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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
2472018
Spice up your chat: the intentions and sentiment effects of using emojis
T Hu, H Guo, H Sun, T Nguyen, J Luo
Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 11 …, 2017
1272017
Embracing me-time: Motivation for solitude during transition to college
TT Nguyen, KM Werner, B Soenens
Motivation and Emotion 43, 571-591, 2019
702019
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
53*2022
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, 507-514, 2021
482021
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
482016
What the language you tweet says about your occupation
T Hu, H Xiao, J Luo, TT Nguyen
Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 10 …, 2016
472016
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
462020
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
452020
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
PubPub 2 (2), 2021
412021
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
292021
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
292018
What time alone offers: Narratives of solitude from adolescence to older adulthood
N Weinstein, T Nguyen, H Hansen
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 714518, 2021
272021
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
262016
Who enjoys solitude? autonomous functioning (but not introversion) predicts self-determined motivation (but not preference) for solitude
TT Nguyen, N Weinstein, RM Ryan
Plos one 17 (5), e0267185, 2022
19*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
PubPub, 2021
172021
Definitions of solitude in everyday life
N Weinstein, H Hansen, T Nguyen
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 49 (12), 1663-1678, 2023
122023
Alone with our thoughts: Investigation of autonomy supportive framing as a driver of enjoyment during quiet time in solitude
T Nguyen, N Weinstein, E Deci
Collabra: Psychology 8 (1), 31629, 2022
12*2022
With My Self: Self-Determination Theory as Understanding the Role of Solitude in Personal Growth
N Weinstein, TV Nguyen, H Hansen
The Oxford handbook of self-determination theory, 402-411, 2023
62023
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
62020
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