Timothy Sim
Timothy Sim
Department of Applied Social Sciences, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Verified email at polyu.edu.hk - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Pathological video game use among youths: a two-year longitudinal study
DA Gentile, H Choo, A Liau, T Sim, D Li, D Fung, A Khoo
Pediatrics 127 (2), e319-e329, 2011
8762011
Pathological video-gaming among Singaporean youth
H Choo, D Gentile, T Sim, DD Li, A Khoo, A Liau
1952010
A conceptual review of research on the pathological use of computers, video games, and the Internet
T Sim, DA Gentile, F Bricolo, G Serpelloni, F Gulamoydeen
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 10 (5), 748-769, 2012
1342012
Parental influences on pathological symptoms of video-gaming among children and adolescents: A prospective study
H Choo, T Sim, AKF Liau, DA Gentile, A Khoo
Journal of Child and Family Studies 24 (5), 1429-1441, 2015
552015
Impulsivity, self-regulation, and pathological video gaming among youth: Testing a mediation model
AK Liau, EC Neo, DA Gentile, H Choo, T Sim, D Li, A Khoo
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 27 (2), NP2188-NP2196, 2015
342015
Family therapy in the Forbidden City: A review of Chinese journals from 1978 to 2006
T Sim, C Hu
Family Process 48 (4), 559-583, 2009
302009
Pathological video-gaming among youth: a prospective study examining dynamic protective factors
AK Liau, H Choo, D Li, DA Gentile, T Sim, A Khoo
Addiction Research & Theory 23 (4), 301-308, 2015
292015
The New York statement on the evolving definition of practice research designed for continuing dialogue: A bulletin from the 3rd International Conference on Practice Research …
I Epstein, M Fisher, I Julkunen, L Uggerhoj, MJ Austin, T Sim
Research on Social Work Practice 25 (6), 711-714, 2015
262015
Up close: Family therapy challenges and innovations around the world
J Roberts, K Abu‐Baker, C Diez Fernández, N Chong Garcia, G Fredman, ...
Family process 53 (3), 544-576, 2014
252014
Crossing the river stone by stone: Developing an expanded school mental health network in post-quake Sichuan
T Sim
China Journal of Social Work 2 (3), 165-177, 2009
202009
Structural family therapy in adolescent drug abuse: A Hong Kong Chinese family
T Sim
Clinical Case Studies 6 (1), 79-99, 2007
142007
Development of counselling service in Singapore
T Sim
Asian Journal of Counselling 6 (2), 49-75, 1999
141999
Rising to the occasion: Disaster social work in China
T Sim, A Yuen-Tsang Woon Ki, CH Quen, QH Dong
International social work 56 (4), 544-562, 2013
122013
Black cat, white cat: a pragmatic and collaborative approach to evidence‐based social work in China
T Sim, GT Ng
China Journal of Social Work 1 (1), 50-62, 2008
122008
An integrated method combining remote sensing data and local knowledge for the large-scale estimation of seismic loss risks to buildings in the context of rapid socioeconomic …
G Su, W Qi, S Zhang, T Sim, X Liu, R Sun, L Sun, Y Jin
Remote Sensing 7 (3), 2543-2601, 2015
102015
Mapping changing territories: Developing an expanded school mental health network in a post-earthquake Chinese context
T Sim
Journal of social work 11 (3), 326-330, 2011
102011
Familiar yet strange: Involving family members in adolescent drug rehabilitation in a Chinese context
T Sim
Journal of Systemic Therapies 24 (2), 90-103, 2005
102005
The growing pains of family therapy in Singapore
T Sim
Journal of family therapy 34 (2), 204-224, 2012
82012
The emergence of social work practice research in the Peoples’ Republic of China: A literature review
T Sim, VCY Lau
Research on Social Work Practice 27 (1), 8-18, 2017
72017
Post-disaster school relocation: A case study of Chinese students’ adjustment after the Wenchuan earthquake
GT Ng, T Sim
International social work 58 (1), 7-22, 2015
62015
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