Keith Roe

Communication Science Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Leuven, Vlaanderen, Belgium 
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Dickmeis A, Roe K. (2019) Genres matter: Video games as predictors of physical aggression among adolescents Communications. 44: 105-129
Eggermont S, Roe K. (2014) Television and Risk Behavior - Contemporary Perspectives Journal of Children and Media. 8: 1-4
Vanden Abeele M, Campbell SW, Eggermont S, et al. (2014) Sexting, Mobile Porn Use, and Peer Group Dynamics: Boys' and Girls' Self-Perceived Popularity, Need for Popularity, and Perceived Peer Pressure Media Psychology. 17: 6-33
Abeele MV, Beullens K, Roe K. (2013) Measuring mobile phone use: Gender, age and real usage level in relation to the accuracy and validity of self-reported mobile phone use Mobile Media and Communication. 1: 213-236
Vandoninck S, d'Haenens L, Roe K. (2013) Online Risks: Coping strategies of less resilient children and teenagers across Europe Journal of Children and Media. 7: 60-78
Beullens K, Roe K, Bulck JVd. (2013) Driving Game Playing as a Predictor of Adolescents’ Unlicensed Driving in Flanders Journal of Children and Media. 7: 307-318
Abeele MV, Roe K. (2013) Adolescents’ school experience and the importance of having a “cool” mobile phone: Conformity, compensation and resistance? Poetics. 41: 265-293
Beullens K, Roe K, Van den Bulck J. (2012) Music video viewing as a marker of driving after the consumption of alcohol. Substance Use & Misuse. 47: 155-65
Abeele MV, Roe K, Eggermont S. (2012) An exploration of adolescents’ sexual contact and conduct risks through mobile phone use Journal of Communication Research. 37: 55-77
Beullens K, Roe K, Van den Bulck J. (2011) Excellent gamer, excellent driver? The impact of adolescents' video game playing on driving behavior: a two-wave panel study. Accident; Analysis and Prevention. 43: 58-65
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