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185. Kang-Ming Chang, Yu-Teng Chun, Sih-Huei Chen, Luo Lu, Hsiao-Ting Jannis Su, Hung-Meng Liang, Jayasree Santhosh, Congo Tak-Shing Ching* and Shing-Hong Liu*(2016)。The Evaluation of Physical Stillness with Wearable Chest and Arm Accelerometer during Chan Ding Practice. sensors。2016, 16, 1126; doi:10.3390/s16071126
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182. Luo Lu(2016)。Work Longer Or Live Smarter? Striving for Desirable Work Time Arrangements in Diverse Cultural Contexts。The Impact of ICT on Work。2016,,195-218。
181. Chang-qin Lu, Bei Wang, Oi-ling Siu, Luo Lu, Dan-yang Du(2015)。Work-home interference and work values in Greater China。Journal of Managerial Psychology。2015, 30(7),801-814。
180. 陸洛、林惠彥、楊士倫(2015)。經濟誘因之外─雇主品牌吸引力與員工工作後果之關聯。商略學報。2015, 7(2),113-128。
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178. Lu, L., Lin, H. Y., Lu, C. Q., & Siu, O. L.(2015).The moderating role of intrinsic work value orientation on the dual-process of job demands and resources among Chinese employees.International Journal of Workplace Health Management, 2015, 8(2),78-91。
177. 陸洛(2015)。臺灣社會中的最適老化。台大校友雙月刊。五月號,12-15。
176. Lu, L. (2015). The associations between the fit of desired and actual working time and work attitudes: A comparison between different social welfare regimes. International Journal of Commerce and Strategy, 2015, 7(1), 19-34。(Supported by MOST103-2410-H-002-195-SS3)
175. Lu, L.(2015). Building trust and cohesion in virtual teams: The developmental approach. Journal of Organizational Effectiveness: People and Performance,2(1), 55-72。(Supported by NSC101-2410-H-002-197-MY2)
174. Chang, T. T., Lu, L., * Lin, H. Y., Kao, S. F., & Chen, Y. S.. Relationships of work-family conflict coping strategies with adaptational consequences. Organization and Management, 8(1),77-111 (TSSCI) (Supported by NSC100-2410-H-002-081-MY3)(in Chinese)
173. Lu, L., Chang, T. T., Kao, S. F., & Cooper, C. L. Testing an integrated model of the work-family interface in Chinese employees: A longitudinal study. Asian Journal of Social Psychology,18, 12-21. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC100-2410-H-002-081-MY3)(2015).
172. Wu, H. P., & Lu, L. When we get together: Person-team fit, affective commitment and knowledge sharing behavior.(2014). NTU Management Review, 25 (1), 287-324. (TSSCI)(in Chinese)
171. Hsu, Y. C., Chang, Y. Y., Lu, L., * & Chang, T. T.(2014).Unfolding of the self through the work and family roles playing. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies,41, 195-259. (TSSCI)(Supported by NSC100-2410-H-02-081-MY3) (in Chinese)
170. Lu, L., & Chang, Y. Y.(2014).An integrative model of work/family interface for Chinese employees. Career Development International, 19 (2), 162-182. (SSCI)(Supported by NSC100-2410-H-02-081-MY3)
169. Lu, L., Peng, S. Q., Lin, H. Y., & Cooper, C. L.(2014).Presenteeism and health over time among Chinese employees: The moderating role of self-efficacy. Work & Stress, 28 (2), 165-178. (SSCI)(Supported by the Service Science Society of Taiwan, and a joint grant from National Taiwan University and Peking University)
168. Lin, H. Y., Lu, L., & Lu, C. Q.(2014).The associations between interpersonal stress and work attitude, employees' health: Chinese coping strategies as moderators. International Journal of Commerce and Strategy,6 (1), 57-72. (in Chinese)
167. Chou, C. Y., & Lu, L.(2014).Exploring the attitude differentiation on e-Learning systems based on TAM: The strength of growth need as a moderator. Journal of Information Management,21 (1), 83-106.(TSSCI)
166. Wang, H. J., Lu, C. Q., & Lu, L.(2013).Do people with traditional values suffer more from job insecurity? The moderating effects of traditionality. European Journal of Work and Organizational Psychology , 23 (1), 107-117.(SSCI)
165. Chen, J. W., Chang, Y. Y., Kao, S. F., & Lu, L.(2013).Getting old is terrible? The process of optimal aging among Taiwanese older people. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 40, 87-140.(TSSCI) (Supported by NTU-CESRP-102R76181B) (in Chinese)
164. Lu, L.(2013).The dynamism of balancing work and family in a developing society: Evidence from Taiwan. Research in Applied Psychology,59, 49-79.(in Chinese)
163. Wu, H. P., Lu, L. *, Yang, H. W., & Lin, Q. H.(2013).The relationship between personal-system factors and self-initiated expatriates’ willingness to Mainland China: Family and organizational support as moderators. Research in Applied Psychology,59, 81-126.
