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First, Jennifer M.: Shin, Haejung: Ranjit, Yerina S.: Houston, J. Brian: COVID-19 stress and depression: Examining social media, traditional media, and interpersonal communication. [2021]
Ross, Alexandra C.: Moss, Ilana K.: Schwartz, David: Luo, Tana: Mali, Luiza V.: u.a.: Associations between off-line social functioning and online social network interactions among emerging adults. [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]
Chyzzy, Barbara: Nelson, LaRon E.: Stinson, Jennifer: Vigod, Simone: Dennis, Cindy-Lee: Adolescent mothers' perceptions of a mobile phone-based peer support intervention. [2020]
Vannucci, Anna: Ohannessian, Christine MacCauley: Gagnon, Sonja: Use of multiple social media platforms in relation to psychological functioning in emerging adults. [2019]
MacAnally, Helena M.: Young, Tamara: Hancox, Robert J.: Childhood and adolescent television viewing and internalising disorders in adulthood. [2019]
Zink, Jennifer: Belcher, Britni R.: Kechter, Afton: Stone, Matthew D.: Leventhal, Adam M.: Reciprocal associations between screen time and emotional disorder symptoms during adolescence. [2019]
Zhang, Jie: Hu, Hang: Hennessy, Dwight: Zhao, Sibo: Zhang, Yiwen: Digital media and depressive symptoms among Chinese adolescents: A cross-sectional study. [2019]
Boers, Elroy: Afzali, Mohammad H.: Newton, Nicola: Conrod, Patricia: Association of screen time and depression in adolescence. [2019]
Chiang, Jeng-Tung: Chang, Fong-Ching: Lee, Kun-Wei: Hsu, Szu-Yuan: Transitions in smartphone addiction proneness among children: The effect of gender and use patterns. [2019]
Gitlow, Lynn: Janney, Blaire: Lemery, Caitlyn: MacDonald, Julianne: MacGinley, Bethany: u.a.: How college students diagnosed with anxiety disorders and/or depression use everyday technology. [2019]
Hennefield, Laura: Whalen, Diana J.: Wood, Grace: Chavarria, Mary C.: Luby, Joan L.: Changing conceptions of death as a function of depression status, suicidal ideation, and media exposure in early childhood. [2019]
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