Robin Nabi
Robin Nabi
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Explaining the effects of narrative in an entertainment television program: Overcoming resistance to persuasion
E Moyer-Gusť, RL Nabi
Human communication research 36 (1), 26-52, 2010
7312010
Exploring the framing effects of emotion: Do discrete emotions differentially influence information accessibility, information seeking, and policy preference?
RL Nabi
Communication Research 30 (2), 224-247, 2003
6452003
A cognitive‐functional model for the effects of discrete negative emotions on information processing, attitude change, and recall
RL Nabi
Communication theory 9 (3), 292-320, 1999
5231999
Facebook friends with (health) benefits? Exploring social network site use and perceptions of social support, stress, and well-being
RL Nabi, A Prestin, J So
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (10), 721-727, 2013
4582013
Does television viewing cultivate unrealistic expectations about marriage?
C Segrin, RL Nabi
Journal of Communication 52 (2), 247-263, 2002
4272002
Conceptualizing media enjoyment as attitude: Implications for mass media effects research
RL Nabi, M Krcmar
Communication theory 14 (4), 288-310, 2004
4142004
All joking aside: A serious investigation into the persuasive effect of funny social issue messages
RL Nabi, E Moyer-Gusť, S Byrne
Communication Monographs 74 (1), 29-54, 2007
3772007
Reality-based television programming and the psychology of its appeal
RL Nabi, EN Biely, SJ Morgan, CR Stitt
Media psychology 5 (4), 303-330, 2003
3732003
The theoretical versus the lay meaning of disgust: Implications for emotion research
RL Nabi
Cognition & Emotion 16 (5), 695-703, 2002
3592002
Avoiding the boomerang: Testing the relative effectiveness of antidrug public service announcements before a national campaign
M Fishbein, K Hall-Jamieson, E Zimmer, I Von Haeften, R Nabi
American journal of public health 92 (2), 238-245, 2002
3322002
Discrete emotions and persuasion
RL Nabi
The persuasion handbook: Developments in theory and practice 289, 308, 2002
3322002
Anger, fear, uncertainty, and attitudes: A test of the cognitive-functional model
R Nabi
Communication Monographs 69 (3), 204-216, 2002
2982002
Emotional and cognitive predictors of the enjoyment of reality-based and fictional television programming: An elaboration of the uses and gratifications perspective
RL Nabi, CR Stitt, J Halford, KL Finnerty
Media Psychology 8 (4), 421-447, 2006
2712006
The persuasive influence of emotion in cancer prevention and detection messages
JP Dillard, RL Nabi
Journal of Communication 56 (suppl_1), S123-S139, 2006
2652006
Does television viewing relate to engagement in protective action against crime? A cultivation analysis from a theory of reasoned action perspective
RL Nabi, JL Sullivan
Communication research 28 (6), 802-825, 2001
2152001
The SAGE handbook of media processes and effects
RL Nabi, MB Oliver
Sage, 2009
1972009
Cosmetic surgery makeover programs and intentions to undergo cosmetic enhancements: A consideration of three models of media effects
RL Nabi
Human Communication Research 35 (1), 1-27, 2009
1632009
The case for emphasizing discrete emotions in communication research
RL Nabi
Communication Monographs 77 (2), 153-159, 2010
1592010
The role of a narrative's emotional flow in promoting persuasive outcomes
RL Nabi, MC Green
Media Psychology 18 (2), 137-162, 2015
1522015
Exploring the limits of social cognitive theory: Why negatively reinforced behaviors on TV may be modeled anyway
RL Nabi, S Clark
Journal of Communication 58 (3), 407-427, 2008
1262008
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