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Laura Marciano, Ph.D.

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Laura Marciano is working as an SNSF funded Research Fellow at the Harvard Chan T.H. School of Public Health, Boston (USA), where she studies the link between digital media use and happiness in young people. She is the main investigator of the HappyB project.

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  1. P500PS_202974 (Laura Marciano) Jan 1, 2022 - Dec 31, 2023
    Swiss National Science Foundation
    HappyB
    Role Description: This study, called HappyB, aims to investigate how digital media use, particularly smartphone and social media use, is linked, over time, to youth well-being conceptualized in a positive way. The project, funded by the Swiss National Science Foundation(SNSF), started in January 2022 and will run for 24 months. The data collected will be analyzed at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (Boston, USA).
    Role: Principal Investigator

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  1. Camerini A.L., Albanese E., Marciano L., . The impact of screen time and green time on mental health in children and adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Computers in Human Behavior Reports (in press). 2022. View Publication.
  2. Camerini A.-L., Marciano L., Annoni A. M., Ort A., & Petrocchi S. (2022). . Exploring the Emotional Experience During Instant Messaging Among Young Adults: An Experimental Study Incorporating Physiological Correlates of Arousal. Frontiers in Psychology, 13. 2022. View Publication.
  3. Marciano L., Driver C. C., Schulz P. J., & Camerini A.-L. (2022). . Dynamics of adolescents’ smartphone use and well-being are positive but ephemeral. Scientific Reports, 12(1), 1316. 2022. View Publication.
  4. Marciano L., Ostroumova M., Schulz Peter J., & Camerini A.-L. (2022). . Digital Media Use and Adolescents’ Mental Health During the Covid-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Frontiers in Public Health, 9. 2022. View Publication.
  5. Marciano L., & Camerini A.-L. (2022). . Duration, frequency, and time distortion: Which is the best predictor of problematic smartphone use in adolescents? A trace data study. PLOS ONE, 17(2), e0263815. 2022. View Publication.
  6. Marciano L., Camerini A. L., & Schulz P. J. (2022). . Neuroticism and internet addiction: What is next? A systematic conceptual review. Personality and Individual Differences, 185, 111260. 2022. View Publication.
  7. Marciano L., & Camerini A. L. (2021). . Recommendations on screen time, sleep and physical activity: associations with academic achievement in Swiss adolescents. Public Health, 198, 211-217. 2022. View Publication.
  8. Marciano L., Camerini A.-L., & Morese R. (2021). . The Developing Brain in the Digital Era: A Scoping Review of Structural and Functional Correlates of Screen Time in Adolescence. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 3761. 2022. View Publication.
  9. Marciano L., Schulz P. J., & Camerini A. L. (2021). . How smartphone use becomes problematic: Application of the ALT-SR model to study the predicting role of personality traits. Computers in Human Behavior, 119, 106731. 2022. View Publication.
  10. Annoni A. M., Petrocchi S., Camerini A. L., & Marciano L. (2021). . The Relationship between Social Anxiety, Smartphone Use, Dispositional Trust, and Problematic Smartphone Use: A Moderated Mediation Model. International journal of environmental research and public health, 18(5), 2452. 2022. View Publication.
  11. Marciano L., Camerini A.-L., & Schulz P. J. (2020). . Neuroticism in the digital age: A meta-analysis. Computers in Human Behavior Reports, 2, 100026. 2022. View Publication.
  12. Marciano L., Petrocchi S., & Camerini A.-L. (2020). . Parental knowledge of children’s screen time: The role of parent-child relationship and communication. Communication Research, 0093650220952227. 2022. View Publication.
  13. Marciano L., Schulz P. J., & Camerini A.-L. (2020). . Cyberbullying Perpetration and Victimization in Youth: A Meta-Analysis of Longitudinal Studies. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 25(2), 163–181. 2022. View Publication.
  14. Antonietti C., Camerini A.-L., & Marciano L. (2020). . The impact of self-esteem, family and peer cohesion on social appearance anxiety in adolescence: Examination of the mediating role of coping. International Journal of Adolescence and Youth, 25(1), 1089–1102. 2022. View Publication.
  15. etrocchi S., Marciano L., Annoni A. M., & Camerini A.-L. (2020). . “What you say and how you say it” matters: An experimental evidence of the role of synchronicity, modality, and message valence during smartphone-mediated communication. PLOS ONE, 15(9), e0237846. 2022. View Publication.
  16. Camerini A.-L., Gerosa T., & Marciano L. (2020). . Predicting problematic smartphone use over time in adolescence: A latent class regression analysis of online and offline activities. New Media & Society, 1461444820948809. 2022. View Publication.
  17. Camerini A.-L., Marciano L., Carrara A., & Schulz P. J. (2020). . Cyberbullying perpetration and victimization among children and adolescents: A systematic review of longitudinal studies. Telematics and Informatics, 49, 101362. 2022. View Publication.
  18. Marciano L., Camerini A.-L., & Schulz P. J. (2019). . The role of health literacy in diabetes knowledge, self-care, and glycemic control: A meta-analysis. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 34(6), 1007–1017. 2022. View Publication.
  19. Laura Marciano. Neuroticism and (problematic) digital media use in adolescence: From cross-sectional associations to individual longitudinal effects. PhD Thesis. 2021. View Publication.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.