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2012

  • Bae, S., Eller, C., & Lang, A. (forthcoming). Presence, physiological arousal, and visual recognition in 3D TV. Journal of Communication and Computer.
  • Herold, D. K., Sawhney, H., & Fortunati, L. (Eds.). (forthcoming). Understanding creative uses of ICTs:  Users as social actors. London: Routledge.
  • Martins, N., & Harrison, K. (2012). Racial and gender differences in self-esteem and television viewing. Communication Research, 39, 338-357.
  • Martins, N., & Wilson, B. J. (forthcoming). Mean on the screen:  Social aggression in programs popular with children. Journal of Communication
  • Potter, R. F., & Keene, J. R. (2012). The effect of sports fan identification on the cognitive processing of sports news. International Journal of Sport Communication, 5, 348-367.
  • Samson, L., & Grabe, M. E. (forthcoming). Media exposure and the sexual propensities of emerging adults. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media
  • Tea, B., Lee, C., Park, E. & Woo, H. (2012). A study on the persuasion difference of public service advertising by personality traits. Korean Journal of Communication, 56, 186-212.  [Changhoon Lee, Visiting Scholar to ICR]  
  • Wang, Z., & Lang, A. (2012). Reconceptualizing excitation transfer as motivational activation changes and a test of the television program context effects. Media Psychology, 15, 68-92.
  • Weaver, A. J., & Kobach, M. (2012). The relationship between selective exposure and the enjoyment of television violence. Aggressive Behavior, 38, 175-184.
  • Wright, P. J. (2012). Show me the data!:  Empirical support for the 'centerfold syndrome'. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 13, 180-198.
  • Wright, P. J. (forthcoming). Is internet pornography consumption related to adult U.S. males' sexual attitudes? American Journal of Media Psychology
  • Wright, P. J. (forthcoming). A longitudinal analysis of U.S. adults' pornography exposure:  Sexual socialization, selective exposure, and the moderating role of unhappiness. Journal of Media Psychology:  Theories, Methods, and Applications
  • Wright, P. J. (forthcoming). U.S. males and pornography, 1973-2010:  Consumption, predictors, correlates. The Journal of Sex Research
  • Yeshua-Katz,D., & Martin, N. (forthcoming) Communicating stigma:  The pro-ana paradox.  Health Communication.

