Hello! I am Kit Jai. I graduated from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) with a MPhil degree in Psychology in 2021 and obtained my bachelor degree from HKU in 2019. I am interested in Social-Cognitive Psychology, Judgment and Decision Making (JDM), especially in but not limited to health related contexts, Emotions (e.g. Anxiety, Regret), Mental Health, Neurodiversity, as well as Open Scholarship and Meta Science. I just started my PhD in the Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK). I plan to focus on the intersection between JDM, neighbouring Cognitive-Behavioral Sciences, and Mental Health in my PhD and future research career:

1) Mental health communication and promotion with insights from Cognitive-Behavioral Sciences (Cognitive Psychology, Social-Cultural Psychology, Motivational Psychology, JDM/Behavioral Economics, Consumer Psychology, Health Psychology) adjustments based on individual, cultural and contextual moderators, treatment utilization, self-help, and engagements [Feel free to contact me regarding my research proposal/ideas. It would be great to collaborate],

2) Perceived judgments, external stigma, perceived stigma, self-stigma, perceived risks, perceived benefits, cognitive biases in decisions of disclosure/non-disclosure of mental health difficulties and neurodivergent conditions and help-seeking,

3) Shared/collaborative decision making, service user-clinician communication, decision training, and boosting,

4) Heuristics and biases, action-inaction, regulatory focus, risk attitudes, risk preferences, and risk perceptions of treatments of clinicians and service users,

5) Evidence-based decision making in mental health settings – e.g. improving scientific literacy, health/science communication, and JDM of clinicians and service users,

6) JDM of mental health conditions and developmental conditions.

Above are some examples that I am interested in (I will probably focus on one or two topics above during PhD). I am open to other suggestions/topics.

Published/Accepted Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

Yeung, S. K., & Feldman, G. (2022). Revisiting the Temporal Pattern of Regret in Action Versus Inaction: Replication of Gilovich and Medvec (1994) With Extensions Examining Responsibility. Collabra: Psychology, 8 (1): 37122. https://doi.org/10.1525/collabra.37122 OSF

Yeung*, S. K., Yay*, T., & Feldman*^, G. (2021). Action and inaction in moral judgments and decisions: ‎Meta-analysis of Omission-Bias omission-commission asymmetries. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin. https://doi.org/10.1177/01461672211042315 OSF

Chandrashekar*, S. P., Yeung*, S. K., Yau*, K., Cheung, C., Agarwal, T., Wong, C., Pillai, T.,
Thirlwell, T., Leung, W., Li, Y., Tse, C., Cheng, B., Chan, C., Feldman^, G. (2021). Agency and self-other asymmetries in perceived bias and shortcomings: Replications of the Bias Blind Spot and extensions linking to free will beliefs. Judgment and Decision Making, 16(6). https://sjdm.org/journal/20/201018/jdm201018.html

Brick*, C., Fillon*, A., Yeung*, S. K., Lyu*, H., Wang*, M., Ho*, J., Wong*, S., Feldman^, G. (2021). Self-interest is overestimated for others’ preferences: Two successful replications of Miller and Ratner (1998). Collabra: Psychology, 7 (1), 23443. https://doi.org/10.1525/collabra.23443 OSF

Ziano*, I., Xiao*, Q., Yeung*, S. K., Wong*, C., Cheung*, M., Lo*, J., Yan*, M., Narendra*, G., Kwan*, L., ‎Chow*, C., Man*, C., & Feldman^, G. (2021). Numbing or Sensitization? Replications and ‎Extensions of Fetherstonhaugh et al. (1997)’s ‎“Insensitivity to the Value of Human ‎Life”‎. ‎Journal of Experimental Social Psychology97, 104222. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jesp.2021.104222 OSF

*Joint first authors; ^Corresponding author

Many-Region/Lab/Author Collaborations

Wang, K., Goldenberg, A., Dorison, C.A., Miller, J.K., Lerner, J.S., Gross, J.J., … Yeung, S. K., … Moshontz, H. (2021). A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Nature Human Behaviour5, 1089-1110. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-021-01173-x OSF

