Assistant Professor,Department of Applied English, Shu-Zen College of Medicine and Management,Taiwan.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Gender Differences in Multiple Intelligences, Learning Behavior and English Performance: A Case Study in Taiwan

The study aims to investigate whether there are some significant differences between males and females in multiple intelligences (MI), learning behavior, and English performance.

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The Effects of Scaffloding on EFL Students’ Reading Comprehension

The study aims to analyze the impacts of Scaffloding on EFL students' reading behaviors and reading comprehension.

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The Impacts of Teachers’ Beliefs on Students’ Anxiety about Foreign Language Learning: The East and the West

The study is an attempt to explore the impacts of teacher's beliefs on student's anxiety about foreign language learning.

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The Relationship between Critical Thinking and English Reading Achievement in Taiwanese EFL Students

The study aims to discover the relationships between critical thinking and EFL students’ English reading achievement.

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Bridging the Gap of Asian EFL Teachers’ and Students’ Beliefs about Foreign Language Learning: A Case Study in Taiwan

The study aims to explore what Asian teachers and students think about foreign language learning and the impact of the gap on students' anxiety.

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A Study of Gender and Major on Taiwanese EFLs’ Critical Thinking and Reading Comprehension

The study aims to discover the types of learning strategies that English learners possess at a medical junior college in Taiwan.

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How College Students’ Motivation Is Related to Their English Performance on Three Taiwanese Popular Tests

The study aims to explore how college students' motivation related to their English performances on three popular tests in Taiwan.

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A Comparison of English Learning Motivation between Nursing Students and Non-nursing Students: A Case Study in Taiwan

The case study of 2235 medical students compares Taiwanese EFL nursing students’ English learning motivation with that of their peers and the effects on their English performance.

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An Analysis of Taiwanese College Students’ Part-time Job Experiences, Career Orientations, and English Learning

This study analyzes the relationship among Taiwanese college students’ part-time job experiences, their career orientations, and their English learning.

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Published online: June 19, 2014

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Learning Styles, Strategy Use, and English Performance: A Case Study of Taiwanese EFL College Students

Is there any linkage between learning styles and strategy use? A case study of 121 Taiwanese EFL college students intended to provide the answer.

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Published online: June 19, 2014

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