2011

  • Bellman, S., Potter, R. F., Treleaven-Hassard, S., Robinson, J. A., & Varan, D.  The effectiveness of branded mobile phone apps. Journal of Interactive Marketing, 25, 191-200.
  • Castronova, E.  Virtual life satisfaction. Kyklos, 64(3), 313-328.
  • Castronova, E., Bell, M., & Wagner, G.  Virtual assisted self interviewing (VASI):  An expansion of survey data collection methods to the virtual worlds by means of VDCI. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 3(3).
  • Cherry, B.  Challenges of institutional governance for network infrastructures:  reinstitution and expansion of legal innovations. In G. Faulhaber, G. Madden & J. Petchy (Eds.),Regulation and the Economic Performance of Communication and Information Netoworks: Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Cherry, B.  How elevation of free speech rights affects legality of network neutrality. Federal Communications Law Journal, 63, 591-637.
  • Deuze, M.  Managing media work: Sage.
  • Deuze, M.  Media life. Media, Culture & Society, 33(1), 137-148.
  • Fox, J.  Wise fools:  Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert as modern-day jesters in the American court. In A. Amarasingam (Ed.), The Stewart/Colbert effect:  Essays on the real impacts of fake news: McFarland & Co., Inc.
  • Grabe, M. E., & Samson, L.  Sexual cues emanating from the anchorette chair:  Implications for perceived professionalism, fitness for beat, and memory for news. Communication Research, 38(471-496)
  • Grabe, M. E., Samson, L., Zelankauskiate, A., & Yegiyan, N.  Covering presidential election campaigns:  Does reporter gender affect the work lives of correspondents and their reportage? Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 55(3), 285-306.
  • Jensen, J. D., Weaver, A. J., Ivic, R., & Imboden, K.  Developing a brief sensation seeking scale for children:  Establishing concurrent validity with video game use and rule-breaking behavior. Media Psychology, 14, 71-95.
  • Lang, A., Kurita, S., Rubenking, B., & Potter, R. F.  MiniMAM:  Developing a short version of the Motivation Activation Measure. Communication Methods and Measures, 5, 146-162.
  • Lang, A., & Yegiyan, N.  Individual differences in motivational activation influence responses to picture of taboo products. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 1072-1087.
  • Lee, C & Park, S. (2011). The effect of display type on viewer's attention, arousal, and recognition. Korean Journal of Broadcasting, 26, 84-125.  [Changhoon Lee, Visiting Scholar to ICR]  
  • Martins, N., Williams, D. C., Ratan, R., & Harrison, K.  Virtual muscularity:  A content analysis of male body imagery in video games. Body Image, 8, 43-51.
  • Martins, N., & Wilson, B. J.  Genre differences in the portray of social aggression in programs popular with children. Communication Research Reports, 28, 130-140.
  • Martins, N., & Wilson, B. J.  Parental communication about kidnapping stories in the news. Journal of Children and Media, 5, 132-146.
  • Martins, N., & Wilson, B. J.  The relationship between social aggression on television and children's aggression in the classroom. Human Communication Research, 38, 48-71.
  • Potter, R. F., & Bolls, P. D.  Psychophysiological Measurement and Meaning:  Cognitive and Emotioinal Processing of Media. New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Potter, R. F., Lee, S., & Rubenking, B.  Correlating a motivation-activation measure with media preference. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 55, 400-418.
  • Sawhney, H. (2012). Beyond the path of least resistance:  The system quest. Info:  The journal of policy, regulation and strategy for telecommunications, information and media, 14, 20-35.
  • Wang, Z., & Lang, A.  Reconceptualizing excitation transfer as motivational activation changes in a test of the television program context effect. Media Psychology, 15(1), 68-92.
  • Wang, Z., Lang, A., & Busemeyer, J.  Motivational processing and choice behavior during television viewing:  An integrative dynamic approach. Journal of Communication, 61(72-94).
  • Weaver, A. J.  A meta-analytical review of selective exposure to and the enjoyment of media violence. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 55, 232-250.
  • Weaver, A. J.  The role of actors' race in White audiences' selective exposure to movies. Journal of Communication, 61(369-385).
  • Weaver, A. J., Jensen, J. D., Martins, N., Hurley, R., & Wilson, B. J.  Liking violence and action:  An examination of gender differences in children's processing of animated content.Media Psychology, 14(49-70).
  • Wright, P. J.  Communicative dynamics and recovery from sexual addiction:  An inconsistent nurturing as control theory analysis. Communication Quarterly, 59, 395-414.
  • Wright, P. J.  Mass media effects on youth sexual behavior:  Assessing the claim for causality. Communication Yearbook, 35, 343-386.
  • Wright, P. J., & McKinley, C. J.  Mental health resources for LGBT collegians:  A content analysis of college counseling center websites. Journal of Homosexuality, 58, 138-147.
  • Yang, J., & Grabe, M. E.  Knowledge acquisition gaps:  A comparison of print versus online news sources. New Media & Society, 13(8), 1211-1227.

2010

  • Castronova, E.  On money and magic. Journal of Virtual Worlds Research, 2(4).
  • Cherry, B.  Consumer sovereignty:  New boundaries for telecommunications and broadband access. Telecommunications policy, 34, 11-22.
  • Detenber, B. H., & Lang, A.  The influence of media form and presentation attributes on emotion. In K. Doveling, C. v. Scheve & E. Konijin (Eds.), Handbook of Emotions and Mass Media(pp. 275-293). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Deuze, M.  Survival of the mediated. Cultural Sciences, 3.
  • Deuze, M., Elefante, P., & Steward, B.  Media work and the economic recession. Popular Communication:  The international journal of media and culture, 8, 226-231.
  • Ewoldsen, D., & Lang, A.  The measurement of positive and negative affect in media research. In K. Doveling, C. von Scheve & E. Konijin (Eds.), Handbook of emotions and mass media(pp. 79-98). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Lang, A., & Ewoldsen, D.  Beyond effects:  Conceptualizing communication as dynamic, complex, nonlinear, and fundamental. In S. Allen (Ed.), Rethinking communication:  Keywords in communication research: Hampton Press.
  • Sparks, J. B., & Lang, A.  An initial examination of the post-auricular reflex as a physiological indicator of appetitive activation during television viewing. Communication Methods and Measures, 4(311-330).
  • Wright, P. J.  A hierarchical linear modeling assessment of dual addiction status change in sexual compulsivity over time. Psychological Reports, 107, 236-244.
  • Wright, P. J.  Sexual compulsivity and 12-step peer and sponsor supportive communication:  A cross-lagged panel analysis. Sexual Addiction and Compulsivity, 17, 154-169.
  • Wright, P. J., & McKinley, C. J.  Services and information for sexual compulsive students on college counseling center websites:  Results from a national sample. Journal of Health Communication, 15, 665-678. 
  • Yegiyan, N., & Lang, A.  Processing central and peripheral detail:  How content arousal and emotional tone influence encoding. Media Psychology, 13, 77-99.  

