Before joining CUHK, Professor Chiu Chi-yue had taught at the University of Hong Kong, University of Illinois and Nanyang Technological University. Professor Chiu has created several new fields of investigation in basic and applied social sciences, including multiculturalism and creativity, social psychology of globalization and polycultural psychology. The rich implications of his research on the development of personal, social and cultural competences have been extensively exploited in education, management, marketing, legal studies, arts, sports, communication, and international relations.Professor Chiu owns an impressive record of research awards and publications with significant impact. He is also an innovative and passionate educator and the winner of several outstanding teaching awards at the universities he taught. He has actively contributed to the academic community through his editorial roles in reputable journals and book series. For eight years, he has collaborated with the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences to offer voluntary research development training to Chinese social scientists in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Europe and Australia.
Normology, creativity and innovation, culture mixing and polycultural psychology, globalization, intergroup relations, cultural dynamics.
Morris, M. W., Chiu, C-y., & Liu, Z. (2015). Polycultural psychology. Annual Review of Psychology, 66, 631-659.
Chiu, C-y., Gries, P., Torelli, C. J., & Cheng, S. Y-Y. (2011). Toward a social psychology of globalization. Journal of Social Issues, 67, 663-676.
Chiu, C-y., Gelfand, M., Yamagishi, T., Shteynberg, G., & Wan, C. (2010). Intersubjective culture: The role of intersubjective perceptions in cross-cultural research. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 5, 482-493.
Chiu, C-y., Ng, S. S-L., & Au, E. (2013). Culture and social cognition. In D. Carlston (Ed.), Oxford handbook of social cognition. New York: Oxford University Press.
Chiu, C-y., Kwan, L. Y-y., & Liou, S. (2013). Culturally motivated challenges to innovations in integrative research: Theory and solutions. Social Issues and Policy Review, 7, 149-172.