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Chinese preschool children's physical fitness, motor competence, executive functioning, and receptive language, math, and science performance in Kindergarten Journal article
Children and Youth Services Review, 2022,Volume: 136
Authors:  Chou,Yuju;  Hu,Bi Ying;  Winsler, Adam;  Wu,Huiping;  Greenburg, Jordan;  Kong,Zhaowei
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Mental health problems among Chinese adolescents during the COVID-19: The importance of nutrition and physical activity Journal article
International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 2021,Volume: 21,Issue: 3
Authors:  Chi,Xinli;  Liang,Kaixin;  Chen,Si Tong;  Huang,Qiaomin;  Huang,Liuyue;  Yu,Qian;  Jiao,Can;  Guo,Tianyou;  Stubbs,Brendon;  Hossain,Md Mahbub;  Yeung,Albert;  Kong,Zhaowei;  Zou,Liye
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Adolescent  Descriptive Survey Study  Mental Health  Nutrition  Physical Activity  
Psychosocial profiles of university students’ emotional adjustment, perceived social support, self-efficacy belief, and foreign language anxiety during COVID-19 Journal article
Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 2021
Authors:  Wang, Chuang;  Teng, Mark Feng;  Liu, Shuwen
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Emotional adjustment  English  foreign language anxiety  learning  self-efficacy belief  social support  
Incidence of Probable Depression and Its Predictors Among Chinese Secondary School Students Journal article
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 2020,Volume: 18,Issue: 6,Page: 1652-1667
Authors:  Wu, Anise M.S.;  Lai, Mark H.C.;  Lau, Joseph T.F.;  Walden, Danielle L.
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Adolescence  Chinese  Depression  Incidence  Secondary Schools  
Poor Insight in Schizophrenia Patients in China: a Meta-Analysis of Observational Studies Journal article
Psychiatric Quarterly, 2020,Volume: 91,Issue: 4,Page: 1017-1031
Authors:  Li,Wen;  Zhang,Hong He;  Wang,Yu;  Zhang,Ling;  Ungvari,Gabor S.;  Cheung,Teris;  Xiang,Yu Tao
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Meta-analysis  Poor Insight  Prevalence  Schizophrenia  
Teachers' quality of work life and attitudes toward implementing a psychosocial intervention for children affected by parental HIV/AIDS: roles of self-efficacy and burnout Journal article
AIDS Care - Psychological and Socio-Medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 2020,Volume: 32,Issue: 9,Page: 1125-1132
Authors:  Li, Qianfeng;  Li, Xiaoming;  Wang, Fang;  Zhao, Junfeng;  Zhao, Guoxiang;  Chen, Lihua;  Du, Hongfei;  Chi, Peilian
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A global bibliometric analysis of services for children affected by HIV/AIDS: Implications for impact mitigation programs (GAPresearch) Journal article
AIDS Reviews, 2020,Volume: 22,Issue: 1,Page: 34-43
Authors:  Tran, Bach X.;  Nathan, Kalpana I.;  Phan, Hai T.;  Hall, Brian J.;  Vu, Giang T.;  Vu, Linh G.;  Pham, Hai Q.;  Latkin, Carl A.;  Ho, Cyrus S.H.;  Ho, Roger C.M.
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Bibliometric  Children  Human Immunodeficiency Virus  Scientometrics  Services  
Effects of psychosocial interventions on children affected by parental HIV/AIDS: A meta-analysis on depression and anxiety Journal article
BMC Public Health, 2019,Volume: 19,Issue: 1
Authors:  Chi, Peilian;  Zhao, Shan;  Zhang, Chen;  Li, Xiaoming;  Guo, Yan;  Lin, Xiuyun;  Du, Hongfei
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Anxiety  Children  Depression  Meta-analysis  Parental HIV/AIDS  Psychosocial interventions  
Psychosocial risk factors associated with falls among Chinese community-dwelling older adults in Hong Kong Journal article
Health and Social Care in the Community, 2019,Volume: 18,Issue: 3,Page: 272-281
Authors:  Leung,Angela;  Chi,Iris;  Lou,Vivian W.Q.;  Chan,Kin Sun
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Chinese  Falls  Living alone  Psychosocial factors  
Psychosocial risk factors associated with falls among Chinese community-dwelling older adults in Hong Kong Journal article
Health and Social Care in the Community, 2019,Volume: 18,Issue: 3,Page: 272-281
Authors:  Leung,Angela;  Chi,Iris;  Lou,Vivian W.Q.;  Chan,Kin Sun
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Chinese  Falls  Living alone  Psychosocial factors