Michel Walrave
Michel Walrave
Full professor of Communication Studies, Research Group MIOS, University of Antwerp
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Cyberbullying: Predicting victimisation and perpetration
M Walrave, W Heirman
Children & Society 25 (1), 59-72, 2011
Predicting adolescent perpetration in cyberbullying: An application of the theory of planned behavior
W Heirman, M Walrave
Psicothema 24 (4), 614-620, 2012
Sexting: Adolescents’ perceptions of the applications used for, motives for, and consequences of sexting
J Van Ouytsel, E Van Gool, M Walrave, K Ponnet, E Peeters
Journal of youth studies 20 (4), 446-470, 2017
Predicting consumer responses to a chatbot on Facebook
B Zarouali, E Van den Broeck, M Walrave, K Poels
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 21 (8), 491-497, 2018
Adoption of a contact tracing app for containing COVID-19: A health belief model approach
M Walrave, C Waeterloos, K Ponnet
JMIR public health and surveillance 6 (3), e20572, 2020
Assessing concerns and issues about the mediation of technology in cyberbullying.
W Heirman, M Walrave
Cyberpsychology 2 (2), 2008
Under pressure to sext? Applying the theory of planned behaviour on adolescent sexting.
M Walrave, W Heirman, L Hallam
Behaviour & Information Technology, 0
Brief report: The association between adolescents' characteristics and engagement in sexting
J Van Ouytsel, E Van Gool, K Ponnet, M Walrave
Journal of adolescence 37 (8), 1387-1391, 2014
Exploring the role of social networking sites within adolescent romantic relationships and dating experiences
J Van Ouytsel, E Van Gool, M Walrave, K Ponnet, E Peeters
Computers in Human Behavior 55, 76-86, 2016
Cyber dating abuse victimization among secondary school students from a lifestyle-routine activities theory perspective
J Van Ouytsel, K Ponnet, M Walrave
Journal of interpersonal violence 33 (17), 2767-2776, 2018
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
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
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
Ready or not for contact tracing? Investigating the adoption intention of COVID-19 contact-tracing technology using an extended unified theory of acceptance and use of …
M Walrave, C Waeterloos, K Ponnet
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 24 (6), 377-383, 2021
“Do you like cookies?” Adolescents' skeptical processing of retargeted Facebook-ads and the moderating role of privacy concern and a textual debriefing
B Zarouali, K Ponnet, M Walrave, K Poels
Computers in Human Behavior 69, 157-165, 2017
Like or dislike? Adolescents’ responses to personalized social network site advertising
M Walrave, K Poels, ML Antheunis, E Van den Broeck, G van Noort
Journal of marketing communications 24 (6), 599-616, 2018
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
Older and wiser? Facebook use, privacy concern, and privacy protection in the life stages of emerging, young, and middle adulthood
E Van den Broeck, K Poels, M Walrave
Social Media+ Society 1 (2), 2056305115616149, 2015
Adolescent sexting from a social learning perspective
J Van Ouytsel, K Ponnet, M Walrave, L d’Haenens
Telematics and Informatics 34 (1), 287-298, 2017
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
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