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  • Influence
Online aggressor/targets, aggressors, and targets: a comparison of associated youth characteristics.
  • M. Ybarra, K. Mitchell
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and…
  • 1 October 2004
BACKGROUND While most youth report positive experiences and activities online, little is known about experiences of Internet victimization and associated correlates of youth, specifically in regardsExpand
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Youth engaging in online harassment: associations with caregiver-child relationships, Internet use, and personal characteristics.
To date, research focused on "traditional" (i.e. in-person) youth bullying behaviour has documented serious psychosocial challenges for those involved. How this literature translates to youthExpand
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Examining the overlap in internet harassment and school bullying: implications for school intervention.
PURPOSE As more and more youth utilize the Internet, concern about Internet harassment and its consequences for adolescents is growing. This paper examines the potential overlap in online and schoolExpand
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Linkages between Depressive Symptomatology and Internet Harassment among Young Regular Internet Users
  • M. Ybarra
  • Psychology, Computer Science
  • Cyberpsychology Behav. Soc. Netw.
  • 5 July 2004
We examine the cross-sectional relationship between depressive symptomatology and Internet harassment, as well as underlying factors that may explain the observed association. Expand
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Exposure to Internet Pornography among Children and Adolescents: A National Survey
We take a ’non-traditional’ look at characteristics associated with self-reported pornography seeking behavior, both on the Internet and using traditional methods, are identified. Expand
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Online "predators" and their victims: myths, realities, and implications for prevention and treatment.
The publicity about online "predators" who prey on naive children using trickery and violence is largely inaccurate. Internet sex crimes involving adults and juveniles more often fit a model ofExpand
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Help seeking behavior and the Internet: A national survey
Health-related websites have the potential to powerfully influence the attitudes and behavior of consumers. Expand
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Examining Characteristics and Associated Distress Related to Internet Harassment: Findings From the Second Youth Internet Safety Survey
OBJECTIVE. We sought to identify the characteristics of youth who are targets of Internet harassment and characteristics related to reporting distress as a result of the incident. PARTICIPANTS ANDExpand
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Prevalence and frequency of Internet harassment instigation: implications for adolescent health.
  • M. Ybarra, K. Mitchell
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of adolescent health : official…
  • 1 August 2007
PURPOSE Youth psychosocial and behavioral characteristics are examined based upon varying frequency of Internet harassment perpetration online. METHODS Data are from the Second Youth InternetExpand
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