國立臺北教育大學 - 幼兒與家庭教育學系
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* 林宜靜 專任助理教授

 

 

林宜靜 專任助理教授  
林宜靜 專任助理教授
最高學歷:

Indiana University-Bloomington, IN, USA
人類發展與家庭研究 哲學博士
幼兒教育  碩士

學術專長: 幼兒發展、家庭關係、幼兒與兒童健康行為
研究室分機: 02-2732-1104 # 55730
E-mail: ylin11@tea.ntue.edu.tw
 
*【曾獲獎勵之研究成果】

 1.科技部計畫主持人

           計畫名稱: 學前運動行為與健康促進之介入方案:家長支持與幼兒園體能課程影響之長期效應探討                                                  (計畫編號1057-2410-H-152-019-MY2)
               執行期間: 2018/08/01~2020/07/31

 2. 科技部計畫主持人
               計畫名稱家長對孩童運動行為支持與促進介入方案智慧行動應用程式(App)運用之發展、實施與評量
                            (計畫編號
105-2410-H-002-160 )
               執行期間: 2016/08/01~2017/07/31

 3. 科技部計畫指導 (大專學生研究計畫)
               計畫名稱自閉症兒童進行視力檢查之經驗與成效
               執行期間: 2016/07/01~2017/02/28
 

      4.  科技部計畫主持人
                計畫名稱家長對學童運動行為支持量表:台灣中文版量表(ACTS-TW)之發展與初步檢測
                             (計畫編號: 104-2410-H-002-147)
               
執行期間: 2015/08/01~2016/07/31
 

*【著作】
期刊論文
  1. Lin, Y. C., Yao, K. P. G., Chen, D. R., Wang, C. C. (2018, Accepted). Parental support found in promoting children’s physical activity in Taiwan. Journal of Child and Family Studies. (SSCI)
  2. Lin, Y. C., Fung, X. C. C., Tsai, M. C., Strong, C., Hsieh, Y. P., Lin, C. Y. (2018, Accepted). Children’s insufficient physical activity and overweight: Does parental screen-viewing matter? Journal of Child and Family Studies. (SSCI)
  3. Wang, Y. C., Guerola, M., Lin, Y. C., Hsieh, Y. P., Strong, C., Tsai, M. C., Lin, C. Y. (2018, Accepted). Effects of Childhood Adversity and Resilience on Taiwanese Youth Health Behaviors. Pediatrics & Neonatology. (SCI)
  4. Pakpour, A. H., Chen, C. Y., Lin, C. Y., Strong, C., Tai, M. C., Lin, Y. C. (2018, Accepted). The relationship between children’s overweight and quality of life: A comparison of Sizing Me Up, PedsQL and Kid-KINDL. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology. (SSCI)
  5. Lin, Y.-C., Strong, C., Tsai, M.-C., Lin, C.-Y., & Fung, X. C. C. (2017, In Press). Validating Sizing Them Up, a parent-proxy weight-related quality-of-life measure, with community-based children. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology. (SSCI)
  6. Lin, Y. C.,& Lin, C.-Y. (2017, In Press). Minor symptoms talk: How children react to encountered bullying. Child Indicators Research. (SSCI)
  7. Lin, Y.-C., Latner, J. D., Fung, X. C. C., & Lin, C.-Y. (2017, In Press). Poor health and experiences of being bullied in adolescents: Self-perceived overweight and frustration with appearance matter. Obesity (SCI)
  8. Lin, Y.-C., & Seo, D. C. (2017; In Press). Cumulative Family Risks Across Income Levels Predict Deterioration of Children's General Health During Childhood and Adolescence. PLoS One. (SCI)
  9. Strong, C., Lin Y. C., Tsai, M. C., & Lin, C. Y.* (2016). Factor Structure of Sizing Me Up, a Self-Reported Weight-Related Quality of Life Instrument, in Community Children across Weight Status. Childhood Obesity,13(2),111-119. (SCI)
  10. Lee, C. T., Lin, C. Y.*, Tsai, M. C.*, Strong, C., & Lin Y. C. (2016). Psychometric evaluation and wording effects on the Chinese version of the parent-proxy Kid-KINDL. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 14, 123-133. (SSCI)
  11. Chen, D. R*., & Lin, Y. C. (2016). Social Identity, Perceived Urban Neighborhood Quality, and Physical Inactivity: A Comparison Study of China, South Korea and Taiwan. Health and Place, 41, 1-10. (SSCI)
  12. Lin, Y. C., J. C. L., Wu, S. T., Chiou & T. L., Chiang*. (2015). Healthy Living Practices in Families and Child Health in Taiwan. International Journal of Public Health, 60(6), 691-698. (SSCI)
  13. Lin, Y. C.,* & Billingham, R. (2014). The relationship between parenting styles and gender role identity in college students. Psychological Reports, 114(1), 1-22. (SSCI).
研討會論文
  1. Lin, Y. C. (2016, Oct). Regulation Does Matter: When Parents Promote Physical Activity for Children in Taiwan. 2016 APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition. Denver, Colorado, USA.
  2. Lin, Y. C., Li, Y. F., Chiou, S. T., & Chiang, T-L. (2016, Aug). Healthy Living Practices in Families and Child Health in Taiwan: 5 Years follow-Up Study. 6th Asia Pacific Conference on Public Health. Bangkok, Thailand.
  3. Lin, Y. C., & Chen, D. R. (2016, Aug). Screen Time, Physical Activity, and Overweight for Children: Do Parental Modeling and Restriction Matter? 6th Asia Pacific Conference on Public Health. Bangkok, Thailand.
  4. Lin, Y. C. (2015, Oct). When the more is not the better: The impact of Cumulative Familial and Maternal Risks on Child Health. Presented at APHA Annual Meeting and Exposition. Chicago, IL.
  5. Lin, Y. C., Wu, J. C. L., Chiang, T. L. & Chiou, S. T. (2015, Apr). Breaking the Cycle: Poverty and Poor Health Might No Longer Be Intertwined. Presented at Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference, San Diego, CA.
  6. Wang, C. C. & Lin, Y. C. (2015, Apr). The impact of Cumulative Familial Risks on Children’s Health and behavioral problems. Presented at Art & Science of Health Promotion Conference, San Diego, CA.
  7. Lin, Y. C. (2013, Dec). How do parenting styles affect children’s gender role identity? Presented at Social and Health Workshop. National Taiwan University. Taipei, Taiwan.
  8. Lin, Y. C. (2011, Oct). Power in intimate relationships and domestic violence. Presented at American Public Health Association (APHA), Washington, D. C.
  9. Lin, Y. C. (2011, April). Women’s health in intimate partner violence. Presented at the International Conference on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Stalking, Chicago, IL.
  10. Lin, Y. C. (2009, November). Applying the Transtheoretical Model (TTM) to Intimate Partner Violence (IPV): Stages and Processes of Change and Interventions. Presented at the Annual National conference on Health and Domestic Violence, New Orleans, LA.
 
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