100 Publications (Page 1 of 4)
Does visual framing drive eye gaze behavior? The effects of visual framing of athletes in an increasingly visual social media world
Media Psychology. | Journal Article
The vicious cycle of stressors, food advertising and overeating: how stigmatizing anti-obesity PSAs, which precede food commercials, influence subsequent implicit and explicit attitudes toward high- and low-calorie food
Media Psychology. | Journal Article
It’s a journey: from media effects to dynamic systems
Han, JingjingHan, JingjingLang, Annie and Lang, Annie
Media Psychology, pp. 1–21. | Journal Article
Presence, Physiological Arousal, and Visual Recognition in 3D TV
Bae, S.Eller, C. and Lang, Annie
Journal of Communication and Computer, vol. 9, (no. 5), pp. 560-567, 2012. | Journal Article
Reconceptualizing Excitation Transfer as Motivational Activation Changes and a Test of the Television Program Context Effects
Wang, Zheng and Lang, Annie
Media Psychology, vol. 15, (no. 1), 2012. | Journal Article
Individual differences in motivational activation influence responses to pictures of taboo products.
Lang, Annie and Yegiyan, Narine
Journal of health communication, vol. 16, (no. 10), pp. 1072-87, 2011/Nov. | Journal Article
Motivational Processing and Choice Behavior During Television Viewing: An Integrative Dynamic Approach
Wang, ZhengWang, ZhengLang, AnnieLang, AnnieBusemeyer, Jerome R and Busemeyer, Jerome R
Journal of Communication, vol. 61, (no. 1), pp. 93, February 2011. | Journal Article
Responding to Change on TV: How Viewer-Controlled Changes in Content Differ From Programmed Changes in Content
Wise, Kevin RLee, SeungjoLang, AnnieFox, Julia R and Grabe, Maria E
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, vol. 52, (no. 2), Apr 2008. | Journal Article
Rethinking theoretical approaches to stigma: A Framework Integrating Normative Influences on Stigma (FINIS)
Pescosolido, Bernice AMartin, JackLang, Annie and Olafsdottir, Sigrun
Social Science & Medicine, vol. 67, (no. 3), Aug 2008. | Journal Article
Understanding the Interactive Effects of Emotional Appeal and Claim Strength in Health Messages
Lang, Annie and Yegiyan, Narine
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, vol. 52, (no. 3), Jul 2008. | Journal Article
Processing radio PSAs: production pacing, arousing content, and age.
Lang, AnnieSchwartz, NancyLee, Seungjo and Angelini, James
Journal of health communication, vol. 12, (no. 6), pp. 581-99, 2007/Sep. | Journal Article
Telling Me Quickly
Chock, T MFox, Julia RAngelini, JamesLee, Seungjo and Lang, Annie
Communication Research, vol. 34, (no. 6), Dec 2007. | Journal Article
When Available Resources Become Negative Resources: The Effects of Cognitive Overload on Memory Sensitivity and Criterion Bias
Fox, Julia RPark, Byungho and Lang, Annie
Communication Research, vol. 34, (no. 3), pp. 277-296, Jun 2007. | Journal Article
Parsing the Resource Pie: Using STRTs to Measure Attention to Mediated Messages
Lang, AnnieBradley, Samuel DPark, ByunghoShin, Mija and Chung, Yongkuk
Media Psychology, vol. 8, (no. 4), pp. 369-394, 2006. | Journal Article
Motivated cognition (LC4MP): The influence of appetitive and aversive activation on the processing of video games
Paul Messarsis and Lee Humphries and Lang, Annie
In Digital Media: Transformation in Human Communication. Peter Lang. 2005. | Book Chapter
It's an arousing, fast-paced kind of the world: The effects of age and sensation seeking on the information processing of substance abuse PSAs
Lang, Annie, Chung, Yongkuk, Lee, Seungwhan, Shin, Mija, & Schwartz, Nancy and Lang, Annie
Media Psychology, 2005. | Journal Article
It's an Arousing, Fast-Paced Kind of World: The Effects of Age and Sensation Seeking on the Information Processing of Substance-Abuse PSAs
Lang, AnnieChung, YongkukLee, SeungwhanSchwartz, Nancy and Shin, Mija
Media Psychology, vol. 7, (no. 4), pp. 421-454, 2005. | Journal Article
Its the product: Do risky products compel attention and elicit arousal in media users?
Lang, Annie, Chung, Yongkuk, Lee, Seungwhan, & Zhao, Xiaoquan. and Lang, Annie
Health Communication, 2005. | Journal Article
It's the Product: Do Risky Products Compel Attention and Elicit Arousal in Media Users?
Lang, AnnieChung, YongkukLee, Seungwhan and Zhao, Xiaoquan
Health Communication, vol. 17, (no. 3), pp. 283-300, 2005. | Journal Article
Sensation seeking, motivation, and substance use: A dual system approach
Lang, Annie, Shin, Mija, & Lee, Seungwhan. and Lang, Annie
Media Psychology, 2005. | Journal Article
Sensation Seeking, Motivation, and Substance Use: A Dual System Approach
Lang, AnnieShin, Mija and Lee, Seungwhan
Media Psychology, vol. 7, (no. 1), pp. 1-29, 2005. | Journal Article
Wait! Don't turn that dial! More excitement to come! The effects of story length and production pacing in local television news on channel changing behavior and information processing in a free-choice environment
Lang, Annie, Shin, Mija, Bradley, Samuel D., Wang, Zheng, Lee, Seungjo, & Potter, Deborah and Lang, Annie
Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 2005. | Journal Article
Wait! Don't Turn That Dial! More Excitement to Come! The Effects of Story Length and Production Pacing in Local Television News on Channel Changing Behavior and Information Processing in a Free Choice Environment
Lang, AnnieShin, MijaBradley, Samuel DWang, ZhengLee, Seungjo and Potter, Deborah
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, vol. 49, (no. 1), pp. 3-22, Mar 2005. | Journal Article
Death with a story: How story impacts emotional, motivational, and physiological responses to first person shooter video games
Schneider, Edward F., Lang, Annie, Shin, Mija, Bradley, Samuel D. and Lang, Annie
Human Communication Research, 2004. | Journal Article
Death with a Story: How Story Impacts Emotional, Motivational, and Physiological Responses to First-Person Shooter Video Games
Schneider, Edward FLang, AnnieShin, Mija and Bradley, Samuel D
Human Communication Research, vol. 30, (no. 3), pp. 361-375, Jul 2004. | Journal Article