Dr.LEUNG, Hildie 梁曉廸博士

Title: 
Assistant Professor
Qualifications: 

PhD (CUHK)
MPhil (CUHK)
BPsych (Hons) (ANU)

Email: 
hleung@polyu.edu.hk
Phone: 
2766 5653
Office: 
HJ412
Specialism: 

Positive Youth Development
Adolescent problem behaviors
Service Leadership
Program Evaluation
Social Psychology
Industrial and Organizational Psychology
Positive Emotions
Group Dynamics

My URLs:  
CV
ORCID
Google Scholar

Teaching: 

Introduction to Psychology
Psychology of Personality
Tomorrow’s Leaders
Service Leadership through Serving Children and Families with Special Needs

Selected Publications: 

Leung, H., Ma, C.S.M., Shek, D.T.L., & Law, M.Y.M. (in press). Nurturing service leaders through service learning for university students. International Journal on Child and Adolescent Health, 9(2).


Shek, D.T.L., Chung, P.P.Y., & Leung, H. (in press). How unique is the service leadership model? A comparison with contemporary leadership approaches. International Journal on Disability and Human Development, 14(3).


Shek, D.T.L., Chung, P.P.Y., & Leung, H. (in press). Manufacturing economy versus service economy: Implications for service leadership. International Journal on Disability and Human Development, 14(3).


Shek, D.T.L. & Leung, H. (in press). Service leadership qualities in university students through the lens of student well-being. In D.T.L. Shek & P.P.Y. Chung (Eds). Promoting Service Leadership Qualities in University Students. Singapore: Springer.


Leung, H. (in press). Levels of reflection on teaching a leadership and positive youth development subject. International Journal on Disability and Human Development, 14(2).


Shek, D.T.L., Leung, H., Lu, Y., Wu, F.K.Y., Law, M.Y.M., Chan, E.M.L., & Lo, C.K.M. (2015). An evaluation study of the B.E.S.T. Teen Program: A multi-addiction prevention program for young adolescents in Hong Kong. Hong Kong: Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.


You, J., Huang, J., Ho, M.Y., Leung, H., Li, C., & Bond, M.H. (2015). Perceived Support and Relational Conflict as Mediators Linking Attachment Orientations with Depressive Symptoms: A Comparison of Dating Individuals from Hong Kong and the United States. Personality and Individual Differences, 73, 50-55.


Shek, D.T.L., Leung, H., & Lu, S. (2014). Perceived Family Life Quality in Junior Secondary School Students in Hong Kong. Social Indicators Research, 117(3), 757-775.


Shek, D.T.L. & Leung, H. (2013). Positive youth development, life satisfaction, and problem behaviors of adolescents in intact and non-intact families in Hong Kong. Frontiers in Pediatrics, 1(18), 1-7.


Shek, D.T.L. & Leung, H. (2013). Development of an integrated intervention model for internet addiction in Hong Kong. International Journal of Child and Adolescent Health, 6(4), 475-486.


Au, W.T., Lu, S., Leung, H., Yam, P., & Fung, J. (2011). Risk and Prisoner’s Dilemma: A Re-interpretation of Coombs’ Re-parameterization. Journal of Behavioral and Decision Making. doi: 10.1002/bdm.743

Leung, H. & Au, W.T. (2010). Chinese cooperation and competition. In M.H. Bond (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Chinese Psychology (pp. 499-514). UK: Oxford University Press.

Current Research Projects : 

Youth Addiction Prevention Program project in collaboration with Tung Wah Group of Hospitals Integrated Center for Addiction Prevention and Treatment (ICAPT). The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, HK$1 million. (Co-PI)

Development and Validation of Measures Based on the Service Leadership Model. The Victor and William Fung Foundation, HK$5,300,000. (Co-PI)

iDream Project -- An Investigation on Hope and Aspirations in Children and Adolescents in Chinese contexts. Bao Bao Bear Care Foundation Limited, HK$200,000. (PI)