Laura Stockdale
Laura Stockdale
Research Associate, Brigham Young University
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“I luv u:)!”: A descriptive study of the media use of individuals in romantic relationships
SM Coyne, L Stockdale, D Busby, B Iverson, DM Grant
Family Relations 60 (2), 150-162, 2011
Game on… girls: Associations between co-playing video games and adolescent behavioral and family outcomes
SM Coyne, LM Padilla-Walker, L Stockdale, RD Day
Journal of Adolescent Health 49 (2), 160-165, 2011
Does time spent using social media impact mental health?: An eight year longitudinal study
SM Coyne, AA Rogers, JD Zurcher, L Stockdale, MC Booth
Computers in Human Behavior 104, 106160, 2020
Associations between violent video gaming, empathic concern, and prosocial behavior toward strangers, friends, and family members
AM Fraser, LM Padilla-Walker, SM Coyne, LJ Nelson, LA Stockdale
Journal of youth and adolescence 41 (5), 636-649, 2012
Video game addiction in emerging adulthood: Cross-sectional evidence of pathology in video game addicts as compared to matched healthy controls
L Stockdale, SM Coyne
Journal of affective disorders 225, 265-272, 2018
Is Disney the nicest place on earth? A content analysis of prosocial behavior in animated Disney films
LM Padilla-Walker, SM Coyne, AM Fraser, LA Stockdale
Journal of Communication 63 (2), 393-412, 2013
Parent and child technoference and socioemotional behavioral outcomes: A nationally representative study of 10-to 20-year-old adolescents
LA Stockdale, SM Coyne, LM Padilla-Walker
Computers in Human Behavior 88, 219-226, 2018
Profanity in media associated with attitudes and behavior regarding profanity use and aggression
SM Coyne, LA Stockdale, DA Nelson, A Fraser
Pediatrics 128 (5), 867-872, 2011
Gaming in the game of love: Effects of video games on conflict in couples
SM Coyne, D Busby, BJ Bushman, DA Gentile, R Ridge, L Stockdale
Family Relations 61 (3), 388-396, 2012
“Do you dare to compare?” Associations between maternal social comparisons on social networking sites and parenting, mental health, and romantic relationship outcomes
SM Coyne, BT McDaniel, LA Stockdale
Computers in Human Behavior 70, 335-340, 2017
A friend request from dear old dad: Associations between parent–child social networking and adolescent outcomes
SM Coyne, LM Padilla-Walker, RD Day, J Harper, L Stockdale
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (1), 8-13, 2014
Problematic cell phone use, depression, anxiety, and self-regulation: Evidence from a three year longitudinal study from adolescence to emerging adulthood
SM Coyne, L Stockdale, K Summers
Computers in Human Behavior 96, 78-84, 2019
Adolescents' prosocial responses to ostracism: An experimental study
SM Coyne, N Gundersen, DA Nelson, L Stockdale
The journal of social psychology 151 (5), 657-661, 2011
Violent video games, externalizing behavior, and prosocial behavior: A five-year longitudinal study during adolescence.
SM Coyne, WA Warburton, LW Essig, LA Stockdale
Developmental psychology 54 (10), 1868, 2018
Pow! Boom! Kablam! Effects of viewing superhero programs on aggressive, prosocial, and defending behaviors in preschool children
SM Coyne, L Stockdale, JR Linder, DA Nelson, KM Collier, LW Essig
Journal of abnormal child psychology 45 (8), 1523-1535, 2017
Bored and online: Reasons for using social media, problematic social networking site use, and behavioral outcomes across the transition from adolescence to emerging adulthood
LA Stockdale, SM Coyne
Journal of Adolescence 79, 173-183, 2020
“A helluva read”: profanity in adolescent literature
SM Coyne, M Callister, LA Stockdale, DA Nelson, BM Wells
Mass Communication and Society 15 (3), 360-383, 2012
A mean read: Aggression in adolescent English literature
SM Coyne, M Callister, T Pruett, DA Nelson, L Stockdale, BM Wells
Journal of Children and Media 5 (4), 411-425, 2011
Borderline personality disorder features, jealousy, and cyberbullying in adolescence
LA Stockdale, SM Coyne, DA Nelson, DH Erickson
Personality and Individual Differences 83, 148-153, 2015
A content analysis of the prevalence and portrayal of sexual activity in adolescent literature
M Callister, SM Coyne, LA Stern, L Stockdale, MJ Miller, BM Wells
Journal of Sex Research 49 (5), 477-486, 2012
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