Douglas Gentile

Psychology Iowa State University, Ames, IA, United States 
Clinical Psychology
"Douglas Gentile"
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Anderson CA, Suzuki K, Swing EL, et al. (2017) Media Violence and Other Aggression Risk Factors in Seven Nations. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 43: 986-998
Petry NM, Rehbein F, Gentile DA, et al. (2016) Griffiths et al.'s comments on the international consensus statement of internet gaming disorder: furthering consensus or hindering progress? Addiction (Abingdon, England). 111: 175-8
Gentile DA. (2016) The Evolution of Scientific Skepticism in the Media Violence "Debate" Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy
Barlett CP, Prot S, Anderson CA, et al. (2016) An Empirical Examination of the Strength Differential Hypothesis in Cyberbullying Behavior Psychology of Violence
Groves CL, Gentile D, Tapscott RL, et al. (2015) Testing the Predictive Validity and Construct of Pathological Video Game Use. Behavioral Sciences (Basel, Switzerland). 5: 602-25
Gentile DA. (2015) What Is a Good Skeptic to Do? The Case for Skepticism in the Media Violence Discussion. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 10: 674-6
Eichenbaum A, Kattner F, Bradford D, et al. (2015) Role-Playing and Real-Time Strategy Games Associated with Greater Probability of Internet Gaming Disorder. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. 18: 480-5
Liau AK, Neo EC, Gentile DA, et al. (2015) Impulsivity, self-regulation,and pathological video gaming among youth: testing a mediation model. Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Health / Asia-Pacific Academic Consortium For Public Health. 27: NP2188-96
Petry NM, Rehbein F, Gentile DA, et al. (2014) Moving internet gaming disorder forward: A reply. Addiction (Abingdon, England). 109: 1412-3
Prot S, Gentile DA. (2014) Applying risk and resilience models to predicting the effects of media violence on development. Advances in Child Development and Behavior. 46: 215-44
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