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2022How do depression, duration of internet use and social connection in adolescence influence each other over time? An extension of the RI-CLPM including contextual factorsPeter J. SchulzArticle
2016The influence of social networks and social support on health among older Koreans at high risk of depression정순둘; 전혜상Article
2019Mediating effects of emotional venting via instant messaging (IM) and positive emotion in the relationship between negative emotion and depression [부정적 정서와 우울의 관계에서 인스턴트 메시징(Instant Messaging)을 통한 감정 표출과 긍정적 정서의 매개효과]안순태Article
2020Perceived Benefits of and Barriers to Disclosure of Depressive Feelings: An Exploratory Study Using Semantic Network Analysis안순태Article
2019The mediating effect of perceived social support between depression and school adjustment in refugee children in South Korea노충래Article
2021Understanding the link between exposure to fine particulate matter and internalizing problem behaviors among children in South Korea: Indirect effects through maternal depression and child abuse정익중Article
2021Social distancing attitudes, national context, and health outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic: Findings from a global survey김현수Article
2022Fine particulate matter and depressive symptoms in children: A mediation model of physical activity and a moderation model of family poverty정익중; 이정애Article
2018Suicide literacy predicts the provision of more appropriate support to people experiencing psychological distress안순태Article

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