Tierney, W., Hardy, J., III., Ebersole, C., Leavitt, K., Viganola, D., Clemente, E., Gordon, M., Dreber, A., Johannesson, M., Pfeiffer, T., Hiring Decisions Forecasting Collaboration, & Uhlmann, E. (2020). Creative destruction in science. Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes161, 291-309. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.obhdp.2020.07.002 OSF [Member of forecasting collaboration, in which I forecasted the effect sizes of the studies and suggested edits/changes to the manuscript, fulfilling two roles in CRediT, so listed as an author in Appendix, see note].

Tierney, W., Hardy, J. H., III., Ebersole, C., Viganola, D., Clemente, E., Gordon, M., Hoogeveen, S., Haaf, J., Dreber, A.A., Johannesson, M., Pfeiffer, T., Chapman, H., Gantman, A., Vanaman, M., DeMarree, K., Igou, E., Wylie, J., Storbeck J., Andreychik, M.R., McPhetres, J., Vaughn, L.A., Culture and Work Forecasting Collaboration, & Uhlmann, E. L. (2021). A creative destruction approach to replication: Implicit work and sex morality across cultures. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 93, 104060 https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jesp.2020.104060 [Member of forecasting collaboration, in which I forecasted the effect sizes of the studies and suggested edits/changes to the manuscript, fulfilling two roles in CRediT, so listed as an author in Appendix, see note].

Parsons, S., Azevedo, F., Aczel, B., Elsherif, M., Miranda, J., Micheli, L., … Yeung, S. K., … Aczel. B. (2022). A Community-Sourced Glossary of Open Scholarship Terms. Nature Human Behaviour, 6, 312-318. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41562-021-01269-4

Psychological Science Accelerator Self-Determination Theory Collaboration (2022). A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 119 (22), e2111091119. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.2111091119 [One of the full authors of Psychological Science Accelerator Self-Determination Theory Collaboration Team]

Dorison, C.A., Coles, N.A., Lerner, J.S., Heller, B.H., Rothman, A.J., Kawachi, I.I., Wang, K., Rees, V.W., Gill, B.P., Gibbs, N., … Yeung, S. K., … (400+ co-authors) Sievers, E. (2022). In COVID-19 health messaging, loss framing increases anxiety with little-to-no concomitant benefits: Experimental evidence from 84 countries. Affective Science. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/sevkf

Note: Authorship standards vary from subfields to subfields, regions to regions, communities to communities. Authorships of the above publications and below preprints (including many-region/lab collaborations) are based on CRediT – Contributor Roles Taxonomy (https://casrai.org/credit/). In general, fulfilling at least 2 roles of CRediT is needed to be coauthors. Joint-first-authorships require a lot more contributions/work.

Tools/Preprints/Under Review/To Be Revised/Resubmitted

Yeung, S. K. (2022). Directions for Open Scholarship in Autism – Embracing Open Scholarship to Meaningfully Improve Lives of Autistic People Together. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/xzkjh [There may be more co-authors later]

Leung, J. S. Y., Yeung, S. K., Geiger, S., Doshi, M., Kim, G., Ng, W. T., & Feldman^, G. (2022). Individual differences in attribute framing of environmental costs: Replication of Hardisty et al. (2010) with extensions examining associations with climate change attitudes and self-efficacy [Registered Report Stage 1]. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/KSJPU

Elsherif*, M. M., Middleton*, S. L., Phan*, J. M., Azevedo*, F., Iley*, B. J., Grose-Hodge*, M., Tyler*, S., Kapp*, S. K., Gourdon-Kanhukamwe*, A., Grafton-Clarke*, D., Yeung*, S. K., Shaw*, J. J., Hartmann*, H., & Dokovova*, M. (2022). Bridging Neurodiversity and Open Scholarship: How Shared Values Can Guide Best Practices for Research Integrity, Social Justice, and Principled Education. https://doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/k7a9p [All Authors are Joint-First Authors, Order was decided based on Academic Wheel of Privilege, which we developed.]

