Zhansheng Chen
Zhansheng Chen
Professor of Psychology, University of Hong Kong
Verified email at hku.hk
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When hurt will not heal: Exploring the capacity to relive social and physical pain
Z Chen, KD Williams, J Fitness, NC Newton
Psychological science 19 (8), 789-795, 2008
Ostracism increases social susceptibility
AR Carter‐Sowell, Z Chen, KD Williams
Social Influence 3 (3), 143-153, 2008
Feeling entitled to more: Ostracism increases dishonest behavior
KT Poon, Z Chen, CN DeWall
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (9), 1227-1239, 2013
The world in black and white: Ostracism enhances the categorical perception of social information
DF Sacco, JH Wirth, K Hugenberg, Z Chen, KD Williams
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 47 (4), 836-842, 2011
Fundamental (ist) attribution error: Protestants are dispositionally focused.
YJ Li, KA Johnson, AB Cohen, MJ Williams, ED Knowles, Z Chen
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 102 (2), 281, 2012
When destiny hurts: Implicit theories of relationships moderate aggressive responses to ostracism
Z Chen, CN DeWall, KT Poon, EW Chen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 1029-1036, 2012
Coping mediates the association between Type D personality and perceived health in Chinese patients with coronary heart disease
X Yu, Z Chen, J Zhang, X Liu
International journal of behavioral medicine 18 (3), 277-284, 2011
Social exclusion and consumer switching behavior: a control restoration mechanism
L Su, Y Jiang, Z Chen, CN DeWall
Journal of Consumer Research 44 (1), 99-117, 2017
Self-compassion decreases acceptance of own immoral behaviors
X Wang, Z Chen, KT Poon, F Teng, S Jin
Personality and Individual Differences 106, 329-333, 2017
Impact of money on emotional expression
Y Jiang, Z Chen, RS Wyer Jr
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 55, 228-233, 2014
When justice surrenders: The effect of just-world beliefs on aggression following ostracism
KT Poon, Z Chen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 52, 101-112, 2014
Does social support reduce distress caused by ostracism? It depends on the level of one's self-esteem
F Teng, Z Chen
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 48 (5), 1192-1195, 2012
When nature heals: Nature exposure moderates the relationship between ostracism and aggression
KT Poon, F Teng, WY Wong, Z Chen
Journal of Environmental Psychology 48, 159-168, 2016
Desiring to connect to nature: The effect of ostracism on ecological behavior
KT Poon, F Teng, JT Chow, Z Chen
Journal of Environmental Psychology 42, 116-122, 2015
Rejecting another pains the self: The impact of perceived future rejection
Z Chen, KT Poon, MJ Bernstein, F Teng
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 50, 225-233, 2014
Sinful flesh: Sexual objectification threatens women's moral self
Z Chen, F Teng, H Zhang
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (6), 1042-1048, 2013
Imagined future social pain hurts more now than imagined future physical pain
Z Chen, KD Williams
European Journal of Social Psychology 42 (3), 314-317, 2012
Opportunities and challenges for studying disaster survivors
JM Knack, Z Chen, KD Williams, LA Jensen‐Campbell
Analyses of social issues and public policy 6 (1), 175-189, 2006
Sexual objectification pushes women away: The role of decreased likability
F Teng, Z Chen, KT Poon, D Zhang
European Journal of Social Psychology 45 (1), 77-87, 2015
Assuring a sense of growth: A cognitive strategy to weaken the effect of cyber-ostracism on aggression
KT Poon, Z Chen
Computers in Human Behavior 57, 31-37, 2016
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