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Alicia Gilbert
Alicia Gilbert
PhD Candidate, Department of Communication, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
Verified email at uni-mainz.de
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Instagram Inspiration: How Upward Comparison on Social Network Sites Can Contribute to Well-Being
A Meier, A Gilbert, S Börner, D Possler
Journal of Communication 70 (5), 721-743, 2020
1472020
Self-Regulation as a Key Boundary Condition in the Relationship Between Social Media Use and Well-Being
L Reinecke, A Gilbert, A Eden
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2022
512022
Situational boundary conditions of digital stress: Goal conflict and autonomy frustration make smartphone use more stressful
A Gilbert, SE Baumgartner, L Reinecke
Mobile Media & Communication 11 (3), 435–458, 2023
222023
Banning children’s social media use: A wave of symbolic regulations, but at what cost?
P Schneiders, A Gilbert
Internet Policy Review, 2024
12024
Momentary Motivations for Digital Disconnection: An Experience Sampling Study
J Klingelhoefer, A Gilbert, A Meier
PsyArXiv, 2023
12023
Too amused to stop? Self-control and the disengagement process on Netflix
A Gilbert, L Reinecke, A Meier, SE Baumgartner, F Dietrich
Journal of Communication, jqae023, 2024
2024
Mapping a pluralistic continuum of approaches to digital disconnection
MQ Ross, A Gilbert, J Klingelhoefer, M Matassi, LM Nassen, ...
Media, Culture & Society 46 (4), 851-862, 2024
2024
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