Published on in Vol 17 , No 8 (2015) :August

Using Information and Communication Technologies for Family Communication and Its Association With Family Well-Being in Hong Kong: FAMILY Project

Using Information and Communication Technologies for Family Communication and Its Association With Family Well-Being in Hong Kong: FAMILY Project

Using Information and Communication Technologies for Family Communication and Its Association With Family Well-Being in Hong Kong: FAMILY Project

Journals

  1. Zhao S, Guo N, Wang M, Fong D, Lai A, Chan S, Lam T, Ho D. The Association Between Electronic Device Use During Family Time and Family Well-Being: Population-Based Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(10):e20529 View
  2. Chu J, Wang M, Shen C, Viswanath K, Lam T, Chan S. How, When and Why People Seek Health Information Online: Qualitative Study in Hong Kong. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2017;6(2):e24 View
  3. Valdemoros-San-Emeterio M, Sanz-Arazuri E, Ponce-de-León-Elizondo A. Digital leisure and perceived family functioning in youth of upper Secondary Education. Comunicar 2017;25(50):99 View
  4. Shen C, Wang M, Wan A, Viswanath K, Chan S, Lam T. Health information exposure from information and communication technologies and its associations with health behaviors: Population-based survey. Preventive Medicine 2018;113:140 View
  5. Luk T, Wang M, Shen C, Wan A, Chau P, Oliffe J, Viswanath K, Chan S, Lam T. Short version of the Smartphone Addiction Scale in Chinese adults: Psychometric properties, sociodemographic, and health behavioral correlates. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 2018;7(4):1157 View
  6. Lee J, Wang M, Luk T, Guo N, Chan S, Lam T. Associations of Electronic Device Use Before and After Sleep With Psychological Distress Among Chinese Adults in Hong Kong: Cross-Sectional Study. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(6):e15403 View
  7. Guo N, Wang M, Luk T, Ho S, Fong D, Chan S, Lam T. The association of problematic smartphone use with family well-being mediated by family communication in Chinese adults: A population-based study. Journal of Behavioral Addictions 2019;8(3):412 View
  8. Ho H, Mui M, Wan A, Yew C, Lam T, Chan S, Stewart S. Family Meal Practices and Well-Being in Hong Kong: The Mediating Effect of Family Communication. Journal of Family Issues 2018;39(16):3835 View
  9. Leighton S, Forrest L, Young M, Delatycki M, Lynch E. Social media usage in family communication about genetic information: ‘I no longer speak with my sister but she needed to know’. Journal of Genetic Counseling 2021;30(1):180 View
  10. Shen C, Wan A, Kwok L, Pang S, Wang X, Stewart S, Lam T, Chan S. A Community-Based Intervention Program to Enhance Family Communication and Family Well-being: The Learning Families Project in Hong Kong. Frontiers in Public Health 2017;5 View
  11. Shen C, Wang M, Chu J, Wan A, Viswanath K, Chan S, Lam T. Sharing Family Life Information Through Video Calls and Other Information and Communication Technologies and the Association With Family Well-Being: Population-Based Survey. JMIR Mental Health 2017;4(4):e57 View
  12. Zhao S, Wong J, Wu Y, Choi E, Wang M, Lam T. Social Distancing Compliance under COVID-19 Pandemic and Mental Health Impacts: A Population-Based Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(18):6692 View
  13. Guo N, Luk T, Wang M, Ho S, Fong D, Wan A, Chan S, Lam T. Self-Reported Screen Time on Social Networking Sites Associated With Problematic Smartphone Use in Chinese Adults: A Population-Based Study. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2021;11 View
  14. Zhao S, Luk T, Guo N, Wang M, Lai A, Wong B, Fong D, Chan S, Lam T. Association of Mobile Instant Messaging Chat Group Participation With Family Functioning and Well-Being: Population-Based Cross-sectional Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(3):e18876 View
  15. Tariq A, Muñoz Sáez D, Khan S. Social media use and family connectedness: A systematic review of quantitative literature. New Media & Society 2021:146144482110168 View