台大心理系

People Faculty Emeritus Faculty Hwang, Kwang-Kuo

Hwang, Kwang-Kuo

  • Current appointment: Emeritus Professor
  • Research Field: Personality and Social Psychology
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  • Office/Phone: S205/ 886-2-33663081
  • Research Interests:

    Philosophy of Science and Methodology/Indigenized Social Psychology

  • Courses Offered:

    The Construction of Indigenous Theories in Social Sciences/Independent Research in Social Psychology

  • Professional Experience:

    1990-2000:Specially-invited Researcher, ROC National Science Council
    2000-2008:Principle Investigator, In Search of Excellence for Indigenous Psychological Research Project, Ministry of Education
    2003-2005:President, Asian Association of Social Psychology
    1993-1994:Visiting Scholar, East West Center
    1986-1986:Alumni-in-residence Fellow, East West Center
    1985-1986:Visiting Scholar, Chinese Studies Center University of Michigan
    1983-1986:President, Mental Health Association in Taiwan
    1977-1981:Associate Professor, Department of Psychology National Taiwan University
    1976-1977:Lecture, Department of Psychology National Taiwan University

  • Honors & Awards:

    2010:Dr. Son yet-sen’s Awards for Academic work
    2007:Outstanding scientists of the 21st century, International Biographical Center, Cambridge, England
    2006:NTU Chair Professor, Lifelong Distinguished Professor, National Taiwan University; Outstanding Scholar Awards, Foundation for the Advancement Outstanding Scholarship
    2005:Outstanding Scholar Awards; Foundation for the Advancement Outstanding Scholarship
    2003:Outstanding Scientific and Technological Worker Award, Ministry of Administration, ROC
    2002:Outstanding Researcher Award, National Science Council, R.O.C.
    1997–1999, 2000-2002:National Chair Professor    Ministry of Education, R.O.C.
    1999:Outstanding Alumni Award, East West Center
    1985-1987, 1987-1989, 1992-1994:Outstanding Research Award, National Science Council, R.O.C.
    1986:Alumni-in-Residence Fellowship, East West Center
    1977–1987:General Research Award, National Science Council, R.O.C.

  • Education:

    1976 Ph.D in Social Psychology, University of Hawaii
    1971 M.S. in Psychology, National Taiwan University
    1969 B.A. in Psychology, National Taiwan University

Publications

Publications

Hwang, K. K. (1987). Face and favor: The Chinese power game. American Journal of Sociology, 92(4), 945-974.

Hwang, K. K., & Rosina C. C. (1987). Relationship between internal-external control and brain drain in Taiwan. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 1(3), 423-427.

Hwang, K. K. (1992). Modern manifestations of the struggle between Confucianism and legalism: Comments on the spirit of Chinese capitalism. Cross-Cultural Psychology Bulletin, 26(3), 26-29.

Hwang, K. K. (1997-8). Guanxi and mientze: Conflict resolution in Chinese society. Intercultural Communication Studies, 7(1), 17-37.

Privette, G., K. K. Hwang, & Bundrick, C. M. (1997). Cross-cultural measurement of experience: Taiwanese and Americans' peak performance, peak experience, misery, failure, sport, and average events. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 84, 1459-1482.

Hwang, K. K. (1998). Two moralities:Reinterpreting the finding of empirical research on moral reasoning in Taiwan. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 1, 211-238.

Hwang, K. K. (1999). Chinese corporate culture and productivity. Sun Yat-Sun Management Review. International Issue, 621-648.

Hwang, K. K. (1999). Filial piety and loyalty: Two types of social identification in Confucianism. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2, 163-183.

Hwang, K. K. (2000). Chinese relationalism: Theoretical construction and methodological considerations. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 30(2), 155-178.

Hwang, K. K. (2001). Introducing human rights education in the Confucian society of Taiwan: Its implications for ethical leadership in education. International Journal of Leadership in Education, 4(4), 321-332.

Hwang, K. K. (2001). The deep structure of Confucianism: A social psychological approach. Asian Philosophy, 11(3), 179-204.

Bedford, O., & Hwang, K. K. (2003). Guilt and shame in Chinese culture: A cross-cultural framework from the perspective of morality and identity. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 33(2), 127-144.

Hwang, K. K. (2003). Critique of the methodology of empirical research on individual modernity in Taiwan. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 6, 241-262.

Hwang, K. K. (2003). In search of a new paradigm for cultural psychology. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 6, 287-291.

Hwang, K. K. (2004). Book review for Social connections in China: Institutions, culture, and the changing nature of Guanxi. Contemporary Sociology, 33(5), 572-573.

