Kevin Runions
Kevin Runions
School Mental Health Ontario / McMaster University
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Bullying prevalence across contexts: A meta-analysis measuring cyber and traditional bullying
KL Modecki, J Minchin, AG Harbaugh, NG Guerra, KC Runions
Journal of Adolescent Health 55 (5), 602-611, 2014
Social and ecological structures supporting adolescent connectedness to school: A theoretical model
SK Waters, DS Cross, K Runions
Journal of School Health 79 (11), 516-524, 2009
Online moral disengagement, cyberbullying, and cyber-aggression
KC Runions, M Bak
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (7), 400-405, 2015
Toward a conceptual model of motive and self-control in cyber-aggression: Rage, revenge, reward, and recreation
KC Runions
Journal of youth and adolescence 42, 751-771, 2013
Dietary patterns, body mass index and inflammation: pathways to depression and mental health problems in adolescents
WH Oddy, KL Allen, GSA Trapp, GL Ambrosini, LJ Black, RC Huang, ...
Brain, behavior, and immunity 69, 428-439, 2018
Cyber-aggression and victimization and social information processing: Integrating the medium and the message.
K Runions, JD Shapka, J Dooley, K Modecki
Psychology of violence 3 (1), 9, 2013
Young children's social information processing: family antecedents and behavioral correlates.
KC Runions, DP Keating
Developmental psychology 43 (4), 838, 2007
Developmental trajectories of sleep problems from childhood to adolescence both predict and are predicted by emotional and behavioral problems
B Wang, C Isensee, A Becker, J Wong, PR Eastwood, RC Huang, ...
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1874, 2016
Beyond the reactive‐proactive dichotomy: Rage, revenge, reward, and recreational aggression predict early high school bully and bully/victim status
KC Runions, C Salmivalli, T Shaw, S Burns, D Cross
Aggressive Behavior 44 (5), 501-511, 2018
Properties of the DASS‐21 in an Australian community adolescent population
T Shaw, MA Campbell, KC Runions, SR Zubrick
Journal of clinical psychology 73 (7), 879-892, 2017
Disentangling functions of online aggression: The cyber‐aggression typology questionnaire (CATQ)
KC Runions, M Bak, T Shaw
Aggressive behavior 43 (1), 74-84, 2017
Rage and revenge: Highly aggressive boys' explanations for their responses to ambiguous provocation
BO de Castro, EE Verhulp, K Runions
European Journal of Developmental Psychology 9 (3), 331-350, 2012
Why do victims become perpetrators of peer bullying? Moral disengagement in the cycle of violence
D Falla, R Ortega-Ruiz, K Runions, EM Romera
Youth & Society 54 (3), 397-418, 2022
Moral disengagement of pure bullies and bully/victims: Shared and distinct mechanisms
KC Runions, T Shaw, K Bussey, R Thornberg, C Salmivalli, DS Cross
Journal of youth and adolescence 48, 1835-1848, 2019
Impact of the Friendly Schools whole‐school intervention on transition to secondary school and adolescent bullying behaviour
D Cross, T Shaw, M Epstein, N Pearce, A Barnes, S Burns, S Waters, ...
European Journal of Education 53 (4), 495-513, 2018
Telling an adult at school about bullying: Subsequent victimization and internalizing problems
T Shaw, MA Campbell, J Eastham, KC Runions, C Salmivalli, D Cross
Journal of Child and Family Studies 28, 2594-2605, 2019
Anger and inhibitory control as moderators of children's hostile attributions and aggression
KC Runions, DP Keating
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 31 (5), 370-378, 2010
Moral disengagement strategies in online and offline bullying
EM Romera, R Ortega-Ruiz, K Runions, D Falla
Psychosocial intervention 30 (2), 85-93, 2021
Teacher–child relationship, child withdrawal and aggression in the development of peer victimization
KC Runions, T Shaw
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 34 (6), 319-327, 2013
Piaget’s framework for a scientific study of consciousness
M Ferrari, A Pinard, K Runions
Human Development 44 (4), 195-213, 2001
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