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Child maltreatment and adult depressive symptoms: Roles of self-compassion and gratitude Journal article
Child Abuse and Neglect, 2019,Volume: 80,Page: 62-69
Authors:  Wu,Qinglu;  Chi,Peilian;  Lin,Xiuyun;  Du,Hongfei
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Adult Depressive Symptoms  Child Maltreatment  Chinese Adults  Gratitude  Self-compassion  
Aggression and risk‐taking as adaptive implementations of fast life history strategy Journal article
Developmental Science, 2019,Page: 1-13
Authors:  Hui Jing Lu;  Lei Chang
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Aggression  Child And Adolescent Development  Environmental Unpredictability  Fast And Slow Life History Strategies  Risk-taking  
Associations of Differentiation of Self and Adult Attachment in Individuals With Anxiety-Related Disorders Journal article
PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHIATRIC CARE, 2018,Volume: 54,Issue: 1,Page: 54-63
Authors:  Xue, Ying;  Xu, Zi-Yan;  Zaroff, Charles;  Chi, Peilian;  Du, Hongfei;  Ungvari, Gabor S.;  Chiu, Helen F. K.;  Yang, Yun-Ping;  Xiang, Yu-Tao
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Adult Attachment  Anxiety Disorder  Bowen Theory  Differentiation Of Self  
Living Slow and Being Moral Life: History Predicts the Dual Process of Other-Centered Reasoning and Judgments Journal article
Human Nature, 2018,Volume: 29,Issue: 2,Page: 186-209
Authors:  Nan Zhu;  Skyler T. Hawk;  Lei Chang
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Altruism  Life History Strategy  Morality  Prosociality  Social Competition  Unpredictability  Dual Process Model Of Morality  Empathy  Life Historytheory  
Environmental Risk Book chapter
出自: Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Science:Springer, Cham, 2016
Authors:  Lei Chang;  Hui Jing Lu
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Psychological resilience among children affected by parental HIV/AIDS: A conceptual framework for research and intervention Journal article
HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE, 2015,Volume: 3,Issue: 1,Page: 217-235
Authors:  Li, XM;  Chi, PL;  Sherr, L;  Cluver, L;  Stanton, B
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Resilience  Psychosocial Well-being  Parental Illness  Development Stages  Conceptual Framework  Children Affected By Hiv