Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz
Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz
Associate Professor of Communication, University of Missouri
Verified email at missouri.edu
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Latino representation on primetime television
DE Mastro, E Behm-Morawitz
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 82 (1), 110-130, 2005
3732005
The effects of the sexualization of female video game characters on gender stereotyping and female self-concept
E Behm-Morawitz, D Mastro
Sex roles 61 (11-12), 808-823, 2009
3182009
Exposure to television portrayals of Latinos: The implications of aversive racism and social identity theory
DE Mastro, E Behm-Morawitz, MA Kopacz
Human Communication Research 34 (1), 1-27, 2008
2222008
Mean girls? The influence of gender portrayals in teen movies on emerging adults' gender-based attitudes and beliefs
E Behm-Morawitz, DE Mastro
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 85 (1), 131-146, 2008
2202008
The cultivation of social perceptions of Latinos: A mental models approach
D Mastro, E Behm-Morawitz, M Ortiz
Media Psychology 9 (2), 347-365, 2007
1842007
The influence of exposure to depictions of race and crime in TV news on viewer's social judgments
D Mastro, MK Lapinski, MA Kopacz, E Behm-Morawitz
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 53 (4), 615-635, 2009
1332009
Mirrored selves: The influence of self-presence in a virtual world on health, appearance, and well-being
E Behm-Morawitz
Computers in human Behavior 29 (1), 119-128, 2013
1272013
Pinterest or thinterest?: Social comparison and body image on social media
J Lewallen, E Behm-Morawitz
Social Media+ Society 2 (1), 2056305116640559, 2016
1242016
Bitten by Twilight: Youth culture, media, & the vampire franchise
MA Click, JS Aubrey, E Behm-Morawitz
Peter Lang, 2010
952010
Race, ethnicity, and the media
E Behm-Morawitz, M Ortiz
The Oxford handbook of media psychology, 252-266, 2013
632013
Understanding the Effects of MTV's 16 and Pregnant on Adolescent Girls' Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behavioral Intentions Toward Teen Pregnancy
JS Aubrey, E Behm-Morawitz, K Kim
Journal of health communication 19 (10), 1145-1160, 2014
612014
The empowering (super) heroine? The effects of sexualized female characters in superhero films on women
H Pennell, E Behm-Morawitz
Sex Roles 72 (5-6), 211-220, 2015
592015
Examining the intersection of race and gender in video game advertising
E Behm-Morawitz
Journal of Marketing Communications 23 (3), 220-239, 2017
542017
Cultivating Virtual Stereotypes?: The Impact of Video Game Play on Racial/Ethnic Stereotypes
E Behm-Morawitz, D Ta
Howard Journal of Communications 25 (1), 1-15, 2014
512014
Giving a new makeover to STEAM: Establishing YouTube beauty gurus as digital literacy educators through messages and effects on viewers
GY Choi, E Behm-Morawitz
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 80-91, 2017
492017
“Masculine Guys Only”: The effects of femmephobic mobile dating application profiles on partner selection for men who have sex with men
B Miller, E Behm-Morawitz
Computers in Human Behavior 62, 176-185, 2016
452016
The effects of virtual racial embodiment in a gaming app on reducing prejudice
E Behm-Morawitz, H Pennell, AG Speno
Communication Monographs 83 (3), 396-418, 2016
422016
A second chance at health: how a 3D virtual world can improve health self-efficacy for weight loss management among adults
E Behm-Morawitz, J Lewallen, G Choi
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (2), 74-79, 2016
362016
News coverage of immigration: The influence of exposure to linguistic bias in the news on consumer's racial/ethnic cognitions
D Mastro, R Tukachinsky, E Behm-Morawitz, E Blecha
Communication Quarterly 62 (2), 135-154, 2014
352014
Latinos’ perceptions of intergroup relations in the United States: The cultivation of group‐based attitudes and beliefs from English‐and Spanish‐language television
M Ortiz, E Behm‐Morawitz
Journal of Social Issues 71 (1), 90-105, 2015
332015
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