Brigham Young University
FHSS FACULTY LISTING
Office: 2087 JFSB
, Associate Professor
Department: Family Life
PhD, University of Central Lancashire, 2004
BSc, Utah State University, 2001
Laura Padilla Walker, Sarah Marie Coyne, Ashley M Fraser, Laura Stockdale (2013). Is Disney the nicest place on earth? Prosocial behavior in Disney films.
Journal of Communication.
Ashley M Fraser , Laura Padilla Walker, Sarah Marie Coyne, Larry J Nelson, Laura A Stockdale (2012). Bringing out the inner soldier: Associations between violent video games, empathy, and prosocial behavior toward three targets.
Journal of Youth and Adolescence.
Laura Padilla Walker, Sarah Marie Coyne, Ashley Fraser, William J Dyer, Jeremy B Yorgason (2012). Parents and adolescents growing up in the digital age: Latent growth curve analysis of proactive media monitoring.
Journal of Adolescence.
Laura Padilla Walker, Sarah Marie Coyne (2012). Getting a high speed family connection: Associations between family media use and family connection.
Family Relations .
Sterling Stauffer, Melissa Ann Heath, Sarah Marie Coyne, Scott Ellis Ferrin (2012). High school teachers’ perceptions of cyber bullying: Prevention and intervention strategies.
Psychology in the Schools.
Sarah Marie Coyne, Nicola Gundersen, David A Nelson, Laura Stockdale (2011). Adolescents’ prosocial responses to ostracism: An experimental study.
Journal of Social Psychology.
Laura Padilla Walker, Sarah Marie Coyne (2011). "Turn that thing off!" Parent and adolescent predictors of proactive media monitoring .
Journal of Adolescence .
Sarah Marie Coyne, Laura Padilla Walker, Laura Stockdale, Randal D Day (2011). Game on girls: Associations between co-playing video games and adolescent behavioral and family outcomes.
Journal of Adolescent Health .
Sarah Marie Coyne, Laura Stockdale, Dean M Busby, Bethany Iverson, David M Grant (2011). ““I Luv U :)”: A descriptive study on media use in individuals in romantic relationships.
David A Nelson, Sarah Marie Coyne (2009). Children's intent attributions and feelings of distress: Associations with maternal and paternal parenting practices.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology.
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