Liang Chen
Liang Chen
Associate Professor, Tsinghua University
Verified email at ntu.edu.sg - Homepage
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A meta-analysis of factors predicting cyberbullying perpetration and victimization: From the social cognitive and media effects approach
L Chen, SS Ho, MO Lwin
New Media & Society 19 (8), 1194-1213, 2017
2022017
Comparing cyberbullying perpetration on social media between primary and secondary school students
SS Ho, L Chen, APY Ng
Computers & Education 109, 74-84, 2017
422017
Science literacy or value predisposition? A meta-analysis of factors predicting public perceptions of benefits, risks, and acceptance of nuclear energy
SS Ho, AD Leong, J Looi, L Chen, N Pang, E Tandoc Jr
Environmental Communication 13 (4), 457-471, 2019
412019
Social Support Exchanges in a Social Media Community for People Living with HIV/AIDS in China
L Chen, J Shi
AIDS Care- Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 2014
412014
Social support on Weibo for people living with HIV/AIDS in China: a quantitative content analysis
J Shi, L Chen
Chinese Journal of Communication 7 (3), 285-298, 2014
392014
Reducing harm from media: A meta-analysis of parental mediation
L Chen, J Shi
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (1), 173-193, 2019
342019
What makes cancer information viral on social media?
X Wang, L Chen, J Shi, TQ Peng
Computers in Human Behavior 93, 149-156, 2019
322019
Nature and diffusion of gynecologic cancer–related misinformation on social media: analysis of tweets
L Chen, X Wang, TQ Peng
Journal of medical Internet research 20 (10), e11515, 2018
322018
Using EPPM to evaluate the effectiveness of fear appeal messages across Different Media Outlets to Increase the Intention of Breast Self-Examination among Chinese Women
L Chen, X Yang
Health Communication, 2018
302018
Nature and Effectiveness of Online Social Support for Intercultural Adaptation of Mainland Chinese International Students
L Chen, X Yang
International Journal of Communication 9, 21, 2015
252015
Social support seeking on social media among Chinese homosexual men living with HIV/AIDS: The role of perceived threat. Telemedicine and e-Health
L Chen, Y Guo, J Shi
Telemedicine & E-health, 2018
14*2018
Parents' responses to cyberbullying effects: How third-person perception influences support for legislation and parental mediation strategies
SS Ho, MO Lwin, AZH Yee, JRH Sng, L Chen
Computers in Human Behavior 92, 373-380, 2019
132019
An examination of users’ influence in online HIV/AIDS communities
X Wang, J Shi, L Chen, TQ Peng
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (5), 314-320, 2016
132016
Understanding interactions in virtual HIV communities: a social network analysis approach
J Shi, X Wang, TQ Peng, L Chen
AIDS care 29 (2), 239-243, 2017
122017
Using the extended parallel process model to examine the nature and impact of breast cancer prevention information on mobile-based social media: content analysis
L Chen, X Yang, L Fu, X Liu, C Yuan
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (6), e13987, 2019
102019
Risk perception of food safety issue on social media
X Yang, L Chen, Q Feng
Chinese Journal of Communication 9 (2), 124-138, 2016
92016
Does media exposure relate to the illusion of knowing in the public understanding of climate change?
X Yang, L Chen, SS Ho
Public Understanding of Science 29 (1), 94-111, 2020
82020
Agenda-setting on traditional vs social media: An analysis of haze-related content grounded in the extended parallel process model
L Chen, J Shi, Y Guo, P Wang, Y Li
Internet Research, 2019
62019
After Fukushima: How do news media impact Japanese public’s risk perception and anxiety regarding nuclear radiation
Y Guo, Y Li, L Chen
Environmental Communication 14 (1), 97-111, 2020
52020
Offspring caregivers of Chinese women with breast cancer: their social support requests and provision on social media
J Shi, L Chen, Y Su, M Chen
Telemedicine and e-Health 25 (8), 748-755, 2019
52019
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