Media Psychology

(The H4-Index of Media Psychology is 13. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
The relationship between online vigilance and affective well-being in everyday life: Combining smartphone logging with experience sampling36
Daily technoference, technology use during couple leisure time, and relationship quality31
A Meta-Analysis on the Longitudinal, Age-Dependent Effects of Violent Video Games on Aggression25
Is receiving Dislikes in social media still better than being ignored? The effects of ostracism and rejection on need threat and coping responses online24
Effects of individual toxic behavior on team performance in League of Legends22
Triple spirals? A three-wave panel study on the longitudinal associations between social media use and young individuals’ alcohol consumption21
Something that They Never Said: Multimodal Disinformation and Source Vividness in Understanding the Power of AI-Enabled Deepfake News20
The Development and Validation of Measurement Instruments to Address Interactions with Positive Social Media Content18
That selfie becomes you: examining taking and posting selfies as forms of self-objectification17
Responses to Social Media Influencers’ Misinformation about COVID-19: A Pre-Registered Multiple-Exposure Experiment16
Offline and online discrimination and mental distress among lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals: the moderating effect of LGBTQ facebook use15
Women, not objects: testing a sensitizing web campaign against female sexual objectification to temper sexual harassment and hostile sexism15
Social Media and Distraction: An Experience Sampling Study among Adolescents14
Harming and Shaming through Naming: Examining Why Calling the Coronavirus the “COVID-19 Virus,” Not the “Chinese Virus,” Matters13