Yeh & I-Ping Chen
143 Gamma correction for monitors used in psychological experiments/ I-Ping & Chen Su-Ling Yeh
Conceptual Article
165 Lessons from the earthquake: Re-exploring the epistemological issues within the subjects of counseling and psychology in the new millennium/ Yaw-Sheng Lin
Empirical Research
195 A follow-up research on the selection procedure of “Recommendation and Screening”/ Hsia-Lin Yao
Case Study
213 The process of empowerment in couple therapy: Experiences of a case of morbid jealousy/ Lien-Chien Yang

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No. 6 / Summer 2000  Contextual Perspective on Parenthood
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Dialogues & Responses
      Development and Application of Cognitive Science
1 A knowledge reconstruction view of hindsight bias/ Ruey-Yun Horng & Ting-Yu Wu
9 Some interesting issues regarding hindsight Chih-Yu Chan 11 Physiological viewpoints of color vision/ Yin Chang
12 Monitor color display/ Vincent C. Sun.
14 The role of perception and attention in aircraft cockpit automation system/ Chiou-Yueh Tsay
17 The application of cognitive science and human engineering/ Tzai-Zang Lee
19 Extensive applications of cognitive psychology/ Hsueh-Chih Chen
25 The application of cognitive psychology is vast: The language issues in surveys and mathematical application problems/ Jenn-Yeu Chen
      Authors’ responses
29 Trichromatic theory of color vision: Related phenomena and explanatons/ Su-Ling Yeh & I-Ping Chen
32 Aviation safety: The issue of human factor on aircraft cockpit automation system/ Yei-Yu Yeh
      The process of empowerment in couple therapy: Experiences of a case of morbid jealousy
39 The need of self inner structure viewing from the research of family therapeutic process/ Tai-Ling Wu
41 Who can empower?/ Wai-Yung Lee
44 A cooperative territory in couple therapy/ Lien-Chien Yang
46 To remove the curse of power/ Lien-Chien Yang
      Lessons from the earthquake: Re-exploring the epistemological issues within the subjects of counseling and psychology in the new millennium
51 The position of the psychologist/ Wei-Lun Lee
54 Trauma, rehabilitation, and psychologists’ position: Further discussion on the situation of modern psychology/ Yaw-Sheng Lin
Correpondence
67 A linkage between psychology and history/ Ping-Chen Hsiung
69 The beauty of free discussion/ Shing-Shiang Ting
Special Issue
73 Contextual Perspective on Parenthood/ Editor: Huey-Ya Lin, Whei-Ching Liu & Chung-Kwei Wang
75 An analysis of mothers’ child-rearing behaviors during mother-child interactions/ Huey-Ya Lin
97 Motherhood: A social constructive perspective/ Whei-Ching Liu
131 An exploratory study on the formation of child-rearing fatherhood/ Chung-Kwei Wang
173 Parent’s hermeneutics of separation with child: An implication on modern ethics/ Der-Heuy Yee & Yu-Chung Ku
Experiences & Reflection
213 Experiencing ‘921’ earthquake: Experiences of psychological rehabilitation with victims in a temporary shelter/ Wei-Ting Lee

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No. 7 / Fall 2000  Dementia: Treatment and Care in Taiwan
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Dialogues & Responses
      Contextual Perspective on Parenthood
1 Challenge and calling/ Yu Guo-Liang & Xin Zi-Qiang
7 The realities of parental interaction in Taiwan/ Shu-Ling Lin
9 The developmental aspect of parental role/ Shi-Kai Chung
12 Father involvement or fathers who share parental responsibilities?/ Ta-Wei Wang
18 You can redefine parenthood Hwa-Wei Ko 23 Is it too much for the parenthood?/ Wen-Hsiu Wang
25 Let interaction and social construction be embedded in the contextual meaning/ Hsueh-Yin Ting
29 Between subjectivity and objectivity/ Yii-Jen Wang
30 Parenting in the coming age/ Hung-Yen Sung
34 Early experiences of mother-daughter relationship and patterns of motherhood/ Dwan-Jen Tseng
      Authors’ responses
38 A difficult but rewarding task/ Chung-Kwei Wang
41 Learning in frustration/ Huey-Ya Lin
42 Where are ideal parents?/ Whei-Ching Liu
      Experiencing ‘921’ earthquake: Experiences of psychological rehabilitation with victims in a temporary shelter
50 The “more of the same” recipe of psychologist’s practice/ Wen-Jui Juan
57 Returning to the working field of psychological rehabilitation/ Wei-Ting Lee
66 A Reflection of Rehabilitation/ Wen-Jui Juan
Special Issue
71 Dementia: Treatment and Care in Taiwan/ Editor: Hsiu-Chih Liu
73 Subjective memory complaint: An early sign of dementia?/ Ker-Neng Lin, Pei-Ning Wang, Ya-Yun Chuang & Hsiu-Chih Liu
91 Noncognitive symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease/ Chia-Yih Liu & Hsiu-Chih Liu
109 The effectiveness of memory clinic/ Sui-Hing Yan, Shu-Li Chia & Chih Hsien Yang
125 Current treatment of cognition in Alzheimer’s disease/ Hsiu-Chih Liu, Wen-Jang Wong & Shuu-Jiun Wang
141 The role of estrogen in the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease/ Pei-Ning Wang & Hsiu-Chih Liu
151 Genetic testing and counseling for Alzheimer’s disease/ Chen-Jee Hong
165 Epidemiology of dementia in Taiwan/ Ching-Kuan Liu, Chi-Ta Tai, Ruey-Tay Lin & Chiou-Lian Lai
181 The effect of support group for families caring for demented elderly/ Li-Yu Tang, Ping-Keung Yip, Liang-Chuan Chan & Pi-Jung Hsieh
199 Dementia care in Taiwan/ Huey-Tzy Justina Chen & Meng-Fan Lee
Empirical Research
209 A study on the development of Chinese General Aptitude Test Battery/ Su Yong-Hua
225 Intrinsic and extrinsic working motivation: An quantitative study of motivational orientations for Taiwanese and American Undergraduates/ Hawjeng Chiou

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No. 8 / Winter 2000  The Meaning of Home
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Dialogues & Responses
      Dementia: Treatment and Care in Taiwan
1 A prolonged good-bye Ming-Chyi Pai
3 The meaning and prospect of preclinical dementia/ Ben -Sheng Chang
6 Some responses to andreflections on special issueof dementia/ Lih-Chih Jou
11 Continuing studysubjects following special issue of dementia/ Shyh-Dye Lee
19 Psychiatricaspects of dementia/ Jen-Ping Hwang
26 Treatment of Alzheimer’sdisease: The viewpoint from a psychiatric center/ Hsing-Cheng Liu &Sing-Ming Sung
29 The development and outcome of memory clinic/ Kai-Kuen Leung
33 The helpfulness of support groups to family caregivers of patients with dementia/ Yea-Ing L. Shyu
35 The forgotten partner of dementia care: Dementia patients and their caregivers/ Pei-Shan Yang
37 The psychological studies and intervention of dementia/ Nai-Wen Guo
      Authors’ responses
41 Accompanying the Alzheimer’s patients and their families/ Li-Yu Tang
42 Is female gender a risk factor for depression in Alzheimer’s disease?/ Chia-Yih Liu
43 The importance of early detection of dementia/ Ker-Neng Lin
Special Issue
55 The Meaning of Home/ Editor: Herng-Dar Bih
57 The meanings of home in environmental disasters: Case studies of Ming-Sen Building and Lincoln Community/ Herng-Dar Bih
83 Research on homeless women: The alternative meanings of home/ Chin-Yen Wu
121 The living experiences of gay couples: Four cases/ Herng-Dar Bih & Yu-Ting Wu
149 Identity and meaning reconstruction of home: A case of Kochapogan, Rukai/ Ying-Tang Wang
Empirical Research
171 An exploratory study of attitudes and behaviors of idolatry among fans of popular songs/ Lung-Shiang Ju & Luo Lu
Action Research
209 The action research of the development of the integrated teaching model combining Rogers’ humanistic theory with constructivism/ Thief-Tzuen Pan
239 Conversational relationships in educational praxis/ Ling-Ching Hsia

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No. 9 / Spring 2001  The Meaning of Man
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Dialogues & Responses
      The Meaning of Home
1 Where is the homeland? The luxury practice of going home under the impacts of glocalization/ Pai-Hsing Hsiao
12 The way back to hometown Shu-Cheng Tseng 16 Psychological methodology for broken home/ Der-Heuy Yee
20 The change and unchange of patriarchy: How to discover alternative ways from family experiences/ Ling-Ching Hsia
25 Intersubjectivity: Discourse between gay men and straights/ Ming-Jin Wang
30 It is a far way to go back to my homeland/ An-Bang Yu
      Author’s & editor’s responses
32 The Homecomer Ying-Tang Wang 41 How to go home?/ Herng-Dar Bih
Special Issue
53 The Meaning of Man/ Editors: Huang-Chieh Yu & Hsiao-Huei Pan
55 The being that is not the only one: Reconstructing the psycho-cultural meaning of human-being/ Yaw-Sheng Lin
87 Upward looking thinker: A reflection on the meaning of man/ Huang-Chieh Yu
115 Towards a holistic person: A view on “person” in Confucianism/ Hsiao-Huei Pan
137 On the traditional Chinese Buddhist concepts of “man”/ Kuei-Chieh Liu
157 Christian anthropology Stanislaus Lokuang 167 The aesthetic dimension of human existence/ Johanna Liu
189 The meaning of an object: Towards a semiotic psychology about Dieh-Xian/ Wen-Li Soong
Conceptual Article
215 Probing activity curriculum and integrated activity curriculum from system-theory viewpoints: Essence, rationale and prospect/ Yi-Ying Huang

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No. 10 / Summer 2001  Effective Selection Methods
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Dialogues & Responses
      The Meaning of Man
1 The concept of the person/ Ying-Kuei Huang
5 The concepts of person and self/ Kwang-Kuo Hwang
9 Human existence and the creation of meaning/ Jien-Ming Jue
13 The generation of meaning and the human activity of decipherment/ Wei-Lun Lee
18 The paradox between internet information technology and humanism/ Yuan-Kai Wang
25 Deliberation of work man from the meaning of man/ Jyhong Lee
      Author’s & editor’s responses
37 Back to the being-in-itself?: A reply to Wei-Lun Lee/ Wen-Li Soong
41 The unspoken voices: Re-conceptualization of the meaning of man/ Yaw-Sheng Lin
51 A dialogue between philosophy and scientism/ Hsiao-Huei Pan
55 More dialogue and exposition/ Huang-Chieh Yu
Special Issue
63 Effective Selection Methods/ Editors: Chang-I Chen & Yue-Loong Chang
65 The developmet, reliability, and validity of Chinese managerial competencies test/ Yue-Loong Chang
97 Managerial assessment by peer nomination in group exercises/ Chun-Ming Lee & Yue-Loong Chang
135 Predicting successfully adjusted expatriates: An application of the biographical inventory/ Chang-I Chen, Yue-Loong Chang, Jung-Chuen Wang & Wen-Chaun Lee
167 The comparison of 360-degree feedback with superisor-rating on the prediction of leadership effectiveness/ Yue-Loong Chang & Kang-Ching Liu
Empirical Research
199 A replication of job stress process among agricultural extension agents in Taiwan/ Shih-Jui Tung
221 The relationship between parental rearing attitudes and the perceived stress of JHSEE among junior high school students/ Shu-Fan Kao & Luo Lu

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No. 11 / Fall 2001  Adolescent Problems and the Policy for Prevention
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Dialogues & Responses
      Effective Selection Methods
1 Effective personnel selection: The aspect of utility and value/ Chien-Chih Kuo
4 You may follow suit, but you just scratch the surface/ Ying-Cheng Hung
7 How to improve person-job fit by using appropriate personnel selection methods?/ Ya-Hui Lien
11 How effective of those methods?/ Robinson Horng
      Author’s & editor’s responses
20 Breakthrough & Innovation: Exploring a new research area/ Yue-Loong Chang
Special Issue
23 Adolescent Problems and the Policy for Prevention/ Editors: Shu-Neu Wang, Charles Hou & Susyan Jou
25 Family structure, family relationships, and delinquency/ Charles Hou
45 Family, self-concept and deviant behaviors of adolescents/ Joseph Wong & Shu-Neu Wang
69 The causes and consequences of domestic violence: Taking mothers as an example/ Chyi-In Wu & Yi-Fu Chen
93 Can a youth love to go to school and yet behave delinquently? A study on schooling and juvenile delinquency/ Susyan Jou
117 Beliefs, organizational commitments, and deviant learning behaviors: A study of the university students/ Jeng-Her Chen
141 An exploratory study on handling interpersonal disputes among young people/ Ping-Yin Kuan
Discourse & Dialogues
175 Bewitchment by ideology? The temptation and pitfall of open education in Taiwan An-Bang Yu 212 Four myths of implementation of open education/ Fong-Ruey Liaw
216 Toward open education/ Yun-Yen Liu
230 How to practice the multiple and colorful open education?/ Chiu-Kuei Ko
236 The konception of Healthy Growth Center of early childhood education/ Ming-Shiang Ni
241 Open education as an academic discourse/ An-Bang Yu

