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Getting a High-Speed Family Connection: Associations between Family Media Use and Family Connection
Laura M. Padilla-Walker; Sarah M. Coyne; Ashley M. Fraser
Family Relations Vol. 61, No. 3 (July 2012) pp. 426–440
The way families have used the media has substantially changed over the past decade. Within the framework of family systems theory, this paper examines the relations between family media use and family connection in a sample of 453 adolescents (mean ...
Associations between Violent Video Gaming, Empathic Concern, and Prosocial Behavior toward Strangers, Friends, and Family Members
Ashley M. Fraser; Laura M. Padilla-Walker; Sarah M. Coyne; Larry J. Nelson; Laura A. Stockdale
Journal of Youth and Adolescence Vol. 41, No. 5 (May 2012) pp. 636–649
Exposure to media violence, including violent video gaming, can have a cognitive desensitization effect, lowering empathic concern for others in need. Since emerging adulthood offers increased opportunities to volunteer, strengthen relationships,...
"Media Time = Family Time": Positive Media Use in Families with Adolescents
Sarah M. Coyne; Laura M. Padilla-Walker; Ashley M. Fraser; Kaylene Fellows; Randal D. Day
Journal of Adolescent Research Vol. 29, No. 5 (September 2014) pp. 663–688
Media use in families has generally been examined from a narrow viewpoint, focusing on monitoring or co-viewing. The current research provides an expanded view of positive media use in families with adolescents by examining associations between...
Parents and Adolescents Growing up in the Digital Age: Latent Growth Curve Analysis of Proactive Media Monitoring
Laura M. Padilla-Walker; Sarah M. Coyne; Ashley M. Fraser; W Justin Dyer; Jeremy B. Yorgason
Journal of Adolescence Vol. 35, No. 5 (October 2012) pp. 1153–1165
The current study examined how parents' use of restrictive and active monitoring and deference changed over three years, and examined both adolescent and parent characteristics as predictors of initial levels of media monitoring, as well as change...