Thuy-vy Thi Nguyen
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Solitude as an approach to affective self-regulation
TT Nguyen, RM Ryan, EL Deci
Personality and social psychology bulletin 44 (1), 92-106, 2018
Spice up your chat: the intentions and sentiment effects of using emojis
T Hu, H Guo, H Sun, TT Nguyen, J Luo
Eleventh international aaai conference on web and social media, 2017
What the language you tweet says about your occupation
T Hu, H Xiao, J Luo, TT Nguyen
Tenth International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, 2016
Embracing me-time: Motivation for solitude during transition to college
TT Nguyen, KM Werner, B Soenens
Motivation and Emotion 43 (4), 571-591, 2019
Can it be good to set the bar high? The role of motivational regulation in moderating the link from high standards to academic well-being
T Nguyen, E Deci
Learning and Individual Differences 45, 245–251, 2016
A COVID-19 descriptive study of life after lockdown in Wuhan, China
T Zhou, TT Nguyen, J Zhong, J Liu
Royal Society open science 7 (9), 200705, 2020
Motivation and preference in isolation: a test of their different influences on responses to self-isolation during the COVID-19 outbreak
N Weinstein, TV Nguyen
Royal Society open science 7 (5), 200458, 2020
The links of God images to women’s religiosity and coping with depression: A socialization explanation of gender difference in religiosity.
TT Nguyen, M Zuckerman
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 8 (4), 309, 2016
Using findings from the cognitive science of religion to understand current conflicts between religious and scientific ideologies
J McPhetres, TT Nguyen
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (4), 394-405, 2018
Does taking a short break from social media have a positive effect on well-being? Evidence from three preregistered field experiments
AK Przybylski, TT Nguyen, W Law, N Weinstein
Journal of Technology in Behavioral Science 6 (3), 507-514, 2021
Objective, subjective, and accurate reporting of social media use: No evidence that daily social media use correlates with personality traits, motivational states, or well-being
N Johannes, T Nguyen, N Weinstein, AK Przybylski
Technology, Mind, and Behavior 2 (2), 1-14, 2021
A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic
N Legate, T Ngyuen, N Weinstein, A Moller, L Legault, Z Vally, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (22), 2022
Social media use only helps, and does not harm, daily interactions and well-being
K Mitev, N Weinstein, S Karabeliova, T Nguyen, W Law, A Przybylski
Technology, Mind, and Behavior 2 (1), 2021
Beyond god and government: The role of personal control in supporting citizens’ well-being in the face of changing economy and rising inequality
T Nguyen, J McPhetres, EL Deci
Social Psychological Bulletin 15 (1), 1-21, 2020
Spice up your chat: The intentions and sentiment effects of using emoji
H Tianran, G Han, S Hao, NT vy Thi, L Jiebo
Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Weblogs and Social Media …, 2017
The possibilities of aloneness and solitude: developing an understanding framed through the lens of human motivation and needs
TT Nguyen, N Weinstein, RM Ryan
The Handbook of Solitude: Psychological Perspectives on Social Isolation …, 2021
What time alone offers: narratives of solitude from adolescence to older adulthood
N Weinstein, T Nguyen, H Hansen
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 2021
The method of smart monitoring and detection of sleep apnea of the patient out of the medical institution
TH Tran, TT Nguyen, ZM Yuldashev, EV Sadykova, MT Nguyen
Procedia Computer Science 150, 397-402, 2019
The Motivation to Do Nothing When Alone: Autonomy as Driver of Emotions and Diversion Behaviours in Solitude
TV Nguyen, N Weinstein, E Deci
Preprint: https://psyarxiv. com/kzw9s, 2019
Identifying personality characteristics associated with the capacity to be alone using big-five theory, attachment theory, and self-determination theory
T Nguyen, N Weinstein, R Ryan
Unpublished manuscript, 2018
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