2019 Volume 8 (1) January
- Editor’s introduction.
- Development and validation of the Problematic Media Use Measure: A parent report measure of screen media “addiction” in children.
- Nighttime notifications and compulsivity illuminate the link between emerging adults’ cellphone use and sleep-related problems.
- “Let me take another selfie”: Further examination of the relation between narcissism, self-perception, and instagram posts.
- #Connected: Facebook may facilitate face-to-face relationships for introverts
- Experimental evidence of observed social media status cues on perceived likability.
- Romantic relationship-oriented Facebook activities and the satisfaction of belonging needs
- Decreased prefrontal activity during a cognitive inhibition task following violent video game play: A multi-week randomized trial.
- Gaining a competitive edge: Longitudinal associations between children’s competitive video game playing, conduct problems, peer relations, and prosocial behavior.
- Identification and parasocial relationships with characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
- Is social television the “anti-laugh track?” testing the effect of negative comments and canned laughter on comedy reception.
2018 Volume 8 (2) April
- The universality of the portrayal of gender in television advertisements: A review of the studies this century.
- Murder she watched: Does watching news or fictional media cultivate fear of crime?
- Psychology, political ideology, and humor appreciation: Why is satire so liberal?
- My friend Harry’s a wizard: Predicting parasocial interaction with characters from fiction.
- The Bridget Jones effect: The relationship between exposure to romantic media contents and fear of being single among emerging adults.
- Meet the media characters from another culture: Influence of ethnocentrism on parasocial interaction.