162. Lu, L., Lin, H. Y., & Cooper, C. L.(2013).Unhealthy and present: Motives and consequences of the act of presenteeism among Taiwanese employees. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 18(4), 406-416. (SSCI).
161. Lu, L., Cooper, C. L., & Lin, H. Y. (2013). A cross-cultural examination of presenteeism and supervisory support. Career Development International, 18,(5),440-456.(SSCI).
160. Chen, J. W., Hsu, Y. C., Lu, L.,* & Wu, S. H. (2012). The career development of female managers: A resilience perspective. Journal of Education National Changhua University of Education, 22, 51-71.(Supported by NSC100-2420-H-002-081-MY3).
159. Chang, Y. Y., & Lu, L. *(2013) The moderating effects of self-efficacy in the family-to-work conflict process. Research in Applied Psychology, 57, 117-154.(Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3).
158. Lu, L., & Kao, S. F.(2013).The reciprocal relations of pressure, work/family interference, and role satisfaction: Evidence from a longitudinal study in Taiwan. Human Resource Management, 52(3),353-373.(SSCI)(Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3)
157. Lu, L.(2013) The dynamism of balancing work and family in a developing society: Evidence from Taiwan.In A.-S. G. Antoniou , C. L. Cooper (Eds.)., The psychology of the recession on the workplace(pp. 293-307). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.
156. Chen, J. W., & Lu, L.(2013).The associations among job insecurity, work attitudes, and work behaviors in the Greater China Region: Affective organizational commitment as a moderator. Organization and Management, 6, (1),59-92. (TSSCI)
155.  Chen, S. Y., & Lu, L.(2012). The avid adolescent reader revisited: Gender differences and their association with family factors. Reading Improvement, 49 (4) 153-167.
154. Chang, Y. Y., Lu, L. *, Lu, C. Q., & Chou, C. Y.(2013). The moderating effects of self-views in the relationships between leadership styles and subordinates’ work consequences. Vocational Education,2, 1-15.
153. Lu, L.(2012). Aging and quality of life in Taiwan. Journal of Alternative Medicine Research, 4(3),233-243.
152. Chang, T. T., Lu, L. *, & Pan, C. F. (2012).The Bi-directional enrichment of work and family: Antecedents, consequences, and interdependent self as a moderator.Chinese Journal of Psychology. 54, (4), 471-493.(TSSCI)
151. Lin, H. Y., Lu, L.*, Wu, P. Y., & Wu, W. Y. (2012).The dual influences of organizational support and work attitudes.Chinese Journal of Psychology. 54, (4), 451-469.(TSSCI)
150. Lu, L. (2012). Self-construals and work/family conflict: A monocultural analysis in Taiwan. International Journal of Stress Management,19,(4)251-271.
149. Lin, H. Y., & Lu, L. (2012).Group differences in work values: Evidence from a national sample in Taiwan. Taiwan Academy of Management Journal,12,(1)99-116.
148. Chen, T. F., Chen, H. M., & Lu, L. (2012).The influence of landscape perception and landscape preference on restaurant customer's behavior intension. Journal of Outdoor Recreation Study,25,(2)1-24. (TSSCI).
147. Lu, L. (2012).To be or not to be? Rethinking the Chinese bicultural selfs. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 37, 241-250.(TSSCI) (Supported by NSC100-2410-H-002-081-MY3).
146. Lu, L., Chang, T. T., & Chang, Y. Y. (2012). The meanings of work and family and their roles in coping with work and family conflict: Practicing the Chinese bicultural self. Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 37, 141-189.(TSSCI) (Supported by NSC100-2410-H-002-081-MY3).
145. Yang, L. Q., Spector, P. E., Sanchez, J. I., Allen, T. D., Poelmans, S., Cooper, C. L., Lapierre, L. M., O’Driscoll, M. P., Abarca, N., Alexandrova, M., Antoniou, A. S., Beham, B., Brough, P., Carikc, I., Ferreiro, P., Fraile, G., Geurts, S., Kinnunen, U., Lu, C. Q., Lu, L., Moreno-Velazquez, I. F., Pagon, M., Pitariu, H., Salamatov, V., Siu, O., L., Shima, S., Schulmeyer, M. K., Tillemann, K., Widerszal-Bazyl, M., & Woo, J. M. (2012).Individualism–collectivism as a moderator of the work demands–strains relationship: A cross-level and cross-national examination.Journal of International Business, 43,(4) 424-443. (SSCI)
144. Chen,J. W., Lu, L.* & Hsu, Y. Y.(2012). The associations among job demands, work resources and work attitudes: Conscientiousness and proactive personality traits as moderators.Journal of Human Resource Management,12(1), 23-49.
143. Lu, L.(2012). Attitudes towards aging and older people’s intentions to continue working: A Taiwanese study.Career Development International,17(1), 83-98.(SSCI).
