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  • Lang, A., R.F. Potter, P.D. Bolls. (2009). "Where Psychophysiology Meets the Media:  Taking the Effects Out of Media Research." Media Effects:  Advances in Theory and Research. J. Bryant and M. B. Oliver. New York, Routledge: 185-206.
  • Lee, S. & Lang, A. (2009).  Discrete emotion and motivation:  Relative activation on appetitive and aversive motivational system as a function of anger, sadness, fear and joy during televised information campaigns.  Media Psychology, 12, 148-170.
  • Weaver, A. J., & Wilson, B. J. (2009). The Role of Graphic and Sanitized Violence in the Enjoyment of Television Dramas. Human Communication Research, 35(3), 442-463.


  • Angelini, J. R. (2008). Television Sports and Athlete Sex: Looking At the Differences in Watching Male and Female Athletes. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 52(1): 16-32. 
  • Bucy, E. P., & Grabe, M. E. (2008). "Happy warriors" revisited. Politics & the Life Sciences, 27(1), 78-98. 
  • Kamhawi, R. and Grabe M. E. (2008). Engaging the Female Audience: An Evolutionary Psychology Perspective on Gendered Responses to News Valence Frames. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 52(1): 33-51. 
  • Lang, A. "Limited Capacity Model." The International Encyclopedia of Communication. Donsbach, Wolfgang (Ed). Blackwell Publishing, 2008. Blackwell Reference Online. 22 February 2009. 
  • Lee, S. & Lang, A. (2008).  The impact of slow motion on motivated cognition and liking.  Korean Journal of Broadcasting & Telecommunications studies.  22(4), 237-276. 
  • Lang, A., & Yegiyan, N. S. (2008). Understanding the Interactive Effects of Emotional Appeal and Claim Strength in Health Messages. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 52(3), 432-447.
  • Pescosolido, B. A., J. K. Martin, et al. (2008). Rethinking theoretical approaches to stigma: A Framework Integrating Normative Influences on Stigma (FINIS). Social Science & Medicine 67(3): 431-440.
  • Potter, R.F., Callison, C., Chambers, T., Edison, A. (2008).  Radio’s Clutter Conundrum:  Better Memory for Ads, Worse Attitudes Toward Stations.  International Journal of Media Management (10), 139-147. 
  • Potter, R.F., Lang, A., & Bolls, P. D. (2008). Identifying structural features of audio: Orienting responses during radio messages and their impact on recognition. Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 20(4), 168-177. 
  • Wise, K., Lee, S., Lang, A., Fox, J. R., & Grabe, M. E. (2008). Responding to Change on TV: How Viewer-Controlled Changes in Content Differ From Programmed Changes in Content. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 52(2), 182-199.


  • Castronova, E. (2007). Exodus to the Virtual World: How Online Games Will Change Reality. New York: Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Lang, A., Park, B., Sanders-Jackson, A. N., Wilson, B. D., & Zheng, W. (2007). Cognition and emotion in TV message processing: How valence, arousing content, structural complexity, and information density affect the availability of cognitive resources. Media Psychology, 10(3), 317-338. 
  • Bucy, E. P., & Chen-Chao, T. (2007). The Mediated Moderation Model of Interactivity. Media Psychology, 9(3), 647-672. 
  • Lang, A., Schwartz, N., Lee, S., & Angelini, J. (2007). Processing Radio PSAs: Production Pacing, Arousing Content, and Age. Journal of Health Communication, 12, 581-599. 
  • Chock, T. M., Fox, J. R., Angelini, J. R., Lee, S., & Lang, A. (2007). Telling Me Quickly: How Arousing Fast-Paced PSAs Decrease Self-Other Differences. Communication Research, 34(6), 618-636. 
  • Fox, J. R., Park, B., & Lang, A. (2007). When available resources become negative resources: The effects of cognitive overload on memory sensitivity and criterion bias. Communication Research, 34(3), 277-296.
  • Yegiyan, N. S., & Grabe, M. E. (2007). An Experimental Investigation of Source Confusion in Televised Messages: News Versus Advertisements. Human Communication Research, 33(3), 379-395. 
  • Lang, A., Bradley, S. D., Sparks Jr, J. V., & Lee, S. (2007). The Motivation Activation Measure (MAM): How well does MAM predict individual differences in physiological indicators of appetitive and aversive activation? Communication Methods and Measures, 1(2), 113-136.