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Frank M. Schneider
Frank M. Schneider
Institute for Media and Communication Studies, University of Mannheim
Verified email at uni-mannheim.de - Homepage
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Permanently online–Permanently connected: Explorations into university students’ use of social media and mobile smart devices
P Vorderer, N Krömer, FM Schneider
Computers in Human Behavior 63, 694-703, 2016
3122016
Entertainment and politics revisited: How non-escapist forms of entertainment can stimulate political interest and information seeking
A Bartsch, FM Schneider
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 369-396, 2014
1562014
Self-transcendent media experiences: Taking meaningful media to a higher level
MB Oliver, AA Raney, MD Slater, M Appel, T Hartmann, A Bartsch, ...
Journal of Communication 68 (2), 380-389, 2018
1462018
Too much information? Predictors of information overload in the context of online news exposure
JB Schmitt, CA Debbelt, FM Schneider
Information, Communication & Society 21 (8), 1151-1167, 2018
1342018
An agenda for open science in communication
T Dienlin, N Johannes, ND Bowman, PK Masur, S Engesser, AS Kümpel, ...
Journal of Communication 71 (1), 1-26, 2021
1082021
“I know you’ve seen it!” Individual and social factors for users’ chatting behavior on Facebook
LM Mai, R Freudenthaler, FM Schneider, P Vorderer
Computers in Human Behavior 49, 296-302, 2015
1072015
Watching players: An exploration of media enjoyment on Twitch
T Wulf, FM Schneider, S Beckert
Games and Culture 15 (3), 328–346, 2020
982020
Social media ostracism: The effects of being excluded online
FM Schneider, B Zwillich, MJ Bindl, FR Hopp, S Reich, P Vorderer
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 385-393, 2017
982017
Seriously entertained: Antecedents and consequences of hedonic and eudaimonic entertainment experiences with political talk shows on TV
FS Roth, C Weinmann, FM Schneider, FR Hopp, P Vorderer
Mass Communication and Society 17 (3), 379-399, 2014
612014
Zero Likes–Symbolic interactions and need satisfaction online
S Reich, FM Schneider, L Heling
Computers in Human Behavior 80, 97-102, 2018
592018
Learning from entertaining online video clips? Enjoyment and appreciation and their differential relationships with knowledge and behavioral intentions
FM Schneider, C Weinmann, FS Roth, K Knop, P Vorderer
Computers in Human Behavior 54, 475-482, 2016
562016
The perceived leadership communication questionnaire (PLCQ): Development and validation
FM Schneider, M Maier, S Lovrekovic, A Retzbach
The Journal of Psychology 149 (2), 175-192, 2015
472015
I ought to put down that phone but I phub nevertheless: Examining the predictors of phubbing behavior
FM Schneider, S Hitzfeld
Social Science Computer Review 39 (6), 1075–1088, 2021
422021
Mindful instant messaging: Mindfulness and autonomous motivation as predictors of well-being in smartphone communication
AA Bauer, LS Loy, PK Masur, FM Schneider
Journal of Media Psychology 29 (3), 159–165, 2017
372017
Using Media for Coping: A Scoping Review
LN Wolfers, FM Schneider
Communication Research 48 (8), 1210–1234, 2021
362021
Social media and ostracism
P Vorderer, FM Schneider
Ostracism, exclusion, and rejection, 250-267, 2017
342017
In the Ear of the Beholder: Self-Other Agreement in Leadership Communication and Its Relationship With Subordinates’ Job Satisfaction
J Erben, FM Schneider, M Maier
International Journal of Business Communication 56 (4), 505–529, 2019
332019
Measuring traits and states in public opinion research: A latent state–trait analysis of political efficacy
FM Schneider, L Otto, D Alings, M Schmitt
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (2), 202-223, 2014
242014
Psychologie der internen Organisationskommunikation
FM Schneider, A Retzbach, B Barkela, M Maier
Handbuch Unternehmenskommunikation, 449-469, 2014
212014
On the Downside of Mobile Communication: An Experimental Study about the Influence of Setting-Inconsistent Pressure on Employees’ Emotional Well-Being
S Lutz, FM Schneider, P Vorderer
Computers in Human Behavior 105, 2020
202020
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