Paul Adachi
Paul Adachi
University of Rochester
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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, 2013
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
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
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
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
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
Associations between students' perceptions of physical education teachers' interpersonal styles and students' wellness, knowledge, performance, and intentions to persist at …
B Behzadnia, PJC Adachi, EL Deci, H Mohammadzadeh
Psychology of Sport and Exercise 39, 10-19, 2018
Do video games promote positive youth development?
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Journal of Adolescent Research 28 (2), 155-165, 2013
The effects of m‐learning on motivation, achievement and well‐being: A Self‐Determination Theory approach
LM Jeno, PJC Adachi, JA Grytnes, V Vandvik, EL Deci
British Journal of Educational Technology 50 (2), 669-683, 2019
Demolishing the competition: The longitudinal link between competitive video games, competitive gambling, and aggression
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Journal of youth and adolescence 42, 1090-1104, 2013
The link between playing video games and positive youth outcomes
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Child Development Perspectives 11 (3), 202-206, 2017
It’s not how much you play, but how much you enjoy the game: The longitudinal associations between adolescents’ self-esteem and the frequency versus enjoyment of involvement in …
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Journal of youth and adolescence 43, 137-145, 2014
The longitudinal association between competitive video game play and aggression among adolescents and young adults
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Child development 87 (6), 1877-1892, 2016
Brothers and sisters in arms: Intergroup cooperation in a violent shooter game can reduce intergroup bias.
PJC Adachi, G Hodson, T Willoughby, S Zanette
Psychology of Violence 5 (4), 455, 2015
From outgroups to allied forces: Effect of intergroup cooperation in violent and nonviolent video games on boosting favorable outgroup attitudes.
PJC Adachi, G Hodson, T Willoughby, C Blank, A Ha
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (3), 259, 2016
Does playing sports video games predict increased involvement in real-life sports over several years among older adolescents and emerging adults?
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Journal of youth and adolescence 45, 391-401, 2016
From the couch to the sports field: The longitudinal associations between sports video game play, self-esteem, and involvement in sports.
PJC Adachi, T Willoughby
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 4 (4), 329, 2015
“I can’t wait for the next episode!” Investigating the motivational pull of television dramas through the lens of self-determination theory.
PJC Adachi, RM Ryan, J Frye, D McClurg, CS Rigby
Motivation Science 4 (1), 78, 2018
Video game play and intergroup relations: Real world implications for prejudice and discrimination
PJC Adachi, G Hodson, MR Hoffarth
Aggression and violent behavior 25, 227-236, 2015
The triadic systems model perspective and adolescent risk taking
T Willoughby, R Tavernier, C Hamza, PJC Adachi, M Good
Brain and cognition 89, 114-115, 2014
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