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The effect of square dance on family cohesion and subjective well-being of middle-aged and empty-nest women in China Journal article
Health Care for Women International, 2020
Authors:  Wenting Xie;  Wei-Wen Chen;  Luran Zhang
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Buffering negative impacts of jaycustomer behavior on service employees Journal article
Journal of Services Marketing, 2020,Volume: 34,Issue: 5,Page: 635-650
Authors:  Tan,Alice J.M.;  Loi,Raymond;  Lam,Long W.;  Chow,Cheris W.C.
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Anger  Anxiety  Emotion  Employee  Jaycustomer behavior  Justice  Procedural justice  Service encounter  Service marketing  
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  
Celebrity poses and consumer attitudes in endorsement advertisements Journal article
Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics, 2019,Volume: 31,Issue: 4,Page: 1027-1041
Authors:  Yongdan Liu;  Matthew Tingchi Liu
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Endorsement  Advertising  Marketing Communications  Consumer Attitude  Cognitive Load  Celebrity Endorsement  Celebrity Poses  
Rhythmic low-field magnetic stimulation may improve depression by increasing brain-derived neurotrophic factor Journal article
CNS Spectrums, 2019,Volume: 24,Issue: 3,Page: 313-321
Authors:  Xiao,Le;  Correll,Christoph U.;  Feng,Lei;  Xiang,Yu Tao;  Feng,Yuan;  Hu,Chang Qing;  Li,Rena;  Wang,Gang
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brain-derived neurotrophic factor  Major depressive disorder  mediator  moderator  rhythmic magnetic stimulation  
Qigong-based therapy for treating adults with major depressive disorder: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019,Volume: 16,Issue: 5
Authors:  Guo,Lijuan;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Zhang,Yanjie
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Emotion dysfunction  Mental disorder  Mind–body exercise  Qigong  Tai Chi  
Unpredictable and competitive cues affect prosocial behaviors and judgments Journal article
Personality and individual differences, 2019,Volume: 138,Page: 203-211
Authors:  Zhu, Nan;  Skyler T. Hawk;  Lei Chang
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Altruism  Social Competition  Environmental Unpredictability  Prosocial Judgment  Prosociality  
Mind-body exercise (Wuqinxi) for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials Journal article
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2019,Volume: 16,Issue: 1
Authors:  Wang,Ke;  Liu,Shijie;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Zhang,Yanjie;  Liu,Jing
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Copd  Meditative Movement  Mind-body Exercise  Mindfulness-based Exercise  Randomized Controlled Trial  Wuqinxi  
Parental Acceptance-Rejection and Child Prosocial Behavior: Developmental Transactions Across the Transition to Adolescence in Nine Countries, Mothers and Fathers, and Girls and Boys Journal article
Developmental Psychology, 2018,Volume: 54,Issue: 10,Page: 1881-1890
Authors:  Putnick,Diane L.;  Bornstein,Marc H.;  Lansford,Jennifer E.;  Chang,Lei;  Deater-Deckard,Kirby;  Di Giunta,Laura;  Dodge,Kenneth A.;  Malone,Patrick S.;  Oburu,Paul;  Pastorelli,Concetta;  Skinner,Ann T.;  Sorbring,Emma;  Tapanya,Sombat;  Tirado,Liliana Maria Uribe;  Zelli,Arnaldo;  Alampay,Liane Peña;  Al-Hassan,Suha M.;  Bacchini,Dario;  Bombi,Anna Silvia
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Culture  Parental Acceptance  Prosocial Behavior  
Rhythmic Low-field magnetic stimulation may improve depression by increasing brain derived neurotropic factor Journal article
CNS spectrums., 2018,Volume: 24,Issue: 3,Page: 313-321
Authors:  Xiao L;  Correll CU;  Feng L;  Xiang YT;  Feng Y;  Hu CQ;  Li R;  Wang G
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Major Depressive Disorder  Rhythmic Magnetic Stimulation  Brain-derived Neurotrophic Factor  Moderator  Mediator