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Psychology, Mental Health, and Health

lu huijing

Title:
Associate Professor


Qualifications:
PhD (CUHK)
MPhil (Peking)
BS (Peking)

 

Email:
huijing.lu@polyu.edu.hk


Phone:
2766 5755


Office:
GH413


Specialism:
Evolutionary Psychology
Parental Investment and Mating
Interpersonal Perception in Intimate Relationship
Social Cognition
Child Development

 

My URLs:
ORCID

Google Scholar Citations Scholar Citations

Personal Homepage

 

Teaching:

Capstone Project in Applied Psychology

Developmental Psychology 

Experimental Psychology

Introductory Psychology

Research Method

 

Selected Publications:

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (in press). Reciprocity among preschoolers in relation to resource allocation toward siblings, friends, and strangers. Evolutionary Psychology. (impact factor: 1.98)

Chang, L., & Lu, H. J. (2018). Resource and extrinsic risk in defining fast life histories of rural Chinese left-behind children. Evolution and Human Behavior, 39(1), 59-66. (impact factor: 3.38)

Lu, H. J., Wong, K-C., & Chang, L. (2017). The association between life history strategy and mate preference in men. Personality and Individual Differences, 116, 157-163. (impact factor: 2.01)

Chang, L., Lu, H. J., & Zhu, X. Q. (2017). Good Genes, Good Providers, and Good Fathers and Mothers: The Withholding of Parental Investment by Married Couples. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 11, 199-211. (SJR: 0.24)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2016). Resource allocation to kin, friends, and strangers by 3- to 6-year-old children. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 150, 194-206. (impact factor: 2.60)

Lu, H. J. (2016). Adaptive malleability of memory: Involuntary memory in executing interpersonal self-deception. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 8, 17-25.

Lu, H. J., Zhu, X. Q., & Chang, L. (2015). Good genes, good providers, and good fathers: Economic development involved in how women select a mate. Evolutionary Behavioral Sciences, 9, 215-228. (SJR: 0.24)

Lu, H. J., & Chan, K. Y. (2015). Religious priming increases help if requesters dress poorly: Effects of dress, priming, and task difficulty on helping behaviors. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 7, 164-173.

Lu, H. J., Fung, K. Y. F., Farver, J. A., Chen, B. B., & Chang, L. (2015). The influence of teachers’ preferences on children’s social status in schools. Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 5, 57-73.

Mesoudi, A., Chang, L., Murray, K., & Lu, H. J. (2015). Higher frequency of social learning in China than in the West shows cultural variation in the dynamics of cultural evolution. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 282, 20142209. (impact factor: 4.94)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2014). Deceiving yourself to better deceive high-status compared to equal-status others. Evolutionary Psychology, 12, 635-654. (impact factor: 1.98)

Chang, L., Chen, B-B., Lu, H. J. (2013). Cultural adaptation to environmental change versus stability. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 36, 485-486. (impact factor: 14.20)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2013). Parenting and socialization of only children in urban China: An example of authoritative parenting. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 174, 335-343. (impact factor: 0.91)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2012). Automatic attention towards face or body as a function of mating motivation. Evolutionary Psychology, 10, 120-135. (impact factor: 1.98)

Chang, L., Lu, H. J., & Wu, B. P. (2012). Pathogens promote matrilocal family ties and the copying of foreign religions. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 35, 22-23. (impact factor: 14.20)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2011). The association between self-deception and moral self-concept as functions of self-consciousness. Personality and Individual Differences, 51, 845-849. (impact factor: 2.01)

Chang, L., Lu, H. J., Li, H., & Li, T. (2011). The face that launched a thousand ships: The mating-warring association in men. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 37, 976-984. (impact factor: 2.50)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2011). Self-deceive to countermine detection. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 34, 33. (impact factor: 14.20)

Chang, L., Mak, M. C. K., Li, T., Wu, B. P., Chen, B. B., & Lu, H. J. (2011). Cultural adaptations to environmental variability: An evolutionary account of East-West differences. Educational Psychology Review, 34, 99-129. (impact factor: 4.33)

