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Morgan E Ellithorpe
Morgan E Ellithorpe
Associate Professor, University of Delaware
Verified email at udel.edu
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Attitude change in competitive framing environments? Open-/closed-mindedness, framing effects, and climate change
EC Nisbet, PS Hart, T Myers, M Ellithorpe
Journal of Communication 63 (4), 766-785, 2013
1602013
The role of parents in problematic internet use among US adolescents
A Bleakley, M Ellithorpe, D Romer
Media and Communication 4 (3), 24, 2016
902016
Ignorance or bias? Evaluating the ideological and informational drivers of communication gaps about climate change
EC Nisbet, KE Cooper, M Ellithorpe
Public Understanding of Science 24 (3), 285-301, 2015
682015
Wanting to see people like me? Racial and gender diversity in popular adolescent television
ME Ellithorpe, A Bleakley
Journal of youth and adolescence 45 (7), 1426-1437, 2016
652016
How patterns of learning about sexual information among adolescents are related to sexual behaviors
A Bleakley, A Khurana, M Hennessy, M Ellithorpe
Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health 50 (1), 15-23, 2018
442018
Elevation (sometimes) increases altruism: Choice and number of outcomes in elevating media effects.
ME Ellithorpe, DR Ewoldsen, MB Oliver
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 4 (3), 236, 2015
392015
Alcohol, sex, and screens: Modeling media influence on adolescent alcohol and sex co-occurrence
A Bleakley, ME Ellithorpe, M Hennessy, A Khurana, P Jamieson, I Weitz
The Journal of Sex Research 54 (8), 1026-1037, 2017
342017
Media violence exposure and aggression in adolescents: A risk and resilience perspective
A Khurana, A Bleakley, ME Ellithorpe, M Hennessy, PE Jamieson, I Weitz
Aggressive behavior 45 (1), 70-81, 2019
282019
Putting the “self” in self-deprecation: When deprecating humor about minorities is acceptable
M Ellithorpe, S Esralew, L Holbert
Humor 27 (3), 401-422, 2014
282014
Problematic social media use and social support received in real-life versus on social media: Associations with depression, anxiety and social isolation
D Meshi, ME Ellithorpe
Addictive Behaviors 119, 106949, 2021
272021
I didn’t see that coming: Spoilers, fan theories, and their influence on enjoyment and parasocial breakup distress during a series finale.
ME Ellithorpe, SE Brookes
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 7 (3), 250, 2018
272018
Moral license in video games: When being right can mean doing wrong
ME Ellithorpe, C Cruz, JA Velez, DR Ewoldsen, AK Bogert
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (4), 203-207, 2015
232015
Risky movies, risky behaviors, and ethnic identity among Black adolescents
A Bleakley, ME Ellithorpe, M Hennessy, PE Jamieson, A Khurana, I Weitz
Social Science & Medicine 195, 131-137, 2017
212017
Real-world social support but not in-game social support is related to reduced depression and anxiety associated with problematic gaming
SM Tham, ME Ellithorpe, D Meshi
Addictive behaviors 106, 106377, 2020
202020
Effectiveness of the fun for wellness online behavioral intervention to promote well-being and physical activity: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial
ND Myers, I Prilleltensky, S Lee, S Dietz, O Prilleltensky, A McMahon, ...
BMC Public Health 19 (1), 1-15, 2019
202019
Laughing at risk: Sitcom laugh tracks communicate norms for behavior
N Rhodes, ME Ellithorpe
Media Psychology 19 (3), 359-380, 2016
182016
Problematic social media use is associated with increased risk-aversion after negative outcomes in the Balloon Analogue Risk Task.
D Meshi, E Ulusoy, C Özdem-Mertens, SM Grady, DM Freestone, A Eden, ...
Psychology of addictive behaviors 34 (4), 549, 2020
162020
Die, foul creature! How the supernatural genre affects attitudes toward outgroups through strength of human identity
ME Ellithorpe, DR Ewoldsen, K Porreca
Communication Research 45 (4), 502-524, 2018
152018
Prototypes reflect normative perceptions: Implications for the development of reasoned action theory
M Hennessy, A Bleakley, M Ellithorpe
Psychology, health & medicine 23 (3), 245-258, 2018
132018
So why do you think that way?: Examining the role implicit attitudes and motivation play in audience’s perception of a racially charged issue
LF Holt, ME Ellithorpe, R Ralston
Media Psychology 20 (4), 584-606, 2017
132017
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