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Passive social network site use and subjective well-being: A moderated mediation model
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We examined whether self-esteem mediated the relationship between passive social network site use (SNS) and subjective well-being, and whether this mediating process was moderated by effortful control. Expand
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Bullying victimization and depression in Chinese children: A moderated mediation model of resilience and mindfulness
Abstract Studies have revealed that bullying victimization was a risk factor for symptoms of depression, however, less is known about the underlying processes that may mediate or moderate thisExpand
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Upward social comparison on social network sites and depressive symptoms: A moderated mediation model of self-esteem and optimism
Abstract Studies have revealed that upward social comparison on social network sites (SNSs) was a risk factor for depressive symptoms, however, little is known about the underlying processes that mayExpand
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Cyberbullying victimization and symptoms of depression and anxiety among Chinese adolescents: Examining hopelessness as a mediator and self-compassion as a moderator
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The present study examined hopelessness as a mediator and self-compassion as a moderator in the relations between cyberbullying victimization and symptoms of depression and anxiety. Expand
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Perceived stress and mobile phone addiction in Chinese adolescents: A moderated mediation model
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Self-control partially mediated the association between perceived stress and mobile phone addiction and the indirect effect of self-control was moderated by mindfulness. Expand
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Does bullying victimization really influence adolescents' psychosocial problems? A three-wave longitudinal study in China.
BACKGROUND Traditional bullying and cyberbullying victimization are associated with adolescents' mental health problems, but the temporal sequence of these relations remains unclear. The presentExpand
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Stability and Change of Bullying Roles in the Traditional and Virtual Contexts: A Three-Wave Longitudinal Study in Chinese Early Adolescents
Traditional bullying and cyberbullying are two prevalent phenomena among adolescents around the world. Typically, bullying incidents involve distinct perpetrator and victim roles. However, theExpand
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Family Socio-Economic Status and Parent-Child Relationships Are Associated with the Social Creativity of Elementary School Children: The Mediating Role of Personality Traits
Based on a sample of 955 elementary school children in central China, the present study examined family socio-economic status and parent-child relationships in relation to children’s socialExpand
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Cross-sectional age differences in dispositional optimism in Chinese children and adolescents
Abstract Research has demonstrated the important roles of dispositional optimism played in individuals' life quality. But little is known about age differences in dispositional optimism especially inExpand
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Mobile phone addiction and sleep quality among Chinese adolescents: A moderated mediation model
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Mindfulness moderated the mediating role of rumination in the relation between mobile phone addiction and sleep quality, and both of the two effects were stronger for individuals with lower mindfulness. Expand
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