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2012

  • Keene, J.R., & Lang, A. Positively negative:  An over time examination of reactions to coactive messages.  Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Psychophysiological Researchers, New Orleans, LA

2011

  • Bae, S., Eller, C., & Lang, A.   The effect of 3D film shorts on presence, arousal, and visual recognition. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Bae, S., & Lang, A.   Gender differences in emotional rating of naked news. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Bailey, R., & Lang, A.   The effects of trait motivational reactivity and personal experiences on processing messages about mental illness. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Bailey, R., Rubenking, B., & Lang, A.   The influence of trait motivational reactivity on the formation of motivated cognitive states:  flow, presence and transportation. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Boston, MA
  • Bailey, R., Rubenking, B., & Lang, A.   An overtime comparison of flow, presence, and transportation states. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Bailey, R., Rubenking, B., & Lang, A.   An overtime comparison of motivated cognitive states:  Flow, presence and transportation. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Boston, MA
  • Bass, O., Grabe, M. E., Pagano, L. A., & Samson, L.   Audience responses to female anchors' sexual attractiveness:  Gender differences and intra-sexual competition. Paper presented at the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences.
  • Cherry, B. A.   The rise of shadow common carriers:  A legacy of deregulatory broadband policies. Paper presented at the 39th Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference.
  • Cherry, B. A.   Social media and the constitutional rights of individuals v. corporations. Paper presented at the Governance of Social Media Workshop.
  • Deuze, M.   Managing media work. Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
  • Deuze, M.   Media unlife:  On zombies, avatars, and adaptive advantage. Paper presented at the Association for Politics and Life Sciences.
  • Ekbia, H., & Sawhney, H.   Matter and metaphor:  The dynamics of technological change. Paper presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science.
  • Ems, L., & Deuze, M.   Twitter revolutioins?  Political activism and dissent in the age of social media. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Falk, M., & Potter, R. F.   Investigating if repeated exposure to complex auditory structural features leads to habituation of the orienting response. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Boston, MA.
  • Grabe, M. E.   News as reality-inducing, survival-relevant, and gender-specific stimuli. Paper presented at the Association for Politics and the Life Sciences, Cincinnati, OH.
  • Keene, J., & Lang, A.   When does coactivity actually mean coactive?  Applying LC4MP to the processing of 'poignant' messages. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Kurita, S., & Lang, A.   Are there desensitizers and sensitizers?  Examining physiological responses during violent and non-violent games as a function of players' motivational activation and prior violent exposure. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Kurita, S., & Lang, A.   The effects of individual's motivational activation during violent and non-violent video games. Paper presented at the Japanese Psychology Association, Osaka.
  • Lee, S., & Lang, A.   Resources available to message processing:  Redundancy, structural complexity, and emotional content. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Lee, S., & Lang, A.   Testing resource allocation to encoding information during TV news viewing. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Martins, N., & Wilson, B. J.   the relationship between social agression on television and children's aggression in the classroom. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Matthews, N. L., & Weaver, A. J.   Skill gap:  Quantifying the amount and type of generated violent content in video game play between variably skilled users. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Ross, T., & Weaver, A. J.   Good grief:  The influence of social queues on hostility and strategy in a multiplayer game. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Rubenking, B., Bailey, R., & Lang, A.   Individual differences in motivational reactivity influence orienting responses. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Boston, MA.
  • Rubenking, B., & Lang, A.   Exploring the influences of biologically based traits and attitudes on decisions to view arousing content. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Rubenking, B., & Lang, A.   Motivational reactivity.  Implicit and explicitly measured attitude influences on substance use and quitting behaviors. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Samson, L., & Grabe, M. E.   The sexual propensities of young adults:  Does media use matter? Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Samson, L., & Potter, R. F.   Empathizing and systemizing media violence:  A dual-control approach. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Boston, MA
  • Sawhney, H.   The neglected side of creativity equation:  Filtering of ideas, online and offline. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Weaver, A. J.   An examination of the potential mediators of the relationship between actors' race and selective exposure to movies. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.
  • Weaver, A. J., & Levell, C.   Prime-time online:  Exploring the appeal of evolving narrative trends. Paper presented at the Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Weaver, A. J., & Lewis, N.   An exploration of players' moral choices in video games. Paper presented at the Ethical inquiry through video game play and design research symposium, Greencastle, IN.

