Lingwei Yu
Lingwei Yu
Zhejiang University
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Gender balance and its impact on male and female smoking rates in Chinese cities
T Yang, R Barnett, S Jiang, L Yu, H Xian, J Ying, W Zheng
Social Science & Medicine 154, 9-17, 2016
162016
Socioeconomic inequalities and mental stress in individual and regional level: a twenty one cities study in China
H Wang, XY Yang, T Yang, RR Cottrell, L Yu, X Feng, S Jiang
International journal for equity in health 14 (1), 25, 2015
142015
Individual and regional association between socioeconomic status and uncertainty stress, and life stress: a representative nationwide study of China
T Yang, XY Yang, L Yu, RR Cottrell, S Jiang
International journal for equity in health 16 (1), 118, 2017
132017
Individual and city-level determinants of secondhand smoke exposure in China
T Yang, S Jiang, R Barnett, S Peng, L Yu
International journal of health geographics 14 (1), 36, 2015
132015
Uncertainty stress, social capital, and suicidal ideation among Chinese medical students: Findings from a 22-university survey
D Wu, T Yang, IRH Rockett, L Yu, S Peng, S Jiang
Journal of health psychology, 1359105318805820, 2018
112018
Who smokes in smoke-free public places in China? Findings from a 21 city survey
T Yang, S Jiang, R Barnett, JL Oliffe, D Wu, X Yang, L Yu, RR Cottrell
Health education research 31 (1), 36-47, 2015
112015
Household smoking restrictions among urban residents in China: individual and regional influences
T Yang, L Yu, S Jiang, X Feng, H Xian, RR Cottrell, IRH Rockett
International journal of public health 60 (4), 479-486, 2015
102015
Individual and regional factors affecting stress and problem alcohol use: A representative nationwide study of China
T Yang, R Barnett, S Peng, L Yu, C Zhang, W Zhang
Health & place 51, 19-27, 2018
92018
Prevalence and regional correlates of road traffic injury among Chinese urban residents: a 21-city population-based study
IRH Rockett, S Jiang, Q Yang, T Yang, XY Yang, S Peng, L Yu
Traffic injury prevention 18 (6), 623-630, 2017
92017
Contextual influences affecting patterns of overweight and obesity among university students: a 50 universities population-based study in China
T Yang, L Yu, R Barnett, S Jiang, S Peng, Y Fan, L Li
International journal of health geographics 16 (1), 18, 2017
82017
Regional contextual determinants of internet addiction among college students: a representative nationwide study of China
T Yang, L Yu, JL Oliffe, S Jiang, Q Si
The European Journal of Public Health 27 (6), 1032-1037, 2017
62017
Chinese smokers’ behavioral response toward cigarette price: individual and regional correlates
T Yang, S Peng, L Yu, S Jiang, WB Stroub, RR Cottrell, IRH Rockett
Tobacco induced diseases 14 (1), 13, 2016
62016
Second hand smoke exposure in public venues and mental disorder: a representative nationwide study of China
T Yang, C Cao, RR Cottrell, D Wu, L Yu, H Lin, S Jiang, KJ Young
Tobacco induced diseases 13 (1), 18, 2015
62015
Life stress, uncertainty stress and self-reported illness: a representative nationwide study of Chinese students
T Yang, S Jiang, L Yu, RR Cottrell, Q Si
Journal of Public Health 26 (2), 205-209, 2018
52018
Male smoking reduction behaviour in response to China’s 2015 cigarette tax increase
L Yu, JE Cohen, C Hoe, T Yang, D Wu
Tobacco control, tobaccocontrol-2019-055053, 2019
32019
Are overweight people more susceptible to anxiety?
C Zhang, M Li, H Zhao, R Zhu, X Zheng, J Lu, Y Du, L Yu, T Yang
International journal of geriatric psychiatry 34 (4), 555-562, 2019
22019
Susceptibility to smoking and determinants among medical students: A representative nationwide study in China.
S Peng, L Yu, T Yang, D Wu, JL Bottorff, R Barnett, S Jiang
Tobacco Induced Diseases 17, 2019
2019
Who switches from regular to light cigarettes? A study of six provincial capital cities in China.
T Yang, S Peng, S Jiang, JL Oliffe, L Yu
Public health 140, 272, 2016
2016
普通临床戒烟方案的效果评价
杨廷忠, 姚志英, 蒋姝函, 余凌炜, 彭嗣惠
结核病与肺部健康杂志 6 (2), 131-134, 0
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