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* = 通訊作者, # = 直接受潘博士指導的學生/研究生作者

Poon, K. T*., Lai, H. S.#., & Chan, R. S. W#. (In press). The effect of sexual objectification on dishonesty. Archives of Sexual BehaviorRead More (2021 Impact Factor 4.897 | JCR Q1 in Psychology, Clinical)

Jiang, Y#., Wong, N. H. L#., Chan, Y. C#., & Poon, K. T*. (2022). Lay awake with a racing mind: the associations between sexual objectification, insomnia, and affective symptoms. Journal of Affective Disorders, 299, 359-366. Read More (2020 Impact Factor 4.839 | JCR Q1 in Psychiatry)

Poon, K. T*., & Jiang, Y#. (2020). Sexual objectification increases retaliatory aggression. Aggressive Behavior, 46, 291-304. Read More (2020 Impact Factor 2.917 | JCR Q2 in Psychology, Multidisciplinary)

Teng, F*., & Poon, K. T. (2020). Body surveillance predicts young Chinese women’s social anxiety: Testing a mediation model. Journal of Gender Studies, 29, 623-635. Read More (2020 Impact Factor 2.539 | JCR Q1 in Women Studies)

Poon, K. T*., Chen, Z., Teng, F., & Wong, W. Y#. (2020). The effect of objectification on aggression. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 87, 103940. Read More (2019 Impact Factor 3.241 | JCR Q1 in Psychology, Social)

Teng, F*., Gao, W., Huang X., & Poon, K. T. (2019). Body surveillance predicts men’s and women’s perceived loneliness: A serial mediation model. Sex Roles, 81, 97-108. Read More (2019 Impact Factor 2.405 | JCR Q1 in Women Studies)

Teng, F. *, You, J., Poon, K. T., Yang, Y., You, J., & Jiang, Y. (2017). Materialism predicts young Chinese women’s self-objectification and body surveillance. Sex Roles, 76, 448-459. Read More (2017 Impact Factor 2.024 | JCR Q1 in Women Studies)

Teng, F*., Poon, K. T., Zhang, H., Chen, Z., Yang, Y., & Wang, X. (2016). Situational cuing of materialism triggers self-objectification among women (but not men): The moderating role of self-concept clarity. Personality and Individual Differences, 97, 220-228. Read More (2016 Impact Factor 2.005 | JCR Q2 in Psychology, Social)

Teng, F*., Chen, Z., Poon, K. T., & Zhang. D*. (2015). Sexual objectification pushes women away: The role of decreased likability. European Journal of Social Psychology, 45, 77-87. Read More (2015 Impact Factor 1.921 | JCR Q2 in Psychology, Social)

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