142. Lu, L.(2011). The contemporary Chinese bi-cultural self and its double jeopardy.Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies,36, 155-168.(TSSCI) (in Chinese).
141. Chang, T. T., Lu, L., & Huang, M. Y. (2011). The relationship between workload and work behavior: proactive personality as a moderator.Taiwan Academy of Management Journal, 11(2), 177-195. (in Chinese).
140. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Hsieh, Y. H. (2011). Attitudes towards older people and mangers’ intention to hire older workers: a Taiwanese study.Educational Gerontology, 37, 835-853. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC97-2420-H-002-200-KF3)
139. Lu L. (2011). A Chinese longitudinal study on work/family enrichment.Career Development International, 16(4), 385-400.
138. Wu, H. P., & Lu L.(2011). The associations between employees’ international experiences, career development and their willingness to be relocated to the mainland China: Family factors as moderators.International Journal of Commerce and Strategy,3(3), 175-196. (in Chinese).
137. Lu, L., Chang, Y. Y., & Lai, S. Y. L. (2011). What differentiates success from strain: The moderating effects of self-efficacy.International Journal of Stress Management,18(4), 396-412.(SSCI) (Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3)
136. Lu, L. (2011). Supervisors’ leadership behaviors and subordinates’ performance: Moderating effects of the bicultural self.Advances in Psychology,1,51-61.Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3)
135. Du, C. L., Lin, M. C., Lu, L., & Tai, J. J. (2011). Correlation of occupational stress index with 24-hour urine cortisol and serum DHEA sulfate among city bus drivers: A cross-sectional study.Safety and Health at Work,2(2), 169-175.
134. Chueh, K. H., Yen, C. F., Lu, L., & Yang, M. S. (2011). Association between psychosomatic symptoms and work stress among Taiwan police officers.Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences, 27 144-149.(SCI)
133. Masuda, A. D., Poelmans, S., Allen, T. D., Spector, P. E., Lapierre, L. M., Cooper, C. L., Abarca, N., Brough, P., Ferreiro, P., Fraile, G., Lu, L. et al.(2012). Flexible work arrangements availability and their relationship with work-to-family conflict, job satisfaction and turnover intentions: A comparison of three country clusters. Applied Psychology: An International Review. 61(1), 1-29.(SSCI)
132. Chen, J. W., & Lu, L.*(2011). Will you have the job tomorrow? The differential effects of job insecurity on employees. Journal of Human Resource Management,11 (3),49-73.(Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3) (in Chinese)
131. Chang, T. T., Lu, L., * & Kuo, C. Y.(2012). Effects of work resources on work-to-family conflict and work outcomes. Organization and Management,5(2),101-135.(Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3)(TSSCI) (in Chinese)
130. Lin, H. Y., Lu, L.*, & She, S. K.(2011). Lack of fit between personal preferences and actual job characteristics, and its associations with work attitudes. Journal of Education (National Changhua University of Education),19,13-30.(in Chinese)
129. Chen, R. J., & Lu, L.(2011). Prescribing hormone replacement therapy: The role of occupational stress. Stress & Health,27,306-313.(SSCI)
128. Chang, Y. Y., & Lu, L.*. (2011). Sex differences in the relationships among work and family demands, resources, and work-family conflict.International Journal of Commerce and Strategy,3, 25-38. (in Chinese).
127. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Siu, O. L., & Lu, C. Q. (2011). Work stress, Chinese work values, and work well-being in the greater China. Journal of Social Psychology,151 (6),767-783.(SSCI) (Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3).
126. Kao, S. F., & Lu, L.*. (2011).Group differences in work stress and strains: A large sample analysis based on the theoretical model of OSI. NTU Management Review,22 (1), 239-272.(SSCI) (Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3).
125. Lu, L. (2011). Working hours and personal preference among Taiwanese employees. International Journal of Workplace Health Management,4(3),244-256. (Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3).
124. Lu, L. (2010). Attitudes towards older people and coworkers’ intention to work with older employees: A Taiwanese study. International Journal of Ageing & Human Development, 71, 305-322.(SSCI) (Supported by NSC97-2420-H-002-200-KF3).
123. Lu, L. (2010). Who is happy in Taiwan? The demographic classifications of the happy person. Psychologia, 53, 55-67. (SSCI) (Supported by MOE Grant No. 98R0064-26).
122. Wu, H. P., Lu, L.*, Ku, C. C., & Chang, Y. Y. (2010). The associations between transformational leadership behaviors and subordinates’ work stress and supervisor satisfaction. Chung Hua Journal of Management, 11, 1-30. (Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3) (in Chinese).
