Dr. LU Huijing 陸慧菁博士

Title: 
Assistant Professor
Qualifications: 

PhD (CUHK) 
MPhil (Peking) 
BS (Peking) 

Email: 
huijing.lu@polyu.edu.hk
Phone: 
2766 5755
Office: 
GH413
Specialism: 

Child and Adolescent Development;
Social Cognition;
Interpersonal Perception in Intimate Relationship;
Parenting and Family Dynamics;
Evolutionary Psychology

My URLs:  
ORCID

Teaching: 

Introductory Psychology 
Developmental Psychology 
Research Methodology

Selected Publications: 

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (in press). Parenting and socialization of only children in urban China: An example of authoritative parenting. Journal of Genetic Psychology.
 
Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2012). Automatic attention towards face or body as a function of mating motivation. Evolutionary Psychology, 10, 120-135.
 
Chang, L., Lu, H. J., & Wu, B. P. (2012). Pathogens promote matrilocal family ties and the copying of foreign religions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35, 22-23.
 
Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2011). The association between self-deception and moral self-concept as functions of self-consciousness. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 845-849.
 
Chang, L., Lu, H. J., Li, H., & Li, T. (2011). The face that launched a thousand ships: The mating-warring association in men. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 976-984.
 
Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2011). Self-deceive to countermine detection. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 34, 33.
 
Chang, L., Mak, M. C. K., Li, T., Wu, B. P., Chen, B. B., & Lu, H. J. (2011). Cultural adaptations to environmental variability: An evolutionary account of East-West differences. Educational Psychology Review, 34, 99-129.
 
Chang, L., Lu, H. J., Lee, L. N. Y., Li, T., & Sui, S. (2010).Patrilocal residence and father-child resemblance beliefs in relation topaternal investment. Parenting:Science and Practice, 10, 274-285.
 
Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2009). Kinship effect on subjective temporal distance of autobiographical memory. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 595-598.
 
Lu, H. J., Su, Y. J., & Wang, Q. (2008). Talking about others facilitates theory of mind in Chinese preschoolers. Developmental Psychology, 44, 1726-1736.