Han, K. H., Li, M. C., & Hwang, K. K. (2005). Cognitive responses to favor request from social targets of different relationships in a Confucian society. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 22(2), 307-318.

Hwang, K. K. (2005). A philosophical reflection on the epistemology and methodology of indigenous psychologies. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 8(1), 5-17.

Hwang, K. K. (2005). From anticolonialism to postcolonialism: The emergence of Chinese indigenous psychology in Taiwan. International Journal of Psychology, 40(4), 228-238.

Hwang, K. K. (2005). The third wave of culture psychology: The indigenous movement. The Psychologist, 18(2), 80-83.
Shams, M., & Hwang, K. K. (2005). Special issue on responses to the epistemological challenges to indigenous psychologies. Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 8(1), 3-4.

Han, K. H., Li, M. C., & Hwang, K. K. (2005). Cognitive responses to favor request from social targets of different relationships in a Confucian society. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 22(2), 283-294.

Hwang, K. K. (2006). Moral face and social face: Contingent self-esteem in Confucian society. International Journal of Psychology, 41(4), 276-281.

Han, D. Y., Chen, S. H., Hwang, K. K., & Wei, H. L. (2006). Effects of psycholoeducation for depression on help-seeking willingness: Biological attribution versus destigmatization. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 60, 662-668.

Chen, S. W., Wang, H. H., Wei, C. F. Fwu, B. J., & Hwang, K. K. (2009). Taiwanese students' self-attributions for two types of achievement goals. The Journal of Social Psychology, 149(2), 179-194.

Hwang, K. K. (2009). The Development of indigenous counseling in contemporary Confucian communities. The Counseling Psychologist, 37, 930-943.

Hwang, K. K., & Chang, J. (2009). Self-cultivation: Culturally sensitive psychotherapies in Confucian societies. The Counseling Psychologist, 37, 1010-1032.

Hwang, K. K. (2009). New approach of indigenous social psychology in the age of globalization. Taiwan Journal of East Asian Studies, 6(2), 111-130.

Hwang, K. K. (2010). Way to capture theory of indigenous psychology. Psychological Studies, 55(2), 96-100.

Hwang, K. K. (2011). The implication of Popper’s anti-inductive theory for the development of indigenous psychologies. Psychological Studies, 55(4), 390-394.

Hwang, K. K. (2011). Reification of culture in indigenous psychologies: Merit or mistake? Social Epistemology, 25(2), 125-131.

Hwang, K. K. (2011). Face dynamism in Confucian relationalism. China Media Research, 7(4), 13-24.

Hwang, K. K. (2011). The Mandala model of self. Psychological Studies, 56(4), 329-334.

Hwang, K. K. (2013). The construction of culture-inclusive theories by multiple philosophical paradigms. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 2(7), 46-58.

Hwang, K. K. (2013). Linking science to culture: Challenge to psychologists. Social Epistemology, 27(1),105-122.

Hwang, K. K. (2013). Science as a culture in culture with deep-structure across empirical studies in psychology. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 2(10), 38-51.

Hwang, K. K. (2013). A disciplinary horizon for comprehending the third wave of psychology. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 3(1), 44-55.

Clobert, M., Saroglou, V., Hwang, K. K., & Soong, W. L. (2014). East Asian religious tolerance—A myth or a reality? Empirical investigations of religious prejudice in East Asian societies. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 45, 1-19.

Hwang, K. K. (2014). Preserving cultural identity and subjectivity for a psychology of multiculturalism. Social Epistemology Review and Reply Collective, 3(9), 7-14.

Hwang, K. K (2015). Cultural system vs. pan-cultural dimensions: Philosophical reflection on approaches for indigenous psychology. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 45(1), 1-24.

Hwang, K. K (2015). Culture-inclusive theories of self and social interaction: The approach of multiple philosophical paradigms. Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior, 45(1), 39-62.

Books/Chapters

Books/Chapters

Hwang, K. K., & Michael B. (1986). Social psychology of Chinese people. In M. H. Bond (Ed.) The psychology of the Chinese people, 213-166. Oxford University Press.

Hwang, K. K. (1990). A psychological perspective of Chinese interpersonal morality. East Asian Civilizations: Society, Culture, and Patterns of Behaviour (pp. 10-24). Rhein und Bad Honnef, Germany: Horlemann Verlag Unkel.

Hwang, K. K. (1990). Modernization of the Chinese family business. International Journal of Psychology, Vol. 25, No. 5, 6, 593-618. Also in H. S. R.

Kao, D. Sinha, and S-H. Ng (Ed.), (1995). Effective Organizations and Social Values (pp. 37-62). New Delhi: Sage Publications.

