Chuyên gia tư vấn

Assoc. Prof. Ph.D Nguyen Minh Duc

Lĩnh vực nghiên cứu : Children and adolescents psychology

Nơi công tác : School of Educational Management

Research work:
- Family Life Education, Vietnam Academy of Educational Sciences, published in 1990.
- Helping children succeed in first grade, Youth Publishing House - School of Administration and Education, 1993.
- Situation of Vietnamese family culture, with Le Minh, Labor Publishing House, Hanoi, 1994
- Situations in family life, with Le Minh, Labor Publishing House, Hanoi, 1994
- The art of understanding the psychology of others, with Nguyen Cong Khanh, Youth Publishing House, Hanoi, 2009
- Child psycho-clinical record of a family moving from rural to city, Etudes vietnamienne, No 3 (113), 1994, p. 48-53.
- Case Study of Little Thuy: Symptoms and facts, co-authored with Frédérique Berger, Etudes vietnamienne, No 3 (137), 2000, p. 96-104.
- Maternal-child attachment and psychotherapy for mother-child, Scientific report in French, presented at the Conference of the French Cultural Center at the French Embassy, ​​Hanoi, 4/2012.
- Clinical case study experience in psychology, Journal of Educational Management, No. 60, May 2014.
- Psychological research on the case of an early literate boy aged 3, Journal of Social Psychology, No. 3 (March 2015).
- From analyzing family paintings of preschool children to the orientation of personality development for children, Journal of Educational Management, Special issue, April 2015 - International Workshop “Developing learners' capacity in current context”.
- Interventions for children with autism spectrum disorders at home by vertical observation method of Esther Bick - Results of a case study, Proceedings of Conference on Applied Psychology in Autism Spectrum Disorder Interventions (pp. 335-343), 2017.
- Nearly 30 years of clinical practice by french school at the Center of Child Psychological Studies in Vietnam, Proceedings of the International Conference: “French - Vietnamese Cultural Exchange: Achievements and Prospects” (pp 121-128).