Holmgren, H., Stockdale, L., & Coyne, S. (2019). Parental media monitoring, prosocial violent media exposure, and adolescents’ prosocial and aggressive behaviors. Aggressive Behavior.
Stockdale, L., Son, D., Coyne, S., & Stinnett, S. (2019). Associations between parental media monitoring style, media information management, and prosocial and aggressive behavior.. Social and Personal Relationships.
Walker, L., Coyne, S., & Memmott-Elison, M. (2019). Media and the Family. In APA handbook of contemporary family psychology: Applications and broad impact of family psychology., Vol. 2.. APA.
Coyne, S. (2018). A meta-analysis of prosocial media on prosocial behavior, aggression, and empathic concern: A multidimensional approach.. Developmental Psychology, 54, 331-347.
Coyne, S. (2018). A six-year longitudinal study of texting trajectories during adolescence. Child Development, 89, 58-65.
Coyne, S. (forthcoming). Contributions of mainstream sexual media exposure to sexual attitudes, perceived peer norms, and sexual behavior: A meta-analysis.. Journal of Adolescent Health.
Coyne, S. (forthcoming). Instagrowth: A longitudinal growth mixture model of social media time use across adolescence.. Journal of Research on Adolescence.
Coyne, S. (2018). Parent and child technoference and socioemotional behavioral outcomes: A nationally representative study of 10- to 20-year-old adolescents.. Computers in Human Behavior, 88, 219-226.
Coyne, S. (2018). Parental mediation of US youths’ exposure to televised relational aggression.. Journal of Children and Media, 12, 192-210.
Coyne, S. (2018). Risk factors for youth violence. Aggressive Behavior, 44, 331-336.
Coyne, S. (2018). The development of relational aggression. .
Coyne, S. (2018). The effect of media on body image in pregnant and postpartum women. , 33, 793-799.
Coyne, S. (2018). The longitudinal impact of screen time on adolescent development: Moderation by respiratory sinus arrhythmia.. Journal of Adolescent Health, 63, 459-465.
Coyne, S. (2018). Video game addiction in emerging adulthood: Cross-sectional evidence of pathology in video game addicts as compared to matched healthy controls.. Journal of Affective Disorders, 225, 265-272.
Coyne, S. (2018). “It’s just not very realistic”: Perceptions of media among pregnant and postpartum women.. Health Communication, 33, 851-859.
Coyne, S. (forthcoming). “We’re not gonna be friends anymore”: Associations between viewing relational aggression on television aggression and relational aggression in text messaging during adolescence.. Aggressive Behavior.
Walker, L., Coyne, S. M., Keenan, S., & Memmott-Elison, M. (2017). The Protective Role of Parental Media Monitoring Style from Early to Late Adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Holmgren, H., & Coyne, S. (2017). Can’t stop scrolling!: Pathological use of social networking sites in emerging adulthood.. Addiction, Research, & Theory, 25, 375-382.
Coyne, S. (2017). Screen violence and youth behavior. Pediatrics, 140, S142- S147.
Coyne, S. (2017). Internet Gaming Disorder in Children and Adolescents. Pediatrics, 140, S81-S85.
Coyne, S. (2017). Parenting and digital media. Pediatrics, 140, S112-S116.
Walker, L., Memmott-Elison, M., & Coyne, S. (2017). Associations between prosocial and problem behavior from early to late adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Coyne, S. (2017). “Do you dare to compare?” Associations between maternal social comparisons on social networking sites and parenting, mental health, and romantic relationship outcomes.. Computers in Human Behavior, 70, 335-340.
Coyne, S. (2017). Pow! Boom! Kablam! Effects of viewing superhero programs on aggressive, prosocial, and defending behaviors in preschool children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 45, 1523-1535.
Coyne, S. (2017). Relational aggression and marital quality: A five year longitudinal study. Journal of Family Psychology, 31, 282-293.
Coyne, S. (forthcoming). Families and the media. APA handbook of Contemporary Family Psychology.
Coyne, S. (2016). Media Uses in emerging adulthood. The Oxford Handbook of Emerging Adulthood, 349-363.
Coyne, S. (2016). Technology interference in the parenting of young children: Implications for mothers’ perceptions of coparenting. The Social Science Journal, 53, 435-443.
Coyne, S. (2016). “Technoference”: The interference of technology in couple relationships and implications for women’s personal and relational well-being.. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 5, 85-98.