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No. 12 / Winter 2001  Qualitative Research: A Dialogue of Theory and Practice
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Dialogues & Responses
      Adolescent Problems and the Policy for Prevention
1 Searching for mechanisms mediating family and adolescent behaviors/ Ying-Hwa Chang
4 Kids who love going to school behave well?/ Shu-Kwei Kao
6 The challenge for students and schools/ Hsiao-Feng Cheng
8 Teachers make all the differences/ Hua-Wei Ko
10 What do we encounter and interpret?/ Huey-Ya Lin
13 The macro-environment and micro-environment of educational institutes/ Kang-Lin Yang
      Author’s & editor’s responses
14 The escape of neoretical paradigm competition/ Charles Hou
16 Yes, loving school is a pathway away from delinquency/ Susyan Jou
17 Research is helpful for solving problems/ Joseph Wong & Shu-Neu Wang
Special Issue
23 Qualitative Research: A Dialogue of Theory and Practice/ Editors: Tsao-Lin Fong & Chuying Chien
25 Inference analysis as qualitative methodology: Case studies in biographic research/ Rainer Kokemohr(translated by Tsao-Lin Fong)
49 A reflection on the phenomenological method and theory: Introduction to a qualitative method/ Wen-Sheng Wang
77 Psychobiography and its applications: Paradigm and method/ Shing-Shiang Ting & Cheng-Pin Lai
107 Peep, debacle and reward: A narrative of my experience of the life history research/ Tung-Hsing Hsiung
133 To enter children’s world: An ethnographical inquiry into children’s lives in kindergartens/ Shu-Fang Chen
Action Research
175 The social constructs and actions of conflict resolution in teaching relationships/ Whei-Ching Liu
218 It’s how we smell not how we look that matters: A response to Liu’s article/ Hornfay Cherng
Empirical Research
221 The relationship between personality and flight training performance: A study of the beginners/ Chian-Fang Grace Cherng, Wen-Chin Li & Shi-Chin Chen

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No. 13 / Spring 2002  Gender Issues and Social Change
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Dialogues & Responses
      Qualitative Research: A Dialogue of Theory and Practice
1 Search for the voice after the uproarious debates: Reflections upon the qualitative methods/ Yaw-Sheng Lin
7 The value of life-history approach in pedagogical research/ Yu-chun Ku
17 Allow me to say it again/ Min-Ling Tsai
21 How to understand Caesar if you are not him?/ Wei-An Chang
      Author’s & editor’s responses
27 Mirroring and Acting Tung-Hsing Hsiung 35 Writing: A way of approaching interpretation and understanding/ Shu-Fang Chen
39 Appreciation and Expectation/ Tsao-Lin Fong
Special Issue
43 Gender Issues and Social Change/ Editor: Jean Liu
45 Helping profession and gender praxis/ Jean Liu
73 Women’s studies in Taiwan and gender equity education/ Chueh Chang & Yan-Chiou Wu
109 Beyond politically correct identities: Understand the life struggle, the realization of value by the story “My friend and I”/ Ching-Tong Chuang 147 Walking along with prostitutes, crossing over social boundaries/ Lin-Ching Hsia, Fun-Pin Wang & Chia-Chun Chou
199 The social practice of self-supporting women in a disaster area: A practicing record report of organizational workers/ Hsiu-Ching Huang
216 A-Ciao litigate: It is sadden that social security organization become rigid/ Chih-An Wang
233 Women speak out: Ludi Community College and its Mode of Empowerment/ Su-Chuan Wang

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No. 14 / Summer 2002  The Formation and Change of Chinese Values
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Memorial Articles
1 The ever-striving Professor Shu-Neu Wang/ Ching-Chung Wang
3 A forever lady/ Shu-Kwei Kao
Dialogues & Responses
      Gender Issues and Social Change
7 A journey through “Gender Issues and Social Change”/ Ya-Ko Wang
15 Unavoidable opposition?/ Chin-Yen Chen
17 Along the way of development of women’s studies/ Fang-Mei Lin
21 The representation of patriarchal power structure in gender discourse/ Roda Chen
27 On the matter of climbing across the wall/ Hornfay Cherng
30 Creating the double-winning strategy for the grassroots and the state/ Chien-Ling Su
33 Searching for truth, goodness, and beauty/ Joyce Li
37 The interplay and struggle among changing the self, others, and the society/ Lily Huang
41 On some ethical and pedagogical issues in the epistemology for prostitutes and organizational Workers: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Perspective Gong/ Jow-jiun
      Author’s & editor’s r esponses
56 Women in love are not necessarily lesbians!/ Ching-Tong Chuang
58 Licensed Prostitute Movement: Epistemology of Social Action/ Fang-Ping Wang
59 The knowing of and action regarding differences: Resulting from closing-up and understanding/ Chia-Chun Chou
61 Breaking the monopoly and class arrogance of scientific knowledge: Incorporating clinical lived experiences in the decision for policies affecting people’s life/ Chih-An Wang
63 Moral anxiety and action dilemma: Encoding/decoding and placement/transformation of desires/ Lin-Ching Hsia
68 Differences, Opposition, and Dialogue/ Jean Liu
Special Issue
77 The Formation and Change of Chinese Values/ Editor: Chung-Kwei Wang
79 Theory and measurement on valuation:New approach to explore the relationship between values and situations/ Po-Ying Lee
117 The linkage of work values between generations: A comparison study on work values of small firm owners’ and ordinary workpeople’s children/ Chung-Kwei Wang
151 The developments of adolescents’ moral judgment, Value orientation and Their Relations to Sources of Influence on Moral Thought/ Yu Kou
Empirical Research
191 The emotional reactions of perceived role discrepancy among elementary school teachers: The Typology and Scale Development/ Ding-Ying Guo
221 An exploratory study on role adjustment and intergenerational relationships among the elderly in the changing Taiwan/ Luo Lu & Hsin-Hung Chen

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No. 15 / Fall 2002  The Development and Practice of Creativity
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Dialogues & Responses
The Formation and Change of Chinese Values
1 Indigenous reflections upon research on values/ Kwang-Kuo Hwang
5 Values and moral development/ Ya-Hui Lien
       Author’s & editor’s responses
10 The exploration of individual developmental processes from a value perspective/ Yu Kou
11 Challenges of the research on values/ Chung-Kwei Wang
Special Issue
15 The Development and Practice of Creativity/ Editor: Jing-Jyi Wu, Shing-Shiang Ting & Haw-Jeng Chiou
Discourse & Dialogues
17 Enticing the crouching tiger and awakening the hidden dragon: Recognizing and nurturing creativity in Chinese students/ Jing-Jyi Wu
43 Developing and cultivating creativity in Chinese students/ Wu-Sheng Chang
53 What is the most importance in creativity education?/ Jian-Nong Shi
59 School innovation, reappear or disappear ?/ Ying-Yao Cheng
60 The intellect creates and the eloquent illustrates/ Hong-Sen Yan
62 When can we see leaping tigers and flying dragons? /Sing Lau
63 The development of adolescents’ creativity/ Hsin-Tai Lin
67 The teaching of scientific evolution and students’ creativity/ Pei-Jen Chen
78 The problems and resolutions of the lack of creativity of Chinese students/ Chiu-Cheng Chang
87 Enticing the crouching tiger and awakening the hidden dragon by nurturing the dogmatic creator: A commentary on Prof Wu’s keynote address/ Ng Aik Kwang
92 The research and education on Chinese creativity starts with sharing/ Jing-Jyi Wu
Research Articles
105 Scientific discovery and knowledge growth: What can we learn from philosophy of science?/ Chih-Yu Chan
129 Behind the rule discovery: The role of collaboration and explanation on scientific reasoning/ Ruey-Yun Horng & Ting-Yu Wu
163 Factors that influence creativity behavior for awarded-winning teachers in scientific competitions/ Ying-Yao Cheng & Wen-Chung Wang
191 The construct of the campus organizational climate for creativity and the teachers’ creativity performance: Another “New cloth of the king”? /Haw-Jeng Chiou
225 The development of “The Inventory of organizational factors to creativity development”: An example in technology companies/ Jing-Jyi Wu & Yu-Chu Yeh

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No. 16 / Winter 2002  Exploring and Practicing the Subjectivity
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Dialogues & Responses
      The Development and Practice of Creativity
1 Testable models benefit creativity research/ Ovid Jyh-Lang Tzeng
3 To light up creativity, I shall be the one to/ Chao-Yi Chen
10 What relates to Chinese creativity? Chinese personality , policy and generation/ Yi-Lung Kuo
      Author’s & editor’s responses
15 The release and re-convergence of creativity in research on creativity/ Haw-jeng Chiou
Special Issue
19 Exploring and Practicing the Subjectivity/ Editor: Kai-Cheng Wong
23 Conscious reflections on my own theory and practice of psychotherapy: Appreciating the beauty of a person through the stories/ Kai-Cheng Wong
70 Unfinished story: Being aware of Dr. Wong’s ‘self-understanding process’/ Yaw-Sheng Lin
76 Dialogue in between/ Shuh-Ren Jin
78 A conscious reflection from my experiences of confused knowing and awkward acting/ Kai-Cheng Wong
83 When gender meets psychology:A reflection of gender perspectives on psychology/ Jean Liu
108 The responding from a man/ Shane Wang
111Questions from a male student’s perspective/ Shu-Chu Chao
113 Society is not made in one day/ Jean Liu
119 Searching a position for conversation: Radical education and social learning process/ Lin-Ching Hsia
157 Narrative and consciousness: Another position for the dialogue/ Wen-Li Soong
165 Searching or transforming a dialogue position/ Fan-Ying Tao
168 Moving on in conversation inquiry/ Lin-Ching Hsia
173The construction of individuals’ subjectivity in the historical and sociocultural context : A psychobiographical study of Shen Ts’ung-wen /Cheng-Pin Lai & Shing-Shiang Ting
214 An inquiry into the subject of narrative self/ Der-Heuy Yee
218 Groping for light under a totalitarian regime: Trial & tribulation of the May Fourth Movement’s offspring/ Chien-Lung Lu
221Beyond is the new front/ Cheng-Pin Lai & Shing-Shiang Ting
Empirical Research
225 Marital conditions of patients in a couple therapy clinic of a psychiatric center/ Lien-Chien Yang & Hsiu-Chu Tung

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No. 17 / Spring 2003  Men’s Studies
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Dialogues & Responses
      Exploring and Practicing the Subjectivity
1 Rationality and sensibility/ Mei-Chih Li
5 My philosophical life story: Reflection and construction of subjectivity/ Tse-Cheng Niu
19 Subjectivity on the becoming process/ An-wu Lin
25 What is “subjectivity”?: Ambiguous looks from different positions/ Ching-Jung Ho
28 An endnote and a new path/ Ping-chen Hsiung
30 Being a counselor, doing gender/ Li-An Kuo
34 Do men and women think differently?/ Jien-Ming Jue
      Author’s & editor’s responses
38 Voices and illuminations Jean Liu 39 Dialogue: Flow, stuck, and forward/ Lin-Ching Hsia
41 The calling of spring/ Cheng-Pin Lai & Shing-Shiang Ting
42 Searching paths in the wilds, struggling to disclose the inner truth/ Kai-Cheng Wong
Special Issue
45 Men’s Studies/ Editor: Ya-Ko Wang
51 The formation of men’s gender consciousness/ Herng-Dar Bih
85 The research on men’s gender role stereotype shaping and releasing/ Lan-Hui Chu
121 Exploring male experiences under patriarchal ideology: Cases of three male elementary school teachers/ You-Jen Chen
157 Men’s menstrual culture: Construction and action/ Tian-Yun Chang
187 The “class” exhibition in dual- earner family/ Chih-Yao Chang
223 Working with sex offenders: A 21-year journey/ Roda Chen

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No. 18 / Summer 2003  Theory and Practice of Supervision
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Dialogues & Responses
      Men’s Studies
1 profeminist men are coming…/ Wen-Lung Horng
3 Should men’s studies emphasize the reflection of men’s oppression? or the deconstruction of oppressed men?/ Cheng-Hsi Chien
8 A critical review on the special issue of men’s studies/ Duu-Jian Tsai
13 Comment from the subject of male-consciousness/ Pau-Chia Wu
18 Everyone is a victim, then, where is the benefit?/ Chih-Shun Huang
23 Escape from elementary school: Am I wrong?/ Thie-Tzuen Pan
30 Development of male gender equity consciousness from family/ Jeou-Shyan Horng
33Life experience sharing: From nonsensicalness to perceptiveness/ Kao Su-Kwei
35 Liberating men and women Emancipating/ Jean Liu
      Author’s & editor’s responses
37Listening to women’s voices seriously/ Herng-Dar Bih
40 Relearning to live with the other sex/ Lan-Hui Chu
41 Liberation, an outlet for male elementary school teachers/ You-Jen Chen
46 If you are not the part of the solutions, then you are part of the problem!/ Ya-Ko Wang
Special Issue
45 Theory and Practice of Supervision/ Editor: Wen-Hsiu Wang
59 Self-awareness in the counseling professional: The self-awareness supervision model/ Chin-Yen Chen
89 Experiences of counseling trainees and supervisors in the supervisory process/ Ting-chia Lian & Shi-Sen Shyu
113 Supervisors’ perceived influencing factors of supervisees on the counseling supervisory process/ Shao-Ling Hsu
145 The study of volunteer counselors’ supervisory experiences in community counseling organizations/ Shian-Ju Shih
179 Experiences of individual supervision in the counseling practicum at National Kaohsiung Normal University (NKNU)/ Wen-Chun Cho & Jin-Nan Hwang
Empirical Research
207 The study of caring and dialogue in small group learning/ Hsien-Hsien Chiang ,Mei-Bih Chen & Shuh-Jen Sheu
227 The drinking behavior of police in Taiwan/ Tsuey-Fang Weng

