Brandon T. McDaniel
Brandon T. McDaniel
Research Scientist, Parkview Research Center
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“Technoference”: The Interference of Technology in Couple Relationships and Implications for Women’s Personal and Relational Well-Being.
BT McDaniel, SM Coyne
Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 2014
3692014
New mothers and media use: Associations between blogging, social networking, and maternal well-being
BT McDaniel, SM Coyne, EK Holmes
Maternal and child health journal 16 (7), 1509-1517, 2012
3362012
Technoference: Parent distraction with technology and associations with child behavior problems
BT McDaniel, JS Radesky
Child development 89 (1), 100-109, 2018
2152018
Do you have anything to hide? Infidelity-related behaviors on social media sites and marital satisfaction
BT McDaniel, M Drouin, J Cravens
Computers in Human Behavior 66, 88-95, 2017
1152017
Technology interference in the parenting of young children: Implications for mothers’ perceptions of coparenting
BT McDaniel, SM Coyne
The Social Science Journal 53 (4), 435-443, 2016
1112016
Coparenting quality during the first three months after birth: The role of infant sleep quality
BT McDaniel, DM Teti
Journal of Family Psychology 26 (6), 886-895, 2012
872012
Longitudinal associations between relationship quality and coparenting across the transition to parenthood: A dyadic perspective.
Y Le, BT McDaniel, CE Leavitt, ME Feinberg
Journal of Family Psychology 30 (8), 918, 2016
862016
“Technoference” and implications for mothers' and fathers' couple and coparenting relationship quality
BT McDaniel, AM Galovan, JD Cravens, M Drouin
Computers in human behavior 80, 303-313, 2018
822018
Sexting among married couples: Who is doing it, and are they more satisfied?
BT McDaniel, M Drouin
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (11), 628-634, 2015
782015
Technoference: Longitudinal associations between parent technology use, parenting stress, and child behavior problems
BT McDaniel, JS Radesky
Pediatric Research 84 (2), 210-218, 2018
722018
Parenting stress and sexual satisfaction among first-time parents: A dyadic approach
CE Leavitt, BT McDaniel, MK Maas, ME Feinberg
Sex roles 76 (5-6), 346-355, 2017
582017
Parent distraction with phones, reasons for use, and impacts on parenting and child outcomes: A review of the emerging research
BT McDaniel
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 1 (2), 72-80, 2019
522019
“Do you dare to compare?” Associations between maternal social comparisons on social networking sites and parenting, mental health, and romantic relationship outcomes
SM Coyne, BT McDaniel, LA Stockdale
Computers in Human Behavior 70, 335-340, 2017
502017
Sexting profiles in the United States and Canada: Implications for individual and relationship well-being
AM Galovan, M Drouin, BT McDaniel
Computers in Human Behavior 79, 19-29, 2018
452018
The Implications of Fatherhood for Men
DJ Eggebeen, C Knoester, B McDaniel
Handbook of Father Involvement: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, 338, 2012
452012
Young Children’s Tablet Use and Associations with Maternal Well-Being
TA Pempek, BT McDaniel
Journal of Child and Family Studies, 2016
442016
"Technoference”: Everyday intrusions and interruptions of technology in couple and family relationships
BT McDaniel
Family communication in the age of digital and social media., 228-244, 2015
442015
Daily technology interruptions and emotional and relational well-being
BT McDaniel, M Drouin
Computers in human behavior 99, 1-8, 2019
362019
How parents and their children used social media and technology at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic and associations with anxiety
M Drouin, BT McDaniel, J Pater, T Toscos
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 23 (11), 727-736, 2020
352020
Gender, emotion work, and relationship quality: A daily diary study
MA Curran, BT McDaniel, AM Pollitt, CJ Totenhagen
Sex Roles 73 (3), 157-173, 2015
352015
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