121. Lu, L., Cooper, C., Kao, S. F., Chang, T. T. et al., 2010, "Cross-cultural differences in work-to-family conflict and role satisfaction: A Taiwanese-British comparison.", Human Resource Management, 49, 67-85. (SSCI)
120.  Lu, L., 2010, "Employment among older workers and inequality of gender and education: Evidence from a Taiwanese national survey.", International Journal of Ageing & Human Development, 70, 145-162. (SSCI)
119. Wu. H. P., Lu, L. , Lin, S. C., & Liu, C. M., 2010, "Expatriates’ wives’ decision-making on whether to relocate overseas: A qualitative analysis", Research in Applied Psychology, 45, 203-242.

Chen, S. Y., & Lu, L., 2010, "After-school time use in Taiwan: Effects on educational achievement and well-being.", Adolescence, 44, 891-909. (SSCI)

117. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., & Hsieh, Y. H., 2010, "Positive attitudes towards older people and well-being among Chinese community older adults.", Journal of Applied Gerontology, 29(5), 622-639. (SSCI)

Chen, S. Y., & Lu, L., 2010, "Academic correlates of Taiwanese senior-high-school students’ happiness.", Adolescence , 44, 981-992. (SSCI).

115. Lu, L., & Kao, S. F., 2010, "Attitudes towards old people and their relation to career choices among Taiwanese university students.", Journal of Education and Psychology, 33, 33-54. (TSSCI)
114. Lu, L., Siu, O. L., & Lu, C. Q. 2010, "Does loyalty protect Chinese workers from stress? The role of affective organizational commitment in the Greater China region.", Stress & Health, 26, 161-168. (Supported by NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE). (SSCI)
113. Lu, L.2010, "Work stressors, Chinese coping strategies, and job performance in the Greater China.", International Journal of Psychology, 45, 294-302. (Supported by NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE). (SSCI)
112. Lu, L. (2011)."Effects of demographic variables, perceived spousal support, and gender role attitudes on Taiwanese women’s employability.", Journal of Career Development, 38,191-207. (SSCI)
111. Wu, H. P., Lu L. , & Wu, S. J. 2010, "High-performing employees’ profiles and competencies: A listed computer systems company in Taiwan.", Journal of Human Resource Management, 10(2), 1-26.
110. Lu, L., "Leisure experiences and depressive symptoms among Chinese older people : A national survey in Taiwan.", Educational Gerontology. (SSCI)
109. Lu, L. (2011). "Leisure and depression in midlife: A Taiwanese national survey of middle-aged adults.", Journal of Health Psychology, 16(1), 137-147 (SSCI)
108. Lu, L., 2009,“I or we”: Family socialization values in a national probability sample in Taiwan",Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 12, 95-100。 (SSCI)
107. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Chang, T. T., & Lee, Y. W., 2009, "Individual differences in coping with criticism of one’s physical appearance among Taiwanese students", International Journal of Psychology, 44, 274-281. (Supported by NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE). (SSCI)
106. Lu, L., & Kao, S. F., 2009, "Leisure participation and leisure satisfaction: Moderating effects of personality traits", Journal of Sport and Recreation Research, 3, 1-11. (Supported by NSC94-2420-H-001-008-B1 and NSC95-2752-H-008-002-PAE).
105. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Cooper, C. et al., 2009, "Work resources, work-to-family conflict, and its consequences: A Taiwanese-British cross-cultural comparison", International Journal of Stress Management, 16, 25-44. (Supported by NSC95-2752-H-008-002-PAE). (SSCI)
104. Lu, L., & Kao, S. F., 2009, "Attitudes towards old people in Taiwan: Scale development and preliminary evidence of reliability and validity", Journal of Education and Psychology, 32, 147-171. (Supported by NSC95-2420-H-008-001-KFS). (TSSCI)
103. Chang, K. C. & Lu, L., 2009, "The influence of occupation on stressors and work behaviour", International Journal of Human Resource Management, 20, 591-605. (SSCI)
102. Lu, L., & Kao, S. F., 2009, "Direct and indirect effects of personality traits on leisure satisfaction: Evidence from a national probability sample in Taiwan.", Social Behavior & Personality, 37, 191-192. (SSCI)
101. Lu, L., & Chen, S. Y. , 2009, "Internet use as a leisure activity for adults in Taiwan", Journal of Sport and Recreation Research, 3, 1-14.
100. Fu, Y. C., Lu, L., & Chen, S. Y. 2009, "Differentiating personal facilitators of leisure participation: Socio-demographics, personality traits, and the need for sociability.", Journal of Tourism and Leisure Studies, 15, 187-212. (TSSCI)
99. Lu, L., Hsieh, P. H., & Pan, C. F., 2009, "The perception of gender equality and its impact on work attitudes in Taiwan: Evidence from a national sample.", Journal of Management Practices and Principles, 3, 78-102., (Supported by NSC97-2410-H-002-201-MY3).
98. Chang, T. T., & Lu, L., 2009, "The effects of resource loss and resource gain on work-family conflict: The perspective of resource conservation", NTU Management Review, 20, 69-98. (Supported by NSC96-2752-H-002-019-PAE). (TSSCI)
97. Lu, L., Tsai, K. C., & Wu. H. P., 2009, "The dual influences of work stressors and leisure on work outcomes.", Journal of Sport and Recreation Research, 4, 151-165.
