Differences in Attributions for Public and Private Face-to-face and Cyber Victimization Among Adolescents in China, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, India, Japan, and the United States.

@article{Wright2017DifferencesIA,
  title={Differences in Attributions for Public and Private Face-to-face and Cyber Victimization Among Adolescents in China, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, India, Japan, and the United States.},
  author={Michelle F. Wright and Takuya Yanagida and Ikuko Aoyama and Lenka Dedkova and Zheng Li and Shanmukh Vasant Kamble and Fatih Bayraktar and Anna Sevc{\'i}kov{\'a} and Shruti Soudi and Hana Mach{\'a}ckov{\'a} and Li Lei and Chang Shu},
  journal={The Journal of genetic psychology},
  year={2017},
  volume={178 1},
  pages={1-14}
}
The authors' aim was to investigate gender and cultural differences in the attributions used to determine causality for hypothetical public and private face-to-face and cyber victimization scenarios among 3,432 adolescents (age range = 11-15 years; 49% girls) from China, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, India, Japan, and the United States, while accounting for… CONTINUE READING