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The effect of Twitter exposure on false memory formation

Kimberly M. Fenn, Nicholas R. Griffin, Mitchell G. Uitvlugt, Susan M. Ravizza
2014 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
Therefore, social media may be particularly harmful for autobiographical memory. Here, we tested the effect of Twitter on false memory.  ...  We presented participants with a series of images that depicted a story and then presented false information about the images in a scrolling feed that bore either a low or high resemblance to a Twitter  ...  feed that was not associated with social media.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-014-0639-9 pmid:24825304 fatcat:rh7qbvhpyncudbuy5yqrycufie

Starting A New Twitter Account @Conncollegeis: With a Report From #ALAMW14

Andrew Lopez, Rebecca Parmer, Jessica McCullough, Laura Little
2014 Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship  
using social media in such a way that strikes a careful balance between creativity and control.  ...  Back at Connecticut College, the social media committee met to share this information and discuss our next steps.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1941126x.2014.910413 fatcat:ebab44ljrfbwhiywfvgxh56x6a

THEORETICAL FEATURES REGARDING THE EVOLUTION OVER TIME OF THE MAIN COMMUNICATION MODELS USED FOR THE STUDY OF MASS COMMUNICATION

Irina IOSUB, Otilia-Elena PLATON
2016 Challenges of the Knowledge Society  
In the context of increasingly accelerated development of technology and particularly of the Internet, mass communication acquires new meanings.  ...  still are used for the study of mass communication.  ...  fBC is the feed-back provided by the audience to the channel (the feed-back of the viewers of a TV show, of the listeners of a radio station, etc.); fCA is the feed-back which the transmitter A receives  ... 
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Censor chair

Eric Aley, Trina Cooper, Ross Graeber, Andruid Kerne, Kyle Overby, Zachary O. Toups
2005 Proceedings of the 13th annual ACM international conference on Multimedia - MULTIMEDIA '05  
Censor Chair makes use of a galvanic skin response (GSR) sensor, live video feeds, and a barcode reader to drive the presentation of a digital media library.  ...  We are taking a playful position in considering relationships between censorship and sensors that monitor physiology.  ...  We also wish to thank everyone in the Recombinant Media Ecosystems class for their feedback and support during the creation and testing of Censor Chair.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1101149.1101345 dblp:conf/mm/AleyCGKOT05 fatcat:iizhjvsbxnfnnaklksfdnyrtkm

Perspectives on Ten-to-Twelve Years Old Cognitive Processes Stimulated by Media Messages Reception and Attitudinal Changes Resulting from Gaining Media Competence

Rodica-Roxana ANGHEL
2010 Essachess  
favoring the active media reception, built on the functionalist way of evaluating, "what people do with media".  ...  Last four decades' debate on public's media competencies has been shifting from the model of passive reception of media messages tackled from a behavioral approach "what media do to people", to the one  ...  Our reasearch hypothesized that feed-back and feed-forward that formal or even non-formal educational communication about media issues may provide to 10-12 years old may help them to become becoming media  ... 
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Unplugged

Lea Powell
2018 Counseling and family therapy scholarship review  
Readers are encouraged to reflect on the topics in attempt to establish their own healthy, balanced relationship with technology and social media.  ...  In attempt to explore these feelings and unmask the factors underlying these trends, elements of motivation, privacy, and an individual's relationship with control are discussed.  ...  Social media has granted us, for the most part, complete control over our online presence.  ... 
doi:10.53309/wvnx7804 fatcat:iutepghp3vgrtmmuz6tecj5jdm

Managing the infodemic

Mark Buchanan
2020 Nature Physics  
Recently, in the western United States, gun-toting mobs have formed to turn back imaginary busloads of 'antifa' gangs which exist only on their Twitter feeds.  ...  WhatsApp and other social media.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41567-020-01039-5 fatcat:p2olow3vsresbktfr242vdvxly

Twitter manipulates your feed: Ethical considerations

Susan T. Fiske
2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
When Twitter initiated personalized feeds for its users, it held back 1% of the accounts, leaving them to be the untreated control group.  ...  The question here is whether a reasonable person knows that social media curate their feed. Let's assume yes.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2119924119 pmid:34934015 pmcid:PMC8740727 fatcat:3braja455zhubnvo5yufa2veze

