Ching-Yu Huang holds a PhD and a MPhil in Social and Developmental Psychology from the University Cambridge (King's College), a MSc in Applied Forensic Psychology from University of York and BSc in Psychology from National Taiwan University. She is currently a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) of Psychology at Keele University, and teaches on Forensic Psychology, Cultural Psychology and Developmental Psychology.
Dr. Huang is experienced in providing consultancy and trainings to legal professionals about investigative interviewing with children and ways to mitigate cognitive biases in investigation process.
Her research examines children's development in applied contexts, including within family, immigration and the forensic contexts.
Lcturer, Keele University
Lecturer, Bournemouth University
Postdoctoral research fellow, Alliant International University
Postdoctoral research fellow, National Taiwan University
University of Cambridge, PhD
University of Cambridge, MPhil
University of York, MSc
National Taiwan University, BSc
Children and Youth Service Review, Romantic Involvement and Adolescents’ Academic and Psychosocial Functioning in Chinese Societies.
Taiwan Prosecutor Review, Assessment of offender recidivism, treatment and rehabilitation- Theories and practical applications in the UK
Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, Internet Addiction: A Closer Look at Multidimensional Parenting Practices and Child Mental Health
Journal of Child and Family Studies, The Effects of Peer Victimization on Children's Internet Addiction and Psychological Distress: The Moderating Roles of Emotional and Social Intelligence.
Cross-Cultural Psychology, Associations between Parenting Styles and Perceived Child Effortful Control within Chinese Families in the U.S., the U.K., and Taiwan
International Journal of Emotional Education, Cultural Perspectives on Parenting, Emotional Intelligence and Mental Health in Taiwanese Children
Journal of School Nursing, Physical Conditions and Special Needs as Risk Factors of Peer Victimization Among School Children
Chinese Journal of Psychology, Multidimensional victimizations and internet addiction among Taiwanese children
Journal of Interpersonal Violence, Who Gets Protection? A National Study of Multiple Victimization and Child Protection Among Taiwanese Children
Cross-Cultural Psychology, Acculturation and Parenting in First-Generation Chinese Immigrants in the United Kingdom
Computers in Human Behavior, Associations between child maltreatment, PTSD, and internet addiction among Taiwanese students.
Cross-Cultural Psychology, Are Chinese Children More Compliant? Examination of the Cultural Difference in Observed Maternal Control and Child Compliance