Dr Bryant P H HuiPost-doctoral Fellow
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I received my PhD in Psychology from the University of Cambridge in 2017, under the supervision of Dr. Aleksandr Kogan. Prior to joining the University of Hong Kong, I was a post-doctoral research associate at the Department of Sociology, the University of Cambridge, working on the PRIVMORT project which investigates the relationship between mass privatization and mortality in post-communist Eastern Europe, led by Prof. Lawrence P. King.
Most broadly, I endeavour to apply various research and statistical methods, including meta-analysis, event-sampling study, diary study, longitudinal study, social experiment, and big data and machine learning, to research topics centered on well-being, prosociality, globalization, migration, and intercultural relations.
The University of Cambridge
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
The University of Hong Kong
Working on the Global China and Migration Project, led by Prof. Pun Ngai.
Analyzing data from the PRIVMORT project, led by Prof. Lawrence P King.
Predicting global orientation and political views in the US using a big data method, collaborated with Prof. Sylvia Chen.
Hui, B. P. H., & Kogan, A. (2017). Who helping helps: An event-sampling study of how basic psychological needs moderate the impact of acting prosocially. Journal of Positive Psychology, 9760, 1–10. doi: 10.1080/17439760.2017.1365165
Hui, B. P. H., & Kogan, A. (2017). Daily ups and downs: An event-sampling study of the mediated moderation of prosocial engagement on well-being. Social Psychological and Personality Science. doi: 10.1177/1948550617722197
Chen, S. X., Lam, B. C. P., Hui, B. P. H., Ng, J. C. K., Mak, W. W. S., Guan, Y.-j., Buchtel, E. E., Tang, W. C. S., & Lau, V. C. Y. (2016). Conceptualizing psychological processes in response to globalization: Components, antecedents, and consequences of global orientations. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 110, 302–331. doi:10.1037/a0039647
Hui, B. P. H., Chen, S. X., Leung, C., & Berry, J. W. (2015). Facilitating adaptation and intercultural contact: The role of integration and multicultural ideology in dominant and non-dominant groups. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 45, 70–84. doi:10.1016/j.ijintrel.2015.01.002
Kogan, A., Oveis, C., Carr, E. W., Gruber, J., Mauss, I. B., Shallcross, A., Impett, E. A., Lowe, I. v. d., Hui, B. P. H., Cheng, C., & Keltner, D. (2014). Vagal activity is quadratically related to prosocial traits, prosocial emotions, and observer perceptions of prosociality. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 107, 1051–1063. doi:10.1037/a0037509
Fong, D. Y. T., Ho, J. W. C., Hui, B. P. H., Lee, a. M., Macfarlane, D. J., Leung, S. S. K., Cerin, E., et al. (2012). Physical activity for cancer survivors: Meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials. British Medical Journal, 344, e70. doi:10.1136/bmj.e70
Ho, S. M. Y., Ho, J. W. C., Pau, B. K. Y., Hui, B. P. H., Wong, R. S. M., Chu, A. T. W. (2012). Hope-based intervention for individuals susceptible to colorectal cancer: A pilot study. Familial Cancer. 11, 545–551. doi:10.1007/s10689-012-9545-3
Kogan, A., Impett, E. A., Oveis, C., Hui, B. P. H., Gordon, A. M., & Keltner, D. (2010). When giving feels good: The intrinsic benefits of sacrifice in romantic relationships for the communally motivated. Psychological Science, 21, 1918–1924. doi:10.1177/0956797610388815
Au, A. K. Y., Hui, B. P. H., & Chen, S. X. (forthcoming). Mutual intercultural relations in Hong Kong: Testing the multiculturalism hypothesis, integration hypothesis, and contact hypothesis among Mainland Chinese immigrants and Hong Kong Chinese residents. In J. Berry (Ed.), Mutual Intercultural Relations in Plural Societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.