Jens F. Binder
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Does contact reduce prejudice or does prejudice reduce contact? A longitudinal test of the contact hypothesis among majority and minority groups in three European countries.
J Binder, H Zagefka, R Brown, F Funke, T Kessler, A Mummendey, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 96 (4), 843, 2009
Internet addiction in students: Prevalence and risk factors
DJ Kuss, MD Griffiths, JF Binder
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (3), 959-966, 2013
Relationships and the social brain: integrating psychological and evolutionary perspectives
A Sutcliffe, R Dunbar, J Binder, H Arrow
British journal of psychology 103 (2), 149-168, 2012
The problem of conflicting social spheres: effects of network structure on experienced tension in social network sites
J Binder, A Howes, A Sutcliffe
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2009
Motivators of online vulnerability: The impact of social network site use and FOMO
SL Buglass, JF Binder, LR Betts, JDM Underwood
Computers in Human Behavior 66, 248-255, 2017
The academic value of internships: Benefits across disciplines and student backgrounds
JF Binder, T Baguley, C Crook, F Miller
Contemporary Educational Psychology 41, 73-82, 2015
Social mediating technologies: Social affordances and functionalities
AG Sutcliffe, V Gonzalez, J Binder, G Nevarez
International Journal of Human-Computer Interaction 27 (11), 1037-1065, 2011
We all live in Germany but… Ingroup projection, group‐based emotions and prejudice against immigrants
T Kessler, A Mummendey, F Funke, R Brown, J Binder, H Zagefka, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 40 (6), 985-997, 2010
Closeness, loneliness, support: Core ties and significant ties in personal communities
JF Binder, SGB Roberts, AG Sutcliffe
Social Networks 34 (2), 206-214, 2012
Harmony and tension on social network sites: Side-effects of increasing online interconnectivity
JF Binder, A Howes, D Smart
Information, Communication & Society 15 (9), 1279-1297, 2012
Activity in social media and intimacy in social relationships
AG Sutcliffe, JF Binder, RIM Dunbar
Computers in Human Behavior 85, 227-235, 2018
The relationship between acculturation preferences and prejudice: Longitudinal evidence from majority and minority groups in three European countries
H Zagefka, J Binder, R Brown, T Kessler, A Mummendey, F Funke, ...
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (6), 578-589, 2014
When ‘friends’ collide: Social heterogeneity and user vulnerability on social network sites
SL Buglass, JF Binder, LR Betts, JDM Underwood
Computers in Human Behavior 54, 62-72, 2016
Smartphones as digital companions: Characterizing the relationship between users and their phones
A Carolus, JF Binder, R Muench, C Schmidt, F Schneider, SL Buglass
New Media & Society 21 (4), 914-938, 2019
Who is to blame? The relationship between ingroup identification and relative deprivation is moderated by ingroup attributions.
H Zagefka, J Binder, R Brown, L Hancock
Social Psychology 44 (6), 398, 2013
The best of both worlds? Online ties and the alternating use of social network sites in the context of migration
JF Binder, AG Sutcliffe
Societies 4 (4), 753-769, 2014
“I feel like everyone does it”-adolescents' perceptions and awareness of the association between humour, banter, and cyberbullying
OL Steer, LR Betts, T Baguley, JF Binder
Computers in Human Behavior 108, 106297, 2020
Konfliktmanagement in multilateralen Verhandlungen
J Binder
Online social network data as sociometric markers.
JF Binder, SL Buglass, LR Betts, JDM Underwood
American Psychologist 72 (7), 668-678, 2017
Secondary Traumatic Stress in Foster Carers: Risk Factors and Implications for Intervention
KM Bridger, JF Binder, B Kellezi
Journal of Child and Family Studies 29 (2), 482-492, 2020
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