Samson Tse
Samson Tse
Professor & Faculty Associate Dean (Undergraduate Education), The University of Hong Kong
Verified email at hku.hk
TitleCited byYear
Uses and abuses of recovery: implementing recovery‐oriented practices in mental health systems
M Slade, M Amering, M Farkas, B Hamilton, M O'Hagan, G Panther, ...
World Psychiatry 13 (1), 12-20, 2014
4162014
Exploring personality characteristics of Chinese adolescents with internet-related addictive behaviors: Trait differences for gaming addiction and social networking addiction
CW Wang, RTH Ho, CLW Chan, S Tse
Addictive Behaviors 42, 32-35, 2015
1462015
Auckland Stroke Outcome Study: Part 1: Gender, stroke types, ethnicity, and functional outcomes
VL Feigin, S Barker-Collo, V Parag, H Senior, CMM Lawes, ...
Neurology 75 (2), 1597-1607, 2010
1412010
Can consumer-led mental health services be equally effective? An integrative review of CLMH services in high-income countries
C Doughty, S Tse
Community Mental Health Journal 47 (3), 252-266, 2011
1042011
Assessing social support among South Asians: The multidimensional scale of perceived social support
K Tonsing, GD Zimet, S Tse
Asian Journal of Psychiatry 5 (2), 164-168, 2012
912012
Exploration of Australian and New Zealand indigenous people's spirituality and mental health
S Tse, C Lloyd, L Petchkovsky, W Manaia
Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 52 (3), 181-187, 2005
912005
Key indicators of the transition from social to problem gambling
D Clarke, S Tse, M Abbott, S Townsend, P Kingi, W Manaia
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 4 (3), 247, 2006
732006
Meta‐analysis of predictors of favorable employment outcomes among individuals with bipolar disorder
S Tse, S Chan, KL Ng, LN Yatham
Bipolar Disorders, 2013
702013
Reasons for starting and continuing gambling in a mixed ethnic community sample of pathological and non-problem gamblers
D Clarke, S Tse, MW Abbott, S Townsend, P Kingi, W Manaia
International Gambling Studies 7 (3), 299-313, 2007
622007
Cultural icons and marketing of gambling
L Dyall, S Tse, A Kingi
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 7 (1), 84-96, 2009
612009
Gender, age, ethnic and occupational associations with pathological gambling in a New Zealand urban sample
D Clark, S Tse, M Abbott, S Townsend, P Kingi, W Manaia
New Zealand Journal of Psychology 35 (2), 84-91, 2006
612006
Gambling behavior and problems among older adults: A systematic review of empirical studies
S Tse, SI Hong, CW Wang, RM Cunningham-Williams
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2012
592012
Primary care patients reporting concerns about their gambling frequently have other co-occurring lifestyle and mental health issues
F Goodyear-Smith, B Arroll, N Kerse, S Sullivan, N Coupe, S Tse, ...
BMC Family Practice 7 (1), 25-30, 2006
542006
What helps people with bipolar affective disorder succeed in employment: A grounded theory approach
S Tse, M Yeats
Work 19 (1), 47-62, 2002
532002
Approaching in the right spirit: Spirituality and hope in recovery from mental health problems
H Bassett, CA Lloyd, S Tse
International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 15 (6), 254-261, 2008
502008
Asian health in New Zealand—progress and challenges
K Rasanathan, S Ameratunga, S Tse
New Zealand Medical Journal, 119 (1244), 1-8, 2006
502006
Recovery in Hong Kong: Service user participation in mental health services
S Tse, E Cheung, A Kan, R Ng, S Yau
International Review of Psychiatry 24 (1), 40-47, 2012
492012
Community participation and social inclusion: How practitioners can make a difference
C Lloyd, S Tse, FP Deane
Australian e-Journal for the Advancement of Mental Health 5 (3), http://www …, 2006
412006
How does work work for people with bipolar affective disorder?
SS Tse, AES Walsh
Occupational Therapy International 8 (3), 210-225, 2001
382001
Examination of Chinese gambling problems through a socio-historical-cultural perspective.
S Tse, ACH Yu, F Rossen, CW Wang
The Scientific World Journal 10, 1694–1704, 2010
372010
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