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Exploring the Association Between Work–Family Conflict and Job Involvement Journal article
International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology, 2020,Volume: 64,Issue: 8,Page: 791-817
Authors:  Liu,Jianhong;  Lambert,Eric G.;  Kelley,Thomas;  Zhang,Jinwu;  Jiang,Shanhe
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China  Chinese prison staff  job involvement  work–family conflict  
Emotional Intelligence and Cognitive Flexibility in the Relationship Between Parenting and Subjective Well-Being Journal article
Journal of Adult Development, 2020
Authors:  Chih‑Wen Wu;  Wei‑Wen Chen;  Chun‑Hui Jen
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Authoritarian Parenting  Authoritative Parenting  Cognitive Flexibility  Emotional Intelligence  Subjective Well-being  
Cultural essentialism and tailored hotel service for Chinese: the moderating role of satisfaction Journal article
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2019,Volume: 31,Issue: 9,Page: 3610-3626
Authors:  Lawrence Hoc Nang Fong;  Hongwei He;  Melody Manchi Chao;  Galli Leandro;  David King
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Culture  Culture  Hotel  Hospitality  Lay Theories  Implicit Theories  
Co-creation experience and place attachment: Festival evaluation Journal article
International Journal of Hospitality Management, 2019,Volume: 81,Page: 193-204
Authors:  Zhang,Carol Xiaoyue;  Fong,Lawrence Hoc Nang;  Li,Shi Na
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Co-creation  Cultural Festival  Customer-to-customer Logic  Place Attachment  Satisfaction  
Towards explaining relationship dissatisfaction in Chinese dating couples: Relationship disillusionment, emergent distress, or insecure attachment style? Journal article
Personality and Individual Differences, 2019,Volume: 112,Page: 42-48
Authors:  Liu,Juhong;  Wang,Yang;  Jackson,Todd
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Attachment style  Conflict management  Disillusionment  Relationship satisfaction  
Towards explaining relationship dissatisfaction in Chinese dating couples: Relationship disillusionment, emergent distress, or insecure attachment style? Journal article
Personality and Individual Differences, 2019,Volume: 112,Page: 42-48
Authors:  Liu,Juhong;  Wang,Yang;  Jackson,Todd
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Attachment style  Conflict management  Disillusionment  Relationship satisfaction  
Flexible mindset in the family: Filial piety, cognitive flexibility, and general mental health Journal article
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 2019,Volume: 36,Issue: 6,Page: 1715-1730
Authors:  Chun-Hui Jen;  Wei-Wen Chen;  Chih-Wen Wu
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Cognitive Flexibility  Filial Piety  General Mental Health  Parent–child Relationship  
Testing integrated models of relationship satisfaction among married Chinese couples using the actor–partner interdependence model Journal article
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 2019,Volume: 36,Issue: 4,Page: 1256-1277
Authors:  Liu,Juhong;  Jackson,Todd
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Actor–partner interdependence model  avoidant attachment  Chinese  conflict management  disillusionment  marriage  relationship idealization  relationship satisfaction  
Effect of job insecurity, anxiety and personal resources on job satisfaction among casino employees in macau: a moderated mediation analysis Journal article
Journal of Hospitality Marketing and Management, 2019,Volume: 28,Issue: 3,Page: 379-396
Authors:  Cheung,Francis Yue Lok;  Wu,Anise M.S.;  Ching Chi (Cindia),Lam
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Anxiety  Job Insecurity  Job Satisfaction  Personal Resources  
Testing integrated models of relationship satisfaction among married Chinese couples using the actor–partner interdependence model Journal article
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 2019,Volume: 36,Issue: 4,Page: 1256-1277
Authors:  Liu,Juhong;  Jackson,Todd
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Actor–partner interdependence model  avoidant attachment  Chinese  conflict management  disillusionment  marriage  relationship idealization  relationship satisfaction