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Using media for coping: A scoping review
LN Wolfers, FM Schneider
Communication Research 48 (8), 1210-1234, 2021
1202021
Social media use, stress, and coping
LN Wolfers, S Utz
Current Opinion in Psychology 45, 101305, 2022
1112022
Phone use while parenting: An observational study to assess the association of maternal sensitivity and smartphone use in a playground setting
LN Wolfers, S Kitzmann, S Sauer, N Sommer
Computers in Human Behavior, 2019
892019
Do smartphones and social network sites become more important when experiencing stress? Results from longitudinal data
LN Wolfers, R Festl, S Utz
Computers in human behavior 109, 106339, 2020
542020
Parental mobile media use for coping with stress: A focus groups study
LN Wolfers
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 3 (2), 304-315, 2021
40*2021
Coping with COVID-19 stress: The role of media consumption in emotion-and problem-focused coping.
RL Nabi, LN Wolfers, N Walter, L Qi
Psychology of Popular Media 11 (3), 292, 2022
332022
How-to videos on YouTube: The role of the instructor
S Utz, LN Wolfers
Information, Communication & Society 25 (7), 959-974, 2022
222022
Does digital media use harm children’s emotional intelligence? A parental perspective
RL Nabi, LN Wolfers
Media and Communication 10 (1), 350-360, 2022
132022
The effects of situational and individual factors on algorithm acceptance in covid-19-related decision-making: A preregistered online experiment
S Utz, LN Wolfers, AS Goritz
Human-Machine Communication 3, 27-45, 2021
9*2021
Guidance in the chaos: Effects of science communication by virologists during the COVID-19 crisis in Germany and the role of parasocial phenomena
S Utz, F Gaiser, LN Wolfers
Public Understanding of Science 31 (6), 799-817, 2022
82022
Do you love your phone more than your child? The consequences of norms and guilt around maternal smartphone use
LN Wolfers, R Wendt, D Becker, S Utz
Human Communication Research 49 (3), 285-295, 2023
72023
Conditionally helpful? The influence of person-, situation-, and device-specific factors on maternal smartphone use for stress coping and on coping effectiveness
LN Wolfers, S Utz, R Wendt, J Honecker
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 2023
42023
Perspektiven und Trends der Privatheit
M Braun, T von Pape, L Wolfers, D Teutsch, S Trepte
Privatheit und selbstbestimmtes Leben in der digitalen Welt …, 2018
32018
Commentary: Technoference or parental phubbing? A call for greater conceptual and operational clarity of parental smartphone use around children
M Frackowiak, C Ochs, L Wolfers, M Vanden Abeele
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2023
22023
Online stress and offline stress: Uniqueness, differences, and cumulative effect on multiple well-being outcomes
S Huang, X Lai, L Wolfers, Y Li, X Dai, X Zhao, H Wu, S Song, H Wang, ...
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 18 (2), 2024
2024
The Smartphone as Physical Object: Advancing The Debate on Problematic Smartphone Use
LN Wolfers, K Karsay
The Mobile Media Debate: Challenging Viewpoints Across Epistemologies, 37-51, 2024
2024
Too Much Screen Time or Too Much Guilt? How Child Screen Time and Parental Screen Guilt Affect Parental Stress and Relationship Satisfaction
LN Wolfers, RL Nabi, N Walter
Media Psychology, 1-32, 2024
2024
Social Media Use and Patterns of Emotional Experience
RL Nabi, L Wolfers, J King
Emotions in the Digital World: Exploring Affective Experience and Expression …, 2023
2023
ChatGPT Use in the Netherlands
L Wolfers, S Baumgartner, R Azrout, R Dubel, ZMC van Berlo, J Jonkman
OSF, 2023
2023
ASCoR 25-year collaborative survey Wave 2
L Wolfers, ZMC van Berlo, J Jonkman, R Azrout, R Dubel
OSF, 2023
2023
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