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
7502010
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
6572003
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
5421999
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
4792013
Does television viewing cultivate unrealistic expectations about marriage?
C Segrin, RL Nabi
Journal of Communication 52 (2), 247-263, 2002
4302002
Conceptualizing media enjoyment as attitude: Implications for mass media effects research
RL Nabi, M Krcmar
Communication theory 14 (4), 288-310, 2004
4252004
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
3952007
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
3772003
The theoretical versus the lay meaning of disgust: Implications for emotion research
RL Nabi
Cognition & Emotion 16 (5), 695-703, 2002
3622002
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
3402002
Discrete emotions and persuasion
RL Nabi
The persuasion handbook: Developments in theory and practice 289, 308, 2002
3382002
Anger, fear, uncertainty, and attitudes: A test of the cognitive-functional model
R Nabi
Communication Monographs 69 (3), 204-216, 2002
3152002
The persuasive influence of emotion in cancer prevention and detection messages
JP Dillard, RL Nabi
Journal of Communication 56 (suppl_1), S123-S139, 2006
2772006
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
2762006
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
2212001
The SAGE handbook of media processes and effects
RL Nabi, MB Oliver
Sage, 2009
2192009
The case for emphasizing discrete emotions in communication research
RL Nabi
Communication Monographs 77 (2), 153-159, 2010
1672010
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
1672009
The role of a narrative's emotional flow in promoting persuasive outcomes
RL Nabi, MC Green
Media Psychology 18 (2), 137-162, 2015
1592015
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
1272008
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