Mike Schmierbach
Mike Schmierbach
College of Communications, Pennsylvania State University
E-mail megerősítve itt: psu.edu
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Nonrecursive models of Internet use and community engagement: Questioning whether time spent online erodes social capital
D Shah, M Schmierbach, J Hawkins, R Espino, J Donavan
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 79 (4), 964-987, 2002
The interplay of news frames on cognitive complexity
DV Shah, N Kwak, M Schmierbach, J Zubric
Human Communication Research 30 (1), 102-120, 2004
A little bird told me, so i didn't believe it: Twitter, credibility, and issue perceptions
M Schmierbach, A Oeldorf-Hirsch
Communication Quarterly 60 (3), 317-337, 2012
Information seeking and emotional reactions to the September 11 terrorist attacks
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach, CL Armstrong, DM McLeod, DV Shah, Z Pan
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 81 (1), 155-167, 2004
“Killing spree”: Exploring the connection between competitive game play and aggressive cognition
M Schmierbach
Communication Research 37 (2), 256-274, 2010
Is it a sense of autonomy, control, or attachment? Exploring the effects of in-game customization on game enjoyment
K Kim, MG Schmierbach, MY Chung, JD Fraustino, F Dardis, L Ahern
Computers in Human Behavior 48, 695-705, 2015
Media dissociation, Internet use, and antiwar political participation: A case study of political dissent and action against the war in Iraq
H Hwang, M Schmierbach, HJ Paek, H Gil de Zuniga, D Shah
Mass Communication & Society 9 (4), 461-483, 2006
Gaming across different consoles: exploring the influence of control scheme on game-player enjoyment
AM Limperos, MG Schmierbach, AD Kegerise, FE Dardis
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 14 (6), 345-350, 2011
Media Use and Protest: The Role of Mainstream and Alternative Media Use in Predicting Traditional and Protest Participation
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach
Communication Quarterly 57 (1), 1-17, 2009
Media dialogue: Perceiving and addressing community problems
H Rojas, DV Shah, J Cho, M Schmierbach, H Keum, H Gil-De-Zuñiga
Mass Communication & Society 8 (2), 93-110, 2005
Expressive responses to news stories about extremist groups: A framing experiment
MP Boyle, M Schmierbach, CL Armstrong, J Cho, M McCluskey, ...
Journal of communication 56 (2), 271-288, 2006
Understanding person perceptions: Comparing four common statistical approaches to third-person research
M Schmierbach, MP Boyle, DM McLeod
Mass Communication and Society 11 (4), 492-513, 2008
Feeling the Need for (Personalized) Speed: How Natural Controls and Customization Contribute to Enjoyment of a Racing Game Through Enhanced Immersion
M Schmierbach, AM Limperos, JK Woolley
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 2012
Applied communication research methods: Getting started as a researcher
M Boyle, M Schmierbach
Routledge, 2019
The Impact of Game Customization and Control Mechanisms on Recall of Integral and Peripheral Brand Placements in Videogames
FE Dardis, M Schmierbach, AM Limperos
Journal of Interactive Advertising 12 (2), 1-12, 2012
Content Analysis of Video Games: Challenges and Potential Solutions
M Schmierbach
Communication Methods and Measures 3 (3), 147-172, 2009
Electronic Friend or Virtual Foe: Exploring the Role of Competitive and Cooperative Multiplayer Video Game Modes in Fostering Enjoyment
M Schmierbach, Q Xu, A Oeldorf-Hirsch, FE Dardis
Media Psychology 15 (3), 356-371, 2012
No one likes to lose: The effect of game difficulty on competency, flow, and enjoyment.
M Schmierbach, MY Chung, M Wu, K Kim
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications 26 (3), 105, 2014
Exploring Third‐Person Differences Between Gamers and Nongamers
M Schmierbach, MP Boyle, Q Xu, DM McLeod
Journal of Communication 61 (2), 307-327, 2011
Method Matters The Influence of Methodology on Journalists’ Assessments of Social Science Research
M Schmierbach
Science Communication 26 (3), 269-287, 2005
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