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Julia Brailovskaia
Julia Brailovskaia
PhD, Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
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The effects of daily stress on positive and negative mental health: Mediation through self-efficacy
P Schönfeld, J Brailovskaia, A Bieda, XC Zhang, J Margraf
International journal of clinical and health psychology 16 (1), 1-10, 2016
4632016
Facebook addiction disorder (FAD) among German students—a longitudinal approach
J Brailovskaia, J Margraf
PloS one 12 (12), e0189719, 2017
2092017
Predicting adaptive and maladaptive responses to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak: A prospective longitudinal study
J Brailovskaia, J Margraf
International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology 20 (3), 183-191, 2020
1692020
Tell me why are you using social media (SM)! Relationship between reasons for use of SM, SM flow, daily stress, depression, anxiety, and addictive SM use–An exploratory …
J Brailovskaia, H Schillack, J Margraf
Computers in human behavior 113, 106511, 2020
1622020
Universal happiness? Cross-cultural measurement invariance of scales assessing positive mental health.
A Bieda, G Hirschfeld, P Schönfeld, J Brailovskaia, XC Zhang, J Margraf
Psychological assessment 29 (4), 408, 2017
1602017
Comparing Facebook users and Facebook non-users: Relationship between personality traits and mental health variables–an exploratory study
J Brailovskaia, J Margraf
PloS one 11 (12), e0166999, 2016
1582016
The relationship between burden caused by coronavirus (Covid-19), addictive social media use, sense of control and anxiety
J Brailovskaia, J Margraf
Computers in Human Behavior 119, 106720, 2021
1532021
The relationship between daily stress, social support and Facebook Addiction Disorder
J Brailovskaia, E Rohmann, HW Bierhoff, H Schillack, J Margraf
Psychiatry research 276, 167-174, 2019
1452019
Less Facebook use–More well-being and a healthier lifestyle? An experimental intervention study
J Brailovskaia, F Ströse, H Schillack, J Margraf
Computers in Human Behavior 108, 106332, 2020
1422020
Cyberbullying, positive mental health and suicide ideation/behavior
J Brailovskaia, T Teismann, J Margraf
Psychiatry research 267, 240-242, 2018
1322018
Behavioral measures to fight COVID-19: An 8-country study of perceived usefulness, adherence and their predictors
J Margraf, J Brailovskaia, S Schneider
Plos one 15 (12), e0243523, 2020
1272020
Positive mental health moderates the association between depression and suicide ideation: A longitudinal study
T Teismann, T Forkmann, J Brailovskaia, P Siegmann, H Glaesmer, ...
International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology 18 (1), 1-7, 2018
1242018
Cross-cultural narcissism on Facebook: Relationship between self-presentation, social interaction and the open and covert narcissism on a social networking site in Germany and …
J Brailovskaia, HW Bierhoff
Computers in Human Behavior 55, 251-257, 2016
1162016
Physical activity mediates the association between daily stress and Facebook addiction disorder (FAD)–A longitudinal approach among German students
J Brailovskaia, T Teismann, J Margraf
Computers in Human Behavior 86, 199-204, 2018
1112018
The association between depression symptoms, psychological burden caused by Covid-19 and physical activity: An investigation in Germany, Italy, Russia, and Spain
J Brailovskaia, F Cosci, G Mansueto, M Miragall, R Herrero, RM Baños, ...
Psychiatry Research 295, 113596, 2021
1052021
Happiness, life satisfaction and positive mental health: Investigating reciprocal effects over four years in a Chinese student sample
A Bieda, G Hirschfeld, P Schönfeld, J Brailovskaia, M Lin, J Margraf
Journal of Research in Personality 78, 198-209, 2019
1032019
A cross-cultural study in Germany, Russia, and China: are resilient and social supported students protected against depression, anxiety, and stress?
J Brailovskaia, P Schönfeld, XC Zhang, A Bieda, Y Kochetkov, J Margraf
Psychological reports 121 (2), 265-281, 2018
1012018
Resilience to suicide ideation: A cross‐cultural test of the buffering hypothesis
P Siegmann, T Teismann, N Fritsch, T Forkmann, H Glaesmer, XC Zhang, ...
Clinical psychology & psychotherapy 25 (1), e1-e9, 2018
1012018
Relationships between addictive Facebook use, depressiveness, insomnia, and positive mental health in an inpatient sample: A German longitudinal study
J Brailovskaia, E Rohmann, HW Bierhoff, J Margraf, V Köllner
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 8 (4), 703-713, 2019
982019
What does media use reveal about personality and mental health? An exploratory investigation among German students
J Brailovskaia, J Margraf
PloS one 13 (1), e0191810, 2018
972018
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