Differences in Managerial Values: A Study of U.S., Hong Kong and PRC Managers
David A. Ralston;David J. Gustafson;Fanny M. Cheung;Robert H. Terpstra.
Journal of International Business Studies (1993)
The role of meaning in life and optimism in promoting well-being
Man Yee Ho;Fanny M. Cheung;Shu Fai Cheung.
Personality and Individual Differences (2010)
Indigenous Chinese Personality Constructs Is the Five-Factor Model Complete?
Fanny M. Cheung;Kwok Leung;Jian-Xin Zhang;Hai-Fa Sun.
Development of the Chinese Personality Assessment Inventory
Fanny M. Cheung;Kwok Leung;Ruth M. Fan;Wei-Zheng Song.
Women at the top: powerful leaders define success as work + family in a culture of gender.
Fanny M. Cheung;Diane F. Halpern.
American Psychologist (2010)
Toward a new approach to the study of personality in culture
Fanny M. Cheung;Fons J. R. van de Vijver;Frederick T. L. Leong.
American Psychologist (2011)
Eastern values : a comparison of managers in the United States, Hong Kong, and the People's Republic of China
David A. Ralston;David J. Gustafson;Priscilla M. Elsass;Fanny Cheung.
Journal of Applied Psychology (1992)
Indigenous Personality Measures Chinese Examples
Fanny M. Cheung;Kwok Leung.
Comparative stigma of HIV/AIDS, SARS, and tuberculosis in Hong Kong.
Winnie W.S. Mak;Phoenix K.H. Mo;Rebecca Y.M. Cheung;Jean Woo.
Social Science & Medicine (2006)
A critical analysis of cross-cultural research and testing practices: Implications for improved education and training in psychology
Barbara M. Byrne;Thomas Oakland;Frederick T. L. Leong;Fons J. R. van de Vijver.
Training and Education in Professional Psychology (2009)
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