Recent publications in peer-reviewed journals by the Media Effects and Processes Division (peer-reviewed)
Bilandzic, H., Schnell, C. & Sukalla, F. (2019): The cultivation of idealistic moral expectations: The role of television exposure and narrative engageability. Mass Communication & Society.
Bilandzic, H. & Sukalla, F. (2019): The role of fictional film exposure and narrative engagement for personal norms, guilt and intentions to protect the climate. Environmental Communication.
Bilandzic, H., Sukalla, F., Schnell, C., Hastall, M., & Busselle, R. (2019): The narrative engageability scale: A multidimensional trait measure for the propensity for being engaged in a story. International Journal of Communication, 13, 801–832. DOI: 1932–8036/20190005
Oliver, M.B., Bilandzic, H., Shade, D., Ferchaud, A., Cohen, J., Bailey, E., & Yang, C. (2019): A penchant for the immoral: implications of parasocial interaction, perceived complicity, and identification for liking of anti-heroes. Human Communication Research. DOI:10.1093/hcr/hqy019
Schnauber-Stockmann, A. & Naab, T. K. (2019). Refining the response-frequency measure of media habit. The role of time pressure. Studies in Communication and Media.
Cohen, J., Oliver, M.B. & Bilandzic, H. (2018): The differential effects of direct address on parasocial experience and identification: empirical evidence for conceptual difference, Communication Research Reports, DOI: 10.1080/08824096.2018.1530977
Naab, T. K., Karnowski, V. & Schlütz, D. (2018). Reporting mobile social media use: How survey and experience sampling measures differ. Communication Methods & Measures. Advance online communication. Verfügbar unter https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/19312458.2018.1555799
Schnauber-Stockmann, A. & Naab, T. K. (2018). The process of forming a mobile media habit: results of a longitudinal study in a real-world setting. Media Psychology. Advance online publication. Verfügbar unter https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/15213269.2018.1513850
Naab, T. K., Kalch, A. & Meitz, T. (2018). Flagging uncivil user comments: Effects of inter¬vention information, type of victim, and response comments on bystander behavior. New Media & Society, 20 (2), 777-795. doi:10.1177/1461444816670923