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Published on 24.05.16 in Vol 5, No 2 (2016): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Prevalence, Motivations, and Social, Mental Health and Health Consequences of Cyberbullying Among School-Aged Children and Youth: Protocol of a Longitudinal and Multi-Perspective Mixed Method Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/resprot.5292):

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  1. Holfeld B, Mishna F. Internalizing Symptoms and Externalizing Problems: Risk Factors for or Consequences of Cyber Victimization?. Journal of Youth and Adolescence 2019;48(3):567
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  3. Mishna F, Sanders JE, McNeil S, Fearing G, Kalenteridis K. “If Somebody is Different”: A critical analysis of parent, teacher and student perspectives on bullying and cyberbullying. Children and Youth Services Review 2020;118:105366
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  4. Dennehy R, Cronin M, Arensman E. Involving young people in cyberbullying research: The implementation and evaluation of a rights-based approach. Health Expectations 2019;22(1):54
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  6. Grunin L, Yu G, Cohen SS. The Relationship Between Youth Cyberbullying Behaviors and Their Perceptions of Parental Emotional Support. International Journal of Bullying Prevention 2020;
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  7. Craig SL, Eaton AD, McInroy LB, D’Souza SA, Krishnan S, Wells GA, Twum-Siaw L, Leung VWY. Navigating negativity: a grounded theory and integrative mixed methods investigation of how sexual and gender minority youth cope with negative comments online. Psychology & Sexuality 2020;11(3):161
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  8. Tong D, Talwar V. Students’ moral emotions and judgments of cyberbullying: The influence of previous cyberbullying experiences. Current Psychology 2020;
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  9. Mishna F, Schwan KJ, Birze A, Van Wert M, Lacombe-Duncan A, McInroy L, Attar-Schwartz S. Gendered and Sexualized Bullying and Cyber Bullying. Youth & Society 2020;52(3):403
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  10. Dennehy R, Meaney S, Cronin M, Arensman E. The psychosocial impacts of cybervictimisation and barriers to seeking social support: Young people’s perspectives. Children and Youth Services Review 2020;111:104872
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  11. McInroy LB, Mishna F. Cyberbullying on Online Gaming Platforms for Children and Youth. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal 2017;34(6):597
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  12. Mishna F, McInroy LB, Daciuk J, Lacombe-Duncan A. Adapting to attrition challenges in multi-year studies: Examples from a school-based bullying and cyber bullying study. Children and Youth Services Review 2017;81:268
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  13. Mishna F, Birze A, Greenblatt A, Khoury-Kassabri M. Benchmarks and Bellwethers in Cyberbullying: the Relational Process of Telling. International Journal of Bullying Prevention 2020;
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