Index of Articles Published in Psychology of Popular Media Culture

July 2015, 4(3)

Editors’ introduction.

There is broad consensus: Media researchers agree that violent media increase aggression in children, and pediatricians and parents concur.

Consensus on media violence effects: Comment on Bushman, Gollwitzer, and Cruz (2015).

Manufacturing consensus in a diverse field of scholarly opinions: A comment on Bushman, Gollwitzer, and Cruz (2015).

Agreement across stakeholders is consensus: Response to Ivory et al. (2015).

Elevation (sometimes) increases altruism: Choice and number of outcomes in elevating media effects.

The effects of sexually–explicit literature on sexual behaviors and desires of women.

October 2015, 4(4)

Special issue issues.

Violent video games and real-world violence: Rhetoric versus data.

Impersonal agencies of communication: Comparing the effects of video games and other risk factors on violence.

Violent video games and physical aggression: Evidence for a selection effect among adolescents.

From the couch to the sports field: The longitudinal associations between sports video game play, self-esteem, and involvement in sports.

Daily videogame use and metacognitive knowledge of effective learning strategies.

School-age children show a bias toward fantasy classifications after playing a platform game.

Video game play and copycat crime: An exploratory analysis of an inmate population.

Contextualizing video game play: The moderating effects of cumulative risk and parenting styles on the relations among video game exposure and problem behaviors.

She said/he said: A peaceful debate on video game violence.

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