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The Center for Child Development (CCD) was established in September of 1991 with the concern for children, youth, family, and school. We aim to foster children's positive development such as enhancing their achievement motivation, creativity in problem-solving and self-competence. Inter-disciplinary research and training programs are a distinctive feature of the Center. We believe that the common interest in children's well-being among various disciplines will enable the integration of strengths from areas of psychology, education, sociology, social work, communications, art, music and others in finding innovative approaches for the betterment of children and of the society in the long run.
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Choy, A. Y. O., Ku, K. Y. L., Au, A. C. Y. & Tong, T. M. Y., 28 Apr 2021, Perspectives on Critical Thinking. Sanders, J. C. (ed.). Nova Science Publishers, p. 115-135 21 p.
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Exploring university students’ perceived values of knowledge and critical thinking using triple-response mode assessmentKu, K. Y. L. & Au, R. H. Y., Oct 2021, In: Anatolian Journal of Education. 6, 2, p. 1-12 12 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access
What predicts adolescents’ critical thinking about real-life news? The roles of social media news consumption and news media literacyKu, K. Y. L., Kong, Q., Song, Y., Deng, L., Kang, Y. & Hu, A., Sep 2019, In: Thinking Skills and Creativity. 33, 100570.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review14 Citations (Scopus)