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Chia-chen Yang
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Instagram use, loneliness, and social comparison orientation: Interact and browse on social media, but don't compare
C Yang
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 19 (12), 703-708, 2016
4922016
Motives for using Facebook, patterns of Facebook activities, and late adolescents’ social adjustment to college
C Yang, BB Brown
Journal of youth and adolescence 42, 403-416, 2013
4472013
Online self-presentation on Facebook and self development during the college transition
C Yang, B Bradford Brown
Journal of youth and adolescence 45, 402-416, 2016
3742016
Motives matter: motives for playing Pokémon Go and implications for well-being
C Yang, D Liu
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (1), 52-57, 2017
1842017
From Facebook to cell calls: Layers of electronic intimacy in college students’ interpersonal relationships
C Yang, BB Brown, MT Braun
New Media & Society 16 (1), 5-23, 2014
1662014
Social media social comparison of ability (but not opinion) predicts lower identity clarity: Identity processing style as a mediator
C Yang, SM Holden, MDK Carter
Journal of youth and adolescence 47, 2114-2128, 2018
1442018
Emerging adults' social media self-presentation and identity development at college transition: Mindfulness as a moderator
C Yang, SM Holden, MDK Carter
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 52, 212-221, 2017
1432017
Factors involved in associations between Facebook use and college adjustment: Social competence, perceived usefulness, and use patterns
C Yang, BB Brown
Computers in Human Behavior 46, 245-253, 2015
1412015
Social media social comparison and identity distress at the college transition: A dual-path model
C Yang, SM Holden, MDK Carter, JJ Webb
Journal of adolescence 69, 92-102, 2018
1292018
Interactants and activities on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter: Associations between social media use and social adjustment to college
C Yang, Y Lee
Applied developmental science 24 (1), 62-78, 2020
1052020
Discrimination and well-being among Asians/Asian Americans during COVID-19: The role of social media
C Yang, JY Tsai, S Pan
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 23 (12), 865-870, 2020
1022020
Not necessarily detrimental: Two social comparison orientations and their associations with social media use and college social adjustment
C Yang, A Robinson
Computers in human behavior 84, 49-57, 2018
952018
Media niche of electronic communication channels in friendship: A meta-analysis
D Liu, C Yang
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 21 (6), 451-466, 2016
862016
Social media and psychological well-being among youth: The multidimensional model of social media use
C Yang, SM Holden, J Ariati
Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 24 (3), 631-650, 2021
752021
Intergroup contact, COVID-19 news consumption, and the moderating role of digital media trust on prejudice toward Asians in the United States: Cross-sectional study
JY Tsai, J Phua, S Pan, C Yang
Journal of medical Internet research 22 (9), e22767, 2020
582020
Social media as more than a peer space: College freshmen encountering parents on Facebook
C Yang
Journal of Adolescent Research 33 (4), 442-469, 2018
532018
Exploring the Role of Media Sources on COVID-19–Related Discrimination Experiences and Concerns Among Asian People in the United States: Cross-Sectional Survey Study
N Yu, S Pan, CC Yang, JY Tsai
Journal of Medical Internet Research 22 (11), e21684, 2020
372020
Similar patterns, different implications: First-generation and continuing college students’ social media use and its association with college social adjustment
C Yang
Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice 24 (1), 79-98, 2022
292022
On the phone when we’re hanging out: Digital social multitasking (DSMT) and its socioemotional implications
C Yang, K Christofferson
Journal of youth and adolescence 49, 1209-1224, 2020
272020
Experience of and worry about discrimination, social media use, and depression among Asians in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic: cross-sectional survey study
S Pan, C Yang, JY Tsai, C Dong
Journal of Medical Internet Research 23 (9), e29024, 2021
262021
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