96. Chang, T. T., & Lu, L.*, 2009, "Work resources, family resources and work/family conflict: A regional comparison between Taiwanese and Mainland Chinese female employees.", Operating Management Reviews, Special issue, 57-72.
95. Lu, L., 2008, "Culture, self, and subjective well-being: Cultural psychological and social change perspectives", Psychologia, 51, 290-303. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2, NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE, NSC94-2752-H-008-002-PAE, NSC95-2752-H-008-002-PAE and NSC96-2752-H-002-019-PAE). (SSCI)
94. Kao, S. F., Lu, L., & Lu, C. Q., 2008, "Demands and resources in work/family domains, work/family conflict and their consequences: A regional comparison between Taiwanese and mainland Chinese.", Chinese Business Review-USA, 8, 39-47. (Supported by NSC96-2752-H-002-019-PAE).
93. Lu, L., 2008, "Scholar must write: How to publish in international journals", US-China Education Review, 5, 61-65. (Supported by NSC94-2413-H-008-003).
92. Lu, L., 2008, "The Chinese conception and experiences of subjective well-being", Discovery of Applied Psychology, 1, 19-30. (Supported by NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE and NSC94-2752-H-008-002-PAE).
91. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Chang, T. T., & Wu, H. P., 2008, "The individual- and social-oriented Chinese bicultural self: A sub-cultural analysis contrasting mainland Chinese and Taiwanese", Social Behavior & Personality, 36, 337-346. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC94-2752-H-008-002-PAE and NSC95-2752-H-008-002-PAE). (SSCI)
90. Lu, L., 2008, "The individual- and social-oriented Chinese bicultural self: Testing the theory", Journal of Social Psychology, 148, 347-374. (SSCI) (Supported by NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE and NSC94-2752-H-008-002-PAE). (SSCI)
89. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Chang, T. T., Wu, H. P., & Cooper, C. L., 2008, "Work/Family Demands, Work Flexibility, Work/Family Conflict, and Their Consequences at Work: A National Probability Sample in Taiwan", International Journal of Stress Management, 15, 1-21. (SSCI)
88. Lu, L. & Ung, K. C., 2007, "An exploratory study on psychological traditionality, modernity, advisor-student fit, their influences on quality of the relationship and students’ well-being", Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 27, 81-118. (TSSCI)
87. Chang, K. C. & Lu, L., 2007, "Characteristics of organizational culture, stressors and well-being: The case of Taiwanese organizations", Journal of Managerial Psychology, 22, 549-568.
86. Spector, P. E., Allen, T. D., Poelmans, S., Lapierre, L. M., Cooper, C. L., O’Driscoll, M., Sanchez, J. I., Abarca, N., Alexandrova, M., Beham, B., Brough, P., Ferreiro, P., Fraile, G., Lu, C. Q., Lu, L. et al., 2007, "Cross-national differences in relationships of work demands, job satisfaction and turnover intentions with work-family conflict.", Personnel Psychology, 60, 805-835.. (SSCI)
85. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R., 2007, "Developing a new measure of independent and interdependent views of the self.", Journal of Research in Personality, 41, 249-257. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2). (SSCI)
84. Chang, Y. Y. & Lu, L., 2007, "The impact of partner’s conflict management on one’s own satisfaction in a love relationship", Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 20, 155-178. (TSSCI)
83. Lu, L. & Chang, K. C., 2007, "The importance of collectivistic and individualistic traits to Taiwanese undergraduates and its relationship with self-enhancement", US-China Education Review, 4, 23-28. (Supported by NSC96-2752-H-002-019-PAE).
82. Lu, L., 2007, "The individual- and social-oriented self views: Conceptual analysis and empirical assessment", US-China Education Review, 4, 1-24. (Supported by NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE).
81. Lu, L., Gilmour, R., Kao, S. F., & Huang, M. T., 2006, "A Cross-Cultural Study of Work/Family Demands, Work/Family Conflict, and Well-Being: The Taiwanese vs. British.", Career Development International, 11, 9-27. (Supported by NSC92-2413-H-030-010-SSS).
80. Lu, L., 2006, "Cultural fit: Individual and societal discrepancies in values, beliefs and SWB.", Journal of Social Psychology, 146, 203-221. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2). (SSCI)
79. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R., 2006, "Individual-oriented and social-oriented cultural conceptions of subjective well being: Conceptual analysis and scale development.", Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 9,36-49(Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2).
