Index of Articles Published in Psychology of Popular Media Culture

http://www.apa.org/pubs/journals/ppm 2016  Volume 5, Issue 1 (Jan) Editors’ introduction. The price of sexy: Viewers’ perceptions of a sexualized versus nonsexualized Facebook profile photograph. When enemies go viral (or not)—A real-time experiment during the “Stop Kony” campaign. Video gamers and personality: A five-factor model to understand game playing style. Differential neural recruitment during violent video game…

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President’s Column: Primum non nocere, First, Do No Harm

Mary Gregerson, PhD mary.gregerson@aol.com Primum non nocere, Latin for “first, do no harm,” is one half of the bioethics of the Hippocratic Oath, the other part being “to do good.” “Doing good” has been a recent theme for APA Division 46 The Society for Media Psychology & Technology (see Amplifier Spring/Summer 2015). What, though, of…

A Day in the Life of A Psychology Video Producer

Roger Klein, PhD University of Pittsburgh rklein@pitt.edu It’s about 7:00 AM on a beautiful Spring day and I’m standing in front of Bartle Elementary School in Highland Park, NJ, waiting for the arrival of my camera crew. We’re scheduled to shoot a video about social-emotional learning, featuring Maurice J. Elias, Ph.D., a Rutgers psychologist, a…