Social Media, Interrupted: Users Recounting Temporary Disconnection on Instagram

Ana Jorge
2019 Social Media + Society  
social media are part of.  ...  These discourses reproduce other public discourses in asserting the self-regulation of the use of social media as a social norm, where social media users are responsible for their well-being and where  ...  Declaration of Conflicting Interests The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2056305119881691 fatcat:blkosbzsy5edfo4a6a7w6g2glu

Giving up Twitter for Lent

Sarita Yardi Schoenebeck
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
Using a mixed methods approach, we pair data from users who tweeted about giving up Twitter for Lent with an interview study of social media users.  ...  Social media use is widespread, but many people worry about overuse. This paper explores how and why people take breaks from social media.  ...  From their timelines, some users appeared to scroll back through their Twitter feeds to catch up on earlier conversations while others reengaged with their networks real-time.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2556983 dblp:conf/chi/Schoenebeck14 fatcat:l76ozryq5beylbktjojvmf4qzi

A 'Control Model' of Social Media Engagement in Adolescence: A Grounded Theory Analysis

Throuvala, Griffiths, Rennoldson, Kuss
2019 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
, and structurally led processes emerge, conceptualized as the 'control model' of social media engagement.  ...  The resulting concepts related to individual, social, and structurally related processes, highlighting a synergy between the processes underlying use and a gradual reduction of control as individual, social  ...  The difficulty in controlling frequency of engagement has partially been attributed to the habitual nature of use, and the constant automatic feeding and structural mechanisms of media platforms, which  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph16234696 pmid:31775387 pmcid:PMC6926519 fatcat:4aakak37srfixookk6oq42aspi

The Study Of New Age Media Advertising With Special Reference To Rich Site Summary (Rss)

Priti K Rao
2017 Zenodo  
The basic objective of this paper "The study of new age media in advertising with special reference to Rich Site Summary (RSS)" aims at understanding the contribution of RSS in the world of digital advertising  ...  The new media impacts the relationships with customers and helps in creating and managing the relationships.  ...  RSS will be their main connection with the content they like. It will include social features and medium-specific advertising. Rich media ads will be redefined in RSS.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.400622 fatcat:pos5hxug2vfmripyjafjpy4kiu

Tweeting theJihad: Social Media Networks of Western Foreign Fighters in Syria and Iraq

Jytte Klausen
2014 Studies in Conflict and Terrorism  
Twitter in particular has been used to drive communications over other social media platforms.  ...  Social media have played an essential role in the jihadists' operational strategy in Syria and Iraq, and beyond.  ...  Terrorist-controlled social media now drive the -slow media‖ coverage. online media.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1057610x.2014.974948 fatcat:v7jcylw5anbcnpjxc2j3762nmq

SOCIAL MEDIA USE, TRUST AND TECHNOLOGY ACCEPTANCE: INVESTIGATING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF A CO-CREATED BROWSER PLUGIN IN MITIGATING THE SPREAD OF MISINFORMATION ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Eleni Kyza, Christiana Varda, Loukas Konstantinou, Evangelos Karapanos, Serena Coppolino Perfumi, Mattias Svahn, Yiannis Georgiou
2021 Selected Papers of Internet Research, SPIR  
Social media have become online spaces where misinformation abounds and spreads virally in the absence of professional gatekeeping.  ...  This work sought to examine whether the control of information can be regained by humans with the support of a co-created browser plugin, which integrated credibility labels and nudges, and was informed  ...  As traditional gatekeeping is replaced online by new models of information control, this work investigated how some form of power over the control of information can be renegotiated back to the everyday  ... 
doi:10.5210/spir.v2021i0.12197 fatcat:a55idp2nfjfhvgs7d2qeajkzi4

The hidden hierarchy of far-right digital guerrilla warfare

Letícia Cesarino, Pedro H. J. Nardelli
2021 Digital War  
AbstractThe polarizing tendency of politically leaned social media is usually claimed to be spontaneous, or a by-product of underlying platform algorithms.  ...  This contribution revisits both claims by articulating the digital world of social media and rules derived from capitalist accumulation in the post-Fordist age, from a transdisciplinary perspective articulating  ...  Individualized feeds are the "terrain" of social media viewed as a guerrilla battlefield (Van Haaster, Gevers and Sprengers 2016).  ... 
doi:10.1057/s42984-021-00032-3 fatcat:yosakvp7ezhebntgwdaeyxrd2m
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