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    The Effect of Perceived Parent–Child Facial Resemblance on Parents’ Trait Anxiety: The Moderating Effect of Parents’ Gender.Quanlei Yu, Qiuying Zhang, Jianwen Chen, Shenghua Jin, Yuanyuan Qiao & Weiting Cai - 2016 - Frontiers in Psychology 7.
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    The More Similar, the Healthier: The Effect of Perceived Parent-Child Facial Resemblance on Parental Physical Health.Quanlei Yu, Yafei Guo, Lin Zhang, Jianwen Chen, Xiaopeng Du, Xinhui Wei, Zhijin Zhou, Shumin Liu & Xinlei Gao - 2019 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    The Role of Creative Publicity in Different Periods of the COVID-19 Outbreak in China: Taking the Creative Publicity of Chinese Poetry as an Example.Dandan Jia, Cuicui Sun, Zhijin Zhou, Qingbai Zhao, Quanlei Yu, Guanxiong Liu & Yi Wang - 2021 - Frontiers in Psychology 12.
    When humans are confronted with an epidemic situation or a continuous natural disaster, success depends largely on how critical information is conveyed to as many people as possible, how individuals' emotional experiences of the crisis are elicited, and how their behaviors are directed going forward. Efficient publicity is key to successful epidemic prevention and control. This study explores the role of creative publicity by comparing the influence of creative publicity and general publicity in different periods of the COVID-19 outbreak in (...)
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    The Effect of “Novelty Input” and “Novelty Output” on Boredom During Home Quarantine in the COVID-19 Pandemic: The Moderating Effects of Trait Creativity.Zheng Liang, Qingbai Zhao, Zhijin Zhou, Quanlei Yu, Songqing Li & Shi Chen - 2020 - Frontiers in Psychology 11.
    Governments have adopted strict home quarantine measures during the COVID-19 pandemic. A monotonous, barren, and under-stimulating environment can cause state boredom, and people often deal with boredom via novelty-seeking behavior. Novelty-seeking behavior can be divided into “novelty input” and “novelty output.” The former refers to obtaining novel information such as browsing the Web; the latter refers to engaging in creative behavior such as literary creation. This study explores the relationship between two types of novelty-seeking behavior and individual state boredom during (...)
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