Chang Liu

Monash University (Australia) 
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Liu C, Rotaru K, Ren L, et al. (2024) Examining the unique relationships between problematic use of the internet and impulsive and compulsive tendencies: network approach. Bjpsych Open. 10: e104
Liu C, Albertella L, Lochner C, et al. (2023) Conceptualising compulsivity through network analysis: A two-sample study. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 127: 152429
Lee RSC, Albertella L, Christensen E, et al. (2023) A Novel, Expert-Endorsed, Neurocognitive Digital Assessment Tool for Addictive Disorders: Development and Validation Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 25: e44414
Liu C, Ren L, Rotaru K, et al. (2023) Bridging the links between Big Five personality traits and problematic smartphone use: A network analysis. Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Liu C, Rotaru K, Chamberlain SR, et al. (2022) Distress-driven impulsivity interacts with trait compulsivity in association with problematic drinking: A two-sample study. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 13: 938275
Liu C, Rotaru K, Chamberlain SR, et al. (2022) The Moderating Role of Psychological Flexibility on the Association between Distress-Driven Impulsivity and Problematic Internet Use. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 19
Liu C, Ren L, Li K, et al. (2022) Understanding the Association Between Intolerance of Uncertainty and Problematic Smartphone Use: A Network Analysis. Frontiers in Psychiatry. 13: 917833
Brierley ME, Albertella L, Rotaru K, et al. (2021) The role of psychological distress in the relationship between lifestyle and compulsivity: An analysis of independent, bi-national samples. Cns Spectrums. 1-36
Liu C, Rotaru K, Lee RSC, et al. (2021) Distress-driven impulsivity interacts with cognitive inflexibility to determine addiction-like eating. Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Liu C, Yücel M, Suo C, et al. (2021) Reward-Related Attentional Capture Moderates the Association between Fear-Driven Motives and Heavy Drinking. European Addiction Research. 1-11
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