Index of Articles Published in Psychology of Popular Media Culture

www.apa.org/pubs/journals/ppm

January 2015, Vol 4 (1)
Special Issue: Gender Stereotypes in Media

  1. College Women’s Reflections on Media Representations of Empowerment
  2. “Hot Girls” and “Cool Dudes”; Examining the prevalence of the Heterosexual Script in American Culture’s Television Media.
  3. Embodying the Moral Code? Thirty Years of Final Girls in Slasher Films.
  4. SeX-Box: Exposure to Sexist Video Games Predicts Benevolent Sexism.
  5. Changing the Track in Music and Misogyny: Listening to Music with Pro-Equality Lyrics Improves Attitudes and Behaviors Towards Women.

April 2015, Vol 4(2)

  1. Anonymously Hurting Others Online: The Effect of Anonymity on Cyberbullying frequency.
  2. Like the Good or Bad Guy—Empathy in Antisocial and Prosocial Games.
  3. Testing the Reliability and Validity of Different Measures of Violent Video Game Use in the United States, Singapore, and Germany.
  4. Comparing Apples and Oranges? Evidence for Pace of Action as a Confound in Research on Digital Games and Aggression.
  5. Sore Losers? A Reexamination of the Frustration-Aggression Hypothesis for Colocated Video Game Play.
  6. Eating Ghosts: The Underlying Mechanism of Mood Repair via Interactive and Noninteractive Media.
  7. Gone Country: An Investigation of Billboard Country Songs of the Year Across Social and Economic Conditions of the United States.
  8. Investigating Fans of Fictional Texts: Fan Identity Salience, Empathy, and Transportation
  9. News as (Hazardous) Entertainment: Exaggerated Reporting Leads to More Memory Distortion for News Stories.

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