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Children's cognitive processing of Internet advertising
America singing: The mediation of identity politics in "American Idol"
Entertainment television and safe sex: Understanding effects and overcoming resistance
The boomerang effect: The role of competitive processing and construct activation in response to strategic messages
Always on my mind: Exploring how frequent, recent, and vivid television portrayals are used in the formation of social reality judgments
Command lines: Aesthetics and technique in interactive fiction and new media
The adaptation of U.S. television programs in foreign markets: How Japan and France put their distinctive spin on "The Simpsons"
Changing channels: Biblical prophecy, writing, and cognition
The Internet and the contemporary public sphere: In search of "accessibility," "traversability," and "heterogeneity" at the nexus of news use and political discussion
Map use and spatial knowledge acquisition with small, mobile map displays
Video game play and the role of frustration: How playing both violent and non-violent video games can lead to aggressive effects
Online literacy and the trouble with information
Relative deprivation and historical memories: Public opinion about intercity rivalry in contemporary China
The effects of information framing, recipient emotion, and individual characteristics on message persuasiveness: Preparing for bioterrorism
Muslims in the media: Social and identity consequences for Muslims in America
Reaching for the Dial? Activism, Authoritarianism, Emotions, Sociopolitical Attitudes and Political Talk Radio Listening
Thematic and affective content in textual and visual communication about climate change: historical overview of mass media sources and empirical investigation of emotional responses
Examining Traditional Television and Online Video Use in the New Media Environment: Understanding the Role of Audience Activity, Media Orientation, Generational Cohort, and Contextual Age
Media Epidemics: Viral Structures in Literature and New Media
Risk convergence model: A model of media's influence on self-other social distance and personal risk perceptions
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