78. Lu, L., 2006, "Postnatal adjustment of Chinese parents: A two-wave panel study in Taiwan.", International Journal of Psychology, 41, 371-384. (Supported by NSC89-2413-H-037-008). (SSCI)
77. Lu, L., Kao, S.F., & Chen, F.Y., 2006, "Psychological traditionality, modernity, filial piety and their influences on subjective well-being: A parent-child dyadic design.", Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 25, 243-278. (TSSCI)
76. Lu, L. & Yang, K.S., 2006, "The emergence and composition of the traditional-modern bicultural self of people in contemporary Taiwanese societies.", Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 9, 167-175. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2, NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE and NSC94-2752-H-008-002-PAE). (SSCI)
75. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L., 2006, "The relationship of conjugal congruence in psychological traditionality/modernity to marital adjustment", Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 25, 47-100.. (TSSCI)
74. Lu, L., 2006, "The transition to parenthood: Stress, resources and gender differences in a Chinese society", Journal of Community Psychology, 34, 471-488. (Supported by NSC91-2413-H-030-002-SSS). (SSCI)
73. Lu, L., Lee, H. M., & Shieh, T. Y., 2005, "Occupational stress, health and occupational burnout among dentists: A study of clinical dentists in Kaohsiung", Research in Applied Psychology, 27, 59-80.
72. Lu, L. & Hu, C.H., 2005, "Personality, leisure experiences and happiness.", Journal of Happiness Studies, 6, 325-342.
71. Lu, L., 2005, "In pursuit of happiness: The cultural psychological study of SWB.", Chinese Journal of Psychology, 47, 99-112. (TSSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2 and NSC93-2752-H-030-001-PAE). (TSSCI)
70. Lu, L. & Yang, K.S., 2005, "Individual- and social-oriented views of self-actualization: Conceptual analysis and preliminary empirical exploration.", Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 23, 3-69. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2). (TSSCI)
69. Huang, S.W. & Lu, L.*, 2005, "Leaving love behind: Decision-making process of the organ donation families", Research in Applied Psychology, 28, 163-196.
68. Lu, L., 2005, "Occupational health psychology: Challenges and practices.", Research in Applied Psychology, 27, 41-42.
67. Yang, K.S. & Lu, L., 2005, "Social - vs. Individual -oriented Self-actualizers: Conceptual Analysis and Empirical Assessment of Their Psychological Characteristics", Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 23, 71-143. (TSSCI) (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2). (TSSCI)
66. Lu, L., Hwang, M.T., & Kao, S.F., 2005, "The bi-directional conflict of work and family: Antecedents, consequences and moderators.", Research in Applied Psychology, 27, 133-166. (Supported by NSC92-2413-H-030-010-SSS).
65. Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Poelmans, S. Allen, T. D., O’Driscoll, M., Sanchez, J. I., Siu, O. L., Dewe, P., Hart, P., Lu, L. et al., 2004, "A cross-national comparative study of work/family stressors, working hours, and well-being: China and Latin America vs. the Anglo world.", Personnel Psychology, 57, 119-142. (SSCI)
64. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R., 2004, "Culture and conceptions of happiness: Individual oriented and social oriented SWB", Journal of Happiness Studies, 5, 269-291.
63. Lu, L. & Gilmour, R., 2004, "Culture, self and ways to achieve SWB: A cross-cultural analysis.", Journal of Psychology in Chinese Societies, 5, 269-291. (Supported by 89-H-FA01-2-4-2).
62. Lu, L., 2004, "Sex differences and conjugal interdependence on parenthood stress and adjustment: A dyadic longitudinal Chinese study.", Marriage and Family Review, 36,75-93. (Supported by NSC89-2413-H-037-008). (SSCI)
61. Lu, L. & Lin, Y.C., 2003, "Academic achievement and self-concept: Chinese and Japanese adolescents", Fu Jen Studies: Science and Engineering, 37,43-62.
60. Lu, L., 2003, "Defining the self-other relation: The emergence of a composite self.", Indigenous Psychological Research in Chinese Societies, 20,139-207. (TSSCI)
59. Lu, L., Cooper, C.L., Kao, S.F. & Zhou, Y., 2003, "Work stress, control beliefs and well-being in Greater China: An exploration of sub-cultural differences between the PRC and Taiwan", Journal of Managerial Psychology, 18,479-510.
58. Siu, O. L., Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Lu, L. & Yu, S. F., 2002, "Managerial stress in Greater China: The direct and moderator effects of coping strategies and work locus of control," Applied Psychology.", An International Review, 51, 608-632. (SSCI)
57. Lu, L. & Kao, S.F., 2002, "Traditional and modern characteristics across the generations: Similarities and discrepancies", Journal of Social Psychology, 142,45-59. (Supported by NSC88-2413-H-037-002), Pages 15. (SSCI)
56. Lu, L., 2002, "A preliminary study on the concept of health among the Chinese.", Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 15, 179-189.
55. Lu, L. & Chen, H.H., 2002, "An exploratory study on role adjustment and intergenerational relationships among the elderly in the changing Taiwan.", Research in Applied Psychology, 14,221-249.
54. Lu, L. & Hu, C.H., 2002, "Experiencing leisure: The case of Chinese university students.", Fu Jen Studies: Science and Engineering, 36,1-21.
53. Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Sanchez, J. I., O’Driscoll, M., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Buessing, A., Dewe, P., Hart, P., Lu, L. et al., 2002, "Locus of control and well-being at work: How generalizable are western findings?", Academy of Management Journal, 45, 453-466. (SSCI)
52. Lu, L. & Lin, K.C., 2002, "Work values and job adjustment of Taiwanese workers.", Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 10.79-87.
51. Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Buessing, A., Dewe, P., Lu, L. et al., 2001, "An International Study of the Psychometric Properties of the Hofstede Values Survey Module 1994: A Comparison of Individual and Country/Province Level Results.", Applied Psychology: An International Review, 50, 269-281. (SSCI)
50. Lu, L., Gilmour, R. & Kao, S.F., 2001, "Culture values and happiness: An East-West dialogue.", Journal of Social Psychology, 141,447-493. (SSCI)
49. Spector, P. E., Cooper, C. L., Sanchez, J. I., O’Driscoll, M., Sparks, K., Bernin, P., Buessing, A., Dewe, P., Hart, P., Lu, L. et al., 2001, "Do national levels of individualism and internal locus of control relate to well-being: An ecological level international study.", Journal of Organizational Behavior, 22, 815-832. (SSCI)
48. Kao, S.F. & Lu, L*., 2001, "The relationship between parental rearing attitudes and the perceived stress of JHSEE among junior high school students", Research in Applied Psychology,10,221-250.
47. Lu, L., Gilmour, R., Kao, S. F., Weng, T. H., Hu, C. H., Chern, J. G., Huang, S. W. & Shih, J. B., 2001, "Two ways to achieve happiness: When the East meets the West.", Personality and Individual Differences, 30, 1161-1174. (Supported by NSC88-2413-H-037-002). (SSCI)
46. Lu, L., 2001, "Understanding happiness: A look into the Chinese folk psychology", Journal of Happiness Studies, (2), 407-432. 
45. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Zhou, Y. & Siu, O. L., 2001, "Work stress, control beliefs, job satisfaction and well-being of employees in the Greater China.", Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 14, 55-87. (TSSCI)
44. Ju, L. S. & Lu, L., 2000, "An exploratory study of attitudes and behaviors of idolatry among fans of popular songs.", Research in Applied Psychology, 8, 171-208.
43. Lu, L., 2000, "Gender and conjugal differences in happiness.", Journal of Social Psychology, 140. 132-141. (Supported by NSC86-2413-H-037-004). (SSCI)
42. Lu, L., Kao, S. F., Cooper, C. L. & Spector, P. E., 2000, "Managerial stress, locus of control and job strain in Taiwan and UK: A comparative study.", International Journal of Stress Management, 7, 209-226. (SSCI)
41. Miller, K., Greyling, M., Cooper, C., Lu, L., Sparks, K. & Spector, P.E., 2000, "Occupational stress and gender: A cross-cultural study.", Stress Medicine, 16, 271-278. (SSCI)
40. Siu, O. L., Lu, L. & Cooper, C. L., 1999, "Managerial stress in Hong Kong and Taiwan: A comparative study.", Journal of Managerial Psychology, 14, 6-25.
39. Lu, L, Tseng, H. J., & Cooper, C. L., 1999, "Managerial stress, job satisfaction and health in Taiwan.", Stress Medicine, 15, 53-64. (SSCI)
38. Lu, L., Wu, H. L. & Cooper, C. L., 1999, "Perceived work stress and locus of control: A combined quantitative and qualitative approach.", Research and Practice in Human Resource Management, 7, 1-15.
37. Lu, L., 1999, "Personal and environmental causes of happiness: A longitudinal analysis.", Journal of Social Psychology, 139, 79-90, (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006 and NSC85-2413-H-037-002). (SSCI)
36. Lu, L., 1999, "Work motivation, job stress and employees’ well-being.", Journal of Applied Management Studies, 8, 61-72.
35. Lu, L. & Kao, S. F., 1999, "Group differences in work stress: Demographic, job and occupational factors.", Formosa Journal of Mental Health, 12, 23-66. (TSSCI)
34. Lin, C. C., Lu, L., Wang, J. S. & Lai, Y. H., 1998, "Developing and testing of a CAPD Self-efficacy Scale.", Nursing Research, 6, 315-326. (TSSCI)
33. Lu, L. & Chang, C. J., 1998, "Health and satisfaction among the elderly with chronic conditions: Demographic differentials.", Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences. 14, 139-149.
32.  Lu, L., 1998, "The meaning, measure, and correlates of happiness among Chinese people.", Proceedings of the National Science Council: Part C, 8, 115-137.
31.  Lu, L. & Lin, Y. Y., 1998, "Family roles and happiness in adulthood.", Personality and Individual Differences, 25, 195-207. (Supported by NSC86-2413-H-037-004). (SSCI)
30. Lu, L. & Wu, H. L., 1998, "Gender-role traits and depression: Self-esteem and control as mediators.", Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 11, 95-107.
