Lara N. Wolfers
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Using media for coping: A scoping review
LN Wolfers, FM Schneider
Communication Research 48 (8), 1210-1234, 2021
Social media use, stress, and coping
LN Wolfers, S Utz
Current Opinion in Psychology 45, 101305, 2022
Phone use while parenting: An observational study to assess the association of maternal sensitivity and smartphone use in a playground setting
LN Wolfers, S Kitzmann, S Sauer, N Sommer
Computers in Human Behavior, 2019
Do smartphones and social network sites become more important when experiencing stress? Results from longitudinal data
LN Wolfers, R Festl, S Utz
Computers in human behavior 109, 106339, 2020
Parental mobile media use for coping with stress: A focus groups study
LN Wolfers
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 3 (2), 304-315, 2021
Coping with COVID-19 stress: The role of media consumption in emotion-and problem-focused coping.
RL Nabi, LN Wolfers, N Walter, L Qi
Psychology of Popular Media 11 (3), 292, 2022
How-to videos on YouTube: The role of the instructor
S Utz, LN Wolfers
Information, Communication & Society 25 (7), 959-974, 2022
Does digital media use harm children’s emotional intelligence? A parental perspective
RL Nabi, LN Wolfers
Media and Communication 10 (1), 350-360, 2022
The effects of situational and individual factors on algorithm acceptance in covid-19-related decision-making: A preregistered online experiment
S Utz, LN Wolfers, AS Goritz
Human-Machine Communication 3, 27-45, 2021
Guidance in the chaos: Effects of science communication by virologists during the COVID-19 crisis in Germany and the role of parasocial phenomena
S Utz, F Gaiser, LN Wolfers
Public Understanding of Science 31 (6), 799-817, 2022
Do you love your phone more than your child? The consequences of norms and guilt around maternal smartphone use
LN Wolfers, R Wendt, D Becker, S Utz
Human Communication Research, hqad001, 2023
Perspektiven und Trends der Privatheit
M Braun, T von Pape, L Wolfers, D Teutsch, S Trepte
Privatheit und selbstbestimmtes Leben in der digitalen Welt …, 2018
Conditionally helpful? The influence of person-, situation-, and device-specific factors on maternal smartphone use for stress coping and on coping effectiveness
LN Wolfers, S Utz, R Wendt, J Honecker
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 2023
Commentary: Technoference or parental phubbing? A call for greater conceptual and operational clarity of parental smartphone use around children
M Frackowiak, C Ochs, L Wolfers, M Vanden Abeele
Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2023
Social Media Use and Patterns of Emotional Experience
RL Nabi, L Wolfers, J King
Emotions in the Digital World: Exploring Affective Experience and Expression …, 2023
Stress management and coping using smartphones by mothers of young children
LN Wolfers
Can mothers avoid guilt about their smartphone usage behavior? Effects of the availability norm and goal conflict on guilt, recovery, and task accomplishment
A Halfmann, LN Wolfers, A Meeus
A Guilty Tool? The Role of Norms and Guilt When Mothers Use Their Smartphone for Coping With Stress
LN Wolfers, R Wendt, D Becker, S Utz
12 th Media Psychology Conference (MediaPsych 2021), 68, 2021
Coping With the COVID-19 Pandemic Using Media: Extending the Coping-Fit-Hypothesis to Media Use.
LM Lüpken, L Wolfers, S Utz, R Nabi, F Gaiser
12 th Media Psychology Conference (MediaPsych 2021), 59, 2021
Wieso Medieninhalte politikverdrossen machen und weshalb es nötig ist, die Mediamalaise-Forschung neu zu orientieren
L Hiller, P Weichselbaum
Die Politik auf dem Siegertreppchen?: Wenn Olympia, WM und Co. zum Spielball …, 2015
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