E. W. J. Lee, S. S. Ho, and M. O. Lwin. 2017. “Explicating problematic social network sites use—A review of concepts, theoretical frameworks and future direction for communication theorizing.” New Media & Society, 19, Pp. 308-326.
X. Yang, A. S. F. Chua, E. W. J. Lee, and S. S. Ho. 2017. “Extending the cognitive mediation model: Examining factors associated with perceived familiarity and factual knowledge of nanotechnology.” Mass Communication and Society, 20, Pp. 403-426.
E. W. J. Lee, S. S. Ho, and M. O. Lwin. 2017. “Extending the social cognitive model—Examining external and personal antecedents of social network sites use among Singaporean adolescents.” Computers in Human Behavior, 67, Pp. 240-251.
S. S. Ho, M. O. Lwin, A. Z. H. Yee, and E. W. J. Lee. 2017. “Understanding factors associated with Singaporean adolescents’ privacy protection behavior using an extended theory of planned behavior.” Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 20, Pp. 572-579.
S. S. Ho, M. O. Lwin, and E. W. J. Lee. 2017. “Till logout do us part? Comparison of factors predicting excessive social network sites use and addiction between Singaporean adolescents and adults.” Computers in Human Behavior, 75, Pp. 632-642.
E. W. J. Lee, M. C. Shin, A. Kawaja, and S. S. Ho. 2016. “The augmented cognitive mediation model: Examining antecedents of factual and structural breast cancer knowledge among Singaporean women.” Journal of Health Communication, 21, Pp. 583-592.
S. S. Ho, E. W. J. Lee, K. Ng, G. Leong, and T. Tham. 2016. “For fit's sake: A norms-based approach to healthy behaviors through influence of presumed media influence.” Health Communication, 31, Pp. 1072-1080.
S. S. Ho, E. W. J. Lee, and Y. Liao. 2016. “Social network sites, friends, and celebrities: The roles of social comparison and celebrity involvement in adolescents’ body image dissatisfaction.” Social Media + Society, 2, 3, Pp. 1-11.
S. S. Ho, B. H. Detenber, R. Rosenthal, and E. W. J. Lee. 2014. “Seeking information about climate change: Effects of media use in an extended PRISM.” Science Communication, 36, Pp. 270-295.
E. W. J. Lee, S. S. Ho, J. K. Chow, Y. Y. Wu, and Z. X. Yang. 2013. “Communication and knowledge as motivators: Understanding Singaporean women's perceived risks of breast cancer and intentions to engage in preventive measures.” Journal of Risk Research, 16, Pp. 879-902.