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Cyberbullying: Predicting victimisation and perpetration
M Walrave, W Heirman
Children & Society 25 (1), 59-72, 2011
5982011
Predicting adolescent perpetration in cyberbullying: An application of the theory of planned behavior
W Heirman, M Walrave
Psicothema 24 (4), 614-620, 2012
3832012
Assessing concerns and issues about the mediation of technology in cyberbullying.
W Heirman, M Walrave
Cyberpsychology 2 (2), 2008
2452008
Under pressure to sext? Applying the theory of planned behaviour to adolescent sexting
M Walrave, W Heirman, L Hallam
Behaviour & Information Technology 33 (1), 86-98, 2014
2142014
Whether or not to engage in sexting: Explaining adolescent sexting behaviour by applying the prototype willingness model
M Walrave, K Ponnet, J Van Ouytsel, E Van Gool, W Heirman, A Verbeek
Telematics and Informatics 32 (4), 796-808, 2015
1792015
The association between adolescent sexting, psychosocial difficulties, and risk behavior: Integrative review
J Van Ouytsel, M Walrave, K Ponnet, W Heirman
The Journal of School Nursing 31 (1), 54-69, 2015
1682015
Connecting and protecting? Comparing predictors of self-disclosure and privacy settings use between adolescents and adults
M Walrave, I Vanwesenbeeck, W Heirman
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 6 (1), 2012
1672012
# Smiling,# venting, or both? Adolescents’ social sharing of emotions on social media
A Vermeulen, H Vandebosch, W Heirman
Computers in Human Behavior 84, 211-219, 2018
1582018
A qualitative study into parental mediation of adolescents' internet use
K Symons, K Ponnet, M Walrave, W Heirman
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 423-432, 2017
1492017
Sharenting, is it a good or a bad thing? Understanding how adolescents think and feel about sharenting on social network sites
K Verswijvel, M Walrave, K Hardies, W Heirman
Children and youth services review 104, 104401, 2019
1292019
Sexting scripts in adolescent relationships: Is sexting becoming the norm?
K Symons, K Ponnet, M Walrave, W Heirman
New Media & Society 20 (10), 3836-3857, 2018
1222018
Parental knowledge of adolescents’ online content and contact risks
K Symons, K Ponnet, K Emmery, M Walrave, W Heirman
Journal of youth and adolescence 46, 401-416, 2017
962017
Predicting adolescents' disclosure of personal information in exchange for commercial incentives: An application of an extended theory of planned behavior
W Heirman, M Walrave, K Ponnet
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (2), 81-87, 2013
962013
A factorial validation of parental mediation strategies with regard to internet use
K Symons, K Ponnet, K Emmery, M Walrave, W Heirman
Psychologica Belgica 57 (2), 93, 2017
852017
Predicting students’ intention to use stimulants for academic performance enhancement
K Ponnet, E Wouters, M Walrave, W Heirman, G Van Hal
Substance Use & Misuse 50 (3), 275-282, 2015
722015
Adolescents, online marketing and privacy: predicting adolescents’ willingness to disclose personal information for marketing purposes
M Walrave, W Heirman
Children & Society 27 (6), 434-447, 2013
592013
Cyberbullying-entrenched or cyberbully-free classrooms? A class network and class composition approach
W Heirman, S Angelopoulos, D Wegge, H Vandebosch, S Eggermont, ...
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (3), 260-277, 2015
502015
Applying the theory of planned behavior to adolescents’ acceptance of online friendship requests sent by strangers
W Heirman, M Walrave, A Vermeulen, K Ponnet, H Vandebosch, ...
Telematics and Informatics 33 (4), 1119-1129, 2016
492016
Shall I call, text, post it online or just tell it face-to-face? How and why Flemish adolescents choose to share their emotions on-or offline
A Vermeulen, H Vandebosch, W Heirman
Journal of Children and Media 12 (1), 81-97, 2018
422018
Skutki cyberbullyingu–oskarżenie czy obrona technologii?
M Walrave, W Heirman
Dziecko krzywdzone. Teoria, badania, praktyka 8 (1), 27-46, 2009
382009
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