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The construct validity of the Restraint Scale among mainland Chinese women.
This study aimed to test the construct validity of the newly developed Chinese version of the Revised Restraint Scale (RRS) in two separate female samples from Chinese universities (n(1) = 171; n(2)Expand
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Mobile phone addiction and sleep quality among Chinese adolescents: A moderated mediation model
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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Cue-induced craving for Internet among Internet addicts.
Intense craving is a core feature of addictive disorder, and cue-induced craving is believed to be a key factor in the maintenance and relapse of addictive behaviors. With the rapid development ofExpand
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Online interpersonal sexual objectification experiences and Chinese adolescent girls' intuitive eating: The role of broad conceptualization of beauty and body appreciation.
Interpersonal sexual objectification experiences are pervasive in online communication contexts, and their influence on positive eating behaviors should not be ignored. Broad conceptualization ofExpand
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Technology Acceptance Model of Mobile Social Media Among Chinese College Students
This study recruited 505 Chinese college students through convenience sampling to complete the questionnaire survey that verifies the applicability of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) into mobileExpand
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Does Downward Social Comparisons Affect Mobile Phone Addiction? Narcissism Matters!
This study investigated the roles of implicit and explicit narcissism in the relationship between downward social comparison and mobile phone addiction. We randomly recruited 529 college students toExpand
Behavioural and ERP evidence of the self-advantage of online self-relevant information
The present study examined whether individuals experienced the same cognitive advantage for online self-relevant information (nickname) as that experienced for information encountered in real lifeExpand