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Robert S. Tokunaga
Robert S. Tokunaga
University of Texas at San Antonio
Verified email at hawaii.edu
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Following you home from school: A critical review and synthesis of research on cyberbullying victimization
RS Tokunaga
Computers in human behavior 26 (3), 277-287, 2010
31392010
Social networking site or social surveillance site? Understanding the use of interpersonal electronic surveillance in romantic relationships
RS Tokunaga
Computers in human behavior 27 (2), 705-713, 2011
4902011
A meta-analysis of pornography consumption and actual acts of sexual aggression in general population studies
PJ Wright, RS Tokunaga, A Kraus
Journal of Communication 66 (1), 183-205, 2016
3692016
Definitions of bullying and cyberbullying: How useful are the terms?
PK Smith, C Del Barrio, RS Tokunaga
Principles of cyberbullying research, 26-40, 2012
3042012
An evaluation of two characterizations of the relationships between problematic Internet use, time spent using the Internet, and psychosocial problems
RS Tokunaga, SA Rains
Human Communication Research 36 (4), 512-545, 2010
2232010
Pornography consumption and satisfaction: A meta-analysis
PJ Wright, RS Tokunaga, A Kraus, E Klann
Human Communication Research 43 (3), 315-343, 2017
2132017
Men’s objectifying media consumption, objectification of women, and attitudes supportive of violence against women
PJ Wright, RS Tokunaga
Archives of Sexual Behavior 45, 955-964, 2016
1772016
Moving toward a theory: Testing an integrated model of cyberbullying perpetration, aggression, social skills, and Internet self-efficacy
MW Savage, RS Tokunaga
Computers in human Behavior 71, 353-361, 2017
1322017
10 The effects of engagement with entertainment
R Tukachinsky, RS Tokunaga
Annals of the International Communication Association 37 (1), 287-322, 2013
1262013
Romantic partner monitoring after breakups: Attachment, dependence, distress, and post-dissolution online surveillance via social networking sites
J Fox, RS Tokunaga
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 18 (9), 491-498, 2015
972015
Friend me or you'll strain us: Understanding negative events that occur over social networking sites
RS Tokunaga
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 14 (7-8), 425-432, 2011
942011
Pornography, alcohol, and male sexual dominance
PJ Wright, C Sun, NJ Steffen, RS Tokunaga
Communication Monographs 82 (2), 252-270, 2015
832015
More than a dalliance? Pornography consumption and extramarital sex attitudes among married US adults.
PJ Wright, RS Tokunaga, S Bae
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 3 (2), 97, 2014
802014
A review and meta-analysis examining conceptual and operational definitions of problematic Internet use
RS Tokunaga, SA Rains
Human Communication Research 42 (2), 165-199, 2016
742016
Interpersonal surveillance over social network sites: Applying a theory of negative relational maintenance and the investment model
RS Tokunaga
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 33 (2), 171-190, 2016
742016
A meta-analysis of the relationships between psychosocial problems and internet habits: Synthesizing internet addiction, problematic internet use, and deficient self-regulation …
RS Tokunaga
Communication Monographs 84 (4), 423-446, 2017
672017
Engagement with novel virtual environments: The role of perceived novelty and flow in the development of the deficient self-regulation of Internet use and media habits
RS Tokunaga
Human communication research 39 (3), 365-393, 2013
622013
Associative pathways between pornography consumption and reduced sexual satisfaction
PJ Wright, C Sun, NJ Steffen, RS Tokunaga
Sexual and Relationship Therapy 34 (4), 422-439, 2019
602019
Activating the centerfold syndrome: Recency of exposure, sexual explicitness, past exposure to objectifying media
PJ Wright, RS Tokunaga
Communication Research 42 (6), 864-897, 2015
602015
Consumption of pornography, perceived peer norms, and condomless sex
PJ Wright, RS Tokunaga, A Kraus
Health Communication 31 (8), 954-963, 2016
592016
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