Buchanan, E. M., Lewis, S., Paris, B., Forscher, P. S., Pavlacic, J. M., Beshears, J., … Yeung, S. K., … Primbs, M. (2022). PSACR: The Psychological Science Accelerator’s COVID-19 Rapid-Response Dataset. https://doi.org/10.31219/osf.io/byqha

Yeung, S. K. (2022). Clarifying, Understanding, and Potentially Resolving Mixed Findings in Health Message Framing Literature: Agenda and Solutions for Moving Forward. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.33002.39367

Pownall, M., Azevedo, F., König, L. M., Slack, H. R., Evans, T. R., Flack, Z., … Yeung, S. K., …FOORT (2022). The impact of open and reproducible scholarship on students’ scientific literacy, engagement, and attitudes towards science: A review and synthesis of the evidence. https://doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/9e526

Yeung, S. K., & Feldman, G. (2021). Action-Inaction Asymmetries in Emotions and Counterfactual Thoughts: Meta-Analysis of the Action Effect [Registered Report Stage 1]. https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/ACM24

Van den Akker, O., Peters, G.-J. Y., Bakker, C., Carlsson, R., Coles, N. A., Corker, K. S., Feldman, G., Mellor, D., Moreau, D., Nordström, T., Pfeiffer, N., Pickering, J., Rigelman, A., Topor, M., van Veggel, N., & Yeung, S. K. (2021). Inclusive systematic review registration form. https://doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/3nbea

Ziano*, I., Yeung*, S. K., Lee*, C. S., Shi, J., & Feldman*^, G. (2022). Examining the impact of effort on perceived quality and value by revisiting “The Effort Heuristic”: Mixed results of close replications of Kruger et al. (2004). https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.10370.40641

Topor, M., Pickering, J. S., Barbosa Mendes, A., Bishop, D. V. M., Büttner, F. C., Henderson, E. L., Kalandadze, T., Nitschke, F., Staaks, J., van den Akker, O., Yeung, S. K.,… Westwood, S. J. (2022). An integrative framework for planning and conducting Non-Interventional, Reproducible, and Open Systematic Reviews (NIRO-SR). https://doi.org/10.31222/osf.io/8gu5z

*Evans, T., *Yeung, S. K., *Mui, K., *Poon, K., *Nam, G., *Zhu, M., *Kwok, S. & ^Feldman, G. (2022). Revisiting the s-shaped model for the affective psychology of risk: Two replications and extensions of Rottenstreich and Hsee (2001)  [Registered Report Stage 1]. https://doi.org/10.13140/RG.2.2.32797.23526

*Joint first authors; ^Corresponding author

Note: A Stage 1 Registered Report is a manuscript submitted to a journal or Peer Community In system before actual data collection. This means that the peer reviewers review our methods and *planned* data analyses, and help us improve. *If* the peer reviewers and editors later accept our Stage 1 Registered Report in principle, we will move on to actual data collection and subsequent work. For more information, see https://www.cos.io/initiatives/registered-reports


Work in Progress

Yeung*, S. K., Feldman*^, G., Fillon, A., Protzko, J., Elsherif, M., Xiao, Q., Pickering, J., & Moreau, D. (2021). Experimental Studies Meta-Analysis Registered Report Templates. [Work in Preparation]***

Fillon, A., Feldman, G., Xiao, Q., Elsherif, M., Yeung, S. K., Nanakdewa, K., Protzko, J., Brick, C., & Moreau, D. (2021). Correlational Studies Meta-Analysis Registered Report Templates. [Work in Preparation]***

Feldman*^, G., Chandrashekar, S.P., Yeung, S. K., Xiao, Q., Fillon, A., & Henne, P. (2021). What is action, what is inaction? Clarifying action-inaction in judgment and decision making and recommendations for term use and typology. [Work in Preparation]

