Browsing by Author Malik, Shelly

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2020Association between food availability and young people's fruits and vegetables consumption: understanding the mediation role of the theory of planned behaviourLwin, May Oo ; Malik, Shelly; Lau, Jerrald
 2022The associations between mobile media use and food consumption in parent-child dyadsLu, Jiahui; Cayabyab, Ysa Marie; Malik, Shelly; Lwin, May Oo
2014Can exergames impart health messages? game play, framing, and drivers of physical activity among childrenLwin, May Oo; Malik, Shelly
 2012The efficacy of exergames-incorporated physical education lessons in influencing drivers of physical activityn : a comparison of children and pre-adolescentsLwin, May Oo; Malik, Shelly
2012Examining education and newsroom work experience as predictors of communication students’ perceptions of journalism ethicsDetenber, Benjamin H.; Cenite, Mark; Malik, Shelly; Neo, Rachel L.
2012Influence of value predispositions, interpersonal contact, and mediated exposure on public attitudes toward homosexuals in SingaporeDetenber, Benjamin H.; Ho, Shirley S.; Neo, Rachel L.; Malik, Shelly; Cenite, Mark
 2020A macro-level assessment of introducing children food advertising restrictions on children’s unhealthy food cognitions and behaviorsLwin, May Oo; Yee, Andrew Zi Han; Lau, Jerrald; Ng, Janelle S.; Lam, Jocelin Y.; Cayabyab, Ysa Marie; Malik, Shelly; Vijaya K.
2013Migrant mothering and mobile phones : negotiations of transnational identityChib, Arul; Malik, Shelly; Aricat, Rajiv George; Siti Zubeidah Kadir
2014Rights versus morality : online debate about decriminalization of gay sex in SingaporeDetenber, Benjamin H.; Cenite, Mark; Zhou, Shuhua; Neo, Rachel L.; Malik, Shelly
2012The role of media exposure, peers, and family on body dissatisfaction amongst boys and girls in SingaporeLwin, May Oo; Malik, Shelly
2012The roles of value predispositions, communication, and third person perception on public support for censorship of films with homosexual contentMalik, Shelly; Ho, Shirley S.; Detenber, Benjamin H.; Neo, Rachel L.