Prof. CHEN Hui Fang (陳慧芳)

Visiting address
Phone: +852 34422972

Author IDs

Willing to take PhD students: yes


Dr. Hui-Fang Chen is currently an Associate Professor in the City University of Hong Kong. She obtained a PhD degree from Quantitative Research Methods from the University of Denver and a Master's degree from Department of Psychology in the National Chung Cheng University with a Certificate of Elementary School Teacher from the Education Bureau in Taiwan. Her research mainly focuses on survey design and response behaviors in survey questionnaires as well as child development. Her research work includes psychometrics, Rasch analysis, item response theory and applied measurement in education, psychology and medicine. 

Research Interests/Areas

Psychometrics, item response theory, latent growth modeling, multilevel analysis, applied measurement, and psychological functioning and adjustment.


Award and Achievement

  • 2009 “Miller scholarship for doctoral dissertation” University of Denver.
  • 2008 “Miller Scholarship” University of Denver.
  • 2008 “Graduate’s Dean Scholarship” University of Denver.
  • 2007 “Miller Research and Travel Support Fund” University of Denver.
  • 2006 “College of Education Student Association (COESA) Graduate Student Funding” University of Denver.
  • 2005 “Inno School Teaching and Curriculum Involvement of Nationwide School Management Creativity Award” Education Bureau, Taiwan.

Services outside CityU

Public Service

  • 2010 - present, Abstract Reviewer, American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting. 
  • 2020 - Now, Journal reviewer, Journal of Child and Family Studies
  • 2016 - Now, Journal reviewer, Journal of Applied Psychological Measurement.
  • 2016 - Now, Journal reviewer, Journal of Educational Measurement.
  • 2015 - 2016, Journal reviewer, European Journal of Psychological Assessment.
  • 2015 - 2016, Journal reviewer, Thinking Skills and Creativity .
  • 2013, Journal Reviewer, Educational Psychology.
  • 2013, Session Chair, The 78th Annual Meeting of the Psychometric Society.
  • 2012, Editorial Board, Journal of Taiwan Occupational Therapy Research and Practice.