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Andrew J. Weaver
Andrew J. Weaver
Media School, Indiana University
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Accidentally informed: Incidental news exposure on the World Wide Web
D Tewksbury, AJ Weaver, BD Maddex
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 78 (3), 533-554, 2001
4812001
Mirrored morality: An exploration of moral choice in video games
AJ Weaver, N Lewis
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 15 (11), 610-614, 2012
2072012
A meta-analytical review of selective exposure to and the enjoyment of media violence
AJ Weaver
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 55 (2), 232-250, 2011
1212011
More than a game: Sports media framing effects on attitudes, intentions, and enjoyment
N Lewis, AJ Weaver
Communication & Sport 3 (2), 219-242, 2015
1102015
Viewer ethnicity matters: Black crime in TV News and its impact on decisions regarding public policy
RJ Hurley, J Jensen, A Weaver, T Dixon
Journal of Social Issues 71 (1), 155-170, 2015
1002015
The role of actors' race in white audiences' selective exposure to movies
AJ Weaver
Journal of Communication 61 (2), 369-385, 2011
952011
The role of graphic and sanitized violence in the enjoyment of television dramas
AJ Weaver, BJ Wilson
Human Communication Research 35 (3), 442-463, 2009
802009
A content analysis of print news coverage of media violence and aggression research
N Martins, AJ Weaver, D Yeshua-Katz, NH Lewis, NE Tyree, JD Jensen
Journal of communication 63 (6), 1070-1087, 2013
702013
Developing a brief sensation seeking scale for children: Establishing concurrent validity with video game use and rule-breaking behavior
JD Jensen, AJ Weaver, R Ivic, K Imboden
Media Psychology 14 (1), 71-95, 2011
692011
The (non) violent world of YouTube: Content trends in web video
AJ Weaver, A Zelenkauskaite, L Samson
Journal of Communication 62 (6), 1065-1083, 2012
592012
Portrayals of women in transnational Arab television drama series
T Kharroub, AJ Weaver
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 58 (2), 179-195, 2014
382014
Emotional responses to social comparisons in reality television programming
N Lewis, AJ Weaver
Journal of Media Psychology, 2015
352015
Gender and empathy differences in negative reactions to fictionalized and real violent images
MJ Kobach, AJ Weaver
Communication reports 25 (2), 51-61, 2012
342012
Shall we play a game?
TL Ross, AJ Weaver
Journal of Media Psychology, 2012
322012
The role of media exposure on relational aggression: A meta-analysis
N Martins, A Weaver
Aggression and violent behavior 47, 90-99, 2019
312019
What the public “knows” about media effects research: The influence of news frames on perceived credibility and belief change
N Martins, AJ Weaver, T Lynch
Journal of Communication 68 (1), 98-119, 2018
302018
Skill gap: Quantifying violent content in video game play between variably skilled users
NL Matthews, AJ Weaver
Mass communication and society 16 (6), 829-846, 2013
262013
Liking violence and action: An examination of gender differences in children's processing of animated content
AJ Weaver, JD Jensen, N Martins, RJ Hurley, BJ Wilson
Media Psychology 14 (1), 49-70, 2011
232011
The relationship between selective exposure and the enjoyment of television violence
AJ Weaver, MJ Kobach
Aggressive behavior 38 (2), 175-184, 2012
182012
Game mechanics matter: differences in video game conditions influence memory performance
K Prena, A Reed, AJ Weaver, SD Newman
Communication Research Reports 35 (3), 222-231, 2018
142018
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