2022 - Research.com Psychology in China Leader Award
1994 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
His primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Aggression, Social psychology, Social environment and Peer group. Developmental psychology is closely attributed to Social competence in his work. His Aggression study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Longitudinal study, Corporal punishment, Prosocial behavior and Moderation.
His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Social relation, Socialization, Conformity and Leadership style, overlaps with other areas such as Operationalization. His Social environment study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Child rearing and Parenting styles. His Peer group study combines topics in areas such as Interpersonal relationship and Social group.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Aggression, Prosocial behavior and Peer group. Lei Chang combines subjects such as Longitudinal study and Social competence with his study of Developmental psychology. His Social competence research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social learning and Interpersonal relationship.
His Social psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Social behavior, Preference and Social environment. His Social environment research integrates issues from Child rearing and Parenting styles. His research in Aggression intersects with topics in Corporal punishment, Self-concept and Clinical psychology.
Lei Chang mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Parental warmth, Prosocial behavior and Cultural group selection. Particularly relevant to Aggression is his body of work in Developmental psychology. In general Social psychology, his work in Perspective-taking and Empathy is often linked to Perspective and Social responsibility linking many areas of study.
His Parental warmth research includes elements of Dyadic coping, Early adolescence and Generalizability theory. His study in Prosocial behavior is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Friendship, Affect, Empathic concern and Peer influence. Lei Chang works mostly in the field of Peer support, limiting it down to topics relating to Psychological intervention and, in certain cases, Clinical psychology, as a part of the same area of interest.
His main research concerns Developmental psychology, Human factors and ergonomics, Suicide prevention, Injury prevention and Social psychology. His work on Young adult is typically connected to PsycINFO as part of general Developmental psychology study, connecting several disciplines of science. Lei Chang integrates many fields in his works, including Human factors and ergonomics, Occupational safety and health, Aggression, Cross-cultural studies, Preadolescence and Sensation.
His work on Perspective-taking, Empathy, Moral reasoning and Empathic concern as part of general Social psychology study is frequently connected to Rationality, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His studies in Human development integrate themes in fields like Structural equation modeling, Longitudinal sample and Impulsivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Emotionality, Socioemotional selectivity theory, Anger and Parenting styles in addition to Externalization.
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Harsh parenting in relation to child emotion regulation and aggression.
Lei Chang;David Schwartz;Kenneth A. Dodge;Catherine McBride-Chang.
Journal of Family Psychology (2003)
Physical discipline and children's adjustment: Cultural normativeness as a moderator
Jennifer E. Lansford;Lei Chang;Kenneth A. Dodge;Patrick S. Malone.
Child Development (2005)
A Psychometric Evaluation of 4-Point and 6-Point Likert-Type Scales in Relation to Reliability and Validity.
Applied Psychological Measurement (1994)
Parent discipline practices in an international sample: associations with child behaviors and moderation by perceived normativeness
Elizabeth Thompson Gershoff;Andrew Grogan-Kaylor;Jennifer E. Lansford;Lei Chang.
Child Development (2010)
The role of classroom norms in contextualizing the relations of children's social behaviors to peer acceptance.
Developmental Psychology (2004)
Variable Effects of Children's Aggression, Social Withdrawal, and Prosocial Leadership as Functions of Teacher Beliefs and Behaviors
Child Development (2003)
A HIERARCHICAL CONSTRUCT OF SELF‐MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO QUALITY OF WORK LIFE AND PERCEIVED WORK GROUP EFFECTIVENESS
Susan G. Cohen;Lei Chang;Gerald E. Ledford.
Personnel Psychology (1997)
Life satisfaction, self-concept, and family relations in Chinese adolescents and children
Lei Chang;Catherine Mcbride-Chang;Sunita M. Stewart;Ernest Au.
International Journal of Behavioral Development (2003)
The peer group as a context: mediating and moderating effects on relations between academic achievement and social functioning in Chinese children.
Xinyin Chen;Lei Chang;Yunfeng He.
Child Development (2003)
Victimization in South Korean Children's Peer Groups
David Schwartz;JoAnn M. Farver;Lei Chang;Yoolim Lee-Shin.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2002)
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