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
2122015
“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
1962016
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
882016
Friendship characteristics, psychosocial development, and adolescent identity formation
RM Jones, JM Vaterlaus, MA Jackson, TB Morrill
Personal Relationships 21 (1), 51-67, 2014
782014
Qualitative program evaluation methods
M Vaterlaus
Utah State University Extension, 2011
492011
“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
482014
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
342015
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
302013
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
222019
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
202012
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
182012
Digital generation gaps in parent-adolescent relationships
JM Vaterlaus, S Tulane
Family communication in the digital age, 426-446, 2015
162015
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
152017
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
142015
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
132015
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
132015
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
122018
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
122017
“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
102019
Stepfamily education booster sessions
JM Vaterlaus, SM Allgood, BJ Higginbotham
Social Work with Groups 35 (2), 150-163, 2012
102012
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