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Works citing "Sex Differences in Youth-Reported Depressive Symptomatology and Unwanted Internet Sexual Solicitation"

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  1. August C, Liu JH. The Medium Shapes the Message: McLuhan and Grice Revisited in Race Talk Online. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology 2014;:n/a
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  6. Salmon Y, Zdanowicz N. Net, sex and rock'n'roll ! Les potentialités d'un outil comme Internet et son influence sur la sexualité des adolescents. Sexologies 2007;16(1):43
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  7. Cottrell L, Branstetter S, Cottrell S, Rishel C, Stanton BF. COMPARING ADOLESCENT AND PARENT PERCEPTIONS OF CURRENT AND FUTURE DISAPPROVED INTERNET USE. Journal of Children and Media 2007;1(3):210
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  8. Rickert VI, Ryan O. Is the Internet the Source?. Journal of Adolescent Health 2007;40(2):104
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  9. Ybarra ML, Alexander C, Mitchell KJ. Depressive symptomatology, youth Internet use, and online interactions: A national survey. Journal of Adolescent Health 2005;36(1):9
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