Dr. Beth Teresa Bell
Dr. Beth Teresa Bell
Verified email at yorksj.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
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
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
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
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
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
Working with teenagers within HCI research: understanding teen-computer interaction
D Fitton, B Bell
Proceedings of the 28th International BCS Human Computer Interaction …, 2014
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
Understanding adolescents
BT Bell
Perspectives on HCI research with teenagers, 11-27, 2016
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
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
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
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
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
Introduction: HCI reaches adolescence
D Fitton, L Little, BT Bell
Perspectives on HCI Research with Teenagers, 1-9, 2016
Is the next generation prepared? Understanding barriers to teenage energy conservation.
N Toth, B Bell, K Avramides, K Rulton, L Little
Nova, 2014
“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
Perspectives on HCI research with teenagers
L Little, D Fitton, BT Bell, N Toth
Springer, 2016
“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
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
Method Selection and Participant Recruitment in Sensitive HCI Research
S Clinch, M Honary, BT Bell, R McNaney
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