Hwang, K. K. (1991). Dao and the transformative power of Confucianism: a theory of East Asian modernization. In W. M. Tu (Ed.), The triadic chord: Confucian ethics, industrial east Asia, and Max Weber: Proceedings of the 1987 Singapore conference on Confucian ethics and the modernisation of industrial east Asia (pp. 229-278). The Institute of East Asian Philosophies.

Hwang, K. K. (1995). Knowledge and action: A social psychological interpretation of Chinese cultural tradition (in Chinese). Taipei: Psychological Publishers.

Hwang, K. K. (Ed.), (1995). Easternization: Socio-cultural impact on productivity. Tokyo, Japan: Asian Productivity Organization.

Hwang, K. K. (1995). Easternization and productivity: Aligning to quality of life. In K. K. Hwang (Ed.), Easternization: Socio-cultural Impact on Productivity. Tokyo, Japan: Asian Productivity Organization.

Hwang, K. K. (1995). The struggle between Confucianism and legalism in Chinese society and productivity: A Taiwan experience. In K. K. Hwang (Ed.), Easternization: Socio-cultural impact on productivity. Tokyo, Japan: Asian Productivity Organization.

Gabrenya, W. K., & Hwang, K. K. (1996). Chinese social interaction: Harmony and hierarchy on the good earth. In M. H. Bond (Ed.), Handbook of Chinese Psychology (pp. 309-321). Hong Kong: Oxford University Press.

Hwang, K. K. (1997). Chinese corporate culture and productivity. Management and Productivity Enhancement: New Approaches (pp. 11-37). Tokyo, Japan: Asian Productivity Organization.

Hwang, K. K. (1998). Confucianism and East Asian Modernization (in Chinese). Chu-Liu Book Co.

Hwang, K. K. (2000). Psychology in Taiwan. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed. in chief), Encyclopedia of Psychology, Vol. 8, 2-4. American Psychological Association.

Hwang, K. K. (2001). Morality (East and West): Cultural concerns. In N. J. Smelser, & P. B. Baltes (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Science (pp. 10039-10043). Pergamon, Oxford.

Hwang, K. K. (2001). The Logic of Social Sciences (in Chinese). Taipei: Psychological Publishers.

Yang, K. S., Hwang, K. K., Pedersen, P. B., & Daibo, I. (Eds) (2003). Progress in Asian social psychology: Conceptual and empirical contributions. Westport, Conn, US: Praeger Publisher.

Hwang, K. K., Liu, T. W., Han, D. Y., & Chen, S. H. (2003). Somatisation, emotional expression, and Confucian ethics in Chinese culture. In W. O. Phoon and I. Macindoe (Eds.), Untangling the threads: Perspectives on mental health in Chinese communities (pp. 47-80). Transcultural Mental Health Centre.

Hwang, K. K. (2004). The epistemological goal of indigenous psychology: The perspective of constructive realism. In B. N. Setiadi, A. Supratiknya, W. J. Lonner, and Y. H. Poortinga (Eds.), Ongoing themes in psychology and culture (pp. 169-186). The International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology.

Hwang, K. K. (2005) The Necessity of Indigenous Psychology: The Perspective of Constructive Realism. In M. J. Jandl, K. Greiner and F. G. Wallner, (Eds), Science, Medicine and Culture (pp. 284-289). Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Publishing.

Kim U., Yang, K. S. and Hwang, K. K. (2006). Contributions to Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: Understanding People in Context. In U. Kim, K. S. Yang, and K. K. Hwang (Eds). Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: Understand People in Context (pp. 3-25). New York: Springer.

Hwang, K. K. (2006). Constructive Realism and Confucian Relationalism: An Epistemological Strategy for the development of Indigenous Psychology. In U. Kim, K. S. Yang, and K. K. Hwang (Eds). Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: Understand People in Context (pp. 73-107). New York: Springer.

Bedford O. and Hwang, K. K. (2006). Taiwanese Identity and Democracy: The Social Psychology of Taiwan’s 2004 Elections. New York: Palgrave Macmillan

Kim, U., Yang, K. S., & Hwang, K. K.(Eds.)(2006). Indigenous and Cultural Psychology: Understand People in Context. New York: Springer.

Hwang, K. K., Cheng, W. Y. and Lee, Y. T. (2007). Confucian Relation and Chinese Organizational Culture. In Y. T. Lee, V. Calvez and A. M. Guénette(Eds.), La Compétence Culturelle: S'équipe pour les défis du management international (pp. 141-158). Paris: L’Harmattan.

