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2016

2015

  • Bailey, R.L. (2015). Processing food advertisements: Initial biological responses matter.  Communication Monographs, 82(1), 163-178. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03637751.2014.971417
  • Bailey, R.L., Potter, R.F., Lang, A., & Pisoni, D. (2015). Modulating executive functioning: Trait motivational reactivity and resting HRV. Cognition & Emotion, 29(1), 138-145.
  • Gonzales, A.L. (2015). Disadvantaged minorities' use of the Internet to expand their social networks, Communication Research,  http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0093650214565925
  • Grabe, M.E., Bas, O., & van Driel, I.I. (2015). Defecting from the Gutenberg legacy: Employing images to test knowledge gaps.  Journal of Communication, 65(2), 300-319.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/jcom.12150
  • James, T.W., Potter, R.F., Lee, S., Kim, S., Stevenson, R.A., & Lang, A. (2015). How realistic should avatars be? An initial fMRI investigation of activation of the face perception network by real and animated faces. Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 27(3), 109-117.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1027/1864-1105/a000156
  • Kapidzic, S., & Martins, N. (2015). Mirroring the media: The relationship between media consumption, media internalization, and profile picture characteristics on Facebook. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 59(2), 278-297.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08838151.2015.1029127
  • Koruth, K.J., Lang, A., Potter, R.F., & Bailey, R. (2015). A comparative analysis of dynamic and static indicators of parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system activation during TV viewing. Communication Methods and Measures, 9(1-2), 78-100.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19312458.2014.999752
  • Lang, A., & Bailey, R.L. (2015). Understanding information selection and encoding from a dynamic, energy saving, evolved, embodied, embedded perspective. Human Communication Research, 41(1), 1-20. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/hcre.12040
  • Lang, A., Bailey, R.L., & Connolly, S. (2015). Encoding systems and evolved message processing: Pictures enable action, words enable thinking. Media and Communication, 3(1). http://dx.doi.org/10.17645/mac.v3i1.248
  • Lang, A., & Chrzan, J. (2015). Media multitasking: Good, bad, or ugly? In E.L. Cohen (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 39 (pp. 99-130). New York, NY: Routledge.
  • Lang, A., Gao, Y., Potter, R.F., Lee, S., Park, B., & Bailey, R. (2015). Conceptualizing audio message complexity as available processing resources. Communication Research, 42(6), 759-778.
  • Lang, A., Schwartz, N., & Mayell, S. (2015). Slow down you're moving too fast: Age, production pacing, arousing content, and memory for television messages. Journal of Media Psychology, 27(2), 53-63.
  • Lee, S., & Lang, A. (2015) Redefining media content and structure in terms of available resources: Toward a dynamic human-centric theory of communication.  Communication Research, 42(5), 599-625.
  • Lewis, N., & Weaver, A.J. (2015). Emotional responses to social comparisons in reality television programming. Journal of Media Psychologyhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1027/1864-1105/a000151
  • Lewis, N., & Weaver, A.J. (2015) More than a game: Sports media framing effects on attitudes, intentions, and enjoyment. Communication & Sport3(2), 219-242.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/2167479513508273
  • Lynch, T. & Martins, N. (2015). Nothing to fear? An analysis of college students' fear experiences with video games.  Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 59(2), 298-317.
  • Martins, N., Matthews, N.L., & Ratan, R. (in press).  Playing by the rules: Parental mediation of video game play.  Journal of Family Issues.
  • Matthews, N.L. (2015). Too good to care: The effect of skill on hostility and aggression following violent video game play.  Computers in Human Behavior, 48, 219-225.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chb.2015.01.059
  • Potter, R. F., Lynch, T., & Kraus, A. (2015). I've heard that before:  Habituation of the orienting response follows repeated presentation of auditory structural features in radio.  Communication Monographs, 82(3), 359-378.
  • Rodero, E., (in press). Influence of speech rate and information density on recognition: The moderate dynamic mechanism.  Media Psychology, 2015.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15213269.2014.1002942
  • Rodero, E. (2015). The principle of distinctive and contrastive coherence of prosody in radio news: An analysis of perception and recognition.  Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 39(1),79-92.
  • Rubenking, B., & Lang, A. (2015). Appetitive and impulsive: Examining alcohol use via the motivational and self-control systems.  The Social Science Journal, 52(2), 258-265.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.soscij.2014.12.001
  • Samson, L., & Potter, R.F. (in press). Empathizing and systemizing (un)justified mediated violence: Psychophysiological indicators of emotional response. Media Psychology, 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15213269.2015.1037959
  • Sparks, J.V., & Lang, A. (2015). Mechanisms underlying the effects of sexy and humorous content in advertisements. Communication Monographs, 82(1), 134-162.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/03637751.2014.976236
  • Varan, D., Lang, A., Barwise, P., Weber, R., & Bellman, S. (2015). How reliable are neuromarketers' measures of advertising effectiveness: Data from ongoing research holds no common truth among vendors. Journal of Advertising Research, 55(2), 176-191.

