Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick
Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick
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Looking the other way: Selective exposure to attitude-consistent and counterattitudinal political information
S Knobloch-Westerwick, J Meng
Communication Research 36 (3), 426-448, 2009
5552009
Mood management via the digital jukebox
S Knobloch, D Zillmann
Journal of communication 52 (2), 351-366, 2002
4032002
The Matilda effect in science communication: an experiment on gender bias in publication quality perceptions and collaboration interest
S Knobloch-Westerwick, CJ Glynn, M Huge
Science communication 35 (5), 603-625, 2013
3682013
News cues: Information scent and cognitive heuristics
SS Sundar, S Knobloch‐Westerwick, MR Hastall
Journal of the American society for information science and technology 58 (3 …, 2007
3172007
Choice and preference in media use: Advances in selective exposure theory and research
S Knobloch-Westerwick
Routledge, 2014
2952014
Impact of popularity indications on readers' selective exposure to online news
S Knobloch-Westerwick, N Sharma, DL Hansen, S Alter
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 49 (3), 296-313, 2005
2672005
Preelection selective exposure: Confirmation bias versus informational utility
S Knobloch-Westerwick, SB Kleinman
Communication research 39 (2), 170-193, 2012
2522012
Mood adjustment via mass communication
S Knobloch
Journal of communication 53 (2), 233-250, 2003
2432003
Reinforcement of the political self through selective exposure to political messages
S Knobloch-Westerwick, J Meng
Journal of Communication 61 (2), 349-368, 2011
2362011
Effects of photographs on the selective reading of news reports
D Zillmann, S Knobloch, H Yu
Media Psychology 3 (4), 301-324, 2001
2332001
Imagery effects on the selective reading of Internet newsmagazines
S Knobloch, M Hastall, D Zillmann, C Callison
Communication Research 30 (1), 3-29, 2003
2112003
Mood management: Theory, evidence, and advancements
S Knobloch-Westerwick
Psychology of entertainment, 257-272, 2013
2082013
Does entertainment suffer from interactivity? The impact of watching an interactive TV movie on viewers' experience of entertainment
P Vorderer, S Knobloch, H Schramm
Media Psychology 3 (4), 343-363, 2001
1892001
Effects of lead framing on selective exposure to Internet news reports
D Zillmann, L Chen, S Knobloch, C Callison
Communication research 31 (1), 58-81, 2004
1822004
Affective news: Effects of discourse structure in narratives on suspense, curiosity, and enjoyment while reading news and novels
S Knobloch, G Patzig, AM Mende, M Hastall
Communication Research 31 (3), 259-287, 2004
1812004
Effects of salience dimensions of informational utility on selective exposure to online news
S Knobloch, FD Carpentier, D Zillmann
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 80 (1), 91-108, 2003
1302003
Please your self: Social identity effects on selective exposure to news about in-and out-groups
S Knobloch-Westerwick, MR Hastall
Journal of Communication 60 (3), 515-535, 2010
1272010
Confirmation bias in online searches: Impacts of selective exposure before an election on political attitude strength and shifts
S Knobloch-Westerwick, BK Johnson, A Westerwick
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (2), 171-187, 2015
1212015
Selective exposure and reinforcement of attitudes and partisanship before a presidential election
S Knobloch-Westerwick
Journal of Communication 62 (4), 628-642, 2012
1182012
Mood adjustment to social situations through mass media use: How men ruminate and women dissipate angry moods
S Knobloch-Westerwick, S Alter
Human Communication Research 32 (1), 58-73, 2006
1172006
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