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Andrew K. Przybylski
Andrew K. Przybylski
Professor of Human Behaviour and Technology, University of Oxford
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Multidisciplinary research priorities for the COVID-19 pandemic: a call for action for mental health science
EA Holmes, RC O'Connor, VH Perry, I Tracey, S Wessely, L Arseneault, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 7 (6), 547-560, 2020
49822020
The motivational pull of video games: A self-determination theory approach
RM Ryan, CS Rigby, AK Przybylski
Motivation and Emotion 30 (4), 344-360, 2006
37072006
Motivational, emotional, and behavioral correlates of fear of missing out
AK Przybylski, K Murayama, CR DeHaan, V Gladwell
Computers in human behavior 29 (4), 1841-1848, 2013
27222013
A Motivational Model of Video Game Engagement
AK Przybylski, CS Rigby, RM Ryan
Review of General Psychology 14 (2), 154, 2010
16792010
The association between adolescent well-being and digital technology use
A Orben, AK Przybylski
Nature Human Behaviour 3 (2), 173-182, 2019
8742019
Can you connect with me now? How the presence of mobile communication technology influences face-to-face conversation quality
AK Przybylski, N Weinstein
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 30 (3), 237-246, 2013
8032013
Can nature make us more caring? Effects of immersion in nature on intrinsic aspirations and generosity
N Weinstein, AK Przybylski, RM Ryan
Personality and social psychology bulletin 35 (10), 1315-1329, 2009
6572009
A Large-Scale Test of the Goldilocks Hypothesis: Quantifying the Relations Between Digital-Screen Use and the Mental Well-Being of Adolescents
AK Przybylski, N Weinstein
Psychological Science 28 (2), 204-215, 2017
6092017
Scholars’ open debate paper on the World Health Organization ICD-11 Gaming Disorder proposal
E Aarseth, AM Bean, H Boonen, M Colder Carras, M Coulson, D Das, ...
Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 1-4, 10.1556/2006.5.2016.088, 2016
5812016
Internet Gaming Disorder: Investigating the Clinical Relevance of a New Phenomenon
AK Przybylski, N Weinstein, K Murayama
American Journal of Psychiatry, 1-7, 2016
3662016
The index of autonomous functioning: Development of a scale of human autonomy
N Weinstein, AK Przybylski, RM Ryan
Journal of Research in Personality 46 (4), 397-413, 2012
3532012
Electronic Gaming and Psychosocial Adjustment
AK Przybylski
Pediatrics 134 (3), 1-7, 2014
3472014
The Ideal Self at Play: The Appeal of Video Games That Let You Be All You Can Be
AK Przybylski, N Weinstein, K Murayama, MF Lynch, RM Ryan
Psychological Science 23 (1), 69-76, 2012
3452012
Social media’s enduring effect on adolescent life satisfaction
A Orben, T Dienlin, AK Przybylski
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (21), 10226-10228, 2019
3402019
Competence-Impeding Electronic Games and Players' Aggressive Feelings, Thoughts, and Behaviors
AK Przybylski, EL Deci, CS Rigby, RM Ryan
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 106 (3), 441-457, 2014
3302014
The Motivating Role of Violence in Video Games
AK Przybylski, RM Ryan, CS Rigby
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 35 (2), 243-259, 2009
3282009
Screens, teens, and psychological well-being: Evidence from three time-use-diary studies
A Orben, AK Przybylski
Psychological science 30 (5), 682-696, 2019
3212019
Having to versus wanting to play: Background and consequences of harmonious versus obsessive engagement in video games
AK Przybylski, N Weinstein, RM Ryan, CS Rigby
CyberPsychology & Behavior 12 (5), 485-492, 2009
3092009
A weak scientific basis for gaming disorder: Let us err on the side of caution
AJ Van Rooij, CJ Ferguson, M Colder Carras, D Kardefelt-Winther, J Shi, ...
Journal of Behavioral Addictions 7 (1), 1-9, 2018
2552018
Violent video game engagement is not associated with adolescents' aggressive behaviour: evidence from a registered report
AK Przybylski, N Weinstein
Royal Society Open Science 6 (2), 171474, 2019
2372019
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