CDMC Research


Guadalupe Espinoza, and Jaana Juvonen, (2011).  The pervasiveness, connectedness

        and intrusiveness of social network site use among young adolescents. 

        Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 0, 1-5.


Elisheva Gross, (2009).  Logging on, Bouncing Back: An experimental investigation of

        online communication following social exclusion.  Developmental Psychology, 45,

        6, 1787-1793. 


Elisheva Gross, (2004). Adolescent Internet use:  What we expect, what teens report. 

        Applied Developmental Psychology, 25, 633-649.


Elisheva Gross, and Jaana Juvonen, and Shelly L. Gable, (2002). Internet Use and

        Well-Being in Adolescence.  Journal of Social Issues, 58, 1, 75-90.


Jaana Juvonen, and Elisheva Gross, (2008).  Extending the School Grounds?  -    

        Bullying Experience in Cyberspace, (2008).  Journal of School Health, 78, 9.


Manago, A.M., Guan, S.S.A., & Greenfield, P.M. (in press). New media, social

      change, and human development from adolescence through the transition to

      adulthood. In L.A. Jensen (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of human culture and

      development. New York: Oxford University Press.


Manago, A.M. (in press). Media and the development of identity. In R. Scott & S.

      Kosslyn (Eds.), Emerging trends in the social and behavioral sciences.

      Hoboken, NJ: Wiley & Sons.


Manago, A.M., & Vaughn, L. (in press). Social media, friendship and happiness in

      the millennial generation. In M. Demir (Ed.), Friendship and happiness:

      Across the lifespan and in different cultures. Amsterdam: Springer.


Smahel, D., Brown, B.B., Blinka, L. Association between online friendship and Internet

        addiction among adolescents and emerging adults. Developmental Psychology,

        48(2) pg. 381-388.


Weinstock, M.P., Igbariya, R., Ganayem, M., Manago, A.M., & Greenfield, P.M.

       (Accepted). Societal change and values in Arab communities in Israel:

       Intergenerational and rural-urban comparisons. Journal of Cross-Cultural

       Psychology.