研究興趣與專長：為華人自主社會科學之倡導者，致力於結合東、西文化，以科學哲學作為基礎，發展本土社會心理學。學術專著有《知識與行動：中華文化傳統的社會心理詮釋》、《社會科學的理路》、《儒家關係主義：哲學反思、理論建構與實徵研究》、《內聖與外王：儒家思想的完成與開展》、《盡己與天良：破解韋伯的迷陣》、《Foundations of Chinese Psychology》《Culture-Inclusive Theories : An Epistemological Strategy》以及中英文學術論文一百餘篇，曾獲得國科會傑出研究獎三次、優良研究獎十餘次、教育部國家講座兩次。
Hwang Kwang-Kuo is the founder of Research Center for Cultural China. He retired from National Taiwan University, and is currently National Chair Professor, awarded by the Ministry of Education, Republic of China. Professor Hwang has endeavored to promote the indigenization movement of social sciences in Chinese society since 1980s. He has published more than 150 articles on related issues in addition to eight books including Foundations of Chinese Psychology: Confucian Social Relations and Culture-inclusive theories: An Epistemological Strategy. He is past president of Asian Association of Indigenous and Cultural Psychology (2010-2014), and Asian Association of Social Psychology (2003–2005).
James Hou-fu Liu 劉豁夫教授
James Hou-fu Liu is Professor of Psychology at Massey University in New Zealand. He was Head of its School of Psychology from 2015-2017. Prior to this, he taught at Victoria University of Wellington for twenty years, becoming Professor and Co-Director of its Centre for Applied Cross-Cultural Research. Author of more than 200 publications, his work is in social, cross-cultural, and political psychology, with a specialization in social representations of history and identity politics. More recently he has working on trust and digital influence (e.g. social media). As a keen Past-President of the Asian Association of Social Psychology (http://asiansocialpsych.org), he combines an interest in Chinese philosophy with critical realism, and employs relational ethics to make his research more meaningful and applied. He is currently working on promoting cross-cultural scholarship on cosmopolitanism and global consciousness in concert with developing an indigenous Confucian Psychology. In life, he is a “Chinese-American-New Zealander”: born in Taiwan, grew up in the United States, and works in New Zealand. He completed a BSc in computer science at University of Illinois in 1984, worked at Hughes Aircraft Company in Los Angeles, before finishing a PhD in social and cognitive psychology at UCLA in 1992.