List of References

Here is an ongoing list of references used in articles that we think need citing.

Are Video Games Bad for Kids? Four Surprising Truths For Parents

  1. King, D. L., Delfabbro, P. H., Griffiths, M. D., & Gradisar, M. (2012). Assessing clinical trials of Internet addiction treatment: A systematic review and CONSORT evaluation. Clinical Psychology Review, 32(7), 577-590.
  2. Gentile, D. A., Bailey, K., Bavelier, D., Funk, J. B., Lloyd-Richardson, E. E., & Walsh, D. A. (2017). The state of the science about Internet Gaming Disorder as defined by DSM-5: implications and perspectives. Pediatrics, 140(Supplement 2), S81-S85.
  3. Kuss, D. J., & Griffiths, M. D. (2012). Internet gaming addiction: A systematic review of empirical research. International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, 10(2), 278-296.
  4. Lemmens, J. S., Valkenburg, P. M., & Peter, J. (2011). Development and validation of a game addiction scale for adolescents. Media Psychology, 14(3), 224-247.
  5. Rehbein, F., Kleimann, M., & Mößle, T. (2016). Prevalence and risk factors of video game dependency in adolescence: results of a German nationwide survey. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 19(9), 559-565.
  6. Wittek, C. T., Finserås, T. R., & Pallesen, S. (2016). Gaming at night: A study of the relationship between videogame use and sleep quality in preadolescents. Child & Youth Care Forum, 45(3), 409-423.
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Limiting Family Screen Time: Nineteen Ways You Can Take Control Back

  1. McDaniel, B. T., & Coyne, S. M. (2016). “Technoference”: The interference of technology in couple relationships and implications for women’s personal and relational well-being. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 5(1), 85-98.
  2. Roberts, J. A., & David, M. E. (2016). My life has become a major distraction from my cell phone: Partner phubbing and relationship satisfaction among romantic partners. Computers in Human Behavior, 54, 134-141.
  3. Przybylski, A. K., & Weinstein, N. (2013). Can you connect with me now? How the presence of mobile communication technology influences face-to-face conversation quality. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 30(3), 237-246.
  4. Coyne, S. M., Rogers, A. A., Zurcher, J. D., Stockdale, L. A., & Booth, M. (2019). Does cell phone use really affect our communication? Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 36(4), 1284-1298.
  5. Radesky, J. S., Kistin, C. J., Zuckerman, B., Nitzberg, K., Gross, J., Kaplan-Sanoff, M., … & Silverstein, M. (2014). Patterns of mobile device use by caregivers and children during meals in fast food restaurants. Pediatrics, 133(4), e843-e849.
  6. Christofides, E., Muise, A., & Desmarais, S. (2019). Capturing the social in “social media”: A review of research on social media and social capital. Social Science Computer Review, 37(1), 100-116.