Paul Adachi, PhD University of Rochester email@example.com Binge watching hit drama TV series seems to be a common practice these days. Americans spend over 30 hours a week watching TV and dramas are among the most popular genres (Nielsen, 2012, 2017). Although media psychologists have long been interested in why people watch TV, my colleagues…
Kelly P. Dillon, PhD Department of Communication, Wittenberg University firstname.lastname@example.org @KellyPDillon We know from decades of anecdotes, observations, and scientific research that it is critical to make bystanders aware of emergencies occurring in their immediate environment. In the post-9/11 era, the phrase “see something, say something” captured the idea succinctly. But what about less obvious…
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