John Newhagen
John Newhagen
Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Maryland
Verified email at umd.edu
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Why communication researchers should study the Internet: A dialogue
JE Newhagen, S Rafaeli
Journal of computer-mediated communication 1 (4), JCMC145, 1996
9931996
Negative video as structure: Emotion, attention, capacity, and memory
A Lang, J Newhagen, B Reeves
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 40 (4), 460-477, 1996
4911996
The evening's bad news: Effects of compelling negative television news images on memory
JE Newhagen, B Reeves
Journal of Communication 42 (2), 25-41, 1992
4491992
Differential criteria for evaluating credibility of newspapers and TV news
J Newhagen, C Nass
Journalism quarterly 66 (2), 277-284, 1989
3481989
Nightly@ nbc. com: Audience scope and the perception of interactivity in viewer mail on the Internet
JE Newhagen, JW Cordes, MR Levy
Journal of communication 45 (3), 164-175, 1995
2961995
TV news images that induce anger, fear, and disgust: Effects on approach‐avoidance and memory
JE Newhagen
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 42 (2), 265-276, 1998
2571998
Emotion and memory responses for negative political advertising: A study of television commercials used in the 1988 presidential election
JE Newhagen, B Reeves
Television and political advertising 1, 197-220, 1991
1501991
Revealing the black box: Information processing and media effects.
S Geiger, J Newhagen
Journal of Communication, 1993
1351993
Media access: Social and psychological dimensions of new technology use
EP Bucy, JE Newhagen
Psychology Press, 2004
1342004
The emotional appropriateness heuristic: Processing televised presidential reactions to the news
EP Bucy, JE Newhagen
Journal of Communication 49 (4), 59-79, 1999
1301999
A model for computer frustration: The role of instrumental and dispositional factors on incident, session, and post-session frustration and mood
K Bessiere, JE Newhagen, JP Robinson, B Shneiderman
Computers in human behavior 22 (6), 941-961, 2006
1272006
Negative and positive television messages: Effects of message type and context on attention and memory
BR Reeves, J Newhagen, E Maibach, M Basil, K Kurz
American Behavioral Scientist 34 (6), 679-694, 1991
1221991
The future of journalism in a distributed communication architecture
JE Newhagen, MR Levy
The electronic grapevine: Rumor, reputation, and reporting in the new on …, 1998
901998
Routes to media access
JE Newhagen, EP Bucy
Media access: Social and psychological dimensions of new technology use, 3-23, 2004
782004
Self-efficacy and call-in political television show use
JE Newhagen
Communication Research 21 (3), 366-379, 1994
731994
Interactivity, dynamic symbol processing, and the emergence of content in human communication
JE Newhagen
The information society 20 (5), 395-400, 2004
672004
Media use and political efficacy: The suburbanization of race and class
JE Newhagen
Journal of the American Society for Information Science 45 (6), 386-394, 1994
611994
The micro‐and macrodrama of politics on television: Effects of media format on candidate evaluations
EP Bucy, JE Newhagen
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 43 (2), 193-210, 1999
571999
The engaged electorate: New media use as political participation
EP Bucy, P D’Angelo, JE Newhagen
The Electronic Election: perspectives on the, 1996
511996
The relationship between censorship and the emotional and critical tone of television news coverage of the Persian Gulf War
JE Newhagen
Journalism Quarterly 71 (1), 32-42, 1994
391994
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