Hwang, K. K. (2007). The development of indigenous social psychology in Confucian society. In S. J. Kulich & M. H. Prosser (eds), Intercultural perspectives on Chinese communication: Intercultural Research Vol. 1. Shanghai, China: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press.

Hwang, K. K. (2008). Leadership Theory of Legalism and its Function in Confucian Society. In C. C. Chen, and Y. T. Lee (Eds.), Leadership and Management in China: philosophies, theories and practices (pp.108-142). Cambridge University Press.

Hwang, K. K. (2009). Confucianism and Taoism. In R. Shweder, T. Bidell, A. Dailey, S. Dixon, P. Miller, & J. Modell, (Eds.), The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion (pp.205-206). University of Chicago Press.

Hwang, K. K. (2009). Confucious. In R. Shweder, T. Bidell, A. Dailey, S. Dixon, P. Miller, & J. Modell (Eds.), The Child: An Encyclopedic Companion (pp. 206-207). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.  Hwang, K. K. (2009). Logic of Social Sciences. (in Chinese). Taipei, Taiwan: Psychological Publishing Co.

Hwang, K. K. (2009). Confucian Relationalism: Philosophical Reflection, Theoretical Construction and Empirical Research. (in Chinese). Taipei, Taiwan: Psychological Publishing Co.

Hwang, K. K. (2010). Reflecting on oneself: Self-cultivation in modern society. (in Chinese).Taipei: Hung Yeh Publishing Co.

Hwang, K. K. & Han, K. H. (2010). Face and morality in Confucian society. In M. H. Bond (Ed.), The handbook of Chinese psychology (pp. 479-498). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Hwang, K. K. (2011). A proposal for scientific revolution in psychology. (in Chinese). Taipei: Psychological Publishing Co.

Hwang, K. K. (2012). Indigenous psychology. In Keith, K. (Ed.). The encyclopedia of cross-cultural psychology. Hoboken, New Jersey: Wiley-Blackwell.

Hwang, K. K. (2012). Foundations of Chinese Psychology: Confucian Social Relations. New York: Springer.

Hwang, K. K. (2012). Life goals, achievement motivation and value of effort in Confucian society. In U. Kim, and Y. S. Park (Eds.), Asias’s educational miracle: Psychological, social and cultural perspectives. New York: Springer.

Hwang K. K.(2012). Social exchange and face dynamism in Confucian society. In M. Bond & H. Xu (Eds.), The handbook of Chinese organizational behavior: Integrating theory, research, and practice (pp. 480-501). New York, NY: Edward Elgar.

Hwang K. K. (2012). Confucian and Legalist Basis of Leadership and Business Ethics. In M. Krämer (Ed.), Handbook of philosophical foundations of business ethics (pp. 1005-1026). Heidelberg: Springer.

Hwang, K. K. (2012). The Strategic Management of Yin/Yang Balance and Ethical Leadership in Chinese Organizations. In Wang, C. L., Ketchen, D. L., & Bergh, D. D. (Eds.). West Meets East: West Meets East: Building Theoretical Bridges Research Methodology in Strategy and Management. New York: Elsevier Science.

Hwang, K. K. (2013). The Logic of Social Sciences (3rd edition) (in Chinese). Taipei: Psychological Publishers.

Hwang, K. K. (2014). Confucian Relationalism: Philosophical Reflection, Theoretical Construction and Empirical Research. (2nd edition) (in Chinese). Taipei, Taiwan: Psychological Publishing Co.

Hwang, K. K. (2014). Bridging scientific universality and cultural specificity in psychology education and training: a Chinese perspective. Psychology education and training: A global perspective (pp. 134-149). New York, NY: Psychology Press.

Hwang, K. K (2014). Self-exertion: Confucian theory of ethical healing. Asian healing traditions implications for health and mental health. In Moodley, R., Lo, T., Zhu, N., & Ishii, M., (Eds). New York: Sage Publications.

Hwang, K. K. (2014). Dual belief in Heaven and spirits: Metaphysical foundations of Confucian morality. In B. Turner & O. Salemink (Eds), Handbook of Asian religions. New York : Routledge.

Hwang, K. K. (In Press). A Proposal for Getting out of Weberian Maze (in Chinese). Taipei: Psychological Publishing Co.

Conference Presentations

Conference Presentations

Hwang, K. K. (2012). Critical Realism and Multiple Philosophical Paradigms: The Construction of Culture-Inclusive Theories. Paper presented at International conference on New Perspectives in East Asian Studies, June 1-2, 2012, Institute for Advanced Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences, National Taiwan University, Taipei.

People Faculty Emeritus Faculty Hwang, Kwang-Kuo