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No. 19 / Fall 2003  Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Individual Level
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Dialogues & Responses
      Theory and Practice of Supervision
1 My experiences in counseling supervision/ Chung-Wei Tsao
6 The contextual meaning of supervision/ Ming-Lei Yang
13 Supervision in counselor training course/ Dwan-Jen Tseng
18 Ethical issues in supervision relationship /Chih-Hung Wang
19 Reconsider professional counseling supervisory/ Shu-Ying Liu
22 Research on supervision: Issues and future directions/ Te -Chung Chang
      Author’s & editor’s responses
24 Self-awareness: the starting-point of cultural experiences, the ending-point of power arrogance/ Chin-Yen Chen
26 Power issues in supervisory relationship/ Shao-Ling Hsu
27 Should equal emphasis be placed on theory experimentation and application in counseling supervision?/ Shi-Sen Shyu & Ting-chia Lian
30 Retrospection on supervision/ Wen-Hsiu Wang
Special Issue
33 Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Individual Level/ Editor: Bor-Shiuan Cheng
35 Organizational behavior studies in Taiwan: Past, present, and future/ Bor-Shiuan Cheng
89 Studies on work motivation in Taiwan: A critical review/ Wei-Ling Hsu
115 Studies on morale in Taiwan: A critical review/ Chih-Lung Yen
137 Emotion studies in organizations in Taiwan: A critical review/ Tsung-Yu Wu & Bor-Shiuan Cheng
175 Studies on organizational loyalty, commitment, and citizenship behavior in Taiwan: A critical review/ Ding-Yu Jiang & Bor-Shiuan Cheng 211 Studies on work values in Taiwan: A critical review/ Jui-Ping Hung & Chaoming Liu

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No. 20 / Winter 2003  Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Group and Organization Level
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Dialogues & Responses
      Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Individual Level
1 Cross-straits comparison with the development of I-O psychological research/ Erping Wang
3 From indigenization to synergistic integration/ Henry Kao
9 Decision and action: On strategic academic development/ Shyhnan Liou
14 Preliminary exploration of strategies and action plans on organizational behavior studies in Great China/ Kuen-Yung Jone
     Author’s & editor’s responses
16 Searching for ethos of Taiwan/ Jui-Ping Hung
18 Direction of Chinese organizational behavior research/ Bor-Shiuan Cheng
Special Issue
25 Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Group and Organization Level/ Editor: Bor-Shiuan Cheng
27 Organizational leadership research in Taiwan: From etic to emic/ Min-Ping Huang
53 Conflict in organizations and conflict management: A critical review/ Hung-Yueh Cheng
83 The nature of organizational culture: A critical review/ Chien-Chih Kuo
115 Organizational identity and its application to business ethics: A critical review/ Wei-Ling Hsu & Bor-Shiuan Cheng
139 Redefinition and new paradigm of organizational behavior: A critical review/ Shyhnan Liou
Empirical Research
181 Supervisor-subordinate interaction theory: From subordinates’ perspective/ Jung-Chuen Wang & Chang-I Bonnie Chen
217 Loss coping process of adults : When they were adolescent following parental death/ Shu-Ching Huang & Hui-Lain Hsiu

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No. 21 / Spring 2004  War of Position in Education Reform: Teachers’ Reflective Turn on Fear in Battlefield of Education Reform
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Dialogues & Responses
      Retrospect and Prospect in the Study of Organizational Behavior: The Group and Organizational Level
1 A dialogue between organizational theories and organizational behaviors/ Dung-Sheng Chen
3 The scope of reviewed literature reflects methodological bias/ Sy-Feng Wang
7 Emic and etic research paradigms are complementary, not competing/ Tai-Kwang Peng
10 Chinese culture and organizational identity/ Chih-Chao Lai
13 Why OB research: Toward next 30 years in Taiwan?/ Jy-Hong Lee
      Author’s & editor’s responses
20Multilevel organization theory and meso-paradigm: An infrastructure for cross-level research/ Shyhnan Liou
24 The direction and methodology of organizational behavior studies: Questions and answers/ Bor-Shiuan Cheng, Min-Ping Huang, Hung-Yueh Cheng & Chien-Chih Kuo
Special Issue
34War of Position in Education Reform: Teachers’ Reflective Turn on Fear in Battlefield of Education Reform/ Editor: Ling-Ching Hsia 35Contradictions: Domination and resistance in teachers’ everyday lives/ Yin-Kun Chang & Hui-Hsuan Chen
63 How to conduct a professional dialogue in cases of public compliance but private opposition?/ Hsin-Hsien Fan
66 Formation of camouflage and politics of transgression: Rediscovery of life world and logic of practice in school teachers/ Yin-Kun Chang
91What are between “action research" and “curriculum and teaching reform"? Some action researcher’s reflections/ Chi-Shun Hwang
111 Between “action research with curriculum and teaching reform” or “the action research by grass teachers under the politic of curriculum and teaching reform”/ Fan-Ying Tao
114 Something beauty without words/ Chi-Shun Hwang
121 Beautiful writing for action performance/ Fan-Ying Tao
123What’s problem of education reform? A perspective from teacher’s roles and loadings/ Ya-Ching Lee
137 Seeing the labor world of teacher/ Jian-Kuo Zang
140 Re-seeing the labor condition by teacher who identified myself as a labor/ Ya-Ching Lee
143Dialogues: Having a developing space in our interweaving conversations/ Ling-Ching Hsia
148 My fear in practice field/ Hornfay Cherng
150 Fear of losing owning?/ Shu-Ching Tong
152 My fear: The trouble maker in others’ eye/ Sophia Chen
154 A letter writing for partners of Action Research Workshop: Anxiety/fear for crisis or for turning point Ching-Tai Tzeng Conceptual Article
165The selection basis of visual attention: Space-based or object-based?/ Jen-Hao Li & Su-Ling Yeh
Empirical Research
195The development of the Chinese Remote Association Test/ Chun-Hui Jen, Hsueh-Chih Chen, Hung-Chu Lien & Shu-Ling Cho
219Emotional contents of imprinted images on parental reward and punishment/ Mei-Ru Chao

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No. 22 / Summer 2004  Human Factors Engineering and Technology
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Dialogues & Responses
      War of Position in Education Reform: Teacher’s Reflective Turn on Fear in Battlefield of Education Reform
1 Reconstructing teacher’s dignity: The most fundamental conditions of education reform/ Joey Chen
5 Critics and resistance of ideology/ Kwang-Kuo Hwang
12 My subjective inquiring experience in elementary school setting/ Ray-Chi Lin
15 Responding to the teacher fear: Walking ahead my fear/ Yen- Ju Chen
      Author’s & editor’s responses
21Speaking for and writing down fear: The conversational space of “Helping each other” when both are in humble circumstances/ Ling-Ching Hsia
22 “Helping each other when both are in humble circumstances” as the beginning of action/ Jian-Kuo Zang
23 Western theoretical insights and Taiwan’s context: Homology of educational field/ Yin-Kun Chang
25 Operating “contradictory” may be the key way to loose structure limits./ Chi-Shun Hwang
28 Who’s really my unite friends Wu-Kuei Ho 33 Fear is my awl: From fear to praxis/ Huey-Woan Wang
37 How does the grassroot teachers resisting autonomy can be developed ?/ Ya-Ching Le
Special Issue
45Human Factors Engineering and Technology/ Editor: Ruey-Yun Horng & Zai-Chang Li
47The effects of information control and expertise on consumer’s decision making/ Ling-Ling Wu
67An in-car digital map for older adults: Effects of map hierarchy and orientation/ Dyi-Yih M.Lin & Yen-Ru Liu
87The impact of using cellular phone on driving behavior/ Min-Sheng Chen , Yung-Ching Liu & Jenn-Yu Chen
105The predictability of age, working memory and computer attitude in learning an email system/ Dyi-Yih M. Lin & Ming-Yan Chuang
121Effects of system testing models on testing performances/ Li-Fen Huang , Ruey-Yun Horng & Yung-Chang Huang
Conceptual Article
157Situatedness as a target phenomenon for psychological research and the related methodology/ Wei-Lun Lee
Empirical Research
201Parenthood beliefs and work values/ Chung-Kwei Wang
217The study of Solution-Focused Brief Counseling Introductory Training Program for community counseling volunteers/ Wei-Su Hsu

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No. 23 / Fall 2004  Action Research:Talking and Discussion
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Dialogues & Responses
      Human Factors Engineering and Technology
1 All technologies must be human centered/ Min-Yang Wang
4 The influence of vehicle information system to the dynamic driving behavior/ Yung-Hui Lee
7 Human factors engineering and technical special issues/ Yung-Nien Yang
8 The impacts of technologies on human life/ Yong-Chang Huang
12 Learning lifelong:Science of age and learning/ Dengchuan Cai
13 Push and pull: The dilemmas of user-centered design/ Shih-Huan Hou
14 Confusion of in-car digital map/ Yung-Ching Liu、Min-Sheng Chen
16 The connection of theory and method in human factors engineering/ Lih-Fen Huang
19 The cross-cut of thinking frame: The role of reverse (denial) thinking/ Wen-Yi Huang
      Author’s & editor’s responses
21Technology is only method, life respect is final goal/ Ruey-Yun Horng
Special Issue
29Action Research:Talking and Discussion/ Editor: Kai-Cheng Wong
33 An empowering way of doing research and helping people/ Fam-Ying Tao
51 Examining expert power: Action research in Taipei City Home Care Services/ Frank T.Y. Wang
79 Curriculum and praxis: A critical approach of collaborative school-based curriculum development/ Yu-Chun Ku
105 The person and the field in the Buddhist practice: Reflection on a woman buddhist in social service agency/ E-Wai Li
131 One light is enough: The path of recognizing and knowing/ Ling-Ching Hsia
157 When Carl Rogers meets Wang Yang-ming: What can the humanistic psychology learn from the philosophy of Wang Yang-ming/ Kai-Cheng Wong
Empirical Research
203 Practice effects of the priming effects of task-switching/ Horng-Yih Lee& Shulan Hsieh
223 Values toward social drinking: An analysis of township-level agricultural extension agents in Taiwan/ Shih-Jui Tung&Chun-Yan Wang

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No. 24 / Winter2004  Dyadic Interaction of Married Couples
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Dialogues & Responses
      Action Research : Talking and Discussion
1 Behind the action research: Feeling, value and being/ Whei-Ching Liu
4 Developing the action research for empowerment in the social welfare center of public department/ Huei-Yi Wang
7 Whose empowerment? Whose research? Whose practice? and Whose redemption?/ Tsen-Yung Wang
9 Starting from two stories… /Yu-Wei Wanne
11 The formulation process of expert and expert power/ Fam-Ying Tao
14 Starting from two stories… /Yu-Wei Wanne
15 Unsatisfied with “light and shadow”/ Huey-Woan Wang
21 Lost and found/ Ching-Ven Kau
27 Action in life: Life in action/ Pei Yang
29 My vision will exhausted when the unlimited is limited: Bodhisattva practitioner’s action research/ Jian-Shian Shih
32 Strange towing effect: Some thoughts after reading “a lamp”/ Nai-Fei Ding
37 Understands a riddle life light/ Wei-Guo Zhang
39 Between saying and understanding: Known in cross-referencing within the life narration/ Hsi Nancy Lien Shih
45 Loses in the western, retrieves in the Eastern/ Shane Wang
     Authors’ & editor’s responses
48 Harmonious choruses, whishing it’s echo lingers on/ Kai-Cheng Wong
49 Who summons? What to summons? What after summons?/ Fam-Ying Tao
52 Hand-in-hand in the face of the rising expert regime/ Tsen-Yung Wang
54 What kind of space is offered for the existence of “human-beings” in the so-called academic circle?/ Yu-Chun Ku
56 The responses to the response paper “bodhisattva practitioner”/ E-Wai Li
58 Be a happy cyborg : Action research as proceeding dividedly and attacking together of strategies/ Ling-Ching Hsia
Special Issue
63Dyadic Interaction of Married Couples/ Editor: Yuhhuey Jou
65 Mechanisms of resources allocation decision-making among married couples and the effects on child rearing and education/ Chien-Liang Chen
95 Differences on division of labor among Chinese marital affection types: Analysis of couple data/ Fu-Mei Chen & Tsui-Shan Li
117 Interviewing parents of adolescents:Interpreting on their lived experience of parenting/ Shu-Ching Kao & Chao-Ming Liao
147 The marital power processes of couples which husbands are economically dependent./ Hsiu-Chu Tung , Lien-Chien Yang&Wan-I Lin
Empirical Research
183 Recurring conflict in parent-child interaction: Different perspectives/ Shu-Hua Yu , Jen-Yi Wu & Shu-Chu Chao
Life History
215 A woman’s dialog with mid-life transitions/ Mei-Kuang Tai

