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Non-social features of smartphone use are most related to depression, anxiety and problematic smartphone use Journal article
Computers in Human Behavior, 2019,Volume: 69,Page: 75-82
Authors:  Elhai,Jon D.;  Levine,Jason C.;  Dvorak,Robert D.;  Hall,Brian J.
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Addictions  Anxiety  Depression  Information Technology  Internet Addiction  Mobile Phones  
Motives for online gaming questionnaire: Its psychometric properties and correlation with Internet gaming disorder symptoms among Chinese people Journal article
Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 2019,Volume: 6,Issue: 1,Page: 11-20
Authors:  Wu,Anise M.S.;  Lai,Mark H.C.;  Yu,Shu;  Lau,Joseph T.F.;  Lei,Man Wai
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Addiction  Bi-factor Modeling  Gaming  Internet  Motives  Scale Validation  
Relative risks of Internet-related addictions and mood disturbances among college students: a 7-country/region comparison Journal article
Public Health, 2018,Volume: 165,Page: 16-25
Authors:  Tang,C. S.K.;  Wu,A. M.S.;  Yan,E. C.W.;  Ko,J. H.C.;  Kwon,J. H.;  Yogo,M.;  Gan,Y. Q.;  Koh,Y. Y.W.
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Anxiety  Cross-country/region comparison  Depression  Internet-related addictions  Relative risk  
Relative risks of Internet-related addictions and mood disturbances among college students: a 7-country/region comparison Journal article
Public Health, 2018,Volume: 165,Page: 16-25
Authors:  Tang,C. S.K.;  Wu,A. M.S.;  Yan,E. C.W.;  Ko,J. H.C.;  Kwon,J. H.;  Yogo,M.;  Gan,Y. Q.;  Koh,Y. Y.W.
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Anxiety  Cross-country/region comparison  Depression  Internet-related addictions  Relative risk  
Relative risks of Internet-related addictions and mood disturbances among college students: a 7-country/region comparison Journal article
PUBLIC HEALTH, 2018,Volume: 165,Page: 16-25
Authors:  Tang, C. S. K.;  Wu, A. M. S.;  Yan, E. C. W.;  Ko, J. H. C.;  Kwon, J. H.;  Yogo, M.;  Gan, Y. Q.;  Koh, Y. Y. W.
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Cross-country/region Comparison  Internet-related Addictions  Depression  Anxiety  Relative Risk  
Relative risks of Internet-related addictions and mood disturbances among college students: a 7-country/region comparison Journal article
Public Health, 2018,Volume: 165,Page: 16-25
Authors:  Tang,C. S.K.;  Wu,A. M.S.;  Yan,E. C.W.;  Ko,J. H.C.;  Kwon,J. H.;  Yogo,M.;  Gan,Y. Q.;  Koh,Y. Y.W.
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Anxiety  Cross-country/region comparison  Depression  Internet-related addictions  Relative risk  
Relative risks of Internet-related addictions and mood disturbances among college students: a 7-country/region comparison Journal article
Public Health, 2018,Volume: 165,Page: 16-25
Authors:  Tang,C. S.K.;  Wu,A. M.S.;  Yan,E. C.W.;  Ko,J. H.C.;  Kwon,J. H.;  Yogo,M.;  Gan,Y. Q.;  Koh,Y. Y.W.
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Anxiety  Cross-country/region comparison  Depression  Internet-related addictions  Relative risk  
Relative risks of Internet-related addictions and mood disturbances among college students: a 7-country/region comparison Journal article
Public Health, 2018,Volume: 165,Page: 16-25
Authors:  Tang,C. S.K.;  Wu,A. M.S.;  Yan,E. C.W.;  Ko,J. H.C.;  Kwon,J. H.;  Yogo,M.;  Gan,Y. Q.;  Koh,Y. Y.W.
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Anxiety  Cross-country/region comparison  Depression  Internet-related addictions  Relative risk  
Prevalence and factors of self-corrective intention among Hong Kong secondary school students who are self-assessed Internet addiction cases Journal article
Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 2018,Volume: 23,Issue: 3,Page: 155-163
Authors:  Lau,Joseph T.F.;  Wu,Anise M.S.;  Cheng,Kit man;  Tse,Vincent W.S.;  Lau,Mason M.C.;  Yang,Xueying
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Adolescence  Behavioral Addictions  Health Belief Model  Intention  Internet  Prevalence  
Non-social features of smartphone use are most related to depression, anxiety and problematic smartphone use Journal article
COMPUTERS IN HUMAN BEHAVIOR, 2017,Volume: 69,Page: 75-82
Authors:  Elhai, Jon D.;  Levine, Jason C.;  Dvorak, Robert D.;  Hall, Brian J.
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Anxiety  Depression  Information technology  Mobile phones  Addictions  Internet addiction