Tynes, B. M., Del Toro, J., & Lozada, F. (in press). An unwelcomed digital visitor in the classroom: The longitudinal impact of online racial discrimination on school achievement motivation. School Psychology Review.

Rose, C. A. & Tynes, B. M. (2015). Longitudinal associations between cybervictimization and mental health among US adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health.

Umaña-Taylor, A. J., Tynes, B. M., Toomey, R. B., Williams, D., & Mitchell, K. (2015). Latino adolescents’ perceived discrimination in online and off-line settings: An examination of cultural risk and protective factors. Developmental Psychology, 51(1), 87-100.

Michikyan, M., Lozada, F., Weidenbenner, J.V.& Tynes, B. M. (2014). Adolescent coping strategies in the face of their “worst online experience”. International Journal of Gaming & Computer Mediated Simulations, 6(4), 1-16.

Tynes, B. M., Hiss, S., Rose, C., Umaña -Taylor, A., Mitchell, K. & Williams, D.  (2014). Internet use, online racial discrimination, and adjustment among a diverse, school- based sample of adolescents.  International Journal of Gaming & Computer Mediated Simulations, 6 (3), 1-16.

Tynes, B. M. & Mitchell, K. (2013). Black youth beyond the digital divide: Age and gender differences in internet use, communication patterns and victimization experiences. Journal of Black Psychology.

Tynes, B. M., Rose, C., & Markoe, S. (2013). Extending campus life to the internet: Social media, discrimination and perceptions of racial climate. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education.

Tynes, B. M., Umaña-Taylor, A., Rose, C., Lin, J., & Anderson, C. (2012). Online racial discrimination and the protective function of ethnic identity and self-esteem for African Americans. Developmental Psychology, 48, 342 – 355.

Tynes, B. M., Garcia, E., Giang, M., & Coleman, N. (2011). The racial landscape of social network sites: Forging identity, community & civic engagement. I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society.

Tynes, B. M., Rose, C.,  & Williams, D. (2010) The development and validation of the Online Victimization Scale for adolescents. Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace, 4(2).

Tynes, B. M., & Markoe, S. (2010). The role of color-blind racial attitudes in reactions to racial discrimination in social network sites. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 3(1), 1-13. 


Tynes, B. M., Schuschke, J., & Noble, S. U. (in press). Digital intersectionality theory and the #Blacklivesmatter Movement. In S. Noble & Tynes, B. (Eds) The Intersectional Internet. New York, NY: Peter Lang.

Tynes, B. M., Hiss, S., Ryan, A. & Rose, C. (2015).  Discrimination in school vs online contexts, mental health and academic motivation among diverse adolescents in the US. The Social Psychology of the Classroom International Handbook. New York, NY: Routledge.

Tynes, B. M., & Monterosa, V. (2014). The making of a global citizen: A model of supporting civic learning opportunities among urban youth. In Middaugh, E. & Kirshner, B. (Eds) Becoming Political in a Digital Age. Charlotte, NC: Information Age.

Tynes, B. M. & Berry, S. (2014). Online learning. Encyclopedia of Education, Economics and Finance. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.


Kafai, Y., Richard, G., & Tynes, B.M. (Eds.) (in preparation). Diversifying Barbie and Mortal Kombat. (includes completed manuscripts from the NSF-funded Inclusive Design Workshop organized by myself and the co-editors listed above- 2015)

Noble, S. & Tynes, B. M. (Eds.). (in press). The intersectional internet: Race, sex, class, & culture online. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.