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No. 25 / Spring 2005  Life Writing and Mental Health
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Dialogues & Responses
      Dyadic Interaction of Married Couples
1 From Solo to Tango/ Shu-chu Chao
3 Couples’ dyadic interaction over the life course:Husbands should be the breadwinners?/ Li-Tuan Chou
6 Endless love from women:When will gender inequality in domestic division of labor be stopped?/ Hsiang-Ming Kung
9 Division of domestic labor:Responsibility or stress? love or care?/ Shain-May Tang
10 Dance with couple/ Whei-Ching Liu
      Author’s & editor’s responses
12 Looking back and forward:Tentative suggestions for marital relationship research/ Yuh-Huey Jou
14 Attendants around the household negotiation table:Revisits on dyadic decision-making mechanism between the couple/ Chien-Liang Chen
19 Share of responsibility in marriage: Equal or unequal?/ Fu-Mei Chen
21 God has family therapists to be in charge of the hardship responsibility about equal right?!/ Wan-I Lin, Hsiu-Chu Tung& Lien-Chien Yang
Special Issue
27 Life Writing and Mental Health/ Editor: Kai-Cheng Wong
29 Exploring secrets in private writing: To rebuild life and portray self/ Shao-Jia Hu
55 A probe on the methodology of narrative inquiry/ Yueh-Tung Ho
73 Self-narrative and life transformation:A learning story of Fan-Shu at Lu-Di Community University/ Cheng-Pin Lai & Shing-Shiang Ting
115 From drowned to agency:Social-practice of a counseling practitioner on a self-narrative/ Ming-Yu Deng
Conceptual Article
143 The allocation of focal attention in visual space:Unitary or split?/ Su-Ling Yeh & Jen-Hao Li
Case Study
179 Narcissistic condition and negative transference:A study of dream analysis/ Yu-Hua Clare Lin
Empirical Research
213 The parent-adolescent relationships of the middle adolescents from the vocational education system(Ⅰ):Content analysis/ Chao-Jung Lin

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No. 26 / Summer 2005  Joke and Humor
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Dialogues & Responses
      Life Writing and Mental Health
1 Do “I” exist when I don’t gaze at the I/ Su-Fei Huang
11 Self-narrative and spirituality/ Hsiu-Lan Shelley Tien
14 Not only “the mental health”/ Tsao-Lin Fong
17 Reflectivity is the key concept in self-narrative/ Chih-Shun Huang
19 Expecting a methodology of narrative inquiry containing narratives/ Hsin-Hsien Fan
22 Narrative and practice: A reflection and feedback on “From drowned to agency”/ Jienshen Shih
24 Reflection: From self narrative to becoming a helper/ Nien-Hwa Lai
26 My narrative response/ Wei-Su Hsu
28 Narrative:Way to understanding the truth of the self/ Tung-Hsing Hsiung
      Author’s & editor’s responses
36 Life story, beauty and being/ Kai-Cheng Wong
37 Subjectivity in/and writing:Reply and exploration/ Shao-Jia Hu
42 What’s good to say? Yueh-Tung Ho 44 More than dignity, it is glory/ Cheng-Pin Lai, Shing-Shiang Ting, Fan Shu
47 From empathy in oneself toward associating oneself with others/ Ming-Yu Deng
Special Issue
55 Joke and Humor/ Editor: Hsueh-Chih Chen & Ching-Chung Wang
57 On humor questions/ Ching-Chung Wang
73 Facilitating playfulness at work/ Yu Ping
95 Finding the embedding humor on creative problems is the second best way to solve it : Humorous creativity and creative humor/ Hsueh-Chih Chen, Shu-Ling Cho, Hwei-Der Lai
117 Pictorial humor processes and a dual-route humor comprehension model/ Jun-Hao Hsu & Angela Ku-Yuan Tzeng
143 Don’t laugh, or your attitude would be revealed from reading jokes: Adjustment theory of disparagement humor appreciation/ Chih-Chun Hsi, Hsueh-Chih Chen, Fa-Chung Chiou
167 Development of the Multidimensional Sense of Humor Scale/ Shu-Jung Chen & Hsueh-Chih Chen
Action Research
189 From we-group to he-group: My journal with the migrants/ Lorna Kung
216 Life praxis in action/ Whei-Ching Liu
218 Foreign labor vs. family labor: The disadvantaged experiences of guestworkers and family caregivers in Taiwan/ Tsui-Shan Li
221 Author’s response
Empirical Research
225 The Parent-adolescent relationships of the middle adolescents from the vocational education system(Ⅱ):Factors for the better transition/ Chao-Jung Lin

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No. 27 / Fall 2005  Occupational Health Psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
      Joke and Humor
1 The research on mental process of humor: Review and prospect of the cognitive approach/ Lee-Xieng Yang
7 Life as humor Wen Hsiao
9 The dilemmas of humor studies: A perspective of social psychology/ Tian-Juh Chiou
13 Humor changes the way of life/ Hsiau-Lih Lin
17 Math? Laughing and joking!/ Hui-Ching Chen
24 Laughter is not equal to humor:The issue of research problem and the cultural context of humor/ Chao-Neng Chan
27 I play, I laugh, but I have creativity./ Fa-Chung Chiou
29 There is a term「humor」in my dictionary!/ Hsiu-Hui Su
      Author’s & editor’s responses
31 Don’t get up if you haven’t decided to face the world with humorous spirit/ Hsueh-Chih Chen
35 Humor as light, city light, society’s light/ Ching-Chung Wang
Special Issue
41Occupational Health Psychology/ Editor: Luo Lu & Peter Y. Chen
43Occupational health psychology: Opportunities and challenges for psychologists in the 21st century/ Peter Y. Chen, Yueng-Hsiang Huang, Sarah DeArmond
59Occupational stress, health and occupational burnout among dentists: A study of clinical dentists in Kaohsiung/ Luo Lu, Hui-Mei Lee, Tian-Yu Shieh
81Relation between Chinese indigenous personality and mental health/ Le-Shan Lai, Henry S.R. Kao
111Paternalistic leadership and subordinate stress in Taiwanese enterprises/ An-An Chao, Henry S.R. Kao
133The bi-directional conflict of work and family:Antecedents, consequences and moderators/ Luo Lu, Mao-Ting Hwang, Shu-Fang Kao
Action Research
167The story of an intern teacher and reflective teaching in the regulations of intern teaching/ Chih-Ho Kuo, Xiao-Pei Yang
195 Mutual reference of teaching experience: Respond to the story of reflective teaching/ Hsiao-Wei Wang
199 Your inquiry, my reflection: A discussion on teaching, internship & action research./ Wu-Kuei Ho
204 Author’s response: I think, therefore I am: Intern teacher? Jobless teacher? Elementary school teacher ?/ Xiao-Pei Yang
206 I recollect the past about four years ago: I did my best to answer them./ Chih-Ho Kuo
209 The re-replies of the responser/ Hsiao-Wei Wang
211 A reflective conversation on the two authors’inquiry./ Wu-Kuei Ho Research Notes
215Psychoanalysis and the constitution of French clinical psychology:A historical critical review/ Chih-Chung Shen
239Taking care of the quarantined people in SARS:A perspective of stress coping from the attachment theory/ Chia-Huei Wu Yi-Cheng Lin

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No. 28 / Winter 2005  A New Page of Cognitive Neuroscience: From the Perspective of Brain Imaging Techniques
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Dialogues & Responses
      Occupational Health Psychology
1 From a healthy workplace to social advancement/ Jui-Ping Hung
9 Reflective thoughts on the development of occupational health psychology in Taiwan/ Chung-Kwei Wang
12 The opportunities and challenges of occupational health psychology/ Chien-Chih Kuo
14 Habit, stress, competitiveness and health: Research and application of OHP/ Yue-Loong Chang
15 Hot leadership or cold leadership?/ Ding-Yu Jiang
      Author’s & editor’s responses
18 Healthy workplace and healthy people: Need for interdisciplinary collaboration and integration/ Peter Y. Chen
Special Issue
23 A New Page of Cognitive Neuroscience: From the Perspective of Brain Imaging Techniques/ Editor: Daisy L. Hung & Ovid J. L. Tzeng
25 A brief review on visual selective attention/ Chi-Hung Juan, Dai-Hua Lu, Jia-Rong Liu, Chiao-Yun Chen
51 The application of transcranial magnetic stimulation in cognitive neuroscience/ Chi-Hung Juan, Dai-Hua Lu, Chiao-Yun Chen
75 Remembering past events: A review of event-related potential studies of episodic memory/ Shih-kuen Cheng
91 Recoding on eye movements and its application on Chinese reading/ Jie-Li Tsai, Miao-Hsuan Yen, Chin-An Wang
105 Second language learning:From neurocognitive perspectives/ Ting-Ting Chang, Daisy L. Hung, Jun-Ren Lee
119 Single word processing: Insights from research on brain-damaged patients/ Denise-Hsien Wu
141 From gene to cognition: What can atypical developments tell us about language?/ Jean C.-F. Hsu
Empirical Research
163 Leaving love behind: Decision-making process of the organ donation families/ Shu-Wen Huang, Luo Lu
197 The views of adolescent on values and costs of having children/ Hsiu-Chu Huang, Shu-Ling Lin
Case Study
223 The process of self-construction unfolded in narrative: A case-study of a kindergarten teacher/ Ai-Ti Tseng, Yen-Hsiang Chao

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No. 29 / Spring 2006  Phenomenological Psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
A New Page of Cognitive Neuroscience: From the Perspective of Brain Imaging Techniques
1 A new page for the development of cognitive neuroscience in Taiwan/ Nai-Shing Yen
3 Development and prospects of cognitive neuroscience in Taiwan/ Shu-Lan Hsieh
9 Neurologically-oriented cognitive psychology: Are we ready for it?/ Chih-Wei Hue, Ming Luo, Cian-Huei Gao
11 The magic keys to unlatch the black box of behaviorism: Brain imaging techniques/ Ying-Jhou Wang
13 Indigenous factors for studies on Chinese speaking aphasics/ Cian-Huei Gao, Chih-Wei Hue, Ming Luo
15 Genetic mutation and atypical language development/ Hong Gao
21 Getting a panoramic view on the shoulders of a giant: A review on bilingualism from the cognitive viewpoint/ Yong-Yu Chen
Editor’s responses
27 Establishing a stable platform for quality research/ Ovid J.L Tzeng
Special Issue
33 Phenomenological Psychology Guest/ Editors: Cheng-Yun Tsai & Jow-Jiun Gong
35 Phenomenological psychology and transcendental phenomenology in the context of Edmund Husserl/ Chung-Chi Yu
53 Theory and application of phenomenological psychology: A genealogical application of empirical and hermeneutical modes/ Cheng-Yun Tsai
71 Two psycho-spiritual patterns for companionship through dying:A dual model/ Der-Heuy Yee, Shih-Ming Shih, Shu-Yi Shia, Ing-Wei Wong
101 Conditions of possibility of reliability, validity and value in the life-world : Philosophical reflection on the methodology of psychiatry/ Wen-Sheng Wang
131 On Infants’ Smiless/ Wei-Lun Lee
157 Corporeality: Husserl’s constitutive analysis of body/ Jow-Jiun Gong
183 Listening to the chronic illness sufferers: A phenomenological perspective/ Yaw- Sheng Lin
Experience & Reflection
213 Identity and research:A teacher/researcher voicing/ His-Hui Ko

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No. 30 / Summer 2006  The Shock and Reflection of the Psychologists’ Ac
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Dialogues & Responses
      Phenomenological Psychology
1 De-psychologized study of the psyche: The contribution of phenomenological psychology/ Kwok-Ying Lau
5 Silent words of phenomenological psychology, lost words of clinical psychology/ Bi-Ling Shieh
9 Why is phenomenology so incomprehensible?/ Wen-Li Soong
11 The patient or Dasein in suffering: Understanding the essence of human experience in Phenomenological Psychology and Heideggers Daseinsanalysis/ Yen-Hui Lee
      Editor’s responses
14 Order of befindlichkeit and order of discourses: Philosophical reflections on psychology/ Jow-Jiun Gong
Special Issue
19 The Shock and Reflection of the Psychologists’Act Guest/ Editors: Jean Liu & Kai-Cheng Wong
21 From“support”to“resistance”:On my changing positions regarding the licentiation of counseling psychologists/ Shane Wang
37 Disturbing waves: Observations and reflections on the Act of Psychologist and licensure process in Taiwan/ Jean Liu
59 My father, A dentist: A personal account interwoven with life history and the national counselor’s certification exam/ Li-Shu Wang
89 What is “Professionalism?”: The college counselor’s introspection and action under the impact of Psychologists’ Act/ Li-Jung Mai, Ming-Chih Wang, Chien-Hao Wu, Wen-Mei Li
125 To escape, to reflect, and to return: A college counselor’s reflection-on-action/ Chin-Chen Wen
155 From the setback of counseling work in elementary/secondary schools to Psychologists’ Act: Finding our way back to professionalism/ Hui-wen Chen, Xiao-Wei Wang, Chang-Hong Han, Rui-Lian Peng, Ya-Ling Chang
181 The process of establishing professionism for high school counseling in Tainwan:Where does the sustaining stimulus come from?/ Hsin-Chun Liao
201 Professionalization=License=Professional Autonomy?/ Frank T.Y. Wang& Frank F.Y. Tao
Empirical Research
225 Potential factors of flight crew fatigue/ Man-Ying Wang, Hero Ho

