Lukas Otto
Lukas Otto
Assistant Professor, The Amsterdam School of Communication Research, ASCoR, University of Amsterdam
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The softening of journalistic political communication: A comprehensive framework model of sensationalism, soft news, infotainment, and tabloidization
L Otto, I Glogger, M Boukes
Communication Theory 27 (2), 136-155, 2017
Public understanding of science and the perception of nanotechnology: the roles of interest in science, methodological knowledge, epistemological beliefs, and beliefs about science
A Retzbach, J Marschall, M Rahnke, L Otto, M Maier
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 13 (12), 6231-6244, 2011
Informal learning through science media usage
M Maier, T Rothmund, A Retzbach, L Otto, JC Besley
Educational Psychologist 49 (2), 86-103, 2014
Politisches Interesse Kurzskala (PIKS)–Entwicklung und Validierung
L Otto, P Bacherle
Politische Psychologie 1 (1), 19-35, 2011
Effects of repeated exposure to science TV shows on beliefs about scientific evidence and interest in science
J Retzbach, A Retzbach, M Maier, L Otto, M Rahnke
Journal of Media Psychology, 2013
Measuring the perceived uncertainty of scientific evidence and its relationship to engagement with science
J Retzbach, L Otto, M Maier
Public Understanding of Science 25 (6), 638-655, 2016
Measuring traits and states in public opinion research: A latent state–trait analysis of political efficacy
FM Schneider, L Otto, D Alings, M Schmitt
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 26 (2), 202-223, 2014
Mediated and moderated effects of personalized political communication on political trust
L Otto, M Maier
Communications 41 (1), 21-45, 2016
Everyday dynamics of media skepticism and credibility
L Otto, F Thomas, M Maier
Trust in media and journalism, 111-133, 2018
Journalistic views on hard and soft news: Cross-validating a popular concept in a factorial survey
I Glogger, LP Otto
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (3), 811-829, 2019
Das ist doch kein Zustand! Zur Messung von States und Traits in der Kommunikationswissenschaft
FM Schneider, L Otto, A Bartsch
M&K Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft 65 (1), 83-100, 2017
Is context the key? The (non-) differential effects of mediated incivility in three European countries
LP Otto, S Lecheler, ART Schuck
Political Communication 37 (1), 88-107, 2020
The changing role of media use in political participation.
T Rothmund, L Otto
Hogrefe Publishing 28 (3), 97, 2016
Only one moment in time? Investigating the Dynamic relationship of emotions and attention toward political information with mobile experience sampling
LP Otto, F Thomas, M Maier, C Ottenstein
Communication Research 47 (8), 1131-1154, 2020
Die Bedeutung von Emotionen für die Rezeption der TV-Debatte 2013
IC Vogel, L Otto
Merkel gegen Steinbrück, 87-103, 2017
Entertainment that matters: Unterhaltung in und mit politischen Themen
FM Schneider, A Bartsch, L Otto
The In-Mind: IM [deutsche Ausgabe] 4 (3), 1-3, 2013
„Deutschlandkette statt Sachkompetenz “: Führt die Rezeption des TV-Duells zu einer personalisierten Wahrnehmung von Politik?
M Maier, L Otto, K Disch, C Ruppert
Merkel gegen Steinbrück, 105-124, 2017
When they go low, we gloat: How trait and state Schadenfreude moderate the perception and effect of negative political messages.
A Nai, LP Otto
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 2020
Expanding the methodological toolbox: Factorial surveys in journalism research
LP Otto, I Glogger
Journalism Studies 21 (7), 947-965, 2020
Personalization 2.0?–Testing the personalization hypothesis in citizens’, journalists’, and politicians’ campaign Twitter communication
LP Otto, I Glogger, M Maier
Communications 44 (4), 359-381, 2019
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