Yeung, S. K., Feldman, G., & Chandrashekar, P. (2021). Action-inaction asymmetries: Contrasting classic action-inaction biases. [Work in Preparation]

Kovacs, M., Szekely, Z., Aczel, B., Pennington, C., Yeung, S. K., Alzahawi, S., Spitzer, L., van den Akker, O., Feldman, G., Evans, T., & van ‘t Veer, A. E. (2021). Post-registration: Recording deviations from pre-registration. [Work in Preparation]

Erhan*, M., Yeung*, S. K., Tashi*, M., Kim*, J., Wong*, S. C., Yu*, S. Y., & Feldman^, G. (2021). Revisiting Van Boven and Gilovich (2003) experiential purchase advantage over material purchase in happiness and financial wisdom, with extensions on perceived uncertainty for positive outcome and additional continuous measures of purchase. [Work in Preparation]

Azevedo, F., Hartmann, H., Elsherif, M., Liu, M., Aldoh, A., Alzahawi, S., Yeung, S. K., … Pronizius, E. (2021). Reversals in Social Sciences. [Work in Preparation]

van den Akker, O., van Assen, M., Bakker, M., Alzahawi, S., Nilsonne, G., Pennington, C., Sarafoglou, A., Schoch, S., Verweij, L., Wicherts, J., Yeung, S. K. … *** (2021). The effectiveness of preregistration: Assessing preregistration strictness and preregistration-study consistency. [Work in Preparation]

Yeung, S. K., Drexler, R., Lin, Y., Wo, W. Y., Lam, T. Y., White, O., Zhang, Z., & Feldman, G. (2021). Revisiting Idson et al. (2000) Regulatory Focus Perspective on Framing and Hedonic Intensity, with Extensions Comparing Separate Evaluations and Joint Evaluations. [Work in Preparation]

Korbmacher, M., Hartmann, H., Elsherif, M., … Yeung, S. K. … *** (2022). From replicability crisis to credibility revolution: Ways forward in psychological research. [Work in Preparation]

Swaryandini, G., Noetel, M., Ng, C., Parker, P., Basarkod, G., Yeung, S. K., Alimi, S., Ruzzante, F., Saeri, Z., Slattery, P., & Grundy, E. ** (2022). Does debiasing training improve rationality? A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised trials in educational settings. [Work in Preparation]

Yeung, S. K., Elsherif, M., Zaneva, M., Gourdon-Kanhukamwe, A., Shaw, J., Ramji, A. V., & Azevedo, F. (2022). Promoting Participatory Research for Neurodiverse Populations through Open Scholarship Practice. [Work in Preparation; Authorship order will be decided later**; There may be more authors later***]

*Joint first authors

**Order/Tier of my authorship will be decided.

***For some of the above work, the authors list may be updated, as there will likely be more collaborators

Apart from the above projects, I am working on some other projects in the intersection of Autism, Neurodiversity, and Open Scholarship. These projects (e.g. Open Scholarship and Neurodiversity in Academia and Higher Education Survey, Database of Neurodivergent Researchers and Publications with Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training, and some other projects such as Implications of recent findings in Double Empathy* and Masking/Passing for Reforms in Interventions and Research in Autism) are in very early stages. Email me if you are interested.

*Double Empathy Problem is a theory developed by Milton (2012), with a rapidly growing literature of findings supporting this theory.

Open-Meta-Science Collaborative Guides

Feldman, G., Xiao, Q., & Yeung, S. K. (2022). Effect Size and Confidence Intervals Collaborative Guide. http://mgto.org/effectsizeguide [Ongoing]

Feldman, G., Xiao, Q., Yeung, S. K., Elsherif, M., & Zhang, Y. (2022). Power Analysis Collaborative Guide. https://mgto.org/poweranalysisguide [Ongoing]

Feldman, G., Xiao, Q., & Yeung, S. K. (2022). Pre-registered replications & extensions collaborative manual/guide. https://mgto.org/replicationguide [Ongoing]

