Justin W Vollet, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
University of Texas at Dallas, Richardson, TX, United States 
Area:
Peer Group Influence; Peer Relations
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Parents

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Thomas Kindermann grad student 2008-2017
Ellen Skinner grad student 2008-2017
Marion K. Underwood post-doc 2017-

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Kaitlyn Burnell collaborator
Madeleine George collaborator
Thomas Kindermann collaborator
Ellen Skinner collaborator
Marion K. Underwood collaborator
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Vollet JW, George MJ, Burnell K, et al. (2019) Exploring text messaging as a platform for peer socialization of social aggression. Developmental Psychology
Burnell K, George MJ, Vollet JW, et al. (2019) Passive social networking site use and well-being: The mediating roles of social comparison and the fear of missing out Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research On Cyberpspace. 13
George MJ, Ehrenreich SE, Burnell K, et al. (2019) Emerging Adults’ Public and Private Discussions of Substance Use on Social Media Emerging Adulthood
Vollet JW, Kindermann TA. (2019) Promoting persistence: Peer group influences on students’ re-engagement following academic problems and setbacks International Journal of Behavioral Development
Vollet JW, George MJ, Burnell K, et al. (2019) Exploring Text Messaging as a Platform for Peer Socialization of Social Aggression Developmental Psychology
Vollet JW, Kindermann TA, Skinner EA. (2017) In peer matters, teachers matter: Peer group influences on students’ engagement depend on teacher involvement. Journal of Educational Psychology. 109: 635-652
Wheeler C, Vollet J. (2017) Supporting Kinship Caregivers: Examining the Impact of a Title IV-E Waiver Kinship Supports Intervention. Child Welfare. 95
Kindermann TA, Vollet JW. (2014) Social networks within classroom ecologies: peer effects on students’ engagement in the context of relationships with teachers and parents Zeitschrift FüR Erziehungswissenschaft. 17: 135-151
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