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Projective methods: their origins, theory, and application in personality research

H. Sargent
1945 Psychological bulletin  
Eder points out in his own introduction to Jung’s Studies that the departure|~ we owe to Jung is the application of the association method to unconscious men- tal processes, and the theory of unconscious  ...  Few procedures in experimental psychology have so richly rewarded their investiga- tors with the possibilities of practical application as the association method ....  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0060846 fatcat:qoxqxymxv5h2zamao72n6ouwuy

Consideration set models of electoral choice: Theory, method, and application

Henrik Oscarsson, Martin Rosema
2018 Electoral Studies  
Furthermore, we briefly summarise the other contributions to this symposium and sketch some avenues for their application in future research. (H. Oscarsson), (M. Rosema).  ...  More specifically, we recommend the use of pre-election panel surveys, direct measures of electoral consideration sets, and statistical models suitable for analysing dichotomous variables and voter-party  ...  and Social Sciences for the years 2014-2016.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.electstud.2018.08.003 fatcat:wz32acgsorfx5arpv7wuqt6xmq

Application of 5P Teaching Method in China's Middle School English Teaching

Rui Luo
2019 Theory and Practice in Language Studies  
This paper analyzes the application of 5P Teaching Method in middle school English teaching in China and proves its necessity and validity.  ...  ' inadequate ability of English application. 5P Teaching Method aims to improve students' self-learning ability and their language application ability, which requires teachers to change their roles and  ...  To sum up, effective application of 5P Teaching Method can improve students' English skills and their language application ability in a comprehensive way.  ... 
doi:10.17507/tpls.0905.11 fatcat:aqx2uzjo2vbsnls37xotdzpzje

Media Use and Well-Being: New Perspectives on the Risks and Benefits of Media Exposure

Leonard Reinecke, Allison Eden, Nicole Krämer
2016 Journal of Media Psychology  
to the risks and others more susceptible to the benefits of media use, remains a crucial challenge for the field of media psychology.  ...  Research submitted for publication in the special issue should thus: • Address the relationship between the use of traditional or new and interactive media and psychological  ...  Ó 2016 Hogrefe Publishing Journal of Media Psychology 2016; Vol. 28(2):94-95  ... 
doi:10.1027/1864-1105/a000191 fatcat:ixivyu4oszbhrek7mlt6klmkmq

Virtual Reality

Jesse Fox, Dylan Arena, Jeremy N. Bailenson
2009 Journal of Media Psychology  
in areas such as medicine and education; and VR as a method, wherein we provide a comprehensive outline of studies in which VR technologies are used to study phenomena that have traditionally been studied  ...  Specifically, we review the literature on the study of VR as an object, wherein we discuss the effects of the technology on human users; VR as an application, wherein we consider real-world applications  ...  We would like to thank all of our coders for their hard work on this project: Liz Tricase, Deonne Castaneda, Amanda Zhang, Suejung Shin, Brandon Herzog, Amanda Le, Maddy Coon, Jeff Wear, and Nicole Fernandez  ... 
doi:10.1027/1864-1105.21.3.95 fatcat:6eml75ucjzhzjlws4nso5rf52e

Predictors of Multitasking with Media: Media Factors and Audience Factors

Se-Hoon Jeong, Martin Fishbein
2007 Media Psychology  
Both (a) ownership of media in bedrooms as a media factor and (b) sensation seeking as an audience factor were found to be significant predictors of multitasking with media.  ...  This study examines (a) the prevalence and patterns of multitasking among 14-to 16-year-olds and (b) the media and audience factors that predict such behavior.  ...  The model proposes that social and psychological needs lead to specific patterns of media or content usage.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15213260701532948 fatcat:zsfmtn4rqve4jdbqdf2us3eunm

Audience Personality and the Selection of Media and Media Genres

Alice Hall
2005 Media Psychology  
Personality and Media Selection 3 Audience Personality and the Selection of Media and Media Genres Media audiences may select what they see, hear, or read from an array of content that is diverse across  ...  The impact of personality characteristics (extraversion, neuroticism, psychoticism) on audiences' use of movies, television, and radio, and on genre preferences within these media was explored.  ...  Given lack of a widely accepted theory of how personality may shape media behavior, however, these indicators represent an advance of previous work.  ... 
doi:10.1207/s1532785xmep0704_4 fatcat:pn7zrpenxrbidhtdw7mi36qria

