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Perceived emotional intelligence and self-efficacy among Chinese secondary school teachers in Hong Kong
One hundred and fifty-eight secondary school teachers were assessed on their perceived emotional intelligence (Schutte et al., 1998) and general self-efficacy and self-efficacy toward helping othersExpand
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Emotional Intelligence and Components of Burnout among Chinese Secondary School Teachers in Hong Kong.
Abstract The relationships among four components of emotional intelligence (emotional appraisal, positive regulation, empathic sensitivity, and positive utilization) and three components of teacherExpand
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Stress, Coping Strategies, and Psychological Distress Among Secondary School Teachers in Hong Kong
The relationships among teacher stressors, active and passive coping strategies, and psychological distress were investigated in a sample of 412 Chinese secondary school teachers in Hong Kong. AExpand
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Stress, Self-Efficacy, Social Support, and Psychological Distress Among Prospective Chinese Teachers in Hong Kong
Teacher stress, self-efficacy, social support, and psychological distress were assessed in a sample of 83 Chinese prospective teachers in Hong Kong. These teachers reported significantly higherExpand
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Cognitive profiling and preliminary subtyping in Chinese developmental dyslexia
The present study examined the cognitive profile and subtypes of developmental dyslexia in a nonalphabetic script, Chinese. One hundred and forty-seven Chinese primary school children withExpand
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Gratitude, gratitude intervention and subjective well‐being among Chinese school teachers in Hong Kong
This study assessed the dispositional gratitude and its relationships with orientations to happiness and burnout in a sample of 96 Chinese school teachers in Hong Kong and investigated theExpand
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General, collective, and domain-specific teacher self-efficacy among Chinese prospective and in-service teachers in Hong Kong
Abstract This study assessed two global (general and collective) and seven domain-specific sets of teacher self-efficacy beliefs among 273 Chinese prospective and in-service teachers in Hong Kong.Expand
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Hardiness and its role in the stress–burnout relationship among prospective Chinese teachers in Hong Kong
Abstract Hardiness, teacher stress and burnout were assessed in a sample of 83 Chinese prospective teachers in Hong Kong. Teachers’ different responses to positively and negatively worded hardinessExpand
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Dimensions of Emotional Intelligence and Their Relationships with Social Coping Among Gifted Adolescents in Hong Kong
Two hundred and fifty-nine gifted adolescents were assessed on their emotional intelligence and social coping strategies using the Emotional Intelligence Scale (N. S. Schutte et al., Personality andExpand
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The Chinese Ways of Coping Questionnaire: Assessing coping in secondary school teachers and students in Hong Kong.
Chinese secondary school students and teachers (N = 657) responded to the Chinese version of the Ways of Coping Questionnaire (WCQ). Factor analysis revealed that their coping activities could beExpand
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