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No. 31 / Fall 2006  Rethinking Psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
      The Shock and Reflection of the Psychologists’ Act
1 A response to the special issue on the licentiation/ Hsiu-Lan Shelley Tien
3 Moving from rationality to intuition: Another manner to the Act for Counseling Psychologist/ Shu-Hui Liu
11 Examining my past footsteps and responding to the licensure of counseling psychologist/ Hsiao-Ping Cheng
19 Counseling psychology licensure as an imaginary order/ Su-Fei Huang
24 Mistaken a profession for a life-long commitment?/ Hon-Yei Annie Yu
28 In and out of the spot/ Shuh-Ren Jin
33 The myth of the Act for Counseling Psychologist: Suggestions on the future development for the counseling profession/ Te-Chung Chang
      Author’s responses
35 Please tell me why helping others should be professionalized!/ Frank F. Y. Tao & Frank T.Y. Wang
37 Look forward to a professional approach:A school counselor’s point of view/ Shin-Chun Liao
39 Collective anxiety for existence in Taiwan Hui-Wen Chen 40 Psychologist act is not “God!”!/ Chin-Chen Wen
42 Mixed Meal or Side-dish? A freelancer’s response to the impact of the act of counseling psychologists/ Chien-Hao Wu
47 Gazing at power with disbelief: A civic action after the licentiation of counseling psychologist/ Shane Wang& Lin Feng Wang
Special Issue
52 Rethinking Psychology Guest/ Editor: Shing-Shiang Ting
55 On the predicaments and prospects of the developments in psychology/ Chun-Hsing Chang
67 Theory and practice of the indigenous culture approach of psychological research/ Chun-Hsing Chang
75 Knowledge of the third kind for psychology at the cultural turn: A critical note/ Wen-Li Soong
93 The way of academic critique/ Kwang-Kuo Hwang
102 Academic indigenization: Possibility of disagreement and necessity of reflection/ Ruey-Ling Chu
106 Transformation in dialectics/ Whei-Ching Liu
108 A radical turn instead of an idle spin: A reply to Hwang, Chu, and Liu/ Wen-Li Soong
113 The reflexivity of psychology:The way to an ethical and beautiful society in the psychology of the human sciences/ Shing-Shiang Ting& Cheng-Pin Lai
133 Some association about the paradox of reflexivity and subjectivity/ Tsao-Lin Fong& Hsing-Yi Chang
137 Picking up the responsibility of being (a man)/ Shing-Shiang Ting& Cheng-Pin Lai
141 The passionate heritage in social psychology/ Whei-Ching Liu
156 The marriage of passion and ration Chung-Kwei Wang 159 Goal keeper & cross-boundary dancer/ Whei-Ching Liu
161 Ceasing yet ceaseless psychology of “Fu-Jen”/ Kai-Cheng Wong
194 Heart of the virtuous man/ Hsin-Ai Yuan
197 Founding friendship upon art(icle), aiding humanity through friendship/ Kai-Cheng Wong
201 Locational self-configurations:Educators in the folds of political history/ Ling-Ching Hsia
240 Made by hand on an assembled Vehicle: Educational psychology in practice as a cultural resistance/ Nai-Fei Ding
246 Practice that goes before theories/ Yen-Liang Chiu
250 Labor combination of handiwork knowledge/ Ling-Ching Hsia

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No. 32/ Winter 2006  Preventing Domestic Violence: Interdisciplinary Actions and Reflections
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Dialogues & Responses
      Rethinking Psychology
1 The voice from nowhere/ Shane Wang
4 The human subject between psychology and philosophy/ Yen-Hui Lee
7 How does the Fu Jen Psychology explore practicably?/ Chao-Hsu Tseng
11 The emergence of Cultural Psychology: A third kind for psychology/ Shyh-Nan Liou
17 Devotion in critical enthusiasms and reflections/ Duu-Jian Tsai
21 A reflection on “reflection”: Philosophical dialogue with “The reflexivity of psychology”/ Shen-Chon Lai
26 The Fu Jen School: An approach from the perspective of psychology/ Chien-Chiu Li
      Editor’s and authors’ responses
29 “An otherness of the subject” within “the subjectivity of an other”/ Hsing-Yi Chiang
33 Jumping hearts of crossing discipline/ Kai-Cheng Wong
34 Building a society of reflective dialogue and creativity/ Shing-Shiang Ting
Special Issue
39 Preventing Domestic Violence: Interdisciplinary Actions and Reflections Guest/ Editors: Di Cherng & Hon-Yei Yu
      Dialogues
41 A true story of a battered woman: The process of surviving/ Sue-Ying Lin
48 Changes on domestic violence in the courtroom over the last decade: Court experiences of a divorce lawyer/ Su-ling Lai
52 The difficult legal situations for women suffering marriage violence/ Yi-Chuan Chen
55 Adjudication of cases regarding violence and divorce: New directions and responses to the prevention and deterrence of domestic violence. /Nan-Yuan Peng
69 Who decides who is professional or non-professional/ Shang-Luan Yan
74 The court counseling service: A theraputic intervention or not?/ Fang-Hao Lin
81 Stop violence against women, its local action and global connection/ Yen-Chi Ting
101 Enhancing the coordinated function between batterer intervention programs and the legal system/ Di Cherng
135 Flowers falling with the rain at dark: Judges’ attitudes toward domestic violence based on verdiets/ Hsiao-Chun Su
165 The mental experience with adults who witness domestic violence in childhood/ Chin-Yin Chiang
183 Empowering battered women: An integrative model of incorporating resilience in social work training and supervision/ Kai-Ming Lee Shu-Fen Chen
207 Book review: A dialogue between objective fact and subjective truth/ Tsung-Chieh Ma
Action Research
217 The story of growing up: Reflections on the implementation of portfolio assessment in early childhood education/ Yu-Chia Hsiao & Yuh-Yin Wu

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No. 33/ Spring 2007  Organization Clinical Research
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Dialogues & Responses
      Preventing Domestic Violence: Interdisciplinary Actions and Reflections
1 Legal limitations on counseling and mediation in domestic violence cases/ Fehng-Shian Gau
7 Questions regarding marital violence intervention: Gaps in action between the profession and the community/ Su- Lun Ko
10 Criminalizing domestic violence: A challenge to the criminal justice system/ Pei-Ling Wang
16 The role of judiciary in the revention of domestic violence/ Fang-Yu Lai
25 Recovery vs. resilience/ Ching-Li Chang
      Editors’ and authors’ responses
30 Rethinking on practice of fellowship/ Yen-Chi Ting
33 The different faces of a community/ Hon-Yei Yu
37 Professional actions in preventing domestic violence/ Di Cherng
Special Issue
51 Organization Clinical Research/ Editors: Sy-Feng Wang, Chao-Ming Liu & Jyh- Hong Lee
53 Building theories from organization clinical research/ Sy-Feng Wang & Chao-Ming Liu
101 Clinical approach in organization: Interests and models/ Bor-Shiuan Cheng
127 A dual performing by organization development and strategy management: What is the strategy formation process?/ Sy-Feng Wang, Wang-Hui Weng & Irving Cheng
175 Reflection on learning organization theory and Its practices/ Jen-Shou Yang & Hsiu-Tsu Cho
Experience & Reflection
199 She goes through course evaluations:Re-thinking course evaluation through the teachers’ “being”/ Mei-Ju Chen
Empirical Research
231 Colleges students'views of autonomy and their developmental trajectories: Parent-adolescent relationship as a context/ Huey-Ya Lin

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No. 34/ Summer 2007  Cultural Psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
      Organization Clinical Research
1 A practical viewpoint of organizational clinical research/ Hsien-Wen Liu
9 On the huge break between theory and practice from a systems thinking perspective/ Chia-Ping Chen
15 Toward more practical knowledge and more knowing praxis/ Jui-Ping Hung
30 Strategy formation process: A complicated structure/ Rong-An Shang
      Editors’ responses
34 From past to future/ Sy-Feng Wang & Chao-Ming Liu
      Additional thoughts
35 Interdisciplinary collaboration: Research and practice/ Peter Y. Chen, Min-Chien Tsai & Sy-Feng Wang
Special Issue
43 Cultural Psychology/ Editor: Wen-Li Soong
45 Reflection on the phenomenological-psychological investigations in Chinese society/ Der-Heuy Yee
75 Looking for ways to meaning: A note of clinical-local-cultural psychology/ Wen-Li Soong
113 A buddha manifested in a leaf of grass: Phenomenological meaning of healing and caring – reflected from a case study in a mental hospital/ Wen-Sheng Wang
145 Cultural becoming and personal becoming: A non-hypostatic discourse for indigenous psychology/ Wei-Lun Lee, Yaw-Sheng Lin & Der-Heuy Yee
Empirical Research
195 An exploratory study on clothing attitude and its dynamic mechanism/ Cheng-Chieh Hsiao, Shin-Shiang Ting & Maryta Laumann
Experience & Reflection
229 The cultural and political issues under power and violence: The narrative study for working with the clients being identified as abusers/ Shane Wang

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No. 35/ Fall 2007  Psychology of Human Resource Management: Research and Practice
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Dialogues & Responses
      Cultural Psychology
1 Refraction of theory of double difference for refraction/ Chi-Jeng Yeh
7 Self of Outlaws/ Jow-Jiun Gong
      Authors’ responses
11 Inner making of Oriental mind: A reply to Dr. Yeh’s comment./ Der-Heuy Yee, Yaw-Sheng Lin & Wei-Lun Lee
Special Issue
15 Psychology of Human Resource Management: Research and Practice/ Editors: Wen-Zhao Yu & Chao-Ming Liu
17 Theoretical construct of All-orientation Motivation Theory in human resource management/ Wen-Zhao Yu
31 Supervisor-subordinate communication as a mediator between transformation leadership and OCB and intention to leave/ Wen-Hua Yan, Xiao-Wei Guo & Jörg Felfe
55 A study on capability-assessment for managers/ Yong-Hua Su & Ping-Geng Peng
85 The influences of trainees’ attributes on HR training effectiveness/ Jian-Rong Liu & Chen-Yan Li
115 Antecedents and outcomes of work family conflict/ Yong-Xin Li & Hong-Qiang Huang
Experience & Reflection
137 A naked model’s reflection and practice on the still life table/ Yi-Tzu Chen
Empirical Research
153 The development of independence and autonomy during adolescence/ Huey-Ya Lin
185 Development of “Humor Comprehension and Humor Creativity Test ”/ Ching-Yi Wu, Hsueh-Chih Chen, Fa-Chung Chiou & Chih-Chun Hsi
211 A study of the relationships among cadets’ need-problems, coping styles and the socialization at military institutes/ Sheng-Te Chang

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No. 36/ Winter 2007  The Consulting Process in Action
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Dialogues & Responses
      Psychology of Human Resource Management: Research and Practice
1 HR management practice and all-orientation motivation theory/ Xian-Xue Yuan
7 Systematic view of all-orientation motivation theory and its realization/ Wen-Dian Shi
12 All-orientation motivation theory: Psychological perspective/ Hung-Chen Huang
15 A complex issue: The influences of trainees’ attributes on HR training effectiveness/ Yen-Chuan Cheng
17 The beneficial exploration and the rich harvest/ Hai-Gen Gu
22 Some Suggestion to “ A study on capability-assessment for managers ”/ Jung-Chuen Wang
Special Issue
27 The Consulting Process in Action/ Editors: Jyh- Hong Lee, Sy-Feng Wang & Chao-Ming Liu
37 An action research of intervention processes: From a junior consultant’s perspective/ Rong-Lin Wu, Sy-Feng Wang & Chao-Ming Liu
71 The knowing frame and practice process of business consultants: The double thinking model and organizational drama interpretation/ Hung-Chen Huang, Chao-Ming Liu & Sy-Feng Wang
113 The team-building process of college student leaders: An after action review and reflection/ Jyh-Hong Lee & Chao-Ming Liu
151 Using organizational culture framework to inquire the meaning of healthy organization/ Jui-Ping Hung, Jyh-Hong Lee, Chih-Ming Chou & Chao-Ming Liu
193 Self-involvement clinical research: A preliminary design from subcultural encounter perspective/ Jyh-Hong Lee & Sy-Feng Wang
Empirical Research
223 The effects of Chinese paternalistic leadership on multinational subordinates’ psychological health: A study of Chinese expatiate managers/ Hao-Yi Chen, Henry S. R. Kao & Chie-Fuh Wu

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No. 37/ Spring 2008  Military Psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
      Interview
1 Conversation with Dr. Bor-Shiuan Cheng : His consulting experience and life narrative/ Jui-Ping Hung, Jyh-Hong Lee, Chin-Lun Tsai
      The Consulting Process in Action
32 The dynamics of relationship between consultants and clients: Experience of another way of teacher-pupil interactions/ Jen-Shou Yang
40 Consulting for organization to future/ Ding-Yu Jiang
45 Still consulting experience: Where consultant meets consultant/ Tsung-yu Wu
50 The initial discussion of indigenous consultation models/ Jui-Ping Hung
     Editors’ response
59 The community of practice and reflections Jyh-Hong Lee
Special Issue
65 Military Psychology/ Editor: Min-Hwa Sun
67 The review and perspective of the development of military psychology in Taiwan : A content analysis/ Chih-Long Yen & Fa-Chung Chiu
95 The development of Psychological Function Tendency Inventory and its applications on cadets’ school adjustment/ Yu-Wen Ma & Kuo-Ying Chong
125 Aeronautical decision-making training: The application from decision-making theory to aeronautical decision-making auxiliary mnemonics/ Wen-Chin Li, Dr. Don Harris & Chih-Chao Hsieh
153 Military officer’s leadership behavior and related factors in Taiwan/ Yi-Lung Shih & Min-hwa Sun
Empirical Research
181 Latent class analyses of maternal beliefs, childrearing goals, and parenting practices: Associations with children’s academic performance/ Huey-Ya Lin
Action Research
215 Professionalism, identity, and survival of primary school teachers: A process of inquiring focuses research foci/ His-Hui Ko
244 Churning the intension of utterances:Respond to author’s article/ Chi-Shun Hwang
250 Author’s response: What place am “I” standing at ? Floating between the “primary school teacher” and “researcher”/ His-Hui Ko