Informatization of Education. Media Education and Media Literacy

2021 Main Issues Of Pedagogy And Psychology  
As a result of teachers' training, it has become clear that there is a need to promote teachers, ICTs, media education and media literacy.  ...  The article presents the informatization of education, which will promote the development of professional abilities and skills of teachers, lecturers, raising public awareness and improving the quality  ...  in pedagogical theory and practice.  ... 
doi:10.24234/miopap.v19i1.396 fatcat:46l5fopk3vgx3birw6rl7lkypa

Review of Social Survey Methods for Mass Media Research

No authorship indicated
1991 Contemporary Psychology  
Also of Interest R. C. Adams. Social Survey Methods for Mass Media Research. Hillsdale, NJ: Erl- baum, 1989. 173 pp. ISBN 0-8058-0140- 5. $24.95.  ...  Topics include the history and theory of hypnotism, in- duction techniques, clinical applications of surgical anesthesia, and the use of hypnosis with children and in obstetrics, general medicine, psychiatry  ... 
doi:10.1037/029458 fatcat:56gjrlzbf5fork35q6dqwagit4

New Forms of Electronic Media

Paul C. Quinn
1991 Contemporary Psychology  
Social—psychological theory and data contributed to this volume in two addi- tional places.  ...  Only with the emergence of the fields of child psychology and developmental psychology in the late 19th and early 20th centuries did the scientific study of such relationships occur.  ... 
doi:10.1037/029314 fatcat:a3z56ejikrbjnhl54vruoujiq4

Culture and Media

Kawalpreet Kaur
2016 International Journal of Indian Psychology  
The cultural differences and similarities between the two movies were analysed through theory based content analysis.  ...  The differences were found in terms were in terms of values, norms, attitudes, situations, language, art, and literature, marriage, and relationships and similarities were found in context of importance  ...  Acknowledgments The author appreciates all those who participated in the study and helped to facilitate the research process.  ... 
doi:10.25215/0304.020 fatcat:n6yknylpe5eqxduf7sfj3mh2iy

Watching Closely

Katalin Bálint, Thomas Klausch, Tibor Pólya
2018 Journal of Media Psychology  
Employing mixed-method data collection, participants were asked to retell the story of the films and fill in questionnaires on narrative experience.  ...  Theory of mind, defined as attributing intentions, feelings, and thoughts to others, is a key capacity in building mental models of narratives.  ...  Investigating the impact of formal features on psychological responses in viewers of film narratives is one of the most challenging tasks in media psychology.  ... 
doi:10.1027/1864-1105/a000189 fatcat:djwa626inrdxbfmq76vg66e47u

Associations between parental media monitoring, media use, and internalizing symptoms during adolescence

Laura M. Padilla-Walker, Laura A. Stockdale, Ryan D. McLean
2019 Psychology of Popular Media Culture  
In turn, media multitasking was associated with higher levels of anxiety and depression, and social media use was associated with higher levels of anxiety.  ...  It is also of note that media multitasking, social media use, and video game use (for boys) were associated with higher levels of internalizing symptoms, whereas TV use and texting (for boys) were associated  ...  Media application is the way that the media messages are internalized and applied in day-to-day interactions.  ... 
doi:10.1037/ppm0000256 fatcat:fjuj7kskjnflbcbqplko5g7s7u

Media Violence and Youth Violence

Werner H. Hopf, Günter L. Huber, Rudolf H. Weiß
2008 Journal of Media Psychology  
Of particular importance are the findings that (1) playing violent electronic games is the strongest risk factor of violent criminality and (2) both media-stimulated and real experiences of aggressive  ...  The frequency of exposure to media violence and eight additional risk factors were path-analyzed in a 2-year longitudinal study.  ...  of Media Psychology 2008; Vol. 20(3):79-96 © 2008 Hogrefe & Huber Publishers © 2008 Hogrefe & Huber Publishers Journal of Media Psychology 2008; Vol. 20(3):79-96 Journal of Media Psychology  ... 
doi:10.1027/1864-1105.20.3.79 fatcat:522mzroeyzdm3nxfpnsrtk63gy

Distorted Reflections: Media Exposure and Latino Adolescents' Conceptions of Self

Rocío Rivadeneyra, L. Monique Ward, Maya Gordon
2007 Media Psychology  
With its appealing visual images, dynamic character portrayals, and provocative messages, television has emerged as a powerful agent of socialization, shaping adolescent's knowledge, attitudes, MEDIA PSYCHOLOGY  ...  Together, these findings provide powerful evidence of a potential link between media use and the self-conceptions of Latino youth.  ...  The authors thank Edwina Hansbrough, Allison Caruthers, Ann Merriwether, Amanda Reid, Angie Beatty, and several members of the Ward lab for their assistance with various aspects of this project.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15213260701285926 fatcat:ytj3zqudc5dc5gq4kb7hvejxty
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