Teena Willoughby
Teena Willoughby
Professor of Psychology, Brock University
Verified email at brocku.ca
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Developmental psychology childhood and adolescence
DR Shaffer, E Wood, T Willoughby
Identifying discriminating variables between teachers who fully integrate computers and teachers with limited integration
J Mueller, E Wood, T Willoughby, C Ross, J Specht
Computers & education 51 (4), 1523-1537, 2008
Examining the link between nonsuicidal self-injury and suicidal behavior: A review of the literature and an integrated model
CA Hamza, SL Stewart, T Willoughby
Clinical psychology review 32 (6), 482-495, 2012
More than just fun and games: The longitudinal relationships between strategic video games, self-reported problem solving skills, and academic grades
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 42 (7), 1041-52, 2013
A short-term longitudinal study of Internet and computer game use by adolescent boys and girls: prevalence, frequency of use, and psychosocial predictors.
T Willoughby
Developmental psychology 44 (1), 195, 2008
The effect of video game competition and violence on aggressive behavior: Which characteristic has the greatest influence?
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Psychology of violence 1 (4), 259, 2011
The effect of violent video games on aggression: Is it more than just the violence?
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Aggression and violent behavior 16 (1), 55-62, 2011
A longitudinal examination of breadth and intensity of youth activity involvement and successful development.
MA Busseri, L Rose-Krasnor, T Willoughby, H Chalmers
Developmental psychology 42 (6), 1313, 2006
Breadth and intensity of youth activity involvement as contexts for positive development
L Rose-Krasnor, MA Busseri, T Willoughby, H Chalmers
Journal of youth and adolescence 35 (3), 365-379, 2006
A longitudinal study of the association between violent video game play and aggression among adolescents.
T Willoughby, PJC Adachi, M Good
Developmental psychology 48 (4), 1044, 2012
Teachers' perceptions: Barriers and supports to using technology in the classroom
E Wood, J Mueller, T Willoughby, J Specht, J Deyoung
Education, Communication & Information, 2005
A longitudinal study of the relation between adolescent boys and girls’ computer use with friends and friendship quality: Support for the social compensation or the rich-get …
M Desjarlais, T Willoughby
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (5), 896-905, 2010
The role of spirituality versus religiosity in adolescent psychosocial adjustment
M Good, T Willoughby
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 35 (1), 39-53, 2006
A primer of research on cognitive strategy instruction: The important issues and how to address them
M Pressley, V Woloshyn, LM Lysynchuk, V Martin, E Wood, T Willoughby
Educational Psychology Review 2 (1), 1-58, 1990
Adolescence as a sensitive period for spiritual development
M Good, T Willoughby
Child Development Perspectives 2 (1), 32-37, 2008
Where Is the Syndrome? Examining Co-Occurrence Among Multiple. Problem Behaviors in Adolescence
T Willoughby, H Chalmers, M Busseri
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 6 (72), 1022-1037, 2004
Examining the link between adolescent brain development and risk taking from a social–developmental perspective (reprinted)
T Willoughby, M Good, PJC Adachi, C Hamza, R Tavernier
Brain and cognition 89, 70-78, 2014
Interpreting effect sizes when controlling for stability effects in longitudinal autoregressive models: Implications for psychological science
P Adachi, T Willoughby
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 12 (1), 116-128, 2015
A longitudinal examination of the bidirectional associations among perceived parenting behaviors, adolescent disclosure and problem behavior across the high school years
T Willoughby, CA Hamza
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 40 (4), 463-478, 2011
Perceived parental monitoring, adolescent disclosure, and adolescent depressive symptoms: A longitudinal examination
CA Hamza, T Willoughby
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 40 (7), 902-915, 2011
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