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No. 38/ Summer 2008  Family Stress and Resilience
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Dialogues & Responses
      Military Psychology
1 The dilemma and solution of the development of military psychology in Taiwan: A practical perspective/ Hsin-Hsin Lo
5 Making the dream come true: Advancement of the indigenous military psychology in Taiwan/ Shu-Hua Cheng
9 Wherein psychology lingeringly encounter military/ Hsueh-Chih Chen
11 To develope military psychology with in the psychology context of Taiwan/ Chih-Long Yen & Fa-Chung Chiu
Special Issue
15 Family Stress and Resilience/ Editors: Tsui-Shan Li & Ying-Ling Hsiao
17 Family narratives in action/ Jean Liu
61 The recovery of low-income single mothers:The contribution of strength from parent-child interaction/ Shao-Ling Hu & Sheh-Wei Sun
107 Parenting resilience, coparenting and parenting stress for mothers of young children with hearing loss/ Hsin-Chieh Mei, Kuen-Ying Tsai & Jo-Lin Chen
151 Couple resilience to life stress: The role of marital affection and interaction/ Tsui-Shan Li & Ying-Ling Hsiao
Empirical Research
173 Support networks for families of children with autism/ Hung-Yan Sung
209 Associations between parental role identity and coparenting/ Huey-Ya Lin

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No. 39/ Fall 2008  Life Story and Psychobiography : Legacy and Development
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Dialogues & Responses
      Family Stress and Resilience
1 Resilience and social work/ Ching-Ying Shen
4 Find the key point of helping family: The viewpoint of family stress between the risk and protect factors/ Sung-Hsien Sun
8 The resilience of families in high risks: What overcomes the odds/ Li-Chen Cheng
Special Issue
13 Life Story and Psychobiography : Legacy and Development/ Editors: Shing-Shiang Ting & Ming-Shiang Ni
17 The life-narrative of self-transcendence as the monks/ Tzung-Bai Hsin & Shin-Drew Lin
59 Religious experience and professional transition : A study of a preschool teacher/ Wan-Tun Huang & Ming-Shiang Ni
95 Freedom and knot : The narrative of a son of a bipolar disorder father/ Chu-Wei Li & Tung-Hsing Hsiung
121 Trapped v.s. finding way out : The life story of a Hakka woman/ Wen-Mei Li & Shing-Shiang Ting
165 The fulfillment of power of will : The life story of G. L. Mackay/ Po-Jung Hsu & Chao-Yi Chen
Empirical Research
215 Cognitive representation of emotional intelligence: Similarity and difference between genders and cohorts/ Chung-Kwei Wang & Kuo-Ying Lo

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No. 40/ Winter 2008  Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology: Field and Development
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Dialogues & Responses
      Life Story and Psychobiography : Legacy and Development
1 Searching the road to Hakka/ Hsiang-Mei Chen
6 Life’s art, academic pain/ Cheng-Pin Lai
9 Showing the subjectivity in religious study/ Rong-Xiang Xue
11 The encounter to life with heart in writing process through the her- story/ Hsing Wan
15 Toward the self of being: Intersection of the narrative,writing and reading/ Wei-Mei Li & Shing-Shiang Ting
Special Issue
23 Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology: Field and Development/ Editors: Yung-Ho Ko , Hsiu-Jung Chen & En-Chang Wu
29 The history of clinical psychology in Taiwan/ Yung-Ho Ko
59 Comparing the development of Taiwan and American clinical psychology/ Wen-Yau Hsu & Kuang-Yun Chang
99 The perspective of past, present and future of clinical health psychology in Taiwan/ Hsiu-Jung Chen & Yi-Rhiu Chang
121 The development and current achievement of clinical neuropsychology in Taiwan/ Ker-Neng Lin , Yi-Chuan Chu , Chi-Cheng Yang , Ting-Wen Cheng , Fang-Hsien Chu & Mau-Sun Hua
141 An overview of child clinical psychology in Taiwan: From the past to the future/ Pei-Yung Liang & Yun-Ru Chen
165 The autism research in Taiwan: Literature overview/ Chung-Hsin Chiang
197 Review of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) research in Taiwan/ Huey-Ling Huang
Conceptual Article
221 Children’s suggestibility:Research and implications/ Li-Ming Chen

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No. 41/ Spring 2009  Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology:Pratice and Application
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Dialogues & Responses
      Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology: Field and Development
1 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD) and autism research in Taiwan/ Wei-Tsuen Soong
5 Now and future for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder research in Taiwan/ Horng-Yih Lee
8 Body and mind: Meeting and completing each other in whole/ Ching-Yu Chen
13 Perspectives on the development of clinical psychology in Taiwan/ Huei-Chen Ko
Authors’ responses
16 Precious hard to come by together: Reply to professor Chen’s responsive treatise/ Hsiu-Jung Chen & Yi-Rhiu Chang
20 The secondary exploration on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder research/ Huey-Ling Huang
Special Issue
27 Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology: Practice and Application/ Editors: Yung-Ho Ko , Hsiu-Jung Chen & En-Chang Wu
35 The organizations and manpower of Taiwan clinical psychologists/ Sou-Jane Wang
43 Practice survey of clinical psychologists in Taiwan/ Chiu-Tien Hsu , Chuang-Hua Huang & Chih-Chiang Cheng
57 The professional ethics of clinical psychologist in Taiwan/ Gye-Tung Ou
63 On-the-job-training and its future needs of clinical psychologist in Taiwan/ Ker-Neng Lin
77 The application of clinical psychology in sleep medicine: Past, present, and future/ Chien-Ming Yang
93 The application of clinical psychology in school settings/ Chun-Yu Huang, Chin-Yi Wang ,Chien-Hsi Hsu ,Shu-Lin Ke & Chih-Hsuan Wang
109 The development of clinical rehabilitation psychology in Taiwan/ Nai-Wen Guo , Yu-Hsin Wu & Ling-Yee Cheng
153 When clinical psychologists encountered the 921 Chi- Chi Earthquake/ Ren-Jau Shiau , Yaw-Sheng Lin ,Chung-Hsin Chiang, Fu-Chang Hung, Shu-Lin Ke & En-Chang Wu
175 The research and applications of clinical health psychology for cardiovascular diseases in Taiwan/ Chia-Ying Weng
Conceptual Article
185 The wound may be given without embodiment:Understanding the indigenous transformation of psychological healing from the phenomenology and psychoanalysis perspectives/ Yaw-Sheng Lin & Jow- Jiun Gong
Case Study
235 Hypnotherapy in the treatment of the victim of childhood sexual abuse:A case study/ Yin-Hsing Tseng

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No. 42/ Summer 2009  Sport Psychology:The Link between Sports and Health
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Editorial Note
1 Multi-standpoint differentiation and encountering: Exploring the networking evolution of three psychology journals in Taiwan/ Sy-Feng Wang , Chao-Ming Liu ,Pin-Chieh Lin & Hsien-Wen Liu
33 The implications reflected in the network analysis of citation data within three psycholog journals in Taiwan/ Mei-Chih Lee
39 Is the new axle center a possible? Beyond multi-standpoint differentiation/ Li-Li Huang
Dialogues & Responses
      Retrospect and Prospect in Clinical Psychology: Practice and Application
45 Second thoughts on the training of professional ethics for clinical psychologists/ Yu-Hua Lin
48 Narrative and reflection/ Chung-Hsing Lu
52 Inerasable development of clinical rehablilitation psychology in Taiwan/ Ke-Neng Lin
Special Issue
55 Sport Psychology: TheLink between Sports and Health/ Editors: Frank J.H. Lu & Li-Kang Ji
59 Sport and exercise psychology: Past, present, and future/ Chung-Ju Huang
81 Exploring Taiwanese athlete burnout: A cultural and contextual reflection/ Frank J.H. Lu ,Tammy C.Y. Chu , Joline C.L. Tsai & Josephine F. R. Jan
123 Electroencephalography application in sport and exercise psychology/ Tsung-Min Hung & Heng- Hsing Shih
163 Physical activity and its determinants among female adolescents: An application of the health promotion model/ Mu-Lan Feng & Hank J. L. Jwo & Tsu-Yin Wu
187 Paternalistic leadership, team socialization and team culture: A study of sports teams/ San-Fu Kao & Chong-Jen Chuang
Empirical Research
215 From silence of an invisible figure to tumult of multiple performances: On cross-generational influences of intimacy of father-and-son relationship/ An-chi Chen & Vincent Shieh

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No. 43/ Fall 2009  Employee Counseling and Occupation Health Psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
      Sport Psychology: The Link between Sports and Health
1 The stones of those hills may be used to polish gems/ Chiao-Lin Nien
3 Discussing the significant direction of the studies on sport leadership nationwide from the development of leadership theory/ Chi-Chang Chen
6 Mind-body non-intermittence/ Shih-Chiung Lai
9 Fatigue is the important factor of athletes burn out/ Hung-Liang Chang
Special Issue
15 Employee Counseling and Occupational Health Psychology/ Editors: Ming-Lei Yang
19 Explore the process model of job burnout: A study of food and beverage managers/ Jui-Ping Hung & Yi-Hsuan Chen
49 Promoting healthy behaviors in workplace by counseling: Helping smokers quit smoking with a health counseling model/ Jian-Hong Chen
63 A preliminary study of the employees’ intention of seeking employment counseling:Based on the theory of planned behavior/ Shih-Ying Chan & Hui-Ying Lin
99 A crisis of discontinuity and to get beyond : Interpret the existence of unemployed men/ Jui-Ping Hung
Experience & reflection
149 The power dynamics between social workers and service users/ Li-Ping Ke
Conceptual Article
177 Radical representation in models of Chinese character recognition/ Yi-Chuan Chen & Su-Ling Yeh
Empirical Research
207 The new paradisal road: A study of married men and their gender fair Consciousness/ Jye-Jiunn Liu , Li-An Guo & Yi-Chao Wang

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No. 44/ Winter 2009  Expressive Arts Therapy
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Dialogues & Responses
      Employee Counseling and Occupational Health Psychology
1 A reflection to the study of employee couneling seeking behavior/ Wen Hsiao
5 Response to the interpretations of situation facing the unemployed male worker/ Te-Tsung Chang
9 Viewing counseling for smoking cessation: In Satir model/ Tao-Feng Li
      Authors’ response
13 The response to the reflection of employee counseling/ Shih-Ying Chang & Hui-Ying Lin
14 Closely examining the unemployed man: Knowledge, care, and help/ Jui-Ping Hung
Special Issue
21 Expressive Arts Therapy/ Editors: Tsung-Chin Lee & Wen-Li Soong
25 Manifestation of meaning in the exploration of free drawing/ Wen-Li Soong
53 Participation in drama therapy: From the perspective of children and adolescents who have witnessed domestic violence/ Su-Chen Hung & Li-Chun Li
85 The use of expressive writing in composition course to develop students’ self-concept and writing ability: A study of a high school in central Taiwan/ Shiu-Ya Liuh, Hsiu-Ping Hung, Mei-Chuan Chan & Chia-Chen Tu
127 Authentic movement: The healing by body movement/ Tsung-Chin Lee
Empirical Research
147 Old age, gender, and narrative: The gendered construction of old age/ Ming-Li Chen
189 Contrast or assimilation?: Investigation on the social comparison of healthy status/ Chia-Ching Tsai
Action Research
213 Exploring the design principles for real-time webcounseling systems:Action research approach/ Yu-Fen Chen, Wei-Su Hsu, Wei-Chung Chang & Chi-Yin Hsu

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No. 45/ Spring 2010  Periphery of Civility and Public Space
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Dialogues & Responses
      Expressive Arts Therapy
1 Psychoanalysis: Active imagination or free association Yaw-Sheng Lin
4 The body action healing: From the young who have witnessed domestic violence and participated in drama therapy Shu-Yu You
10 From authentic movement to the power of virtuality: Body movement and pragmatic revolt Jow-Jiun Gong
Special Issue
13 Periphery of Civility and Public Space Editors: Lin-Ching Hsia, Wen-Li Soong& Tsz-Yi Chang
17 Public civilization:A new view on the study of Chinese nationality Lian-Xiang Sha
45 Walking together through the path of de-colonization: The social learning of a resistance fellowship Lin-Ching Hsia
73 Space, symbol, inheritance and sublimation of Tian-Qiao culture Fei Liao
109 The ground, the table, and the Face: The three interfaces of civility Wen-Li Soong
127 Miaohui, religion organizations and village consciousness: Living experiences of urban villagers Qing-Zhong Sun
149 The performers on the borders: Sustaining a space of creativity and resistance in modern society Tsz-Yi Chang
Empirical Research
173 Female leadership and communication: Gender communication and the construction of organizational cultures in Taiwan Li-Li Chin
203 Expatriates wives’ decision-making on whether to relocate overseas: A qualitative analysis Hsin-Pei Wu, Luo Lu, Su-Chen Lin, Chao-Ming Liu

