Kaveri Subrahmanyam

Psychology California State University Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA, United States 
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Cino D, Demozzi S, Subrahmanyam K. (2020) “Why post more pictures if no one is looking at them?” Parents’ perception of the Facebook Like in sharenting The Communication Review. 1-23
Hatchel T, Negriff S, Subrahmanyam K. (2018) The relation between media multitasking, intensity of use, and well-being in a sample of ethnically diverse emerging adults Computers in Human Behavior. 81: 115-123
Hatchel T, Subrahmanyam K, Negriff S. (2018) Adolescent Peer Victimization and Internalizing Symptoms During Emerging Adulthood: The Role of Online and Offline Social Support Journal of Child and Family Studies. 28: 2456-2466
Uhls YT, Ellison NB, Subrahmanyam K. (2017) Benefits and Costs of Social Media in Adolescence. Pediatrics. 140: S67-S70
Anderson DR, Subrahmanyam K. (2017) Digital Screen Media and Cognitive Development. Pediatrics. 140: S57-S61
Frison E, Subrahmanyam K, Eggermont S. (2016) The Short-Term Longitudinal and Reciprocal Relations Between Peer Victimization on Facebook and Adolescents' Well-Being. Journal of Youth and Adolescence
Michikyan M, Subrahmanyam K, Dennis J. (2015) A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words: A Mixed Methods Study of Online Self-Presentation in a Multiethnic Sample of Emerging Adults Identity. 15: 287-308
Subrahmanyam K, Renukarya B. (2015) Digital Games and Learning: Identifying Pathways of Influence Educational Psychologist. 50: 335-348
Tran P, Subrahmanyam K. (2013) Evidence-based guidelines for the informal use of computers by children to promote the development of academic, cognitive and social skills. Ergonomics. 56: 1349-62
Subrahmanyam K, Michikyan M, Clemmons C, et al. (2013) Learning from Paper, Learning from Screens International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology and Learning. 3: 1-27
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