The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Clinical psychology, Psychometrics, Social support and Coping. His work in the fields of Psychological intervention overlaps with other areas such as Suicide prevention. His research in Psychological intervention focuses on subjects like Rehabilitation, which are connected to Distress and Optimism.
His work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as Psychiatric status rating scales, Depression, Depressive symptoms, Differential effects and Cognitive style. Samuel M. Y. Ho interconnects Likert scale, Family medicine and Emergency medicine in the investigation of issues within Social support. His Coping research integrates issues from Chinese version, Intellectual disability and Anxiety.
His primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Social psychology, Psychological intervention and Coping. Samuel M. Y. Ho does research in Clinical psychology, focusing on Posttraumatic growth specifically. Samuel M. Y. Ho has included themes like Psychosocial, Distress and Depression in his Anxiety study.
His work on Positive psychology and Interpersonal communication as part of general Social psychology study is frequently linked to Chinese culture, Sample and Confirmatory factor analysis, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research integrates issues of Psychotherapist and Public health in his study of Psychological intervention. His Coping research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Grief, Disengagement theory, Interpersonal relationship and Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale.
Samuel M. Y. Ho mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Social psychology, Breast cancer and Longitudinal study. The concepts of his Clinical psychology study are interwoven with issues in Psychological intervention and Depression score, Depression. His Anxiety research incorporates elements of Young adult, Intrapersonal communication and Psychometrics.
His work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Positive psychology and Interpersonal communication, overlaps with other areas such as Self construal, Metaphor and Construct. The Breast cancer study combines topics in areas such as Coping, Nursing, Posttraumatic growth and Psycho-oncology. His work deals with themes such as Psychosocial, Distress, Psychological distress and Cancer survival, which intersect with Coping.
His main research concerns Longitudinal study, Anxiety, Clinical psychology, Affect and Social psychology. A large part of his Anxiety studies is devoted to Attentional bias. His Attentional bias study incorporates themes from Intervention, Anxiety sensitivity and Depression, Depressive symptoms.
His Clinical psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Psychosocial, Breast cancer and Psychological distress. His Affect research includes elements of Dot-probe paradigm, Trait anxiety, Attentional control and High anxiety. In his study, Samuel M. Y. Ho carries out multidisciplinary Confirmatory factor analysis and Developmental psychology research.
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Posttraumatic growth in Chinese cancer survivors.
Samuel M.Y. Ho;Cecilia L.W. Chan;Rainbow T.H. Ho.
The psychological impact of severe acute respiratory syndrome outbreak on healthcare workers in emergency departments and how they cope.
Tai W Wong;Josephine K Y Yau;Cecilia L W Chan;Rosalie S Y Kwong.
European Journal of Emergency Medicine (2005)
Psychological resilience and dysfunction among hospitalized survivors of the SARS epidemic in Hong Kong: a latent class approach.
George A. Bonanno;Samuel M. Y. Ho;Jane C. K. Chan;Rosalie S. Y. Kwong.
Health Psychology (2008)
The valence of attentional bias and cancer-related rumination in posttraumatic stress and posttraumatic growth among women with breast cancer
Michelle W. C. Chan;Samuel M. Y. Ho;Richard G. Tedeschi;Carmen W. L. Leung.
Trajectories of psychological distress among Chinese women diagnosed with breast cancer.
Wendy W. T. Lam;George A. Bonanno;Anthony D. Mancini;Samuel Ho.
Optimism, positive affectivity, and salivary cortisol
Julian C. L. Lai;Philip D. Evans;Sik Hung Ng;Alice M. L. Chong.
British Journal of Health Psychology (2005)
Computer usage and its relationship with adolescent lifestyle in Hong Kong
Samuel M.Y Ho;Tatia M.C Lee.
Journal of Adolescent Health (2001)
The effects of rumination and negative cognitive styles on depression: a mediation analysis.
Cola S.L. Lo;Samuel M.Y. Ho;Steven D. Hollon.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2008)
Fear of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Among Health Care Workers.
Samuel M. Y. Ho;Rosalie S. Y. Kwong-Lo;Christine W. Y. Mak;Joe S. Wong.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2005)
The roles of hope and optimism on posttraumatic growth in oral cavity cancer patients
Samuel Ho;Rama Krsna Rajandram;Rama Krsna Rajandram;Natalie Chan;Nabil Samman.
Oral Oncology (2011)
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