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No. 46/ Summer 2010  Traditional Chinese Medicine Psychology
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Dialogues & Responses
      Periphery of Civility and Public Space
1 Expecting the emergence of creative and successive social psychologies in the ceasing Chinese culture/ Kai-Cheng Wong
3 Reply to walking together through the path of de-colonization: The social learning of a resistance fellowship/ Po-Fen Tai
6 The politics of spatial practices/ Tung-Hung Ho
8 A certain je ne sais quoi about identifiability and its weighty misgivings/ Hsu-Ta Lin
12 The “Politics” and “ politics” in cultural-spatial practices/ Hsing-Chi Wang
Special Issue
19 Traditional Chinese Medicine Psychology/ Editors: Henry Shang-Ren Kao & Mi-Qu Wang
21 Traditional Chinese medicine psychology: Foundation, development and prospect/ Mi-Qu Wang, Wei-Hong Li, Ming-Qi Qiao, Wen-Dong Du, Xiao-Juan Zhang, Xiang-Yu Dong, Jing-Tao Xe & Wei-Dong Wang
51 Body and mind dialogue: Field notes on a path of reflective conversation/ Lin-Ching Hsia & Meng-Chian Liou
71 Calligraphy for health and behavioral therapy/ Henry Shang-Ren Kao
93 International research contributions to TCM psychology: Acupuncture, Qigong, Tai Chi and meditation/ Min Xu, An-An Chao, Bell Cheuk-Fai Chung, Hua-Xiao Liu, & Henry Shang-Ren Kao
Empirical Research
125 Coparenting patterns and parenting stress/ Huey-Ya Lin
Conceptual Article
153 Face recognition and its developmental differences: A multi-level review/ Ji-Sien Yang & Gary Cong-Wen Shyi
Experience & Reflection
233 Court-based divorce mediation model in Taiwan: Is it gender fair?/ Li-An Kuo & Wei-Shin Wang

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No. 47/ Fall 2010  Organizational Narrative Reserch
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Dialogues & Responses
      Traditional Chinese Medicine Psychology
1 Comments on “Traditional Chinese medicine psychology: Foundation, development and prospect,” with a discussion on whither goes the psychology of Chinese medicine?/ Wen-Li Soong
5 The alternative pathway of well being: A response to Kao’s “Calligraphy on health and behavioral therapy”/ Cheng-Chien Chen
9 A response to the traditional Chinese medicine psychology/ Li-Chuan Chu
Special Issue
18 Organizational Narrative Reserch/ Editors: Jui-Ping Hung & Jyh-Hong Lee
21 Organization narrative: The narrative turn in organizational study/ Dun-Hou Tsai & Ted Yu-Chung Liu
41 Organizational multiple realities: Narrative reflections in an organizational consultation case/ Jui-Ping Hung
89 A pathway towards resilience: A narrative approach/ Chun-Hung Lin, Sy-Feng Wang, & Chao-Ming Liu
Empirical Research
119  A study on the lived experience of infertile women who later become mothers/ Hsui-Chu Huang & Shu-Ling Lin
165 The influence of target ambiguity on memories of favor-doings/ Kuei-Hsian Han
Conceptual Article
189 The construction of wisdom development model and practical suggestions/ Li-Ming Chen & Ying-Yao Cheng
213 Neural networks for reading as revealed by functional brain imaging: What have we learned from Chinese dyslexic children?/ Yu-Cheng Lin & Pei-Ying Lin
237 Discussing affect and psychology from 《Nanjing》 “ Five Zang-Organs Store Seven Spirits”/ Yu-Cheng Kuo

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No. 48/ Winter 2010  Becomings:Gendered Self-embodiments
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Dialogues & Responses
      Organizational Narrative Research
1 How Can Narrative Psychology Resolve Practical Organization Issues? Chih-Long Yen
5 A Commentary on “ Organizational Multiple Realities” and “A-Hui’s Story” Fa-Chung, Chiu
9 Organizational Narrative Inquiry: Understanding and Representing Organizational Life Experiences Bella Ya-Hui Lien
16 View Organizational Multiple Realities as the Ending Point or the Start Point Szu-Ting Lin
      Authors’ & editor’s responses
19 Organization Narrative Revisited Jui-Ping Hung
Special Issue
37 Becomings: Gendered Self-Embodiments Editor: Lin-Ching Hsia
39 Ying-Fan-Hang’s Daughter: Passing through Poverty and Sexual Morality Oppression Shu-Juan Wang
79 Reconstructing the Action Knowledge of “Disability” on Sexual/Gender Performances Su-Jen Lee
101 The Bonesetter’s Daughter: A Narrative Study using the Frame of Sexual/Gender, Politics, and History Lin Yen
Life History
141 Becoming a Counselor: A Self Narrative Study Jane-Wan Chiu
Empirical Research
181 Screening for Early Onsets of Dementia: An Evaluation of the Mini-Mental State Examination Yi-Hsiung Lin, Mei-Chiao Lai, Chia-Chien Chang & Lee-Shu Chen
199 The Effect of Chinese Work Values and Person and Work Fit on Job Satisfaction and Organization Commitment Chung-Kwei Wang & Kuo-Ying Lo

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No. 49/ Spring 2011  Raising Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
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Dialogues & Responses
      Becomings: Gendered Self-embodiments
1 “We”, A collective becoming: Practical use of Knowledge in living, helping and research/ Hsiang-Chun Lin
10 Becoming a person and living a life of virtue/ Ying-Fang Chiou
12 Embodiment and experience: The existential grounds of self and culture/ Mei-Rian Liao
17 To those who have not been defeated/ An-Bang Yu
      Authors’ & Editor’s Responses
20 A silent yet prosperous road/ Yen Lin
21 Overcoming the dilemmas of “becoming us”/ Su-Jen Lee
22 Response to responses/ Shu-Juan Wang
23 Relational politics between presence and not presence/ Lin-Ching Hsia
Special Issue
29 Raising Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder/ Editor: Horng-Yih Lee
31 School and family adaptation of children in special education: A comparison between children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and children with comorbid ADHD and conduct disorder/ Ming-Fu Tsai
65 Pharmacotherapy of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder using methylphenidate: Mechanisms of action and relevant issues/ Wen-Hung Lien & Li-Yu Hung
89 The emotion competence of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder/ Li-Yu Shyu
111 Exploring the strategies for managing core symptoms of attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder: From parents’ viewpoint/ Yu-Hisen Chen & Horng-Yih Lee
Action Research
137 Spontaneous healing through a deep-writing approach/ Mei-Chuan Tsai
167 Response to “Spontaneous healing through a deep-writing approach”/ Kai-Li Chang
170 In-depth writing and the salad bowl/ Horn-Fay Cherng
172 From “Spontaneous healing” to “Writing to heal”/ Mei-Chuan Tsai
Contrasting Views
177 Traversing social fantasy: Žižek’s subversion of “Superego” and its educational Implications/ Hsing-Yi Chiang
206 Commentator 206 Author’s response: “no response” and “over-response”210 Commentator 211 Author’s response
Empirical Research
219 Romantic relationship satisfaction in adolescence: A study of senior high and vocational students in Taipei, Taiwan/ Suei-Wen Chin & Shin-Huei Huang

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No. 50/ Summer 2011  The Application of Psychology in Sleep Medicine
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Dialogues & Responses
      Raising Children with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
1 A dialogue between parents and experts/ Chia-Chen Chao, Chung-Hsun Chang, Yu-Chen Tu
      Authors’ & Editor’s Responses
4 Beyond a parent’s viewpoint: Exploring the strategies for managing symptoms of ADHD/ Horng-Yih Lee
Special Issue
9 The Application of Psychology in Sleep Medicine/ Editors: Chien-Ming Yang & Ning-Hung Chen
13 The impact of sleep quality on memory performance in community elderlies: A preliminary study/ Zai-Ting Yeh, Peng-Chih Wang, Kun-Hu Chen, Huey-Tzy Chen, & Yuan-Kai Wang
43 The association between cognitive factors and hypnotic-tapering in individuals with primary insomnia/ Ying-Si Lai, Chien-Ming Yang, & Shih-Chieh Hsu
81 The association between severity of obstructive sleep apnea syndrome and mood status: An exploration of possible mediating effects by autonomic nerve system and excessive sleepiness/ Chia-Shuo Wu, Yi-Ju Tsai, Ning-Hung Chen, & Chien-Ming Yang
Empirical Research
121 The effect of special learning orientation training on professional commitment/ Hui Meng, Wen-Jia Shen, Qiong Han, & Guo-Ying Hang
147 Educational systems and values: Factors affecting the dissemination of human rights policies in urban junior high schools in Taiwan/ Chung-Kwei Wang & Kuo-Ying Lo
Conceptual papers
191 The benefits of exercise on brain function: A review/ Chun-Hao Wang & Chia-Liang Tsai
Experiences and Reflections
217 “Exit” and “entrance”: An exhausted substitute teacher’s journey through self-realization/ Hsiu-Chuan Chang & Nien-Hwa Lai

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No. 51/ Fall 2011  Emotional Development and Emotion Education
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Dialogue & Response
      The Application of Psychology in Sleep Medicine
1 Emotion and health: The protective functions of positive emotions/ Zai-Ting Yeh
4 Unfolding the secret of sleep/ Hsin-Chien Lee
     Authors’ & Editor’s Response
9 Wishing for a bio-psycho-social sleep medicine/ Chien-Ming Yan
Special Issue
13 Emotional Development and Emotion Education/ Editor: Shih-Tseng Tina Huang
15 The performance on standardized developmental scales in young children with autism spectrum disorders/ Chin-Chin Wu & Chung-Hsin Chiang
41 The relationship between paternal meta-emotion philosophy toward anger and children’s expression of anger/ Li-Wen Lai & Jui-Chih Chin
79 Identity status, self-defining memory and psychological well-being in emerging adulthood/ Hsiao-Wen Liao & Ching-Ling Cheng
111 The mother-child relationship of an immigrant mother within the cultural context of Chinese family: A case study of a Cambodian-born Vietnamese mother/ Hsin-Hsuan Wu & Jui-Chin Chin
149 The emotional reactions toward frustration in six to twelve-month-old infants/ Shih-Tseng Tina Huang & Shu-Ling Kao
Action Research
171 The landscapes of teacher evaluation for professional development: Dialogue, understanding and obseration/ Mei-Ju Chen
205 Accompanying our children toward a fruitful life/ Hsieng-Cheng Tseng
208 Cultivating capability for on the spot praxis: A response to Mei-Ju Chen/ Horn-Fay Cherng
212 Questions regarding the “meaning” of the narrative inquiry to teacher evaluation for professional development/ Yung-Shan Hung
216 Meeting the real needs of education: Implementing the “evaluation of teachers’ professional growth” model/ Shin-Chun Liao
221 Returning to the essence: Recognizing one another’s values and …shaping mutual core values through dialogue/ Mei-Ju Chen
Field Note
227 The neglected trauma: The tears shed by the victims who reside outside the disaster area/ Shen-Kuei Huang, Chia-Chi Chiu, Ming-Yuan Shen, Hui-Chia Hsu, & Hsin-Yan Lin

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No. 52/ Winter 2011  Working Memory and Learning
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Dialogue & Response
      Emotional Development and Emotion Education
1 New insights into child and adolescent counseling: Inspirations from a local empirical study on emotion/ Kuo-Jing Houng
4 Reflections on the article “The performance on standardized developmental scales in young children with autistic spectrum disorders”/ Hui-Li Lin
7 Dialogues with “The mother-child relationship of a new inhabitant mother”/ Yuan-Yu Chiang & Yao-Fong Chen
10 Guiding young children to learn emotional management skills through communication/ Chung-Hui Hsuan
12 Response to “The new inhabitant mother’s parent-child relationship”/ Lo-Hsun Lee
      Authors’ & Editor Response
16 Exploration into the psychopathology research on young children with autism/ Chung-Hsin Chiang & Chin-Chin Wu
20 Responses from “The mother-child relationship of a new inhabitant mother”/ Hsin-Hsuan Wu & Jui-Chih Chin
26 The issues in emotional development research and implications for education/ Shih-Tseng Tina Huang
Special Issue
33 Working Memory and Learning/ Editors: Yuh-Shiow Lee & Hsueh-Chih Chen
37 Working memory in the classroom/ Susan E. Gathercole, Yuh-Shiow Lee, & Shinmin Wang
57 Working memory and children’s mathematics learning/ Wen-Chi Chiang
95 The role of attentional control in working memory development/ Hsiang-Chun Chen & Wen-Chi Chiang
129 An application of structural equation modeling in working memory and cognitive performance/ Han-Yu Lin
Empirical Research
149 The relationships among adolescents’ perceptions of maternal parenting practices, maternal attachment, and subjective well-being/ Ting-Ting Hsu & Huey-Ya Lin
181 The examination of physical and behavioral responses in inhibited children in a strange situation/ Pei-Ling Wang, Yu-Chun Tsai, & Tsung-Min Hung
215 The effect of social comparison and product type on compensatory consumption: Self-esteem as a mediator/ Jin-Huei Wang & Chung-Kwei Wang

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No. 53/ Spring 2012  Actors In Social Landscape
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Dialogue & Response
      Working Memory and Learning
1 The limits of working memory and reflections on teaching/ Cheng-Hong Liu
5 The impact of working memory on preschoolers’ development of mathematics/ Meng-Lung Lai
8 A reply to “The application of working memory in the classroom”/ Fa-Chung Chiu
      Authors’ & Editor Response
10 Working memory, long-term memory and automaticity: A reply/ Yuh-Shiow Lee
12 Working memory and teaching/ Hsueh-Chih Chen
Special Issue
19 Actors In Social Landscape/ Editor: Lin-Ching Hsia
21 From private to public: Resistant and transformative actions in educational inquiry/ Nancy Lien
47 Taking action between “escaping” and “facing”: A search for appropriate position and growth/ Li-Wen Ma
73 To rebel: An embarrassed, depressed learning process/ Lorna Kung
95 The perspective of spinal cord injury survivors: A collaborative inquiry on bowel inertia/ Li-Jung Mai
Empirical Research
131 Losing face and emotions: The effects of blaming target and relative power/ Kuei-Hsiang Han
153 The relationships between employee motivation and political skill: The moderating effects of  bao/ Chia-Wen Tseng, Ding-Yu Jiang
Concept papers
215 Acts of creality: A few heterological notes concerning my (br)oter Schreber/ Wen-Li Soong

