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Total-Effect Test is Superfluous for Establishing Complementary Mediation Journal article
Statistica Sinica, 2020
Authors:  Yingkai Jiang;  Xinshu Zhao;  Lixing Zhu;  Jun S. Liu;  Ke Deng
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Complementary Mediation  Hypothesis Testing  Linear Model  Mediation Analysis  Total-effect Test  
The Prevalence of Sleep Disturbances and Sleep Quality in Older Chinese Adults: A Comprehensive Meta-Analysis Journal article
BEHAVIORAL SLEEP MEDICINE, 2019,Volume: 17,Issue: 6,Page: 683-697
Authors:  Li Lu;  Shi-Bin Wang;  Wenwang Rao;  Qinge Zhang;  Gabor S. Ungvari;  Chee H. Ng;  Changgui Kou;  Fu-Jun Jia;  Yu-Tao Xiang
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Psychosocial risk factors associated with falls among Chinese community-dwelling older adults in Hong Kong Journal article
Health and Social Care in the Community, 2019,Volume: 18,Issue: 3,Page: 272-281
Authors:  Leung,Angela;  Chi,Iris;  Lou,Vivian W.Q.;  Chan,Kin Sun
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Chinese  Falls  Living alone  Psychosocial factors  
The impact and cumulative effects of intimate partner abuse during pregnancy on health-related quality of life among Hong Kong Chinese women Journal article
Midwifery, 2019,Volume: 24,Issue: 1,Page: 22-37
Authors:  Lau,Ying;  Keung Wong,Daniel Fu;  Chan,Kin Sin
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Cumulative effect  Health-related quality of life  Hong Kong Chinese  Intimate partner abuse  
“We need them as much as they need us”: A systematic review of the qualitative evidence for possible mechanisms of effectiveness of animal-assisted intervention (AAI) Journal article
Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 2019,Volume: 41,Page: 203-207
Authors:  Shen,Ruth Z.Z.;  Xiong,Peng;  Chou,Un I.;  Hall,Brian J.
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Animal-assisted interventions  Effectiveness  Qualitative  Systematic review  
Factors Associated With Work Volition Among Aging Workers in Hong Kong Journal article
Journal of Career Development, 2019,Volume: 43,Issue: 2,Page: 160-176
Authors:  Cheung,Francis;  Wu,Anise M.S.;  Yeung,Dannii Y.
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Aging Worker  Work Volition  
The reliability and validity of the pain items of the Hong Kong version interRAI community health assessment for community-dwelling elders in Hong Kong Journal article
Journal of Clinical Nursing, 2019,Volume: 24,Issue: 15-16,Page: 2352-2354
Authors:  Liu,Justina Y.W.;  Chi,Iris;  Chan,Kin Sun;  Lai,Claudia K.Y.;  Leung,Angela Y.M.
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Community-dwelling elders  InterRAI  Pain  Psychometric properties  Reliability  Validity  
The Importance of Establishing Reliability and Validity of Assessment Instruments for Mental Health Problems: An Example from Somali Children and Adolescents Living in Three Refugee Camps in Ethiopia Journal article
Psychological Injury and Law, 2019,Volume: 7,Issue: 2,Page: 153-164
Authors:  Hall,Brian J.;  Puffer,Eve;  Murray,Laura K.;  Ismael,Abdulkadir;  Bass,Judith K.;  Sim,Amanda;  Bolton,Paul A.
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Adolescents  Assessment  Children  Ptsd  Refugees  Reliability  Validity  
Factor structure of the Spanish version of the patient health questionnaire-9 in Mexican women Journal article
International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research, 2019,Volume: 24,Issue: 1,Page: 74-82
Authors:  Familiar,Itziar;  Ortiz-Panozo,Eduardo;  Hall,Brian;  Vieitez,Isabel;  Romieu,Isabelle;  Lopez-Ridaura,Ruy;  Lajous,Martin
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Depression assessment  Factor structure  Mexico  Patient health questionnaire-9  Women  
“We need them as much as they need us”: A systematic review of the qualitative evidence for possible mechanisms of effectiveness of animal-assisted intervention (AAI) Journal article
Complementary Therapies in Medicine, 2019,Volume: 41,Page: 203-207
Authors:  Shen,Ruth Z.Z.;  Xiong,Peng;  Chou,Un I.;  Hall,Brian J.
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Animal-assisted Interventions  Effectiveness  Qualitative  Systematic Review