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A meta-analysis of serious digital games for healthy lifestyle promotion.
Cyberbullying on social network sites. An experimental study into bystanders' behavioural intentions to help the victim or reinforce the bully
Personal characteristics and contextual factors that determine "helping," "joining in," and "doing nothing" when witnessing cyberbullying.
It is found that bystanders' passive behaviors when confronted with cyberbullying could be explained in more detail by moral disengagement theory and other contextual factors.
Determinants of Self-Reported Bystander Behavior in Cyberbullying Incidents Amongst Adolescents
- A. DeSmet, Charlene Veldeman, I. Bourdeaudhuij
- PsychologyCyberpsychology Behav. Soc. Netw.
- 3 April 2014
The results suggest multilevel models for cyberbullying research, and interventions are needed, and the employed framework of the Integrative Model and Social Cognitive Theory may inspire future studies into bystander behavior.
Deciding whether to look after them, to like it, or leave it: A multidimensional analysis of predictors of positive and negative bystander behavior in cyberbullying among adolescents
Cyberbullying among youngsters: profiles of bullies and victims
A survey among 2052 primary and secondary school children reveals that cyberbullying among youngsters is not a marginal problem. However, there are discrepancies between the prevalence figures based…
Defining Cyberbullying: A Qualitative Research into the Perceptions of Youngsters
Data from 53 focus groups, which involved students from 10 to 18 years old, show that youngsters often interpret "cyberbullying" as "Internet bullying" and associate the phenomenon with a wide range…
Dark Triad personality traits and adolescent cyber-aggression
An Investigation of Short-Term Longitudinal Associations Between Social Anxiety and Victimization and Perpetration of Traditional Bullying and Cyberbullying
Only one significant longitudinal association was found: the perpetration of traditional bullying predicted subsequent higher levels of social anxiety, and this was supported by a cross-lagged panel analysis.
Mobilizing Bystanders of Cyberbullying: an Exploratory Study into Behavioural Determinants of Defending the Victim
- A. DeSmet, S. Bastiaensens, K. V. Cleemput, K. Poels, H. Vandebosch, I. Bourdeaudhuij
- PsychologyAnnual Review of Cybertherapy and Telemedicine
Preliminary results suggest befriending and peer support interventions hold promise, as well as environmental interventions with parents and teachers, and that the bystander is popular are suggested.