Emily Moyer-Guse
Emily Moyer-Guse
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Toward a theory of entertainment persuasion: Explaining the persuasive effects of entertainment-education messages
E Moyer-Gusé
Communication theory 18 (3), 407-425, 2008
Explaining the effects of narrative in an entertainment television program: Overcoming resistance to persuasion
E Moyer-Gusé, RL Nabi
Human communication research 36 (1), 26-52, 2010
All joking aside: A serious investigation into the persuasive effect of funny social issue messages
RL Nabi, E Moyer-Gusé, S Byrne
Communication Monographs 74 (1), 29-54, 2007
Identification with characters and discussion of taboo topics after exposure to an entertainment narrative about sexual health
E Moyer-Gusé, AH Chung, P Jain
Journal of communication 61 (3), 387-406, 2011
Reinforcement or reactance? Examining the effect of an explicit persuasive appeal following an entertainment-education narrative
E Moyer-Gusé, P Jain, AH Chung
Journal of communication 62 (6), 1010-1027, 2012
Entertainment-education in the context of humor: Effects on safer sex intentions and risk perceptions
E Moyer-Gusé, C Mahood, S Brookes
Health communication 26 (8), 765-774, 2011
Ingroup versus outgroup conflict in the context of violent video game play: The effect of cooperation on increased helping and decreased aggression
JA Velez, C Mahood, DR Ewoldsen, E Moyer-Gusé
Communication Research 41 (5), 607-626, 2014
How do we react when our favorite characters are taken away? An examination of a temporary parasocial breakup
J Lather, E Moyer-Guse
Mass communication and society 14 (2), 196-215, 2011
Comparing the effects of entertainment and educational television programming on risky sexual behavior
E Moyer-Gusé, RL Nabi
Health communication 26 (5), 416-426, 2011
Children and the war on Iraq: Developmental differences in fear responses to television news coverage
SL Smith, E Moyer-Gusé
Media Psychology 8 (3), 213-237, 2006
The role of humor in messaging about the MMR vaccine
E Moyer-Gusé, MJ Robinson, J Mcknight
Journal of Health Communication 23 (6), 514-522, 2018
Descriptions of media-induced fright reactions in a sample of US elementary school children
J Cantor, S Byrne, E Moyer-Gusé, K Riddle
Journal of Children and Media 4 (1), 1-17, 2010
“People killing people on the news”: Young children's descriptions of frightening television news content
K Riddle, J Cantor, S Byrne, E Moyer-Gusé
Communication Quarterly 60 (2), 278-294, 2012
Reducing prejudice through narratives: An examination of the mechanisms of vicarious intergroup contact.
E Moyer-Gusé, KR Dale, M Ortiz
Journal of media psychology: Theories, methods, and applications 31 (4), 185, 2019
Narrative persuasion theories
E Moyer‐Gusé, K Dale
The international encyclopedia of media effects, 1-11, 2017
Extending the examination of audience involvement with media personae: Response to Brown
E Moyer-Gusé
Communication Theory 25 (3), 284-289, 2015
El impacto de los medios de comunicación en la infancia: Guía para padres y educadores
E Moyer-Gusé, K Riddle
Editorial UOC, 2010
The persuasiveness of a humorous environmental narrative combined with an explicit persuasive appeal
E Moyer-Gusé, JM Tchernev, W Walther-Martin
Science Communication 41 (4), 422-441, 2019
The psychology underlying media-based persuasion.
RL Nabi, E Moyer-Gusé
Oxford University Press, 2013
Explaining the persuasive effects of entertainment-education: An empirical comparison of three theories
E Moyer-Gusé, RL Nabi
Human Communication Research 36, 26-52, 2010
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