29. Lu, L., Cooper, C. L., Chen, Y. C., Hsu, C. H., Wu, H. L., Shih, J. B. & Li, C. H., 1997, "Chinese version of the OSI: A validation study.", Work & Stress, 11, 79-86. (SSCI)
28. Lu, L. & Shih, J. B., 1997, "Personality and happiness: Is mental health a mediator?", Personality and Individual Differences, 22, 249-256. (Supported by NSC83-0301-H-037-008). (SSCI)
27. Lu, L., 1997, "Social support, reciprocity, and well-being.", Journal of Social Psychology, 137, 618-628., (Supported by NSC83-0301-H-037-008). (SSCI)
25. Lu, L. & Shih, J. B., 1997, "Sources of happiness: A qualitative approach.", Journal of Social Psychology, 137, 181-187. (SSCI)
26. Lu, L., 1997, "The process of work stress: A dialogue between theory and research", Chinese Journal of Mental Health, 10, 19-51. (TSSCI)
25. Lu, L. (1997, July). Personal and environmental correlates of happiness. Paper presented at The V European Congress of Psychology, Dublin, Ireland.
23. Lu, L. & Hsieh, Y. H., 1997, "Demographic variables, control, stress, support and health among the elderly.", Journal of Health Psychology, 2, 97-106., (Supported by DOH83-HP-47-5S01). (SSCI)
22. Lu, L., 1997, "Hassles, appraisals, coping and distress: A closer look at the stress process.", Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences, 13, 503-510.
21. Lu, L., Shiau, C. & Cooper, C. L., 1997, "Occupational stress in clinical nurses.", Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 10, 39-50.
20. Lu, L. & Chang, C. J., 1997, "Support, health and satisfaction among the elderly with chronic conditions in Taiwan.", Journal of Health Psychology, 2, 471-480. (SSCI)
19. Lu, L., 1996, "Coping consistency and emotional outcome: Intra-individual and inter-individual analyses.", Personality and Individual Differences, 21, 583-589. (SSCI)
18. Lu, L. & Chen, C. S., 1996, "Correlates of coping behaviours: Internal and external resources.", Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 9, 297-307. (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006).
17. Lu, L., 1995, "Stress, social support and depression among Taiwanese female homemakers.", Journal of Social Psychology. 135, 185-190. (SSCI)
16. Lu, L., 1995, "The relationship between subjective well-being and psychosocial variables in Taiwan.", Journal of Social Psychology. 135, 351-357, (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006). (SSCI)
15. Lu, L., Cooper, C. L., Chen, Y. C., Hsu, C. H., Li, C. H., Wu, H. L. & Shih, J. B., 1995, "Chinese version of the OSI: A study of reliability and factor structures.", Stress Medicine. 11, 149-155. (SSCI)
14. Lu, L., 1995, "Correlates of social support: Personal characteristics and social resources.", Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 8, 173-181. (Supported by NSC82-0301-H-037-006).
13. Lu, L., 1994, "University transition: major and minor life stressors, personality characteristics and mental health.", Psychological Medicine, 24, 81-87. (SSCI)
12. Lu, L. & Argyle, M, 1994, "Leisure satisfaction and happiness as a function of leisure activity.", Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences, 10, 89-96.
11. Lu, L., 1994, "Stressors, personality and mental health: A follow-up study.", Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences. 10, 492-496.
10. Lu, L., 1994, "The master in British social psychology.", Thought and Words: Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences, 32, 219-234.
9. Lu, L. & Argyle, M., 1993, "TV watching, soap opera and happiness.", Kaohsiung Journal of Medical Sciences, 9, 350-360.
8. Argyle, M. & Lu, L., 1992, "New directions in the psychology of leisure.", The New Psychologist, 1, 3-11.
7. Lu, L. & Argyle, M., 1992, "Receiving and giving social support: their effects on relationships and well-being.", Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 5, 123-134.
6. Lu, L., 1991, "Daily Hassles and Mental Health: A Longitudinal Study.", British Journal of Psychology, 82, 441-447. (SSCI)
5. Lu, L. & Argyle, M., 1991, "Happiness and Cooperation.", Personality and Individual Differences, 12, 1019-1030. (SSCI)
4. Lu, L., 1990, "Adaptation to British Universities: Homesickness and Mental Health of Chinese Students. ", Counseling Psychology Quarterly, 3, 225-232.
3. Argyle, M. & Lu, L., 1990, "Happiness and Social Skills.", Personality and Individual Differences, 11, 1255-1261. (SSCI)
2. Lu, L. & Cooper, C. L., 1990, "Stress of Job Relocation: Important Factors and Implication for Intervention.", Work and Stress, 4, 121-128. (SSCI)
1. Argyle, M. & Lu, L., 1990, "The Happiness of Extroverts.", Personality and Individual Differences, 11, 1011-1017. (SSCI)


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