Coyne, S., Hawkins, A., & Walker, L. (2016). Does parental mediation of media influence child outcomes? A meta-analysis on media time, content, aggression, substance use, and sexual behavior. Developmental Psychology, 52, 798-812.
Nelson, D., & Coyne, S. (2016). Correlates of sociometric status in Russian preschoolers: Aggression, victimization, and sociability. Personality and Individual Differences, 52, 332-336.
Coyne, S. (2016). Pretty as a princess: Longitudinal effects of engagement with Disney Princesses on gender stereotypes, body esteem, and prosocial behavior in children. Child Development, 87, 1909-1925.
Nelson, L., & Coyne, S. (2016). Withdrawing to a virtual world: Associations between subtypes of withdrawal, media use, and maladjustment in emerging adults. In Developmental Psychology (pp. 933-942).
Coyne, S. (2016). Effects of viewing relational aggression on television on aggressive behavior in adolescents: A three-year longitudinal study.. In Developmental Psychology (pp. 284-295).
Coyne, S. (2016). Media violence and judgments of offensiveness: A quantitative and qualitative analysis. In Psychology of Popular Media Culture (pp. 372-389).
Coyne, S. (2016). Super Mario brothers and sisters: Associations between coplaying video games and sibling conflict and affection.. Journal of Adolescence, 47, 48-59.
Coyne, S. (2016). Secondary teachers’ perceptions of their role in suicide prevention and intervention.. School Mental Health, 8(1).
Coyne, S. (2016). Longitudinal relations between parental media monitoring and adolescent aggression, prosocial behavior, and externalizing problems. Journal of Adolescence, 46, 86-97.
Walker, L., Dyer, W., Fraser, A. M., & Coyne, S. (2015). Adolescents’ Prosocial Behavior toward Family, Friends, and Strangers: A Person-Centered Approach. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 25, 135-150.
Coyne, S., & Callister, M. (forthcoming). Media violence and judgments of offensiveness: A quantitive and qualitative analysis. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, In press.
Johnson, C., Heath, M., Bailey, B. M., Coyne, S., Yamawaki, N., & Eggett, D. (2013). Adolescents’ Perceptions of Male Involvement in Relational Aggression: Age and Gender Differences. Routledge, Journal of School Violence..
Coyne, S., Fraser, A. M., & Stockdale, L. (2013). Is Disney the nicest place on earth? Prosocial behavior in Disney films. Journal of Communication.
Fraser, A. M., Coyne, S., Nelson, L., & Stockdale, L. A. (2012). Bringing out the inner soldier: Associations between violent video games, empathy, and prosocial behavior toward three targets. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 41, 636-649.
Coyne, S., Fraser, A., & Dyer, W. (2012). Parents and adolescents growing up in the digital age: Latent growth curve analysis of proactive media monitoring. Journal of Adolescence, 35, 1153-1165.
Coyne, S. (2012). Getting a high speed family connection: Associations between family media use and family connection. Family Relations, 61, 426-440.
Stauffer, S., Coyne, S., & Ferrin, S. (2012). High school teachers’ perceptions of cyber bullying: Prevention and intervention strategies. Psychology in the Schools, 49(4), 353-367.
Coyne, S., Gundersen, N., Nelson, D., & Stockdale, L. (2011). Adolescents’ prosocial responses to ostracism: An experimental study. Journal of Social Psychology, 151, 1-5.
Coyne, S. (2011). “Turn that thing off!” Parent and adolescent predictors of proactive media monitoring. Journal of Adolescence, 34, 705-715.
Coyne, S., Stockdale, L., & Day, R. (2011). Game on girls: Associations between co-playing video games and adolescent behavioral and family outcomes. Journal of Adolescent Health, 49, 160-165.
Coyne, S., Stockdale, L., Busby, D., Iverson, B., & Grant, D. M. (2011). ““I Luv U :)”: A descriptive study on media use in individuals in romantic relationships. Family Relations(60), 150-162.
Nelson, D., & Coyne, S. (2009). Children’s intent attributions and feelings of distress: Associations with maternal and paternal parenting practices. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 37, 223-237.
Coyne, S., Nelson, D., Lawton, F., Haslam, S., Rooney, L., Titterington, L., Ogunlaja, L. (2008). The effects of viewing physical and relational aggression in the media: Evidence for a cross-over effect. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 44, 1551-1554.