2010

  • Bailey, R. L., Lang, A., Nadorff, G., Lee, S., Pescosolido, B., & Martin, J. The effects of trait motivational activation and personal experiences on processing negative motivationally relevant television content. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Portland, OR.
  • Bailey, R. L., Rubenking, B., Lang, A., Nadorff, G., Lee, S., Pescosolido, B., et al. The effects of trait appetitive system reactivity and personal experiences on processing TV messages about mental illness. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Portland, OR.
  • Blank, P., Speers, L., & Deuze, M. Media life. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Chen, D., & Fox, J. R. The devil you know:  The effects of screen size, pacing, experience and familiarity on attention and arousal responses to camera changes in television messages. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Portland, OR.
  • Cherry, B. A. Deregulatory policies and technological acceleration:  At the brink of a new phase transition in policymaking systems. Paper presented at the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Bloomington, IN.
  • Cherry, B. A. Experimenting with governance for U.S. broadband infrastructure:  The wisdom of retaining or dismantling prior legal innovations. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, Arlington, VA.
  • Cherry, B. A. Faulty experimentation under U.S. deregulatory broadband policies:  Relearning the benefits of prior legal innovations for governance of networks. Paper presented at the Third Annual Conference on Competition and Regulation in Network Industries, Brussels, Belgium.
  • Cherry, B. A. How elevation of corporate free speech rights affects legality of network neutrality. Paper presented at the 18th Biennial Conference of the International Telecommunications Society, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Deuze, M., & Steward, B. Workstyles in film and television production. Paper presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Ekibia, H., & Sawhney, H. Reason, resistance, and reversal:  Metaphors of technology in design and law. Paper presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Falk, M., Potter, R. F., & Wells, T Habituation of the orienting response to auditory structural features. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Fox, J. R. An n of 1:  The reliance on exemplars in news coverage in the government's recommendation that women wait until 50 to begin routine mammography. Paper presented at the Kentucky Conference on Health Communication, Lexington, KY.
  • Gao, Y., Lang, A., & Potter, R. F. The impact of dimensions of audio complexity on cognitive load. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Grabe, M. E., & Samson, L. Sexual cues emanating from the anchorette chair:  Implications for perceived professionalism, fitness for beat, and memory for news. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Grabe, M. E., & Samson, L. What does sexual attractiveness have to do with news? Paper presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Las Vegas, NV.
  • Koruth, K. J., & Lang, A. Using HRV to measure variations in PNS and SNS activation during television viewing. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Kurita, S., & Lang, A. The process of desensitization?  Examining habituation and attention during violent and non-violent video games. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Kurita, S., & Lang, A. The process of desensitization?  Examining habituation and attention during violent and non-violent vidoe games. Paper presented at the Society for Psychophysiological Research, Portland, OR.
  • Martins, N., Williams, D. C., Harrison, K., & Ratan, R. Virtual masculinity:  A content analysis of male body imagery in video games. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Sawhney, H., Suri, V., & Lee, H. New technologies in light of the old:  Metaphors, precedents, and law. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Wright, P. J., & McKinley, C. Mental health resources for LGBT collegians:  A content analysis of college counseling center websites. Paper presented at the National Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Yang, J., & Grabe, M. E. At the intersection of the digital divide and the knowledge gap:  The results from three knowledge acquisition measures. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.
  • Yang, J., & Grabe, M. E. The widening information gap between high and low education groups:  Knowledge acquisition from online vs. print sources. Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Singapore.