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Romera, Eva M.: Camacho, Antonio: Ortega-Ruiz, Rosario: Falla, Daniel: Cybergossip, cyberaggression, problematic Internet use and family communication. [2021]
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Bejarano, Carolina M.: Carlson, Jordan A.: Conway, Terry L.: Saelens, Brian E.: Glanz, Karen: u. a.: Physical activity, sedentary time, and diet as mediators of the association between TV time and BMI in youth. [2021]
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Hall, Jeffrey A.: Pennington, Natalie: Holmstrom, Amanda J.: Connecting through technology during COVID-19. [2021]
Stoilova, Mariya: Nandagiri, Rishita: Livingstone, Sonia: Children's understanding of personal data and privacy online - a systematic evidence mapping. [2021]
Niiranen, Janette: Kiviruusu, Olli: Vornanen, Riitta: Saarenpaeae-Heikkilae, Outi: Paavonen, E. Juulia: High-dose electronic media use in five-year-olds and its association with their psychosocial symptoms: a cohort study. [2021]
Rideout, Victoria: Fox, Susannah: Peebles, Alanna: Robb, Michael B.: Coping with COVID-19: How young people use digital media to manage their mental health. [2021]
Nunez-Gomez, Patricia: Ortega-Mohedano, Felix: Larranaga-Martinez, Kepa: Habits of use and consumption of smart screens among children from 7 to 9 years old in Spain. [2021]
Simanjuntak, Aurora: Purnawan, Ni Luh Ramaswati: Pradipta, Ade Devia: The effect of online game violence exposure on teenagers' aggressive behavior. [2021]
Sakya, Surav Man: Van Scoy, Lauren Jodi: Garman, John C.: Miller, Erin L.: Snyder, Bethany: u.a.: The impact of COVID-19-related changes in media consumption on public knowledge: results of a cross-sectional survey of Pennsylvania adults. [2021]
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