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Galbava, Simona: Machackova, Hana: Dedkova, Lenka: Cyberostracism: Emotional and behavioral consequences in social media interactions. [2021]
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Cabanas-Sanchez, Veronica: Garcia-Cervantes, Laura: Esteban-Gonzalo, Laura: Grao-Cruces, Alberto: Carbonell-Baeza, Ana: Veiga, Oscar L.: Are parental rules regarding screen behaviors associated with youth' sedentary behavior? The UP&DOWN study. [2020]
Trueltzsch-Wijnen, Christine W.: Medienhandeln zwischen Kompetenz, Performanz und Literacy. [2020]
Ooi, Laura L.: Rose-Krasnor, Linda: Shapira, Marina: Coplan, Robert J.: Parental beliefs about young children's leisure activity involvement. [2020]
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