National Taiwan Normal University
                Graduate Institute of International Human Resource Development

Prof. Chang, Wei-Wen

[Education / Experience]

[Professional Service]



 [Core Research]

More than Saying Hello: International Competence and  Intercultural Learning

Cambridge Certificate in EMI Skills


Major Research



Approaches for developing
intercultural competence:
An extended learning model with implications from cultural neuroscience.
 Human Resource Development Review, 16(2), 158-175.

Personal socio-cultural preferences modulate neural correlates of
decisions to socialize with powerful persons.
 Human Brain Mapping, 43(14), 4422-4432

Exploring the unknown: International service
and individual transformation.

Adult Education Quarterly,
 62(3), 230-251

Schema adjustment in cross-cultural encounters: A study of expatriate international aid service workers.
International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 33
(1), 57-68

Cultural competence of international
humanitarian workers.
Adult Education Quarterly,
 57(3), 187-204.

A social condition-enhancednetwork for recognizing power distance using expressive prosody and intrinsic brain connectivity. IEEE Transactions on Multimedia, 24, 2046-2057.


Expatriate training in international non-governmental organizations: A model for research. Human Resource Development Review, 4(4), 440-461