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Bryant Pui Hung Hui
Bryant Pui Hung Hui
Assistant Professor, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
E-mail megerősítve itt: polyu.edu.hk - Kezdőlap
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Physical activity for cancer survivors: Meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
DYT Fong, JWC Ho, BPH Hui, AM Lee, DJ Macfarlane, SSK Leung, ...
BMJ 344, e70, 2012
8822012
Depression and Anxiety in Hong Kong during COVID-19
EPH Choi, BPH Hui, EYF Wan
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (10), 3740, 2020
6282020
Vagal activity is quadratically related to prosocial traits, prosocial emotions, and observer perceptions of prosociality.
A Kogan, C Oveis, EW Carr, J Gruber, IB Mauss, A Shallcross, EA Impett, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 107 (6), 1051, 2014
1692014
When giving feels good: The intrinsic benefits of sacrifice in romantic relationships for the communally motivated
A Kogan, EA Impett, C Oveis, B Hui, AM Gordon, D Keltner
Psychological Science 21 (12), 1918-1924, 2010
1622010
Facilitating adaptation and intercultural contact: The role of integration and multicultural ideology in dominant and non-dominant groups
BPH Hui, SX Chen, CM Leung, JW Berry
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 45, 70-84, 2015
1372015
Conceptualizing psychological processes in response to globalization: Components, antecedents, and consequences of global orientations.
SX Chen, BCP Lam, BPH Hui, JCK Ng, WWS Mak, Y Guan, EE Buchtel, ...
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 110 (2), 302-331, 2016
992016
Rewards of kindness? A meta-analysis of the link between prosociality and well-being.
BPH Hui, JCK Ng, E Berzaghi, LA Cunningham-Amos, A Kogan
Psychological Bulletin 146 (12), 1084-1116, 2020
842020
Hope-based intervention for individuals susceptible to colorectal cancer: a pilot study
SM Ho, JW Ho, BK Pau, BPH Hui, RS Wong, AT Chu
Familial Cancer 11 (4), 545-551, 2012
442012
How shall we all live together?: Meta‐analytical review of the mutual intercultural relations in plural societies project
JW Berry, Z Lepshokova, MIRIPS Collaboration, D Grigoryev, RC Annis, ...
Applied Psychology 71 (3), 1014-1041, 2022
302022
Caring helps: Trait empathy is related to better coping strategies and differs in the poor versus the rich
R Sun, L Vuillier, BPH Hui, A Kogan
PloS one 14 (3), e0213142, 2019
242019
Dual impacts of coronavirus anxiety on mental health in 35 societies
SX Chen, JCK Ng, BPH Hui, AKY Au, WCH Wu, BCP Lam, WWS Mak, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-11, 2021
232021
Daily ups and downs: An event-sampling study of the mediated moderation of prosocial engagement on well-being
BPH Hui, A Kogan
Social Psychological and Personality Science 9 (6), 675-688, 2018
182018
The effects of need satisfaction and dissatisfaction on flourishing among young Chinese gamers: The mediating role of Internet gaming disorder.
BPH Hui, AMS Wu, NYF Siu, ML Chung, N Pun
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 16 (22), 4367, 2019
172019
Disentangling the effects of empathy components on Internet gaming disorder: A study of vulnerable youth in China
BPH Hui, AMS Wu, N Pun
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 8 (1), 181-189, 2019
142019
Who helping helps: An event-sampling study of how basic psychological needs moderate the impact of acting prosocially
BPH Hui, A Kogan
Journal of Positive Psychology 13 (6), 563-572, 2018
122018
COVID-19 and health-related quality of life: A community-based online survey in Hong Kong
EPH Choi, BPH Hui, EYF Wan, JYY Kwok, THL Tam, C Wu
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 18 (6), 3228, 2021
112021
Having less but giving more: Work experience and prosocial behavior of Chinese working-class youth
BPH Hui, N Pun, JL Qiu, A Koo
Youth & Society 52 (8), 1582-1601, 2020
112020
Does education background affect digital equal opportunity and the political participation of sustainable digital citizens? A Taiwan case
CH Chen, CL Liu, BPH Hui, ML Chung
Sustainability 12 (4), 1359, 2020
52020
Prosocial behavior and well-being: Shifting from the “chicken and egg” to positive feedback loop
BPH Hui
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2021
42021
Intercultural Relations in Hong Kong
AKY Au, BPH Hui, SX Chen
Mutual Intercultural Relations, 311-332, 2017
42017
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