Rene Weber
Rene Weber
Professor, Media Neuroscience Lab, University of California Santa Barbara
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Statistik für Human und Sozialwissenschaftler: Anhang SPSS
J Bortz, R Weber
Springer Medizin, 2005
3417*2005
Does playing violent video games induce aggression? Empirical evidence of a functional magnetic resonance imaging study
R Weber, U Ritterfeld, K Mathiak
Media psychology 8 (1), 39-60, 2006
3252006
Video Games for Entertainment and Education
U Ritterfeld, R Weber
2742006
Toward brain correlates of natural behavior: fMRI during violent video games
K Mathiak, R Weber
Human brain mapping 27 (12), 948-956, 2006
2312006
Theorizing flow and media enjoyment as cognitive synchronization of attentional and reward networks
R Weber, R Tamborini, A Westcott‐Baker, B Kantor
Communication Theory 19 (4), 397-422, 2009
2132009
Neural contributions to flow experience during video game playing
M Klasen, R Weber, TTJ Kircher, KA Mathiak, K Mathiak
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 7 (4), 485-495, 2012
1642012
A critical assessment of null hypothesis significance testing in quantitative communication research
TR Levine, R Weber, C Hullett, HS Park, LLM Lindsey
Human Communication Research 34 (2), 171-187, 2008
1562008
“They may be pixels, but they're MY pixels:” Developing a metric of character attachment in role-playing video games
ML Lewis, R Weber, ND Bowman
CyberPsychology & Behavior 11 (4), 515-518, 2008
1512008
Facilitating game play: How others affect performance at and enjoyment of video games
ND Bowman, R Weber, R Tamborini, J Sherry
Media Psychology 16 (1), 39-64, 2013
1042013
A communication researchers’ guide to null hypothesis significance testing and alternatives
TR Levine, R Weber, HS Park, CR Hullett
Human Communication Research 34 (2), 188-209, 2008
1012008
What do we really know about first‐person‐shooter games? An event‐related, high‐resolution content analysis
R Weber, KM Behr, R Tamborini, U Ritterfeld, K Mathiak
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 14 (4), 1016-1037, 2009
992009
Testing a dual-process model of media enjoyment and appreciation
RJ Lewis, R Tamborini, R Weber
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 397-416, 2014
972014
Scaring the already scared: Some problems with HIV/AIDS fear appeals in Namibia
N Muthusamy, TR Levine, R Weber
Journal of Communication 59 (2), 317-344, 2009
922009
Testing equivalence in communication research: Theory and application
R Weber, L Popova
Communication Methods and Measures 6 (3), 190-213, 2012
912012
Reward system and temporal pole contributions to affective evaluation during a first person shooter video game
KA Mathiak, M Klasen, R Weber, H Ackermann, SS Shergill, K Mathiak
BMC neuroscience 12 (1), 1-11, 2011
792011
Playing Video Games as Entertainment.
P Vorderer, J Bryant, KM Pieper, R Weber
Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Publishers, 2006
732006
How Reliable Are Neuromarketers' Measures of Advertising Effectiveness?: Data from Ongoing Research Holds No Common Truth among Vendors
D Varan, A Lang, P Barwise, R Weber, S Bellman
Journal of Advertising Research 55 (2), 176-191, 2015
652015
Aggression and violence as effects of playing violent video games
R Weber, U Ritterfeld, A Kostygina
Playing video games: Motives, responses, and consequences, 347-361, 2006
622006
Neural predictors of message effectiveness during counterarguing in antidrug campaigns
R Weber, R Huskey, JM Mangus, A Westcott-Baker, BO Turner
Communication Monographs 82 (1), 4-30, 2015
612015
Soap opera exposure and enjoyment: A longitudinal test of disposition theory
R Weber, R Tamborini, HE Lee, H Stipp
Media Psychology 11 (4), 462-487, 2008
612008
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