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
7732009
Internet addiction in students: Prevalence and risk factors
DJ Kuss, MD Griffiths, JF Binder
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (3), 959-966, 2013
5282013
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
2982012
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
2592009
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
1442017
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
1322015
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
702011
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
652010
Closeness, loneliness, support: Core ties and significant ties in personal communities
JF Binder, SGB Roberts, AG Sutcliffe
Social Networks 34 (2), 206-214, 2012
502012
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
432012
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
372014
Activity in social media and intimacy in social relationships
AG Sutcliffe, JF Binder, RIM Dunbar
Computers in Human Behavior 85, 227-235, 2018
352018
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
322016
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
242019
Who is to blame?
H Zagefka, J Binder, R Brown, L Hancock
Social Psychology 44 (6), 398-407, 2013
212013
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
102014
Konfliktmanagement in multilateralen Verhandlungen
J Binder
72005
Online social network data as sociometric markers.
JF Binder, SL Buglass, LR Betts, JDM Underwood
American Psychologist 72 (7), 668-678, 2017
62017
“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
52020
Looking for trouble: A multilevel analysis of disagreeable contacts in online social networks
SL Buglass, JF Binder, LR Betts, JDM Underwood
Computers in Human Behavior 70, 234-243, 2017
42017
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