Ellen Wartella, Vicky Rideout, Heather Montague, Leanne Beaudoin-Ryan, and Alexis Lauricella. "Teens, Health, and Technology: A National Survey," Media and Communication, 2016, Volume 4, Issue 3, Pages 13-23 Doi: 10.17645/mac.v4i3.515
Alexis R. Lauricella, Ellen Wartella, and Victoria J. Rideout. “Young children’s screen time: The complex role of parent and child factors,” Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 36 (2015) 11-17. DOI: 10.1016/j.appdec.2014.12.001
Elizabeth Moore and Victoria J. Rideout. “The Online Marketing of Food to Children: Is It Just Fun and Games?” Journal of Public Policy & Marketing 26, no. 2 (2007): 202-220. Note: Article received the Thomas C. Kinnear/Journal of Public Policy & Marketing Award recognizing the article that “makes the most significant contribution to the understanding of marketing and public policy issues within the most recent three-year period (2006-2008).”
Ellen Wartella, Aletha C. Huston, Victoria Rideout and Michael Robb. “Studying Media Effects on Children: Improving Methods and Measures,” American Behavioral Scientist 52 (2009): 1111-1114.
Elizabeth A. Vandewater, Victoria J. Rideout, Ellen A. Wartella, Xuan Huang, June H. Lee and Mi-suk Shim.“Digital Childhood: Electronic Media and Technology Use Among Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers.” Pediatrics 119, no. 5 (2007): e1006-e1015.
Caroline R. Richardson, Paul J. Resnick, Derek L. Hansen, Holly A. Derry, and Victoria J. Rideout. “Does Pornography-Blocking Software Block Access to Health Information on the Internet?” Journal of the American Medical Association 288, no. 22 (2002): 2887-2894.
Ellen A. Wartella, Elizabeth A. Vandewater, and Victoria J. Rideout. “Introduction: Electronic Media Use in the Lives of Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers.”American Behavioral Scientist 48, no. 5 (2005): 501-504.
Sandra L. Calvert, Victoria J. Rideout, Jennifer L. Woolard, Rachel F. Barr, and Gabrielle A. Strouse. “Age, Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Patterns in Early Computer Use: A National Survey.” American Behavioral Scientist 48, no. 5 (2005) 590-607.
Elizabeth A. Vadewater, David S. Bickham, June H. Lee, Hope M. Cummings, Ellen A. Wartella, and Victoria J. Rideout. “When the Television is Always On: Heavy Television Exposure and Young Children’s Development.” American Behavioral Scientist 48, no. 5 (2005): 562-577.
Mollyann Brodie, Ursula Foehr, Vicky Rideout, Neal Baer, Carolyn Miller, Rebecca Flournoy, and Drew Altman. “Communicating Health Information Through the Entertainment Media.” Health Affairs 20, no. 1 (2001): 192-199.