Published on in Vol 4, No 4 (2017): Oct-Dec

Sharing Family Life Information Through Video Calls and Other Information and Communication Technologies and the Association With Family Well-Being: Population-Based Survey

Sharing Family Life Information Through Video Calls and Other Information and Communication Technologies and the Association With Family Well-Being: Population-Based Survey

Sharing Family Life Information Through Video Calls and Other Information and Communication Technologies and the Association With Family Well-Being: Population-Based Survey

Journals

  1. 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
  2. Shen C, Wang M, Ho H, Wan A, Stewart S, Viswanath K, Chan S, Lam T. Test–retest reliability and validity of a single-item Self-reported Family Happiness Scale in Hong Kong Chinese: findings from Hong Kong Jockey Club FAMILY Project. Quality of Life Research 2019;28(2):535 View
  3. 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
  4. Efendi F, Dwi Wahyuni S, Indarwati R, Hadisuyatmana S, Kurniati A, Usin Z. The lived experience of Indonesian nurses in Kuwait: A phenomenological study. Kontakt 2020;22(4):235 View
  5. 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
  6. Brown G, Greenfield P. Staying connected during stay‐at‐home: Communication with family and friends and its association with well‐being. Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 2021;3(1):147 View
  7. Schlosser M, Adao K, Derkyi A, Fitzgerald-Monroe A, Ebenezer L, Eckes E. Communication Challenges in High-Containment Clinical Environments. AJN, American Journal of Nursing 2021;121(2):40 View
  8. Hougaard A. Hyperembodiment. Cognitive Semiotics 2021;14(2):131 View
  9. Danielsbacka M, Tammisalo K, Tanskanen A. Digital and traditional communication with kin: displacement or reinforcement?. Journal of Family Studies 2023;29(3):1270 View
  10. Nishikitani M, Ariyoshi M, Nohara Y, Umihara J. Communications Through Contemporary Tools of Information and Communication Technology: Cross-sectional Study Evaluating Health Among Separated Family Members. JMIR Formative Research 2022;6(8):e34949 View
  11. Guo N, Ho H, Wang M, Lai A, Luk T, Viswanath K, Chan S, Lam T. Factor Structure and Psychometric Properties of the Family Communication Scale in the Chinese Population. Frontiers in Psychology 2021;12 View
  12. Tammisalo K, Rotkirch A. Effects of information and communication technology on the quality of family relationships: A systematic review. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 2022;39(9):2724 View
  13. Veerapandian K, Tan G, Majeed N, Hartanto A. Executive Function Deficits and Borderline Personality Disorder Symptomatology in a Nonclinical Adult Sample: A Latent Variable Analysis. Brain Sciences 2023;13(2):206 View
  14. Wong B, Ho S, Sit S, Gong W, Lai A, Wang M, Lam T. Association of family wellbeing with forwarding and verifying COVID-19-related information, and mediation of family communication quality. Frontiers in Public Health 2022;10 View
  15. Sit S, Gong W, Ho S, Lai A, Wong B, Wang M, Lam T. A Population Study on COVID-19 Information Sharing: Sociodemographic Differences and Associations with Family Communication Quality and Well-Being in Hong Kong. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2022;19(6):3577 View
  16. Gong W, Sit S, Wong B, Wu S, Lai A, Ho S, Wang M, Lam T. Associations of Face-to-Face and Instant Messaging Family Communication and Their Contents With Family Wellbeing and Personal Happiness Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. Frontiers in Psychiatry 2022;13 View
  17. Wu S, Xiao L, Nan J, Zhao S, Yin P, Zhang D, Liao L, Li M, Yang X, Feng H. Nursing Home Residents’ Perceptions of Challenges and Coping Strategies during COVID-19 Pandemic in China. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2023;20(2):1485 View
  18. Gong W, Wong B, Ho S, Lai A, Zhao S, Wang M, Lam T. Family E-Chat Group Use Was Associated with Family Wellbeing and Personal Happiness in Hong Kong Adults amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021;18(17):9139 View
  19. Queiroz A, Lee A, Luo M, Fauville G, Hancock J, Bailenson J. Too tired to connect: Understanding the associations between video-conferencing, social connection and well-being through the lens of zoom fatigue. Computers in Human Behavior 2023;149:107968 View
  20. Alali D, Alshebly A, Alajlani A, Al Jumaiei A, Alghadeer Z, Ibrahim Ali S. Awareness of Healthy Lifestyle Among Elderly Population During Aging in Al-Ahsa, Saudi Arabia. Cureus 2023 View
  21. Tammisalo K, Danielsbacka M, Tanskanen A, Arpino B. Social media contact with family members and happiness in younger and older adults. Computers in Human Behavior 2024;153:108103 View
  22. Nguyen L, Le T, Tran V, Nguyen D, Nguyen H, Le D. Internet Impacts on Parent–Child Communication in Vietnamese Urban Families. Child & Family Social Work 2024 View