1998 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Mass media, Ethnic group and Prosocial behavior are her primary areas of study. With her scientific publications, her incorporates both Developmental psychology and Intervention. Her studies deal with areas such as Computer-mediated communication and Style as well as Social psychology.
Her work is dedicated to discovering how Style, Interpersonal relationship are connected with Social relation and other disciplines. Her studies examine the connections between Mass media and genetics, as well as such issues in Media studies, with regards to Personality development, Gender role and Television viewing. Her Prosocial behavior research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mediation, Media literacy, Creativity and Entertainment.
Her primary scientific interests are in Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Comprehension, Advertising and Cognitive psychology. Her work on Child development as part of general Developmental psychology research is frequently linked to Content, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. Her studies in Social psychology integrate themes in fields like Computer-mediated communication and Style.
Her Comprehension research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Selective attention, Prosocial behavior, Age differences and Primary education. Her study in the field of Mass media and Food marketing also crosses realms of Content analysis and Digital media. Her Visual learning study in the realm of Cognitive psychology interacts with subjects such as Action.
Sandra L. Calvert mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Advertising, Multimedia and Overweight. Her work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Parental perception, Seriation and Friendship. Her study in Social psychology focuses on Gender typing in particular.
Her study in the fields of Mass media under the domain of Advertising overlaps with other disciplines such as Rating system. Sandra L. Calvert has included themes like Usability and Human–computer interaction in her Multimedia study. Sandra L. Calvert has researched Entertainment in several fields, including Human sexuality, Interpersonal relationship and Prosocial behavior.
Sandra L. Calvert mainly focuses on Developmental psychology, Social psychology, Digital media, Overweight and Gross motor skill. Her research integrates issues of Game play, Seriation and Comprehension in her study of Developmental psychology. Her Seriation research incorporates elements of Mathematical skill, Toddler and Interactive media.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Computer-assisted web interviewing and Parental perception. Her research in Entertainment intersects with topics in Human sexuality, Interpersonal relationship, Prosocial behavior and Mass media. Her work on Food marketing is typically connected to Social policy and Public policy as part of general Advertising study, connecting several disciplines of science.
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College students' social networking experiences on Facebook
Tiffany A. Pempek;Yevdokiya A. Yermolayeva;Sandra L. Calvert.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (2009)
Gender, Identity, and Language Use in Teenage Blogs
David A. Huffaker;Sandra L. Calvert.
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (2006)
Children as consumers: advertising and marketing.
Sandra L. Calvert.
The Future of Children (2008)
Brief report: vocabulary acquisition for children with autism: teacher or computer instruction.
Monique Moore;Sandra Calvert.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders (2000)
Exergames for Physical Education Courses: Physical, Social, and Cognitive Benefits
Amanda E. Staiano;Sandra L. Calvert.
Child Development Perspectives (2011)
Impact of virtual reality on young adults' physiological arousal and aggressive thoughts: Interaction versus observation
Sandra L. Calvert;Siu-Lan Tan.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (1994)
The Relation Between Selective Attention to Television Forms and Children's Comprehension of Content.
Sandra L. Calvert;Aletha C. Huston;Bruce A. Watkins;John C. Wright.
Child Development (1982)
Screen Media Exposure and Obesity in Children and Adolescents.
Thomas N. Robinson;Thomas N. Robinson;Jorge A. Banda;Lauren Hale;Amy Shirong Lu.
Children's Journeys Through the Information Age
Sandra L. Calvert.
Age, Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Patterns in Early Computer Use A National Survey
Sandra L. Calvert;Victoria J. Rideout;Jennifer L. Woolard;Rachel F. Barr.
American Behavioral Scientist (2005)
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