An overview of scientific publications based on the Digital Family data are presented here, classified by themes.

Problematic social media use
Geurts, S. M., Koning, I. M., Van den Eijnden, R. J., & Vossen, H. G. (2023). Predicting Adolescents’ Problematic Social Media Use From Profiles of Internet-Specific Parenting Practices and General Parenting Dimensions. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 52(9), 1829-1843.

Geurts, S., Vossen, H., van den Eijnden, R., & Koning, I. (2023). Adolescents’ Problematic Social Media Use: Agreement and Discrepancies Between Self- Versus Mother- and Father-Reports. Technology, Mind, and Behavior.

Koning, I., Geurts, S., van den Eijnden, R., & Vossen, H. (2023). Regels, rolmodellen of de algemene sfeer thuis? Welke gezinsfactoren voorspellen problematisch socialemediagebruik onder adolescenten? Tijdschrift voor Orthopedagogiek, 62(2).

Geurts, S. M., Koning, I. M., Vossen, H. G. M., & van den Eijnden, R. J. J. M. (2022). Rules, role models or overall climate at home? Relative associations of different family aspects with adolescents' problematic social media use. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 116, 1-15. [152318].

Internalising problems
Snetselaar, R. S., Liber, J. M., Geurts, S. M., & Koning, I. M. (2022). Examination of risk exposure models during COVID-19 in relation to youth life satisfaction and internalizing symptoms. Scientific Reports, 12(1).

Burgard, S. S. C., Liber, J. M., Geurts, S. M., & Koning, I. M. (2022). Youth Sensitivity in a Pandemic: The Relationship Between Sensory Processing Sensitivity, Internalizing Problems, COVID-19 and Parenting. Journal of Child and Family Studies, 31(6), 1501-1510.