Doris YP Leung
Doris YP Leung
Research Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Verified email at polyu.edu.hk
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The revised two‐factor study process questionnaire: R‐SPQ‐2F
J Biggs, D Kember, DYP Leung
British journal of educational psychology 71 (1), 133-149, 2001
24942001
Development of a questionnaire to measure the level of reflective thinking
D Kember, DYP Leung, A Jones, AY Loke, J McKay, K Sinclair, H Tse, ...
Assessment & evaluation in higher education 25 (4), 381-395, 2000
6572000
Examining the multidimensionality of approaches to learning through the development of a revised version of the Learning Process Questionnaire
D Kember, J Biggs, DYP Leung
British Journal of Educational Psychology 74 (2), 261-279, 2004
3822004
Does the use of student feedback questionnaires improve the overall quality of teaching?
D Kember, DYP Leung, KP Kwan
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 27 (5), 411-425, 2002
3802002
Three versions of Perceived Stress Scale: validation in a sample of Chinese cardiac patients who smoke
DYP Leung, T Lam, SSC Chan
BMC public health 10 (1), 513, 2010
3442010
The relationship between approaches to learning and reflection upon practice
DYP Leung, D Kember
Educational psychology 23 (1), 61-71, 2003
3302003
The dimensionality of approaches to learning: An investigation with confirmatory factor analysis on the structure of the SPQ and LPQ
D Kember, DYP Leung
British Journal of Educational Psychology 68 (3), 395-407, 1998
2411998
Reconsidering the dimensions of approaches to learning
D Kember, A Wong, DYP Leung
British Journal of Educational Psychology 69 (3), 323-343, 1999
1981999
The influence of active learning experiences on the development of graduate capabilities
D Kember, DYP Leung
Studies in Higher Education 30 (2), 155-170, 2005
1912005
Predicting intention to quit among Chinese teachers: Differential predictability of the components of burnout
DYP Leung, WWS Lee
Anxiety, stress, and coping 19 (2), 129-141, 2006
1892006
Influences upon students’ perceptions of workload
D Kember, DYP Leung
Educational Psychology 18 (3), 293-307, 1998
1581998
Establishing the validity and reliability of course evaluation questionnaires
D Kember, DYP Leung
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 33 (4), 341-353, 2008
1462008
Prevention of acute myocardial infarction and stroke among elderly persons by dual pneumococcal and influenza vaccination: a prospective cohort study
IFN Hung, AYM Leung, DWS Chu, D Leung, T Cheung, CK Chan, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 51 (9), 1007-1016, 2010
1422010
Development of a questionnaire for assessing students’ perceptions of the teaching and learning environment and its use in quality assurance
D Kember, DYP Leung
Learning Environments Research 12 (1), 15-29, 2009
1392009
Characterizing learning environments capable of nurturing generic capabilities in higher education
D Kember, DYP Leung, RSF Ma
Research in Higher Education 48 (5), 609, 2007
1322007
Characterising a teaching and learning environment conducive to making demands on students while not making their workload excessive
D Kember, DYP Leung
Studies in Higher Education 31 (2), 185-198, 2006
1192006
The influence of the teaching and learning environment on the development of generic capabilities needed for a knowledge-based society
D Kember, DYP Leung
Learning environments research 8 (3), 245, 2005
1112005
A workshop activity to demonstrate that approaches to learning are influenced by the teaching and learning environment
D Kember, DYP Leung, C McNaught
Active Learning in Higher Education 9 (1), 43-56, 2008
1082008
Psychometric evaluation of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale in a large community sample of adolescents in Hong Kong
YF Chan, DYP Leung, DYT Fong, CM Leung, AM Lee
Quality of Life Research 19 (6), 865-873, 2010
1042010
Examining the cultural specificity of approaches to learning in universities in Hong Kong and Sydney
DYP Leung, P Ginns, D Kember
Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 39 (3), 251-266, 2008
972008
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