2014

2013

  • Kobach, M., & Potter, R.F. (2013). The role of mediated sports programming on implicit racial stereotypes. Sport in Society: Cultures, Commerce, Media, Politics, 16(10), 1414-1428.
  • Lang, A. (2013). Discipline in crisis? The shifting paradigm of mass communication research.  Communication Theory, 23(1), 10-24.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/comt.12000
  • Lang, A. (2013). Discipline in waiting.  Communication Theory, 23(4), 334-335. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/comt.12023
  • Lang, A., Kurita, S., Gao, Y., & Rubenking, B. (2013). Measuring television message complexity as available processing resources: Dimensions of information and cognitive load.  Media Psychology, 16(2), 129-153. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15213269.2013.764707
  • Lang, A., Sanders-Jackson, A., Wang, Z., & Rubenking, B. (2013). Motivated message processing: How motivational activation influences resource allocation, encoding, and storage of TV messages. Motivation and Emotion, 31(3), 508-517.
  • Martins, N. (2013). Televised relational and physical aggression and children's hostile intent attributions.  Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 116(4), 945-52.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jecp.2013.05.006
  • Martins, N. (2013). Media and emotional development. In D. Lemish (Ed.), The Routledge handbook of children, adolescents and the media (pp. 201-208). London: Routledge.
  • Martins, N., Weaver, A.J., Yeshua-Katz, D., Lewis, N., Tyree, N., & Jensen, J.D. (2013). A content  analysis of print news coverage of media violence and aggression research.  Journal of Communication, 63(6), 1070-1087.
  • Matthews, N.L., & Weaver, A.J. (2013) Skill Gap: Quantifying Violent Content in Video Game Play Between Variably Skilled Users, Mass Communication and Society, 16(6), 829-846.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15205436.2013.773043
  • Wright, P.J. (2013).  U.S. males and pornography, 1973-2010:  Consumption, predictors, correlates. The Journal of Sex Research, 50(1), 60-71.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00224499.2011.628132
  • Yeshua-Katz, D., & Martins, N. (2013) Communicating stigma:  The pro-ana paradox.  Health Communication, 28(5), 499-508.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2012.699889

2012

  • Bae, S., Eller, C., & Lang, A. (2012). Presence, physiological arousal, and visual recognition in 3D TV. Journal of Communication and Computer, 9,560-567.
  • Herold, D. K., Sawhney, H., & Fortunati, L. (Eds.). (2012). Understanding creative uses of ICTs:  Users as social actors. London: Routledge.
  • Kobach, M.J., & Weaver, A.J. (2012).  Gender and empathy differences in negative reactions to fictionalized and real violent images. Communication Reports, 25(2), 51-61.
  • Lang, A., Bradley, S.D., Schneider, E.F., Kim, S.C., & Mayell, S. (2012). Killing is positive! Intra-game responses meet the necessary (but not sufficient) theoretical conditions for influencing aggressive behavior. Journal of Media Psychology, 24, 154-165.
  • 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. (2012). Mean on the screen:  Social aggression in programs popular with children. Journal of Communication, 62(6), 991-1009.
  • Martins, N., & Wilson, B.J. (2012). The relationship between social aggression on television and children's aggression in the classroom.  Human Communication Research, 38(1), 48-71.
  • Potter, R.F., & Bolls, P.D. (2012). Psychophysiological measurement and meaning: Cognitive and emotioinal processing of media, New York and London: Routledge/Taylor & Francis.
  • 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.
  • Ross, T.L., & Weaver, A.J. (2012).  Shall we play a game? How the behavior of others influences strategy selection in a multiplayer game.  Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 24(3), 102-112.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1027/1864-1105/a000068
  • Samson, L., & Grabe, M. E. (2012). Media exposure and the sexual propensities of emerging adults. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 56(2), 280-298.
  • 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.
  • Weaver, A. J. & Lewis, N. (2012). Mirrored morality: An exploration of moral choice in video games.Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 15(11), 610-614.
  • Weaver, A. J., Zelenkauskaite, A. & Samson, L. (2012). The (non)violent world of Youtube: Content trends in Web video. Journal of Communication, 62(6), 1065-1083.
  • Wright, P. J. (2012). Show me the data!:  Empirical support for the 'centerfold syndrome'. Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 13, 180-198.
  • Wright, P. J. (2012). Is internet pornography consumption related to adult U.S. males' sexual attitudes? American Journal of Media Psychology, 5(1-4), 118-128.
  • Wright, P. J. (2012). 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, 24, 67-76.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1027/1864-1105/a000063

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., 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. V., & 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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