Feldman, G., & Yeung, S. K. (2022). Registered Replication Report Assessment collaborative template. https://mgto.org/RRRassessment [Ongoing]

Feldman, G., Yeung, S. K., Rubin, M., & Elsherif, M. (2022). Statistics best practices collaborative guide. https://mgto.org/statsbestpracticesguide [Ongoing]

Feldman, G., & Yeung, S. K. (2022). Quantitative Manuscript Peer Review Collaborative Template. https://mgto.org/peerreviewtemplate [Ongoing]

Feldman, G., Yeung, S. K., & Wong, C. H. (2022). Collaborative Qualtrics guide. https://mgto.org/qualtricsguide [Ongoing]

Note: Some of the above are free and open collaborative guides/templates/tools/resources for research designs, methods and statistics with procedures using open and reproducible programs or methods (e.g. RMarkdown code, R Packages, Jamovi, G*Power, Registered Reports with Simulated Data Analyses), but not novel and not advanced work on statistical models. See https://mgto.org/resources/ (Gilad Feldman, my MPhil advisor website) for more details and full list of Open resources, in which I am involved in some of them. We may submit these to journals later after more pre-testing and proof-of-concept.

  • Replication-Extensions
  • A major hallmark of science is replicability and credibility of findings. I am one of the team members of Collaborative Open-science REsearch (CORE). We replicate notable classic or influential studies, make some adjustments with well-powered diverse, sometimes cross-regional samples, and add extensions to gain additional novel and potentially meaningful insights. I have published several replication-extensions, regularly do peer reviews and provide guidance, as a tutor, for replication-extension studies in Social-Cognitive Psychology, Emotions, Judgment and Decision Making by HKU students, led by Dr. Gilad Feldman and other researchers. Check https://mgto.org/pre-registered-replications/ for details. This mass replication-extensions project (CORE), received selection for Society for Improving Psychological Science Commendation in 2020.
  • Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses
  • I have led two meta-analyses (e.g. see Yeung et al., 2021 Omission Bias Meta-Analysis), and I have been involved in several projects aiming to improve the quality, transparency, and reproducibility of meta-analyses and systematic reviews, with collaborators from different regions. We hope these projects can reduce errors and facilitate error-checking in meta-analyses.
  • Global Multi-Lab Empirical Studies
  • I have been involved in empirical multi-lab cross-regional collaborations (e.g. global mental health and health behavior projects with Psychological Science Accelerator during COVID-19). We believe that to drive science and humanity forward, more well-powered and diverse samples from different cultures and continents and collaborative Team Science are essential and potentially very meaningful.
  • Open Scholarship
  • For my projects, I ensure Openness, Reproducibility and Transparency of Data, Code and Materials. I have also been involved in projects on Pre-Registration/Registered Report Templates and Guides, Replications-Extensions, Open Collaborative Guides and Resources, etc. I have involved in Open Scholarship Education Projects with FORRT (Framework for Open and Reproducible Research Training) and I have taught Open Science Principles and Practices in courses.
  • I also embrace often overlooked but very important Open Scholarship principles notably Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice in Higher Education and Academia. I have been actively working on some projects in the intersection of Open Scholarship and Neurodiversity.
  • Reviews Experiences
  • Journal of Personality and Social Psychology
  • Judgment and Decision Making
  • Scientific Reports
  • Cognition and Emotion
  • Peer Community In Registered Reports
  • Philosophical Psychology
  • Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied
  • Royal Society Open Science
  • I enjoy doing peer reviews. I provide comprehensive and very constructive feedback with suggestions. Feel free to contact me.

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Google Scholar: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=S1hTKuEAAAAJ&hl=zh-TW

ResearchGate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Siu-Kit-Yeung

Note: Google Scholar and ResearchGate information (preprints, publications, authors, #toomanycoauthors) may be outdated, may be incomplete, and may be confusing. For clear, complete, and updated information, please see this site, with links.


Contact

Email: yskjdmmh@gmail.com 

(call me Kit Jai)