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2017 De Cock N., Vangeel J., Lachat C. et. al. Journal article

Use of Fitness and Nutrition Apps: Associations With Body Mass Index, Snacking, and Drinking Habits in Adolescents

2019 Rousseau A., Frison E., Eggermont S. Journal article

The reciprocal relations between facebook relationship maintenance behaviors and adolescents’ closeness to friends

2020 Vangeel L., Trekels J., Eggermont S. et. al. Journal article

Adolescents’ Objectification of Their Same-Sex Friends: Indirect Relationships With Media Use Through SelfObjectification, Rewarded Appearance Ideals, and Online Appearance Conversations

2018 Trekels J., Karsay K., Eggermont S. et. al. Journal article

How Social and Mass Media Relate to Youth’s Self-Sexualization: Taking a Cross-National Perspective on Rewarded Appearance Ideals

2016 Frison E., Subrahmanyam K., Eggermont S. Journal article

The Short-Term Longitudinal and Reciprocal Relations Between Peer Victimization on Facebook and Adolescents’ Well-Being

2017 Frison E., Eggermont S. Journal article

Browsing, Posting, and Liking on Instagram: The Reciprocal Relationships Between Different Types of Instagram Use and Adolescents' Depressed Mood

2016 Frison E., Eggermont S. Journal article

Gender and Facebook motives as predictors of specific types of Facebook use: A latent growth curve analysis in adolescence

2016 Frison E., Eggermont S. Journal article

“Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger”: Negative Comparison on Facebook and Adolescents' Life Satisfaction Are Reciprocally Related

2020 Hasebrink U., Lampert C., Thiel K. Report and working paper

Orig. title: Digitale Teilhabe von Kindern und Jugendlichen. Ergebnisse der EU Kids Online-Befragung in Deutschland 2019

Engl. transl.: Digital participation of children and adolescents. Results from the EU Kids Online Survey in Germany 2019

2020 Oberlinner A., Stecher S., Gebel C. et. al. Short report

Orig. title: „Wenn er nicht in die Kamera schaut, ... ist es eine Lüge.“ Glaubwürdigkeit von YouTube-Videos aus Sicht von 10-bis 12-Jährigen. Ausgewählte Ergebnisse der Monitoringstudie.

Engl. transl.: "If he doesn't look at the camera, ... it's a lie." Credibility of YouTube videos from the point of view of 10- to 12-year-olds. Selected results from the monitoring study.