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Journal of Educational Computing Research

2012 Volume 46, Number 4

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Number of articles: 5

  1. The Impact of Pathological Levels of Internet-Related Anxiety on Internet Usage

    Mark Brosnan, Richard Joiner, Jeff Gavin, Charles Crook, Pam Maras, Jane Guiller & Adrian J. Scott

    This article compares the use of the Internet during the first year of university education of students who have pathological levels of Internet anxiety with those who do not. Two hundred and... More

    pp. 341-356

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  2. Identifying Vulnerability Markers for Pathological Internet Use and Pathological Video-Game Playing within an Educational Context

    Neal Hinvest & Mark Brosnan

    Information Communication Technology (ICT) is established within the education systems of most of the industrialized world, across the curriculum and across all ages. Learners, especially younger... More

    pp. 357-376

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  3. Facebook Use and the Tendency to Ruminate among College Students: Testing Mediational Hypotheses

    Sara M. Locatelli, Katharina Kluwe & Fred B. Bryant

    Studies have found that general use of Facebook influences subjective well-being. However, fewer studies have explored the impact of specific use behaviors, such as information posted in status... More

    pp. 377-394

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  4. Middle School Students' Perceptions of and Responses to Cyber Bullying

    Brett Holfeld & Mark Grabe

    This study explored the nature and extent of middle school students' (n = 665) experiences with cyber bullying. Approximately one in five students reported being cyber bullied in the past year,... More

    pp. 395-413

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  5. "Making Kind Cool": Parents' Suggestions for Preventing Cyber Bullying and Fostering Cyber Kindness

    Wanda Cassidy, Karen Brown & Margaret Jackson

    Cyber bullying among youth is rapidly becoming a global phenomenon, as educators, parents and policymakers grapple with trying to curtail this negative and sometimes devastating behavior. Since... More

    pp. 415-436

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