Edmund W. J. Lee
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Social network sites, friends, and celebrities: The roles of social comparison and celebrity involvement in adolescents’ body image dissatisfaction
SS Ho, EWJ Lee, Y Liao
Social Media+ Society 2 (3), 2056305116664216, 2016
Till logout do us part? Comparison of factors predicting excessive social network sites use and addiction between Singaporean adolescents and adults
SS Ho, MO Lwin, EWJ Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 75, 632-642, 2017
Explicating problematic social network sites use: A review of concepts, theoretical frameworks, and future directions for communication theorizing
EWJ Lee, SS Ho, MO Lwin
New Media & Society 19 (2), 308-326, 2017
Seeking information about climate change: Effects of media use in an extended PRISM
SS Ho, BH Detenber, S Rosenthal, EWJ Lee
Science Communication 36 (3), 270-295, 2014
We need the lens of equity in COVID-19 communication
K Viswanath, EWJ Lee, R Pinnamaneni
Health Communication 35 (14), 1743-1746, 2020
Big data in context: addressing the twin perils of data absenteeism and chauvinism in the context of health disparities research
EWJ Lee, K Viswanath
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (1), e16377, 2020
Drug, demon, or donut? Theorizing the relationship between social media use, digital well-being and digital disconnection
MMPV Abeele, A Halfmann, EWJ Lee
Current Opinion in Psychology 45, 101295, 2022
Extending the social cognitive model—Examining the external and personal antecedents of social network sites use among Singaporean adolescents
EWJ Lee, SS Ho, MO Lwin
Computers in Human Behavior 67, 240-251, 2017
The augmented cognitive mediation model: Examining antecedents of factual and structural breast cancer knowledge among Singaporean women.
EWJ Lee, MC Shin, A Kawaja, SS Ho
Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives, 2016
Understanding factors associated with Singaporean adolescents' intention to adopt privacy protection behavior using an extended theory of planned behavior
SS Ho, MO Lwin, AZH Yee, EWJ Lee
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (9), 572-579, 2017
Designing effective eHealth interventions for underserved groups: five lessons from a decade of eHealth intervention design and deployment
EWJ Lee, RF McCloud, K Viswanath
Journal of Medical Internet Research 24 (1), e25419, 2022
Understanding the effects of message cues on COVID-19 information sharing on Twitter
H Zheng, DHL Goh, EWJ Lee, YL Lee, Chei Sian, Theng
Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 2021
Extending the cognitive mediation model: Examining factors associated with perceived familiarity and factual knowledge of nanotechnology
X Yang, ASF Chuah, EWJ Lee, SS Ho
Mass Communication and Society 20 (3), 403-426, 2017
Communication and knowledge as motivators: Understanding Singaporean women’s perceived risks of breast cancer and intentions to engage in preventive measures
EWJ Lee, SS Ho, JK Chow, YY Wu, Z Yang
Journal of Risk Research 16 (7), 879-902, 2013
Social media may hinder learning about science; social media's role in learning about COVID-19
S Lee, EC Tandoc Jr, EWJ Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 138, 107487, 2023
For Fit's Sake: A Norms-Based Approach to Healthy Behaviors Through Influence of Presumed Media Influence
SS Ho, EWJ Lee, K Ng, GSH Leong, THM Tham
Health Communication, 2016
Negative emotions shape the diffusion of cancer tweets: toward an integrated social network–text analytics approach
X Wang, EWJ Lee
Internet Research 31 (2), 401-418, 2021
Toward Data Sense-Making in Digital Health Communication Research: Why Theory Matters in the Age of Big Data
EWJ Lee, AZH Yee
Frontiers in Communication 5 (11), 1-10, 2020
The perceived familiarity gap hypothesis: Examining how media attention and reflective integration relate to perceived familiarity with nanotechnology in Singapore
EWJ Lee, SS Ho
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 17 (5), 228-241, 2015
Staying abreast of breast cancer: Examining how communication and motivation relate to Singaporean women's breast cancer knowledge
EWJ Lee, SS Ho
Asian Journal of Communication 25 (4), 422-442, 2015
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