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No. 54/ Summer 2012  Palliative Care:The Composition of Temporality, Video Film and Sound Playing Movement
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Dialogue & Response
      Working Memory and Learning
1 Reading Qian’s “rebellion”: Reflections on my own growth/ Ching Yang
5 Action research: Context identification and diversity learning/ Xiang Beili
12 How precious is the diversity among activists!/ Hsing-Chun Lin
24 The profiles of four senior female action researchers/ Horn-Fay Cherng
28 The meaning of the methodology of action research theory: A response to “action research”/ Lian-Xiang Sha
33 Traversing the borders of college and elementary education/ Huei-Hsuan Lin
      Authors’ & Editor Response
36 Emancipation: A never-ending hurdles race!/ Lorna Kung
39 Nowhere to escape but eternal endurance/ Li-Wen Ma
41 A sonata for action researchers: Resonance in differences, melodies sung through the minds/ Lin-Ching Hsia
Special Issue
49 Palliative Care: The Composition of Temporality, Video Film and Sound Playing Movement/ Editors: Hsiu-Jung Chen, Yi-Ju Cheng
53 Temporality issues of cancer patients in their illness experiences/ Wen-Ping Yang, Co-Shi Chao, Jow-Jiun Gong, Wei-Shu Lai
75 Applying video and documentary film in end-of-life counseling/ Shih-Ming Shih, Shu-Yi Hsia, Tsung-Yi Chiu, Ing-Wei Wang, Shu-Chen Wang, Yu-Shu Hsieh
105 Exploring healing encounters (Part I): Relationships between sound space and the internal experience of singing bowl playing/ Der-Heuy Yee, Wei-Lun Lee, Sih-Hui Lin, 99 Tibetan Singing Bowl Group
Concept papers
131 A critical examination of knowledge/ Bo Wang
Empirical Research
177 The effects of mainland Chinese teacher’s values and human nature concepts on attitudes toward students’ rights/ Chung Kwei Wang, Kuo Ying Lo
203 Identification, evaluation, and intervention of bullying behaviors in secondary and elementary school teachers/ Jane Chiu, Li-Ly Chang

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No. 55/ Fall 2012  From the Beginning to The Ending of dementia
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Dialogue & Response
      Working Memory and Learning
1 More than what had been said: The inter-textual dynamics of temporality, image, and voice./ Yaw-Sheng Lin
6 Opening possibilities of understanding beyond the mind through the constrained body: Reflections and responses of a medical-counseling psychologist/ Yu-Chan Li
Special Issue
13 From the beginning to the ending of dementia/ Editor: Ming-Jang Chiu
15 The diagnosis and treatment of mild cognitive dementia: Experiences at Taipei veterans general hospital/ Pei-Ning Wang, Hsiu-Chih Liu, Ker-Neng Lin
37 Pharmacological treatment of Alzheimer’ disease: the present and the future/ Yu Sun
59 Parkinson’s disease with dementia and dementia with lewy bodies/ Chu-Yun Huang, Chin-Chang Huang
101 Ethical considerations in dementia/ Ker-Neng Lin, Pei-Ning Wang, Hsiu-Chih Liu, Rong-Chi Chen
115 Hospice-palliative care for terminal patients with dementia/ Hsi-Hsien Chou
Action Research
155 An action research on encountering healing through supportive astrological talk/ Yi-Chen Wang
201 Form witchery, healing to action/ Whei-Ching Liu
202Breaking through the rational framework/ Shen-Han Chang
204Being in the world as a shaman/ Chang-Hsien Lu
205Reply to Whei-Ching Liu, Shen-Han Chang & Chang-Hsien Lu/ Yi-Chen Wang
Concept papers
215 A core component of emotional experience: A conditioned response of the affect component of sensory feeling/ Jing Fu

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No. 56/ Winter 2012  Self-Narratives as An Alternative Psychology
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Dialogue & Response
      《From the beginning to the ending of dementia》
1 Discussions about diagnosis, treatment and care ethics of dementia/ Rong-Chi Chen
4 The treatment limitations and ethical predicament in dementia care/ Tsung-Cheng Huang
      Authors’ & Editor Response
7 Different Choices When Facing Dementia/ Ker-Neng Lin
9 Eager beginnings and a peaceful ending/ Ming-Jang Chiu
      《Palliative Care: The Composition of Temporality, Video Film and Sound Playing Movement》 Editor Response
11 Gentle appropriate seeing and understanding/ Hsiu-Jung Chen
Special Issue
15 Self-Narratives as An Alternative Psychology/ Editors: Shing-Shiang Ting
19 The reality and truth of self-narrative research: A discussion on quality criterion/ Jui-Ping Hung, Hsiao-Ting Chen, Chi-Chia Chuang
55 My counseling theoretical orientation and pattern formation process–A readme study/ Chen-Wan Chiu
99 Inquiry of affection of the men: Confused situation of the life of the man had divorced./ Jen-Ting Lin, Shing-Shiang Ting
Concept papers
135 Information pool for psycholinguistic experiments: Ideas and pilot studies/ Sau-Chin Chen, Mei-Yu Lin
165 The psychological needs of bullying and possible interventions/ Hsien-Huei Chiou
Action Research
191 Who are the “non-visitors” in the museum system? A preliminary exploration of “Voyage15840–migrant worker photography exhibition” at Ludi community college, Taiwan/ Pang-Yen Cheng
230 Performing action research crossing the museum/ Jui-Kun Kuo
232 Reply to who are the “non-visitors” in the museum system?/ Ying-Chi Chu
237 Whose subjectivity?/ Yu-Chien Kung
239 In the name of curating: Exploring the resonant pathway between museum and society/ Pang-Yen Cheng

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No. 57/ Spring 2013  I Love My Work and My Family Too-The New Challenge of Balancing Work and Family
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Dialogue & Response
      《From the beginning to the ending of dementia》
1  Remark on self-narrative: Experience, writing strategy and critical thinking/ Yi- Shao Lin, Dun-Hou Tsai
4 What do you expect from narrative research? Persuading or touching/ Ming-Lei Yang
8 Knowing and practicing between “The six classics annotate me and I annotate the six classics”: The life dilemmas facing and values of good, beauty, true, and sacredness searching in the explorations of self narrative./ Yu-Kuang Hsu
      Authors’ & Editor Response
21 The journey, method, and text of self narrative/ Jui-Ping Hung
Special Issue
29 ‘I Love My Work and My Family Too’-The New Challenge of Balancing Work and Family/ Editor: Luo Lu
31 The difficulties and solutions beyond the multiple roles dilemma for doctoral mom/ Pei-Yu Wu, Chia-Hui Wu, Kao-Ming Hsia
81 Antecedents and consequences of work, family, and learning conflict among adult learners/ Shu-Fang Kao, Ko-Hsin Cho
117 The moderating effects of self-efficacy in the family-to-work conflict process/ Yu-Yueh Chang, Luo Lu
Concept Paper
155 On the possibility of mind: From the perspective of the critique of political economy/ Bo Wang
Empirical Research
219 The father-in-law and son-in-law relationship: A preliminary study/ Ching-Fen Lee, Shain-May Tang

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No. 58/ Summer 2013  Value transformation in a changing society
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Dialogue & Response
      《I love my work and I love my family》
1 The responses to the moderation effect of self-efficacy and an emerging issue of work, family, and learning conflict/ Ying-Jung Yeh
6 Multiple Roles in Work and Family: Conflict?Facilitation?/ Li-Tuan Chou
Special Issue
11 Value transformation in a changing society/ Editors: Luo Lu
15 More Than I Can Say: Disclosure to Parents of Chinese Early Adults in Taiwan—A Dialectical Perspective/ Yung-Hsu Su, Maanling Chang, Kuen-Yung Jone
67 Rape Myths: Acceptance and Propagation/ Jiun-Yih Hunag
103 A Comparative Study of Work Values among College Youths: A Perspective of Higher Education Developmental Context and Gender Difference/ Shu-Huei Lin, Liang-Chih Huang
143 Home is Where the Heart is: A Case for Slow-living—A Discussion of Geographical Mobility Inducing Self-comfort in the Tamsui Old Street Area of Urban Taipei City/ Yi-wen Tsai
Concept Papers
187 The Path of Healing: The Application of Cultural Counseling to the Clinical Humanities/ An-Bang Yu, Der-Heuy Yee
Field Research
233 Probe into the essence of MBSR group―comparison with group therapy or group counseling/ Jin-Mei Hu, Yuh-Yin Wu

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No. 59/ Winter 2013  Recession and the Quality of Working Life
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Dialogue & Response
      《Value transformation in a changing society》
1 What Social Values Do We Need to Restructure?/ Chao-Ming Liu
11 Restructuring and Responses of Values in a Changing Society/ Chung-Kwei Wang
Special Issue
19 Recession and the Quality of Working Life/ Editors: Luo Lu, Cary L. Cooper
23 The Effect of The Recession on UK Managers: The Quality of Working Life 2007 to 2012/ Les Worrall, Cary L. Cooper Translators: Yu-Yueh Chang
49 The Dynamism of Balancing Work and Family in a Developing Society: Evidence from Taiwan/ Luo Lu
81 The Relationship between Personal-System Factors and Selfinitiated Expatriates’ Willingness Regarding Mainland China: Family and Organizational Support as Moderators/ Hsin-Pei Wu, Luo Lu, Hsiao-Wei Yang, Qi-Hao Lin
Empirical Research
127 An Investigation into Junior High School ApprenticeResearch in Applied Psychology, No. 59, Winter 2013 xiv Teachers’ Attitude toward Human Rights and Disciplinary Strategies and factors related to These Attitudes/ Chung-Kwei Wang, Kuo-Ying Lo
161 The Role of Clinical psychologists in Hospice Palliative Care/ Sheng-Yu Fan, Wei-Chun Lin
Field Notes
203 In the Presence of Yayue: Field Notes on Yayue Study Visually impaired Fu Jen University Psychology Students/ Yuan-Chen Huang, Ann-Yi Dai
237 Encountering Yayue on the Path of Practice/ Wen-Chi Lin
261 Senses and Sensibilities of Body and Mind: Contemporary Bodily Practices of  Yayue Dance/ Bo-Wei Chen

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No. 60/ Summer 2014  Towards Positive Aging:A Panoramic View of Adjustment in Older Age
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Dialogue & Response
      《Recession and the Quality of Working Life》
1 Between Mind and Material: The Dynamics between Economic Status, Psychological Adaptation and Well-being/ Jui-Ping Hung
21 The “Be” and “Ought to Be” of Balancing Work and Family Life -A Hegemonic Power Perspective/ Me-Lien Wu
33 Culture-inclusive Consideration on Research in Applied Psychology/ Chih-Hung Wang
Special Issue
41 Towards Positive Aging: A Panoramic View of Adjustment in Older Age/ Editor: Shu-Fang Kao
45 Effectiveness and Preferences of Smart Pill Box Notification Sounds: A Study of Elderly Users/ Wei-Hsin Liu, Li-An Chiu, Wei-Jane Lin, Hsiu-Ping Yueh, Yao-Joe Yang
85 Institutional Care of Dementia: From Day Care Services to Nursing Homes/ Pei-Chi Hsieh, Li-Chan Lin
115 Aging Adjustment of Young-olds in Taiwan: A Positive Psychology Perspective/ Shu-Fang Kao, Shu-Hua Hsu
161 Valid Attention Orientation Benefits the Working Memory Performance of Schematic Faces among Older/ Yi-Shiuan Chiu, Chi Chi, Hao-Jui Chang, Ching-I Wang
Empirical Research
219 An Investigation of the Relationships among Adolescent Perceptions of Parenting Practices, Obligation to Obey, and Obedience in Guan-Chiao/ Huey-Ya Lin
Life Story
273 Breaking and Rebuilding Bounds—Reflecting on My FatherDaughter Relationship/ Hsiao-Ting Chen, Jui-Ping Hung, Chi-Chia Chuang

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No. 61/ Winter 2014  Tracing the Taiwanese Recearch Trends of Infant and Child Developmental Psychology
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Dialogue & Response
      《Towards Positive Aging: A Panoramic View of Adjustment in Older Age》
1 Focus Relax, Hold on, or Let Go? The Dilemmas of Emotion Regulation Strategies for the Elderly/ Hsiu-Lan Chin
29 Why Raising the Applicational Value of Elderly Studies should be Given Priority/ Kuang-Hui Yeh
41 The Psychology of Aging: A Field that Deserves Further Development in Taiwan/ Chih-Wei Hue, Ming Lo
Special Issue
51 Tracing the Taiwanese Recearch Trends of Infant and Child Developmental Psychology/ Editor: Shih-Tseng Huang
55 A Literature Review of Child Temperament Research in Taiwan from 1980 to 2011/ Pei-Ling Wang
113 Speech Perception Development Studies in Taiwan: A Retrospective Study/ Feng-Ming Tsao, Huei-Mei Liu
153 Scientific and Numeracy Concept Development in Children: A Retrospective Study/ Chia-Hui Chiu, Hwa-Wei Ko
Conceptual Papers
203 The Phases of Patient-Therapist Interaction and Negative Therapeutic Reactions of Physically Abused Children during the Counseling Process/ Dong-Yann Wu
Empirical Research
239 Analyzing the Verse -Chorus Form: Schema Shifts and Musical Rewards in Lyrical-Slow Songs/ Chen-Gia Tsai, Rong-Shan Chen, Szu-Pei Yu

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