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Psychological risk factors of addiction to social networking sites among Chinese smartphone users
AMS Wu, VI Cheung, L Ku, EPW Hung
Journal of behavioral addictions 2 (3), 160-166, 2013
4872013
Are materialistic teenagers less motivated to learn? Cross-sectional and longitudinal evidence from the United Kingdom and Hong Kong.
L Ku, H Dittmar, R Banerjee
Journal of Educational Psychology 104 (1), 74, 2012
942012
To have or to learn? The effects of Materialism on British and Chinese children’s learning
L Ku, H Dittmar, R Banerjee
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 2014
882014
Psychological needs, purpose in life, and problem video game playing among Chinese young adults
AMS Wu, LLM Lei, L Ku
International Journal of Psychology 48 (4), 583-590, 2013
802013
Materialistic cues make us miserable: A meta‐analysis of the experimental evidence for the effects of materialism on individual and societal well‐being
O Moldes, L Ku
Psychology & Marketing 37 (10), 1396-1419, 2020
642020
Development of Materialism in Adolescence: The Longitudinal Role of Life Satisfaction Among Chinese Youths
L Ku
Social Indicators Research 124, 231-247, 2015
59*2015
How far is your money from your mouth? The effects of intrinsic relative to extrinsic values on willingness to pay and protect the environment
L Ku, C Zaroff
Journal of Environmental Psychology 40, 472-483, 2014
582014
Has the COVID‐19 pandemic made us more materialistic? The effect of COVID‐19 and lockdown restrictions on the endorsement of materialism
O Moldes, D Dineva, L Ku
Psychology & marketing 39 (5), 892-905, 2022
262022
Interpersonal stress, not depression or hopelessness, predicts suicidality in university students in Macao.
CM Zaroff, HL Wong, L Ku, G Van Schalkwyk
Australasian Psychiatry, 2014
262014
Indirect effect of hopelessness on depression symptoms through perceived burdensomeness
MJN Nalipay, L Ku
Psychological Reports 122 (5), 1618-1631, 2019
242019
Sexual arousal and sexual fantasy: The influence of gender, and the measurement of antecedents and emotional consequences in Macau and the United States
Y Wu, L Ku, CM Zaroff
International Journal of Sexual Health 28 (1), 55-69, 2016
212016
Academic and career expectations of ethnic minority youth in Hong Kong
F Cheung, BPY Lai, AMS Wu, L Ku
The Journal of Early Adolescence 35 (8), 1092-1107, 2015
212015
“We want the world and we want it now”: Materialism, time perspectives and problem spending tendency of Chinese
L Ku, AMS Wu, AKP Lao, KIN Lam
International journal of psychology 53 (5), 356-364, 2018
132018
The influence of culture-specific personality traits on the development of delinquency in at-risk youth
TS Tong, L Ku, CM Zaroff
International journal of offender therapy and comparative criminology 60 (5 …, 2016
72016
Psychological risk factors of addiction to social networking sites among Chinese smartphone users. J Behav Addict 2013; 2: 160–6
AMS Wu, VI Cheung, L Ku, EPW Hung
6
Effects of social and outcome expectancies on hazardous drinking among Chinese university students: The mediating role of drinking motivations
MX Zhang, L Ku, AMS Wu, SM Yu, IJA Pesigan
Substance Use & Misuse 55 (1), 156-166, 2020
52020
Slow Fashion Is Positively Linked to Consumers’ Well-Being: Evidence from an Online Questionnaire Study in China
A Liu, E Baines, L Ku
Sustainability 14 (21), 13990, 2022
32022
Are higher-order life values antecedents of students’ learning engagement and adaptive learning outcomes? The case of materialistic vs. intrinsic life values
L Ku, ABI Bernardo, CM Zaroff
Current Psychology 41 (6), 3461-3471, 2022
32022
Materialism and achievement motivation: How chinese primary school children, secondary school teenagers, and university students are similar
L Ku
The Psychology of Asian Learners: A Festschrift in Honor of David Watkins …, 2016
22016
The Neuropsychological Basis of Emotion and Social Cognition in Men
CM Zaroff, L Ku
The Neuropsychology of Men: A Developmental Perspective from Theory to …, 2015
22015
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