Dr. Beth Teresa Bell
Dr. Beth Teresa Bell
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Does media type matter? The role of identification in adolescent girls’ media consumption and the impact of different thin-ideal media on body image
BT Bell, H Dittmar
Sex roles 65 (7-8), 478, 2011
1812011
The impact of thin models in music videos on adolescent girls’ body dissatisfaction
BT Bell, R Lawton, H Dittmar
Body image 4 (2), 137-145, 2007
1672007
Objectifying fitness: A content and thematic analysis of# fitspiration images on social media.
N Deighton-Smith, BT Bell
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 7 (4), 467, 2018
462018
Selfie-objectification: self-objectification and positive feedback (“likes”) are associated with frequency of posting sexually objectifying self-images on social media
BT Bell, JA Cassarly, L Dunbar
Body image 26, 83-89, 2018
272018
Planning to save the planet: Using an online intervention based on implementation intentions to change adolescent self-reported energy-saving behavior
BT Bell, N Toth, L Little, MA Smith
Environment and behavior 48 (8), 1049-1072, 2016
252016
Working with teenagers within HCI research: understanding teen-computer interaction
D Fitton, B Bell
Proceedings of the 28th International BCS Human Computer Interaction …, 2014
222014
Understanding teen UX: building a bridge to the future
D Fitton, B Bell, JC Read, O Iversen, L Little, M Horton
CHI'14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 79-82, 2014
102014
Understanding adolescents
BT Bell
Perspectives on HCI research with teenagers, 11-27, 2016
92016
Understanding adolescent girls’ vulnerability to the impact of the mass media on body image and restrained eating behaviour: The role of media type, body perfect …
BT Bell
University of Sussex, 2012
82012
The impact of media images on body image and behaviours: A summary of the scientific evidence
H Dittmar, E Halliwell, M Tiggemann, M Levine, P Diedrichs, N Rumsey, ...
Web. 2 Sept 6, 2009
72009
Working with teenagers in HCI research: A reflection on techniques used in the Taking on the Teenagers project
D Fitton, BT Bell, L Little, M Horton, JC Read, M Rouse, N Toth
Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers, 237-267, 2016
62016
Behaviour change interventions: teenagers, technology and design
L Little, B Bell, G Defeyter, JC Read, D Fitton, M Horton
Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Interaction Design and …, 2013
62013
Teenagers talking about technologies: designing technology to reduce teen energy use
BT Bell, N Toth, JC Read, M Horton, D Fitton, L Little, R Beale, Y Guo
CHI'13 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1491-1496, 2013
62013
Introduction: HCI reaches adolescence
D Fitton, L Little, BT Bell
Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers, 1-9, 2016
42016
Is the next generation prepared? Understanding barriers to teenage energy conservation.
N Toth, B Bell, K Avramides, K Rulton, L Little
Nova, 2014
32014
“You take fifty photos, delete forty nine and use one”: A qualitative study of adolescent image-sharing practices on social media
BT Bell
International Journal of Child-Computer Interaction 20, 64-71, 2019
22019
Perspectives on HCI research with teenagers
L Little, D Fitton, BT Bell, N Toth
Springer, 2016
12016
Shaping the Design of Smartphone-based Interventions for Self-harm
B Bell
PsyArXiv, 2020
2020
“Let Me Do What I Please With It... Don’t Decide My Identity For Me”: LGBTQ+ Youth Experiences of Social Media in Narrative Identity Development
A Bates, T Hobman, BT Bell
Journal of Adolescent Research 35 (1), 51-83, 2020
2020
When you think of exercising, you don’t really want to think of puking, tears, and pain’: Young adolescents’ understanding of fitness and #fitspiration
BT Bell, N Deighton-Smith, M Hurst
Journal of health psychology, 1359105319869798, 2019
2019
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