J. Mitchell Vaterlaus
J. Mitchell Vaterlaus
Associate Professor of Human Development and Family Science, Montana State University
Verified email at aggiemail.usu.edu
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# Gettinghealthy: The perceived influence of social media on young adult health behaviors
JM Vaterlaus, EV Patten, C Roche, JA Young
Computers in Human Behavior 45, 151-157, 2015
“Snapchat is more personal”: An exploratory study on Snapchat behaviors and young adult interpersonal relationships
JM Vaterlaus, K Barnett, C Roche, JA Young
Computers in Human Behavior 62, 594-601, 2016
College student cyberbullying on social networking sites: Conceptualization, prevalence, and perceived bystander responsibility
K Gahagan, JM Vaterlaus, LR Frost
Computers in human behavior 55, 1097-1105, 2016
Friendship characteristics, psychosocial development, and adolescent identity formation
RM Jones, JM Vaterlaus, MA Jackson, TB Morrill
Personal Relationships 21 (1), 51-67, 2014
Qualitative program evaluation methods
M Vaterlaus
Utah State University Extension, 2011
“They always ask what I'm doing and who I'm talking to”: Parental mediation of adolescent interactive technology use
JM Vaterlaus, TE Beckert, S Tulane, CV Bird
Marriage & Family Review 50 (8), 691-713, 2014
Help-seeking for marital problems: Perceptions of individuals in strong African American marriages
JM Vaterlaus, L Skogrand, C Chaney
Contemporary Family Therapy 37 (1), 22-32, 2015
Motivations for text messaging: Gender and age differences among young adults.
TB Morrill, RM Jones, JM Vaterlaus
North American Journal of Psychology 15 (1), 2013
College student television binge watching: Conceptualization, gratifications, and perceived consequences
JM Vaterlaus, LA Spruance, K Frantz, JS Kruger
The Social Science Journal 56 (4), 470-479, 2019
Providing relationship education for low-income and diverse audiences: A phenomenological investigation
JM Vaterlaus, K Bradford, L Skogrand, BJ Higginbotham
Family Science Review 17 (2), 40-61, 2012
An Examination of the Influence of Clicker Technology on College Student Involvement and Recall.
JM Vaterlaus, TE Beckert, EB Fauth, B Teemant
International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 24 (3 …, 2012
Digital generation gaps in parent-adolescent relationships
JM Vaterlaus, S Tulane
Family communication in the digital age, 426-446, 2015
An A in their social lives, but an F in school: Adolescent perceptions of texting in school
S Tulane, JM Vaterlaus, TE Beckert
Youth & Society 49 (6), 711-732, 2017
Perceived differences in knowledge about interactive technology between young adults and their parents
JM Vaterlaus, RM Jones, S Tulane
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 9 (4), 2015
An exploratory study of time spent with interactive technology and body mass among young adults
JM Vaterlaus, RM Jones, EV Patten, JL Cook
Computers in Human Behavior 52, 107-114, 2015
A foster care alumna’s past and present technological experience: A feminist case study approach
C Roche, JM Vaterlaus, JA Young
Sage Open 5 (2), 2158244015584946, 2015
The perceived influence of media and technology on adolescent romantic relationships
JM Vaterlaus, S Tulane, BD Porter, TE Beckert
Journal of Adolescent Research 33 (6), 651-671, 2018
A place for technology in parent education: An exploratory study of parent perceptions
JL Stanley, JM Vaterlaus, S Tulane, TE Beckert
Marriage & Family Review 53 (8), 811-825, 2017
“Reliving my childhood dream of being a Pokémon Trainer”: An exploratory study of college student uses and gratifications related to Pokémon Go
JM Vaterlaus, K Frantz, T Robecker
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 35 (7), 596-604, 2019
Stepfamily education booster sessions
JM Vaterlaus, SM Allgood, BJ Higginbotham
Social Work with Groups 35 (2), 150-163, 2012
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