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John L Sherry
John L Sherry
Department of Communication, Michigan State University
Verified email at msu.edu
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Video game uses and gratifications as predictors of use and game preference
JL Sherry, K Lucas, BS Greenberg, K Lachlan
Playing video games: Motives, responses, and consequences 24 (1), 213-224, 2006
11182006
Sex differences in video game play: A communication-based explanation
K Lucas, JL Sherry
Communication Research 31 (5), 499-523, 2004
11102004
The effects of violent video games on aggression
JL Sherry
Human Communication Research 27 (3), 409-431, 2001
10922001
Flow and media enjoyment
JL Sherry
Communication theory 14 (4), 328-347, 2004
10442004
Orientations to video games among gender and age groups
BS Greenberg, J Sherry, K Lachlan, K Lucas, A Holmstrom
Simulation & Gaming 41 (2), 238-259, 2010
5342010
Increasing nutrition literacy: testing the effectiveness of print, web site, and game modalities
KJ Silk, J Sherry, B Winn, N Keesecker, MA Horodynski, A Sayir
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 40 (1), 3-10, 2008
2782008
Violent video games and aggression: Why can’t we find effects
JL Sherry
Mass media effects research: Advances through meta-analysis 12, 245-262, 2007
222*2007
Facilitating game play: How others affect performance at and enjoyment of video games
ND Bowman, R Weber, R Tamborini, J Sherry
Media Psychology 16 (1), 39-64, 2013
1312013
Media effects theory and the nature/nurture debate: A historical overview and directions for future research
JL Sherry
Media Psychology 6 (1), 83-109, 2004
1232004
Media saturation and entertainment—education
JL Sherry
Communication Theory 12 (2), 206-224, 2002
1162002
The challenge in creating games for education: Aligning mental models with game models
A Boyan, JL Sherry
Child development perspectives 5 (2), 82-87, 2011
912011
Prosocial soap operas for development: A review of research and theory
JL Sherry
Journal of International Communication 4 (2), 75-101, 1997
731997
Toward an etiology of media use motivations: The role of temperament in media use
JL Sherry
Communication Monographs 68 (3), 274-288, 2001
672001
The neurophysiological perspective in mass communication research
R Weber, J Sherry, K Mathiak
Biological dimensions of communication: Perspectives, methods, and research …, 2008
622008
Daytime television talk shows: Guests, content and interactions
BS Greenberg, JL Sherry, RW Busselle, LR Hnilo, SW Smith
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 41 (3), 412-426, 1997
571997
Repeated play reduces video games’ ability to elicit guilt: Evidence from a longitudinal experiment
M Grizzard, R Tamborini, JL Sherry, R Weber
Media Psychology 20 (2), 267-290, 2017
472017
Matching computer game genres to educational outcomes
J Sherry, A Pacheco
Electronic Journal of Communication 16 (1), 2, 2006
42*2006
Relationship between developmental stages and video game uses and gratifications, game preference and amount of time spent in play
J Sherry, R Desouza, B Greenberg, K Lachlan
International Communication Association Conferência Anual, San Diego, CA, 2003
392003
The thrill is gone, but you might not know: Habituation and generalization of biophysiological and self-reported arousal responses to video games
M Grizzard, R Tamborini, JL Sherry, R Weber, S Prabhu, L Hahn, P Idzik
Communication Monographs 82 (1), 64-87, 2015
352015
The appeal of media violence in a full‐length motion picture: An experimental investigation
GG Sparks, J Sherry, G Lubsen
Communication Reports 18 (1-2), 21-30, 2005
332005
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