Research Publications

  1. Identifying commonalities and differences of personality characteristics in profiling Internet and social media addictions: Traits, self-esteem, and self-construal. Hawi, N.S., & Samaha, M. (2018). Behaviour & Information Technology, Taylor & Francis.

  2. Internet gaming disorder in Lebanon: Relationships with age, sleep habits, and academic achievement. Hawi, N. S., Samaha, M., & Griffiths, M. D. (2018). Journal of behavioral addictions, Akadémiai Kiadó, 7 (1): 70-78.

  3. The relations among social media addiction, self-esteem and life satisfaction in university students. Hawi, N.S. & Samaha, M. (2017). Social Science Computer Review, Sage Publisher, 35 (5): 576-586.

  4. Relationships among smartphone addiction, anxiety, and family relations. Hawi, N.S., & Samaha, M. (2017). Behaviour & Information Technology, Taylor & Francis, 36 (10): 1-7

  5. Validation of the Arabic version of the Internet Gaming Disorder-20 Test. Hawi, N.S., & Samaha, M. (2017). Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, Mary Ann Liebert, 20(4): 268-272.

  6. Associations between screen media parenting practices and children’s screen time in Lebanon. Samaha, M., & Hawi, N.S. (2017).Telematics and Informatics, Elsevier, 34(1): 351-358.

  7. Analysis using spectral clustering to predict Internet gaming behaviours. Proceedings of the 21st International Database Engineering & Applications Symposium, Bristol, UK. ACM Press. Hawi, N.S., & Samaha, M. (2017).

  8. A spectral clustering approach to determine the relationship between technology use and academic performance. Hawi, N.S., & Samaha, M. (2017). Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Applied Electrical Engineering and Computing Technologies (AEECT), Jordan.

  9. Relationships among smartphone addiction, stress, academic performance, and satisfaction with life. Samaha, M., & Hawi, N.S. (2016). Computers in Human Behavior, Elsevier, 57: 321-325.

  10. To excel or not to excel: Strong evidence on the adverse effect of smartphone addiction on academic performance. Hawi, N.S., & Samaha, M. (2016). Computers & Education, Elsevier, 98: 81-89.

  11. Effects of technologies on 9-year old children. In Arab Conference on Information Technology. Morocco. Hawi, N.S., & Samaha, M. (2016).

  12. Impact of e-Discipline on Children’s Screen Time. Hawi, N.S., & Rupert, M.S. (2015). Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, Mary Ann Liebert, 8(6): 337-342.

  13. Polish validation of the Internet Addiction Test. Computers in Human Behavior, Elsevier, 48: 548-553. Hawi, N.S., Blachnio, A., & Przepiorka, A. (2015).

  14. Exploring the Online Cognition Scale in a Polish sample. Błachnio, A., Przepiórka, A., & Hawi, N.S. (2015). Computers in Human Behavior, 51: 470-475.

  15. Intelligent Agent for Diagnosis and Counseling Internet Addicts Using Bayesian Networks. Hawi, N.S. (2014). Global Journal on Technology (6).

  16. Learning programming: A model emerging from data. Hawi, N.S. (2014). International Journal of Computer Applications. 100(4), 24-34.

  17. Arabic validation of the Internet addiction test. Hawi, N.S. (2013). Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 16(3): 200-204.

  18. Knowledge mining from human interactions with the Internet. Hawi, N. S. (April, 2013). Proceedings of the 3rd World Conference on Innovation and Computer Science, 26th to 29th of April 2013, Antalya, Turkey.

  19. Internet addiction among adolescents in Lebanon. Hawi, N.S. (2012). Computers in Human Behavior, 28(3): 1044-1053.

  20. Search by role: A new paradigm to search by similar users using social information. Rana Chamsi Abu Quba, Maya Samaha Rupert, Salima Hassas. (2012). Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Agents (ISA), Lisbon, Portugal.

  21. A CAD (classroom assessment design) of a computer programming course. Hawi, N. S. (2012)US-China Education Review B, David Publishing, 2(1), 41-49.

  22. Hawi, N.S. (2010), Causal attributions of success and failure made by undergraduate students in an introductory level computer programming course, Computers & Education, Elsevier, 54(4), 1127-1136.

  23. Hawi, N.S. (2010), The exploration of student-centered approaches for the improvement of learning programming in higher education, US-China Education Review, David Publishing, 7(9), 47-57.

  24. Lecture Notes in Computer Science Maya Rupert, Salima Hassas (2010) Building Users Profiles from Clustering Resources in Collaborative Tagging Systems.

  25. Maya Rupert, Carlos Li, Salima Hassas (2008) An Organisational Multi-Agent Systems Approach for Designing Collaborative Tagging Systems. Proceedings of the 2008 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence and Intelligent Agent Technology, Sydney, Australia pp.114-117 (IEEE Computer Society Press ed.)

  26. The web from a Complex Adaptive Systems perspective. The Journal of Computer and System Sciences (Elsevier), volume 74, issue 2, March 2008, Pages 133-145, Academic Press, Inc . Maya Rupert, Salima Hassas, Amjad Rattrout (2008)

  27. Hawi, N. S. (September, 2008). Globalization: A Fourth Dimension of Attribution Theory. The BERA Annual Conference 2008, Edinburgh, Scotland.

  28. Maya Rupert, S. Hassas, C. Li, and J. Sherwood, (2007) Simulation of Online Communities Using MAS Social and Spatial Organisations. International Journal of Computational Intelligence, vol. 4, pp. 183-188, 2007.

  29. Social and Spatial Organisations in Multi-Agent Systems Proceedings of the IADIS International conference on Intelligent Systems and Agents (ISA) Lisbon, Portugal. Maya Rupert, Salima Hassas, Carlos Li, Richard Paweska (2007)

  30. The Web and Complex Adaptive Systems 20th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications Volume 2 (AINA 2006) pp.:200-204, Austria. (IEEE Computer Society Press ed.)Maya Rupert, Salima Hassas, Amjad Rattrout (2006)

  31. Hawi, N. S. (July, 2004). An exploration of the application of learner-centered approaches to the improvement of educational practice in an undergraduate language programming course. Proceedings of Directions in Educational Research 2004: Postgraduate Perspectives, Leicester, England.