Steven Eggermont
Steven Eggermont
Verified email at soc.kuleuven.be
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“I don’t want to miss a thing”: Adolescents’ fear of missing out and its relationship to adolescents’ social needs, Facebook use, and Facebook related stress
I Beyens, E Frison, S Eggermont
Computers in Human Behavior 64, 1-8, 2016
4842016
Understanding sexual objectification: A comprehensive approach toward media exposure and girls' internalization of beauty ideals, self-objectification, and body surveillance
L Vandenbosch, S Eggermont
Journal of Communication 62 (5), 869-887, 2012
3612012
Exploring the relationships between different types of Facebook use, perceived online social support, and adolescents’ depressed mood
E Frison, S Eggermont
Social Science Computer Review 34 (2), 153-171, 2016
2942016
Nodding off or switching off? The use of popular media as a sleep aid in secondary‐school children
S Eggermont, J Van den Bulck
Journal of paediatrics and child health 42 (7‐8), 428-433, 2006
2272006
The impact of daily stress on adolescents’ depressed mood: The role of social support seeking through Facebook
E Frison, S Eggermont
Computers in Human Behavior 44, 315-325, 2015
1982015
Sexting, mobile porn use, and peer group dynamics: Boys' and girls' self-perceived popularity, need for popularity, and perceived peer pressure
M Vanden Abeele, SW Campbell, S Eggermont, K Roe
Media Psychology 17 (1), 6-33, 2014
1572014
Browsing, posting, and liking on Instagram: The reciprocal relationships between different types of Instagram use and adolescents' depressed mood
E Frison, S Eggermont
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (10), 603-609, 2017
1532017
Toward an integrated and differential approach to the relationships between loneliness, different types of Facebook use, and adolescents’ depressed mood
E Frison, S Eggermont
Communication Research 47 (5), 701-728, 2020
1352020
Sexualization of adolescent boys: Media exposure and boys’ internalization of appearance ideals, self-objectification, and body surveillance
L Vandenbosch, S Eggermont
Men and Masculinities 16 (3), 283-306, 2013
1112013
The interrelated roles of mass media and social media in adolescents’ development of an objectified self-concept: A longitudinal study
L Vandenbosch, S Eggermont
Communication Research 43 (8), 1116-1140, 2016
1022016
Early adolescent boys’ exposure to Internet pornography: Relationships to pubertal timing, sensation seeking, and academic performance
I Beyens, L Vandenbosch, S Eggermont
The Journal of Early Adolescence 35 (8), 1045-1068, 2015
982015
Television viewing, perceived similarity, and adolescents' expectations of a romantic partner
S Eggermont
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 48 (2), 244-265, 2004
872004
“Harder, better, faster, stronger”: negative comparison on Facebook and Adolescents' life satisfaction are reciprocally related
E Frison, S Eggermont
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (3), 158-164, 2016
772016
Towards the desired future of the elderly and ICT: policy recommendations based on a dialogue with senior citizens
S Eggermont, H Vandebosch, S Steyaert
Poiesis & Praxis 4 (3), 199-217, 2006
712006
Popularity through online harm: The longitudinal associations between cyberbullying and sociometric status in early adolescence
D Wegge, H Vandebosch, S Eggermont, S Pabian
The Journal of Early Adolescence 36 (1), 86-107, 2016
702016
The reciprocal and indirect relationships between passive Facebook use, comparison on Facebook, and adolescents' body dissatisfaction
A Rousseau, S Eggermont, E Frison
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 336-344, 2017
652017
Media use as a reason for meal skipping and fast eating in secondary school children
J Van den Bulck, S Eggermont
Journal of human nutrition and dietetics 19 (2), 91-100, 2006
642006
The short-term longitudinal and reciprocal relations between peer victimization on Facebook and adolescents’ well-being
E Frison, K Subrahmanyam, S Eggermont
Journal of youth and adolescence 45 (9), 1755-1771, 2016
632016
“I might get your heart racing in my skin-tight jeans”: Sexualization on music entertainment television
L Vandenbosch, D Vervloessem, S Eggermont
Communication Studies 64 (2), 178-194, 2013
602013
Sensitivity to reward is associated with snack and sugar-sweetened beverage consumption in adolescents
N De Cock, W Van Lippevelde, L Vervoort, J Vangeel, L Maes, ...
European journal of nutrition 55 (4), 1623-1632, 2016
532016
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