Student Research & Publications


Journal Articles

1. MA, Qianyun Shyron & Leung, Louis (2018). The Impacts of Personality Traits, Use Intensity and Features Use of LinkedIn on Bridging Social Capital. Applied Research in Quality of Life. [SSCI]

2. LIU, Liping Piper & Leung, Louis (2017). Migrant parenting and mobile phone use: Building quality relationship between Chinese migrant workers and their left-behind children. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 12(4), 925-946. [SSCI]

3. CHEN, Cheng & Leung, Louis (2016). Are you addicted to Candy Crush Saga? An exploratory study of linking psychological factors to mobile social game addiction. Telematics & informatics, doi:10.1016/j.tele.2015.11.005. [SSCI]

4. BIAN, Mengwei Casey & Leung, Louis (2014). Linking Loneliness, Shyness, Smartphone Addiction Symptoms and Patterns of Smartphone Use to Social Capital. Social Science Computer Review, doi: 10.1177/0894439314528779. [SSCI] [Google: cited 97 times]

5. MO, Ruo & Leung, Louis (2014). Exploring the Roles of Narcissism, Uses of, and Gratifications from Microblog on Affinity-Seeking and Social Capital. Asian Journal of Social Psychology [SSCI]

6. LI, Xinpeng Kevin & Leung, Louis (2014). Impacts of iPad Attributes, Users' Lifestyles, and Media Dependency on the Adoption and Intensity of iPad Usage. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 4(1), 28-45.

7. MO, R., Leung, L., HAO, Y., WU, X., XI, R., & ZHANG, S. (2014). Examining the Mediating Roles of Microblog Use in the Relationships between Narcissism, Social Anxiety, and Social Capital. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 4(2), 58-75.

8. ZHAO, Wenyuan Kevin & Leung, Louis (2013). Factors Influencing Online Poll Participation: An Examination of Perception of Online Polls, Information Literacy, and Political Efficacy in Mainland China. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 3(2), 1-12.

9. CHAN, M., WU, X., HAO, Y., XI, R., & JIN, T. (2012). Microblogging, online expression and political efficacy among young Chinese citizens. The moderating role of information and entertainment needs in the use of Weibo. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15(7), 345-349. [SSCI] [Google: cited 43 times]

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ZHOU, Xingyuan Selina & Leung, Louis (2012). Gratifications, Loneliness, Leisure Boredom and Self-esteem as Predictors of SNS-Game Addiction and Usage Pattern among Chinese College Students. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 2(4), 34-48. [Google: cited 54 times]

11. HUANG, Hanyun & Leung, Louis (2012). Gratification-opportunities, Self-esteem, and Loneliness in Determining Usage Preference of BBS and Blog among Teenagers in China. Atlantic Journal of Communication, 20(3), 141-157.

12. POON, Chi Him Damon & Leung, Louis (2011). Effects of Narcissism, Leisure Boredom and Gratifications-sought on User-generated Content among Net-generation. International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning, 1(3), 1-14.

13. POON, Chi Him Damon & Leung, Louis (2010). Effects of Narcissism, Leisure Boredom and Gratifications-sought on User-generated Content among Net-generation. Media Digest, 8, 8-9.

14. LO, Wai Yu Olivine & Leung, Louis (2009). Effects of gratification-opportunities and gratifications-obtained on preferences of instant messaging and e-mail among college students. Telematics & Informatics in 26(2), 156-166. [SSCI] [Google: cited 53 times]

15. MA, Lai Yee Miranda & Leung, Louis (2005). Unwillingness-to-communicate, Perceptions of the Internet and Self-disclosure in ICQ. Telematics & Informatics, 23(1), 22-37. [SSCI] [Google: cited 73 times]

16. CHAN, Ka Ching Joey & Leung, Louis (2005). Lifestyles, Reliance on Traditional News Media, and Online News Adoption. New Media & Society, 7(3), 357-382. [SSCI] [Google: cited 94 times]

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  1. CHAK, Sau Kuen Katherine & Leung, Louis (2004). Shyness and Locus of Control as Predictors of Internet Addiction and Internet Use. Cyberpsychology & Behavior, 7(5), 559-570. [SSCI] [Google: cited 679 times]


Conference Presentations

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MA Qianyun Shyron & Leung, Louis (2017). Gaining Access to Social Capital: Gratifications Sought, Personality, Usage Patterns and Intensity of LinkedIn Use. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), San Diego, CA, USA, May 25-28, 2017.

2. LIU, Liping Piper (2016). Migrant parenting and mobile phone use: Building quality relationship between Chinese migrant workers and their "left-behind' children. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Fukuoka, Japan, June 9-13.

3. CHEN Zhuo Fire (2016). Motivation for social media use and impact on political participation in China: A cognitive and communication mediation approach. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Fukuoka, Japan, June 9-13.

