Academic Profile

Assoc Prof Ho Moon-ho is a faculty member in School of Humanities and Social Sciences since 2005. He received his Bachelor degree in Psychology from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Master in Statistics and PhD in Quantitative Psychology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He worked at McGill University (Canada) as Assistant Professor before he joined NTU. His research interests include high-dimensional data analysis methods, longitudinal data analytic method, multilevel modeling, psychometrics and structural equation modeling. He has published over 30 papers in psychology and statistics journals.
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Assoc Prof Ho Moon-Ho Ringo
Associate Chair (Faculty), School of Social Sciences
Associate Professor, School of Social Sciences
Deputy Director, Ageing Research Institute for Society and Education (ARISE)

Assoc Prof Ho Moon-ho's research interests are concerned with the development and application of quantitative methods, in particular, multilevel modeling, resampling methods, structural equation modeling, and time-series analysis in the neural and behavioral sciences. His current research work focuses on neuroinformatics research, in particular, the theoretical development and applications of multivariate time series analysis method for extracting meaningful information from complex brain imaging data.
  • Developing, evaluating and changing behaviours: strengthening the evidence for the use of conversational agents in health care

  • Measuring Employability & Life-long Learning Mindsets needed for Careers in the 21st Century

  • Skillsets Mapping for Future-Ready Seniors: Comparative Investigations within Precision Engineering Sector

  • Skillsets Mapping for Future-Ready Seniors: Comparative Investigations within Retail Sector

  • Skillsets Mapping for Future-Ready Seniors: Comparative Investigations within the Food Services Sector

  • Training Children's Strategic Reasoning
  • Chan, K-Y., Ho, M-H., R., & Ramaya, R.(2019). A “T-shaped” metaphor for holistic development: Entrepreneurial, Professional and Leadership (EPL) efficacies predict self-perceived employability. Entrepreneurship–Professionalism–Leadership: A multidimensional framework for human capital and career development in the 21st centurySpringer.

  • Ho, M. H. R., Uy, M. A., Kang, N. Y. K., & Chan, K. Y. (2018). Impact of entrepreneurship training on entrepreneurial efficacy and alertness among adolescent youth. Frontiers in Education, , doi: 10.3389/feduc.2018.00013.

  • Chan, K. Y., Ho, M. H. R., Kennedy, J. C., Uy, M. A., Kang, N. Y. K., Chernyshenko, O. S., & Yu, K. Y. T. (2017). Who Wants to Be an Intrapreneur? Relations between Employees’ Entrepreneurial, Professional, and Leadership Career Motivations and Intrapreneurial Motivation in Organizations. Frontiers in Psychology, 8(2041), 2041-1-11.

  • Chernyshenko, O.,, Chan, K-Y., Ho, R. M-H., Uy, M., & Sam Y-L.(2017). Entrepreneurial, Professional, and Leadership Career Aspiration Survey: Toward Holistic Career Development of University Students in the 21st Century. Building Better Students: Preparation for the WorkforceOxford university press.

  • Ramsay, J. E., Pang, J. S., Ho, M. R., & Chan, K. Y. (2017). Need for Power Predicts Career Intent in University Students. Journal of Career Assessment, .