German Neubaum
German Neubaum
Head of Junior Research Group "Digital Citizenship in Network Technologies", University of Duisburg
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Another brick in the Facebook wall–How personality traits relate to the content of status updates
S Winter, G Neubaum, SC Eimler, V Gordon, J Theil, J Herrmann, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 194-202, 2014
Psychosocial functions of social media usage in a disaster situation: A multi-methodological approach
G Neubaum, L Rösner, AM Rosenthal-von der Pütten, NC Krämer
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 28-38, 2014
Let the weakest link go! Empirical explorations on the relative importance of weak and strong ties on social networking sites
N Krämer, L Rösner, S Eimler, S Winter, G Neubaum
Societies 4 (4), 785-809, 2014
Examining characteristics of opinion leaders in social media: A motivational approach
S Winter, G Neubaum
Social Media+ Society 2 (3), 2056305116665858, 2016
Opinion climates in social media: Blending mass and interpersonal communication
G Neubaum, NC Krämer
Human Communication Research 43 (4), 464-476, 2017
Monitoring the opinion of the crowd: Psychological mechanisms underlying public opinion perceptions on social media
G Neubaum, NC Krämer
Media Psychology 20 (3), 502-531, 2017
Don’t keep it (too) simple: How textual representations of scientific uncertainty affect laypersons’ attitudes
S Winter, NC Krämer, L Rösner, G Neubaum
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 34 (3), 251-272, 2015
What do we fear? Expected sanctions for expressing minority opinions in offline and online communication
G Neubaum, NC Krämer
Communication Research 45 (2), 139-164, 2018
My friends right next to me: A laboratory investigation on predictors and consequences of experiencing social closeness on social networking sites
G Neubaum, NC Krämer
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (8), 443-449, 2015
Let’s Blog About Health! Exploring the Persuasiveness of a Personal HIV Blog Compared to an Institutional HIV Website
G Neubaum, NC Krämer
Health communication 30 (9), 872-883, 2015
Broadcasting one world: How watching online videos can elicit elevation and reduce stereotypes
N Krämer, SC Eimler, G Neubaum, S Winter, L Rösner, MB Oliver
New Media & Society 19 (9), 1349-1368, 2017
Investigating incentives for students to provide peer feedback in a semi-open online course: An experimental study
G Neubaum, A Wichmann, SC Eimler, NC Krämer
Proceedings of The International Symposium on Open Collaboration, 19, 2014
Are social bots a real threat? An agent-based model of the spiral of silence to analyse the impact of manipulative actors in social networks
B Ross, L Pilz, B Cabrera, F Brachten, G Neubaum, S Stieglitz
European Journal of Information Systems, 1-19, 2019
Selbstpräsentation und Beziehungsmanagement in sozialen Medien
NC Krämer, SC Eimler, G Neubaum
Handbuch Soziale Medien, 1-20, 2014
A brief history of (social) Cyberspace
NC Krämer, G Neubaum, SC Eimler
Cyberemotions, 11-35, 2017
Monitoring and Expressing Opinions on Social Networking Sites – Empirical Investigations based on the Spiral of Silence Theory
G Neubaum
University of Duisburg-Essen, 2016
United in the name of justice: How conformity processes in social media may influence online vigilantism.
G Neubaum, L Rösner, T Ganster, K Hambach, NC Krämer
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 7 (2), 185, 2018
The effect of bilingual congruence on the persuasive influence of videos and comments on YouTube
JB Walther, G Neubaum, L Rösner, S Winter, NC Krämer
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 37 (3), 310-329, 2018
“I see you, I know you, it feels good”–Qualitative and quantitative analyses of ambient awareness as a potential mediator of social networking sites usage and well-being
NC Krämer, G Neubaum, M Hirt, C Knitter, S Ostendorf, S Zeru
Computers in Human Behavior 77, 77-85, 2017
Altogether Now! Mass and Small Group Collaboration in (Open) Online Courses: A Case Study
SC Eimler, G Neubaum, M Mannsfeld, NC Krämer
Mass Collaboration and Education, 285-304, 2016
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