Scott E. Caplan
Scott E. Caplan
University of Delaware - Department of Communication
Verified email at udel.edu - Homepage
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Problematic Internet use and psychosocial well-being: development of a theory-based cognitive–behavioral measurement instrument
SE Caplan
Computers in human behavior 18 (5), 553-575, 2002
17142002
Preference for online social interaction: A theory of problematic Internet use and psychosocial well-being
SE Caplan
Communication research 30 (6), 625-648, 2003
13972003
Relations among loneliness, social anxiety, and problematic Internet use
SE Caplan
CyberPsychology & behavior 10 (2), 234-242, 2006
10922006
Who plays, how much, and why? Debunking the stereotypical gamer profile
D Williams, N Yee, SE Caplan
Journal of computer-mediated communication 13 (4), 993-1018, 2008
8862008
A social skill account of problematic Internet use
SE Caplan
Journal of communication 55 (4), 721-736, 2005
8582005
Theory and measurement of generalized problematic Internet use: A two-step approach
SE Caplan
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (5), 1089-1097, 2010
8162010
Problematic Internet use and psychosocial well-being among MMO players
S Caplan, D Williams, N Yee
Computers in human behavior 25 (6), 1312-1319, 2009
5792009
Looking for gender: Gender roles and behaviors among online gamers
D Williams, M Consalvo, S Caplan, N Yee
Journal of communication 59 (4), 700-725, 2009
4872009
Cognitive complexity
BR Burleson, SE Caplan
Communication and personality: Trait perspectives, 230-286, 1998
4661998
Can you hear me now? The impact of voice in an online gaming community
D Williams, S Caplan, L Xiong
Human communication research 33 (4), 427-449, 2007
2132007
Bringing theory to research on computer-mediated comforting communication
SE Caplan, JS Turner
Computers in human behavior 23 (2), 985-998, 2007
2072007
Online social interaction, psychosocial well-being, and problematic Internet use.
SE Caplan, AC High
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2011
1382011
Social anxiety and computer-mediated communication during initial interactions: Implications for the hyperpersonal perspective
AC High, SE Caplan
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (2), 475-482, 2009
1252009
A cognitive-behavioral model of problematic online gaming in adolescents aged 12–22 years
MC Haagsma, SE Caplan, O Peters, ME Pieterse
Computers in human behavior 29 (1), 202-209, 2013
1122013
Beyond excessive use: The interaction between cognitive and behavioral symptoms of problematic Internet use
SE Caplan, AC High
Communication Research Reports 23 (4), 265-271, 2006
1062006
Positive metacognitions about Internet use: The mediating role in the relationship between emotional dysregulation and problematic use
S Casale, SE Caplan, G Fioravanti
Addictive behaviors 59, 84-88, 2016
912016
Who plays, how much, and why? A behavioral player census of a virtual world
D Williams, N Yee, S Caplan
Journal of Computer Mediated Communication 13 (4), 993-1018, 2008
812008
The role of facework in younger and older adults’ evaluations of social support messages
SE Caplan, W Samter
Communication Quarterly 47 (3), 245-264, 1999
711999
Psychometric validation of the generalized problematic Internet use scale 2 in a Portuguese sample
HM Pontes, SE Caplan, MD Griffiths
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 823-833, 2016
692016
Challenging the mass-interpersonal communication dichotomy: Are we witnessing the emergence of an entirely new communication system
SE Caplan
Electronic Journal of Communication 11 (1), 2001
582001
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