Emily Weinstein
Emily Weinstein
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The social media see-saw: Positive and negative influences on adolescents’ affective well-being
E Weinstein
New media & society 20 (10), 3597-3623, 2018
Digital life and youth well-being, social connectedness, empathy, and narcissism
C James, K Davis, L Charmaraman, S Konrath, P Slovak, E Weinstein, ...
Pediatrics 140 (Supplement_2), S71-S75, 2017
Adolescents' differential responses to social media browsing: Exploring causes and consequences for intervention
E Weinstein
Computers in Human Behavior 76, 396-405, 2017
Digital stress: Adolescents’ personal accounts
EC Weinstein, RL Selman
new media & society 18 (3), 391-409, 2016
The personal is political on social media: Online civic expression patterns and pathways among civically engaged youth
EC Weinstein
International journal of communication 8, 24, 2014
Teaching digital citizens in today’s world: Research and insights behind the Common Sense K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum
C James, E Weinstein, K Mendoza
Common Sense Media, 2021-08, 2019
Identity development in the digital age: An Eriksonian perspective
K Davis, E Weinstein
Identity, sexuality, and relationships among emerging adults in the digital …, 2017
How to cope with digital stress: The recommendations adolescents offer their peers online
EC Weinstein, RL Selman, S Thomas, JE Kim, AE White, K Dinakar
Journal of Adolescent Research 31 (4), 415-441, 2016
Positive and negative uses of social media among adolescents hospitalized for suicidal behavior
E Weinstein, EM Kleiman, PJ Franz, VW Joyce, CC Nash, RJ Buonopane, ...
Journal of Adolescence 87, 63-73, 2021
A decline in creativity? It depends on the domain
EC Weinstein, Z Clark, DJ DiBartolomeo, K Davis
Creativity research journal 26 (2), 174-184, 2014
Shelter in place, connect online: Trending TikTok content during the early days of the US Covid-19 pandemic
Z Unni, E Weinstein
Journal of adolescent health 68 (5), 863-868, 2021
China's Space and Counterspace Capabilities and Activities
MA Stokes, G Alvarado, E Weinstein, I Easton
US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, 2020
A hush falls over the crowd: Diminished online civic expression among young civic actors
EC Weinstein, M Rundle, C James
International Journal of Communication 9, 23, 2015
Introduction to special issue: Adolescent and emerging adult development in an age of social media
K Davis, L Charmaraman, E Weinstein
Journal of Adolescent Research 35 (1), 3-15, 2020
Stacked generalization learning to analyze teenage distress
K Dinakar, E Weinstein, H Lieberman, R Selman
Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media 8 …, 2014
Romantic relationship advice from anonymous online helpers: The peer support adolescents exchange
JE Kim, EC Weinstein, RL Selman
Youth & Society 49 (3), 369-392, 2017
Behind their screens: What teens are facing (and adults are missing)
E Weinstein, C James
MIT Press, 2022
Small becomes big, fast: Adolescent perceptions of how social media features escalate online conflict to offline violence
C Elsaesser, DU Patton, E Weinstein, J Santiago, A Clarke, R Eschmann
Children and youth services review 122, 105898, 2021
China is fast outpacing US STEM PhD growth
R Zwetsloot, J Corrigan, E Weinstein, D Peterson, D Gehlhaus, ...
Center for Security and Emerging Technology, 2021
Adolescent friendship challenges in a digital context: Are new technologies game changers, amplifiers, or just a new medium?
AE White, E Weinstein, RL Selman
Convergence 24 (3), 269-288, 2018
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