Chang, L., Lu, H. J., Lee, L. N. Y., Li, T., & Sui, S. (2010). Patrilocal residence and father-child resemblance beliefs in relation to paternal investment. Parenting: Science and Practice, 10, 274-285. (impact factor: 2.19)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2009). Kinship effect on subjective temporal distance of autobiographical memory. Personality and Individual Differences, 47, 595-598. (impact factor: 2.01)

Lu, H. J., Su, Y. J., & Wang, Q. (2008). Talking about others facilitates theory of mind in Chinese preschoolers. Developmental Psychology, 44, 1726-1736. (impact factor: 3.23)

Chinese Publication:

Lu, H. J. (2012). Self-deception: Deceiving yourself to better deceive others. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 44, 1265-1278. 陆慧菁. (2012). 自我欺骗:通过欺骗自己更好地欺骗他人. 心理学报, 44, 1265-1278.)

Li, H., Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2011). The effect of mating cues on risk information processing in men. Acta Psychologica Sinica, 43, 1320-1328.(李宏利, 陆慧菁, 张雷. (2011). 繁衍线索对风险信息加工的影响. 心理学报, 43, 1320-1328.)

Lu, H. J., & Chang, L. (2010). Implicit responses for kin altruism (in Chinese). Psychological Science, 33, 270-273.(陆慧菁, 张雷. (2010). 亲缘利他的内隐心理反应. 心理科学, 33, 270-273.)

Lu, H. J., & Su, Y. J. (2009). Relations between judgment of others's memory and theory of mind in preschoolers (in Chinese). Acta Psychologica Sinica, 41, 135-143.(陆慧菁, 苏彦捷. (2009). 4岁儿童对他人记忆的评判余错误信念理解的关系. 心理学报, 41, 135-143.)

Lu, H. J., & Su, Y. J. (2007). Relationship between talking about others while reminiscing and the emergence of theory of mind in Chinese preschoolers (in Chinese). Acta Scientiarum Naturalium Universitatis Pekinensis, 43, 847-854.(陆慧菁, 苏彦捷. (2007). 回忆中提及他人与幼儿错误信念理解的关系. 北京大学学报(自然科学版), 43, 847-854.)

 

Book Chapter:

Lu, H. J. (2018). Self-deception. In M. H. Bornstein (Ed.), The SAGE Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development. Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publication, Inc.

Lu, H. J. (in press). Sexual outcomes. In T. K. Shackelford & V. Weekes-Shackelford (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Sciences. Springer International Publishing.

Chang, L., & Lu, H. J. (in press). Environmental risks. In T. K. Shackelford & V. Weekes-Shackelford (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Evolutionary Psychological Sciences. Springer International Publishing.

 

Research Grants

“Women’s sexual behaviors and mate preferences throughout the ovulatory cycle as functions of life history strategies” (PI, Funded by RGC General Research Fund, 2019-2021, HK$576,400)

“Left-behind children in rural China: Early environment and life history strategies” (PI, Funded by RGC General Research Fund, 2016-2020, HK$1,240,000)

“Deceiving yourself to better deceive high-compared to low-status others” (PI, Funded by RGC General Research Fund-Early Career Schemes, 2015-2016, HK$532,000)

“Parenting practices in Hong Kong” (Co-PI, Funded by Central Policy Unit, 2015-2016, HK$1,118,000)

“Physiological responses in deception and self-deception” (PI, Start-up Fund, funded by Department of Applied Social Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, 2015-2016, HK$60,000)

“Peer instruction with Students Response System (SRS): Using mobile devices as student response systems to transform large classes into an interactive learning environment” (Co-PI, Funded by UGC Teaching Development Grant, 2013-2015, HK$4,000,000)

 

Reviewer for Academic Journals

Applied Research in Quality of Life

Asian Journal of Business Ethics

Basic and Applied Social Psychology

Child and Adolescent Behavior

Early Childhood Research Quarterly

Frontiers in Psychology (Editorial board member in the section of evolutionary psychology)

PLoS ONE

Social Psychology of Education

Acta Psychologica Sinica (Chinese)

Advances in Psychological Sciences (Chinese)

Psychological Sciences (Chinese)