Cecilia Cheng
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Internet addiction prevalence and quality of (real) life: A meta-analysis of 31 nations across seven world regions
C Cheng, AY Li
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 17 (12), 755-760, 2014
Coping flexibility and psychological adjustment to stressful life changes: a meta-analytic review.
C Cheng, HPB Lau, MPS Chan
Psychological bulletin 140 (6), 1582, 2014
Assessing coping flexibility in real-life and laboratory settings: a multimethod approach.
C Cheng
Journal of personality and social psychology 80 (5), 814, 2001
The association between internet addiction and psychiatric co-morbidity: a meta-analysis
RC Ho, MWB Zhang, TY Tsang, AH Toh, F Pan, Y Lu, C Cheng, PS Yip, ...
BMC psychiatry 14, 1-10, 2014
Epidemiology of internet behaviors and addiction among adolescents in six Asian countries
KK Mak, CM Lai, H Watanabe, DI Kim, N Bahar, M Ramos, KS Young, ...
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (11), 720-728, 2014
Cultural meaning of perceived control: a meta-analysis of locus of control and psychological symptoms across 18 cultural regions.
C Cheng, SF Cheung, JH Chio, MS Chan
Psychological bulletin 139 (1), 152, 2013
Cognitive and motivational processes underlying coping flexibility: a dual-process model.
C Cheng
Journal of personality and social psychology 84 (2), 425, 2003
Coping strategies, illness perception, anxiety and depression of patients with idiopathic constipation: a population‐based study
C Cheng, AOO Chan, WM Hui, SK Lam
Alimentary pharmacology & therapeutics 18 (3), 319-326, 2003
Prevalence of social media addiction across 32 nations: Meta-analysis with subgroup analysis of classification schemes and cultural values
C Cheng, Y Lau, L Chan, JW Luk
Addictive behaviors 117, 106845, 2021
Cognitive processes underlying coping flexibility: Differentiation and integration
C Cheng, MWL Cheung
Journal of personality 73 (4), 859-886, 2005
Vagal activity is quadratically related to prosocial traits, prosocial emotions, and observer perceptions of prosociality.
A Kogan, C Oveis, EW Carr, J Gruber, IB Mauss, A Shallcross, EA Impett, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 107 (6), 1051, 2014
The mediating role of Internet addiction in depression, social anxiety, and psychosocial well-being among adolescents in six Asian countries: a structural equation modelling íK
CM Lai, KK Mak, H Watanabe, J Jeong, D Kim, N Bahar, M Ramos, ...
Public health 129 (9), 1224-1236, 2015
Scales for measuring user engagement with social network sites: A systematic review of psychometric properties
L Sigerson, C Cheng
Computers in Human Behavior 83, 87-105, 2018
The prevalence and correlates of severe social withdrawal (hikikomori) in Hong Kong: A cross-sectional telephone-based survey study
PWC Wong, TMH Li, M Chan, YW Law, M Chau, C Cheng, KW Fu, ...
International Journal of Social Psychiatry 61 (4), 330-342, 2015
Understanding well-being and optimal functioning: Applying the multilevel personality in context (MPIC) model
KM Sheldon, C Cheng, J Hilpert
Psychological Inquiry 22 (1), 1-16, 2011
Multinational comparison of internet gaming disorder and psychosocial problems versus well-being: Meta-analysis of 20 countries
C Cheng, MWL Cheung, H Wang
Computers in Human Behavior 88, 153-167, 2018
Psychological responses to outbreak of severe acute respiratory syndrome: a prospective, multiple time‐point study
C Cheng, MWL Cheung
Journal of personality 73 (1), 261-285, 2005
Role of perceived social support on depression in Chinese adolescents: A prospective study examining the buffering model
C Cheng
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 27 (9), 800-820, 1997
Population based study of noncardiac chest pain in southern Chinese: prevalence, psychosocial factors and health care utilization
WM Wong, KF Lam, C Cheng, WM Hui, HHX Xia, KC Lai, WHC Hu, ...
World Journal of Gastroenterology 10 (5), 707, 2004
Dialectical thinking and coping flexibility: A multimethod approach
C Cheng
Journal of Personality 77 (2), 471-494, 2009
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