Hannah L. Schacter
Hannah L. Schacter
Department of Psychology, Wayne State University
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Can a school-wide bullying prevention program improve the plight of victims? Evidence for risk× intervention effects.
J Juvonen, HL Schacter, M Sainio, C Salmivalli
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 84 (4), 334, 2016
512016
“Why Me?”: Characterological Self-Blame and Continued Victimization in the First Year of Middle School
HL Schacter, SJ White, VY Chang, J Juvonen
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology 44 (3), 446-455, 2015
442015
The effects of school-level victimization on self-blame: Evidence for contextualized social cognitions.
HL Schacter, J Juvonen
Developmental psychology 51 (6), 841, 2015
422015
Emotional implications of weight stigma across middle school: The role of weight-based peer discrimination
J Juvonen, LM Lessard, HL Schacter, L Suchilt
Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology, 2017
372017
Who's to blame?: The effects of victim disclosure on bystander reactions to cyberbullying
HL Schacter, S Greenberg, J Juvonen
Computers in Human Behavior 57, 115-121, 2016
372016
Depressive symptoms, friend distress, and self-blame: Risk factors for adolescent peer victimization
HL Schacter, J Juvonen
Journal of applied developmental psychology 51, 35-43, 2017
172017
The healthy context paradox: victims’ adjustment during an anti-bullying intervention
G Huitsing, GMA Lodder, B Oldenburg, HL Schacter, C Salmivalli, ...
Journal of Child and Family Studies 28 (9), 2499-2509, 2019
142019
Dynamic changes in peer victimization and adjustment across middle school: Does friends’ victimization alleviate distress?
HL Schacter, J Juvonen
Child development 90 (5), 1738-1753, 2019
122019
When it feels good to give: Depressive symptoms, daily prosocial behavior, and adolescent mood
H Schacter, G Margolin
Emotion, 2018
102018
Gender norm salience across middle schools: Contextual variations in associations between gender typicality and socioemotional distress
DS Smith, HL Schacter, C Enders, J Juvonen
Journal of youth and adolescence 47 (5), 947-960, 2018
72018
You've got a friend (ly school): Can school prosocial norms and friends similarly protect victims from distress?
HL Schacter, J Juvonen
Social Development 27 (3), 636-651, 2018
52018
The effects of middle school weight climate on youth with higher body weight
J Juvonen, LM Lessard, HL Schacter, C Enders
Journal of Research on Adolescence 29 (2), 466-479, 2019
32019
Promoting social inclusion in educational settings: Challenges and opportunities
J Juvonen, LM Lessard, R Rastogi, HL Schacter, DS Smith
Educational Psychologist 54 (4), 250-270, 2019
22019
Adverse childhood experiences, daily worries, and positive thoughts: A daily diary multi‐wave study
R Arbel, HL Schacter, KFM Kazmierski, MÈ Daspe, G Margolin
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 57 (4), 514-519, 2018
22018
Bullying
J Juvonen, G Espinoza, H Schacter
Encyclopedia of Mental Health 2, 216-221, 2016
22016
The interplay of friends and parents in adolescents’ daily lives: Towards a dynamic view of social support
HL Schacter, G Margolin
Social Development, 2019
12019
Applying symptoms-driven models of depression to the investigation of peer relationship adversity: Mediating and moderating mechanisms
KP Kochel, CL Bagwell
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 51, 1-3, 2017
12017
Bullying in school and online contexts: Social dominance, bystander compliance, and the emotional pain of victims
J Juvonen, HL Schacter
The Wiley‐Blackwell handbook of groups processes in children and adolescents …, 2017
12017
A matter of the heart: Daytime relationship functioning and overnight heart rate in young dating couples
H Schacter, C Pettit, Y Kim, S Sichko, A Timmons, T Chaspari, S Han, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
When low rates of bullying increase risks for those who are bullied: the safe school paradox
J Juvonen, HL Schacter
JAMA pediatrics, 2020
2020
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