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Environmental concern has a weaker association with pro-environmental behavior in some societies than others: A cross-cultural psychology perspective
KP Tam, HW Chan
Journal of Environmental Psychology 53, 213-223, 2017
Generalized trust narrows the gap between environmental concern and pro-environmental behavior: Multilevel evidence
KP Tam, HW Chan
Global Environmental Change 48, 182-194, 2018
Antecedents of Chinese parents’ autonomy support and psychological control: The interplay between parents’ self-development socialization goals and adolescents’ school performance
Q Wang, HW Chan, L Lin
Journal of youth and adolescence 41 (11), 1442-1454, 2012
Cross-national variation of gender differences in environmental concern: Testing the sociocultural hindrance hypothesis
HW Chan, V Pong, KP Tam
Environment and Behavior 51 (1), 81-108, 2019
When do values promote pro-environmental behaviors? Multilevel evidence on the self-expression hypothesis
HW Chan
Journal of Environmental Psychology 71, 101361, 2020
Parents as cultural middlemen: The role of perceived norms in value socialization by ethnic minority parents
KP Tam, HW Chan
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 46 (4), 489-507, 2015
Understanding the Lack of Parent–Child Value Similarity The Role of Perceived Norms in Value Socialization in Immigrant Families
HW Chan, KP Tam
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 47 (5), 651-669, 2016
Not-so-straightforward links between believing in COVID-19-related conspiracy theories and engaging in disease-preventive behaviours
HW Chan, CPY Chiu, S Zuo, X Wang, L Liu, Y Hong
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 8 (1), 1-10, 2021
Explaining participation in Earth Hour: the identity perspective and the theory of planned behavior
HW Chan, V Pong, KP Tam
Climatic Change 158 (3), 309-325, 2020
The associations between happiness motives and well-being in China: The mediating role of psychological need satisfaction and frustration
L Lin, HW Chan
Frontiers in psychology, 2198, 2020
War against COVID‐19: How is national identification linked with the adoption of disease‐preventive behaviors in China and the United States?
HW Chan, X Wang, SJ Zuo, CPY Chiu, L Liu, DW Yiu, Y Hong
Political psychology 42 (5), 767-793, 2021
COVID-19-related conspiracy theories in China: The role of secure versus defensive in-group positivity and responsibility attributions
X Wang, SJ Zuo, HW Chan, CPY Chiu, Y Hong
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 15, 18344909211034928, 2021
When is search for meaning in life beneficial for well‐being? A cross‐national study
L Lin, HW Chan
International Journal of Psychology 56 (1), 75-84, 2021
Exploring the association between climate change concern and mitigation behaviour between societies: A person‐context interaction approach
HW Chan, KP Tam
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 24 (2), 184-197, 2021
Do people's assumptions about the social world matter? The effects of social axioms on environmental attitude and efficacy beliefs
HW Chan, KP Tam
Journal of Environmental Psychology 75, 101598, 2021
Effects of perceived social norms on support for renewable energy transition: Moderation by national culture and environmental risks
HW Chan, AM Udall, KP Tam
Journal of Environmental Psychology 79, 101750, 2022
Conspiracy Theories about Infectious Diseases: An Introduction
Y Hong, HW Chan, KM Douglas
Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 15, 18344909211057657, 2021
Disease stresses and crossnational variations in gender difference in pro-environmental behavior
V Pong, HW Chan, KP Tam
International Journal of Psychology 51, 563-564, 2016
Cross-national variations in the gap between environmental awareness and pro-environmental behaviors
KP Tam, HW Chan
International Journal of Psychology 51, 2016
Cross-national variation of gender difference in environmental concern: The impact of socio-cultural factors
HW Chan, KP Tam, V Pong
International Journal of Psychology 51, 560-561, 2016
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