4. CHEN, Cheng Chris. (2015). Are you addicted to Candy Crush Saga? An exploratory study of linking psychological factors to mobile social game addiction Paper presented at the International Communication Association (ICA), San Juan, Puerto Rico, May 21-25.

5. ZHAO, Mengyang Zoe. (2014). Microblogging and political efficacy on civic and political participation in China. Paper was presented at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication (AEJMC), August 6-9, Montreal, Canada.

6. ZHAO, M. Y., LIN, J. Y, YANG, L. Z, and LIU, Y. Y.(2013). The Effects of Weibo Use on Political Trust and Social Trust among College Students in Mainland China. Paper presented in the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), Dublin, Ireland, June 25-29.

7. BIAN, Mengwei Casey. (2013). Linking Psychological Attributes to Smart Phone Addiction, Face-to-Face Communication, Present Absence and Social Capital. Paper presented at the 22nd Annual conference of the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), Yogyakarta, Indonesia, July 4-7.

8. MO, Ruo (2013). Exploring the Roles of Narcissism, Gratifications of Microblog Use, and Affinity-seeking on Social Capital. Paper presented at the International Communication Association (ICA), London, UK, June 17-21.

9. WU, Xuan Doris (2013). Internet Usage: An Examination of Motivations and Quality of Life for Low-income Groups in Urban China. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Annual Conference, Dublin, Ireland, June 25-29.

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LI, Xinpeng Kevin (2012). Impacts of iPad Attributes, Users' Lifestyles, and Media Dependency on the Adoption and Intensity of iPad Usage. Paper presented at the 19th International Telecommunications Society (ITS) Biennial Conference, Bangkok, Thailand, November 18-21.

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MO, R., HAO, Y., WU, X., XI, R., & ZHANG, S. (2012). Linking Psychological Attributes and Microblog Usage to Social Capital in Mainland China. Paper presented at the 21st Asian Media and Information Center (AMIC) Annual Conference, Shah Alam, Malaysia, July 11-14.

12. LI, Muyang Maria (2012). An Examination of Microblog as News Source among University Students in Mainland China. Paper presented at the Eastern Sociology Society Annual Conference, New York City, February 23-26.

13. ZHAO, Wenyuan Kevin (2012). Perception of Online Polls, Information Literacy, Political Efficacy, and Online Polls Participation in Mainland China. Paper presented at the WAPOR 65th Annual Conference, Hong Kong, June 14-16.

14. ZHOU, Xingyuan Selina (2011). Gratifications, Loneliness, Leisure Boredom and Self-esteem as Predictors of SNS-Game Addiction and Usage Pattern among Chinese College Students. Paper presented at The International Telecommunications Society (ITS) Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, June 26-28.

15. POON, Chi Him Damon (2011). Effects of Narcissism, Leisure Boredom and Gratifications-sought on User-generated Content among Net-generation. Paper presented at the The International Telecommunications Society (ITS) Asia-Pacific Regional Conference, Taipei, Taiwan, June 26-28.

16. ZHANG, Yue Sylvia (2010). Gratifications-sought, Audience Activities and the Displacement Effect of YouTube. Paper presented at the 19th Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC) Annual Conference on "Technology and Culture: Communication Connectors and Dividers" in Singapore, 21-23 June.

17. WAN, Sisi Candy (2009). Gratifications & Loneliness as Predictors of Campus-SNS Websites Addiction & Usage Pattern among Chinese College Students. Paper presented at the 5th Annual兩岸三地五院 Postgraduate Students Conference at Beijing University, Beijing, China, June 26-27.

18. HUANG, Hanyun (2008). Gratification-opportunities, Self-esteem, and Loneliness in Determining Usage Preference of BBS and Blog among Teenagers in China. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference at Stockholm, Sweden, July 20-25.

19. XU, chenyan Bibby (2007). Enhancing personal interaction through the web interface in online shopping. Paper accepted for presentation at International Conference of Electronic Commerce, Taipei, Taiwan, December 2-6.

20. LO, Wai Yu Olivine (2007). The Roles of Gratification Opportunities, Gratifications-Obtained, and Demographics in Determining Usage Preference of Instant Messaging and E-mail among College Students. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference in Paris, France, July 23-25.

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MA, Lai Yee Miranda (2004). Unwillingness-to-communicate, Perceptions of the Internet and Self-disclosure in ICQ. Paper presented at the Mass Communication & Society Division of the Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism & Mass Communication (AEJMC), Toronto, Canada, August 4-7.

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NG, Wing Kei Ruby (2004). Exploring the Roles of Lifestyles and Innovation Attributes on the Adoption of Electronic Service Delivery (ESD) in e-Government. Paper presented at the Community Communication Section of the International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference at Porto Alegre, Brazil, July 25-30.