Journal paper

Lee, Y., & Chang, C. (2022). A study on the impact of parental involvement and socioeconomic status on children's language development in two-parent families. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 30(2), 167 – 205. doi: 10.6151/CERQ.202206_30(2).0005 [TSSCI, scopus]

Chou, Y.J., Hu, B.Y., Wu, H.P., Chang, C.J., & Winsler, A. (2022). Influence of parental play on Taiwanese 3-year-olds' executive function: Through the path of motor skills. Journal of Family Psychology. • DOI: 10.1037/fam0001006 [SSCI, scopus]

Lu, H., Tsao, F., & Liu, H.* (2022). Association between changes in circadian rhythm before first birthday and language development at 2 years of age. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 30(1), 149 – 184. doi: 10.6151/CERQ.202203_30(1).0005 [TSSCI, scopus]

Nieh, H.P., Chang, C.J.*, & Chou, L.T. (2022). Differential trajectories of fathers’ postpartum depressed mood: A latent class growth analysis approach. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 19, 1891. https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19031891 [SSCI]

Wu, Y, & Nieh, H.* (2021). Study of the association between parental leave use, family backgrounds and parental involvement of parents of newborns: Gender differences in child-rearing. Journal of Human Development and Family Studies, 22, 1 –22. doi: 10.6246/JHDFS.202112_(22).0001

Cheng, C.*, Cheng, J., & Chen, H. (2021). Maternal responsiveness and preschoolers’ effortful control and aggression: A cross-lagged model. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 29(4), 1 – 30. doi: 10.6151/CERQ.202112_29(4).0001 [TSSCI, scopus]

Tsai, H, Chang, C.*, & Lin, P. (2021). Impact of family SES on the language development of new immigrant children: Using the Chinese language ability of new immigrant mothers and time spent on parent-child reading as the mediators. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 29(4), 31 – 72. doi: 10.6151/CERQ.202112_29(4).0002 [TSSCI, scopus]

Su, Y.*, & Tsai, A. (2021). Parental leave and preschoolers’ developmental outcomes. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 29(4), 73 – 118. doi: 10.6151/CERQ.202112_29(4).0003 [TSSCI, scopus]

Nieh, H.P., Chou, L.T., & Chang, C.J. (2021). Depressed mood trajectories in the first year postpartum among Taiwanese mothers: Associations with perceived support, financial stress, and marital satisfaction. Journal of Health Psychology. https://doi.org/10.1177/13591053211049944 [SSCI, scopus]

Chen, C.L., Chen, P.H., Chang, C.J., Wang, C.C., Hsieh, Y.W., Huang, H.H., & Hong, W.H. (2021). An illustration-based developmental motor screening questionnaire for young children: Development and a Rasch analysis. Infant and Child Development, 30(4), Article e2229. https://doi.org/10.1002/icd.2229 [SSCI, scopus]

Yang, C., & Chang C. (2021). Use of electronic products by Taiwanese children and their effect on children's development: Applying data from Kids in Taiwan Study. Bulletin of Educational Psychology, 53(2),257 – 284. https://doi.org/10.6251/BEP.202112_53(2).0001 [TSSCI, scopus]

Hsieh, Y., & Chou, L. (2020). A study on the relationship between socioeconomic status and the screen time of 3-year-old children: The mediating role of family environment and parent-child interaction time. Journal of Human Development and Family Studies, 21, 57 – 83. doi: 10.6246/JHDFS.202012_(21).0003

Chen, M., & Chou, L. (2020). Parents' high expectations of children to become successful? The parenting belief mediating effect between socioeconomic status and home learning environment. Bulletin of Educational Psychology, 52(2), 365 – 388. http://doi.org/10.6251/BEP.202012_52(2).0006 [SSCI, scopus]

Chen, M., Lin, Y., Chang, Y., & Huang, C. (2020). Buffering effects of parent-child reading on young child development in families with immigrant mothers. Bulletin of Educational Psychology, 52(2), 389 – 414. http://doi.org/10.6251/BEP.202012_52(2).0007 [SSCI, scopus]

Lin, H. (2020). A study of the impact of preschoolers' body movement towards social emotion. Journal of Chinese Home Economics, 66, 34 – 51. https://tpl.ncl.edu.tw/NclService/JournalContentDetail?SysId=A2021023563

Lin, C., Liu, H., & Chang, C. (2019). Effects of shared book reading practices on child development in the context of Taiwanese families: Applying data from Kids in Taiwan Study. Bulletin of Educational Psychology, 51(1), 135 – 159. doi: 10.6251/BEP.201909_51(1).0006 [SSCI, scopus]

Lo, Y., & Hsu, C. (2020). Building the scaffolding of concepts formation for young children earlier: The interpretation of National Longitudinal Study of Child Development and Care. Journal of Education Research, 310, 4 – 19. doi: 10.3966/168063602020020310001

Chen, K.W.K., Huang, D.T.N., Chou, L.T., Nieh, H.P., Fu, R.H., & Chang, C.J.* (2019). Childhood otitis media: Relationship with daycare attendance, harsh parenting, and maternal mental health. PLoS ONE, 14(7), e0219684. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0219684. [SCI, scopus]

Chang, C., Nieh, H., & Chou, L. (2018). Family background, living environments, and development in modern Taiwanese children: Introduction to the subjects in KIT databank. Journal of Human Development and Family Studies, 19, 45 – 63. doi: 10.6246/JHDFS.201812_(19).0003

Liu, H., Chen, P., Huang, S., Chen, Y., & Chang, C. (2018). Inventory of language development for 0-6 years old children: A parental questionnaire. Psychological Testing, 65(1), 95 – 123. [TSSCI]

Chang, C., Hsieh, S., Chou, L., & Liaw, F. (2017). Kids In Taiwan: National longitudinal study of child development and care. Journal of the Chinese Statistical Association, 55(1), 42 – 62.

Cheng, C., Tu, M., Chen, H., & Chang, C. (2016). Preschoolers' social and emotional competence in relation to their language ability and caregivers' parenting behaviors. Contemporary Educational Research Quarterly, 24(3), 1 – 27. doi: 10.6151/CERQ.2016.2403.01 [TSSCI, scopus]

Po, Y., Chen, C., Chang, C., Chen, P., Chen, H., Chung, C., Wang, C., Fu, R., & Chou, L. (2016). Preliminary studies of the developmental motor assessment scale for preschool children: Development and validation. Taiwan Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 44(2), 71 – 80. doi: 10.6315/2016.44(2)02

Wang, C., Chang, C., Chen, P., Liu, W., Chen, C., Tsai, C., Fu, R., Chou, L., & Chu, S. (2015). Developing and validating a screening scale for assessing preschool children's motor development: A preliminary study. Taiwan Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 43(4), 239 – 250. doi: 10.6315/2015.42(4)04

Wang, S., Lee, J., & Chang, C. (2015). The behavioral rating inventory of cognitive development for 2-5 year olds: A parent-completed assessment. Journal of the Chinese Statistical Association, 62(4), 279 – 302. [TSSCI]