Benjamin K. Johnson
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Implications of pro-and counterattitudinal information exposure for affective polarization
RK Garrett, SD Gvirsman, BK Johnson, Y Tsfati, R Neo, A Dal
Human Communication Research 40 (3), 309-332, 2014
Glancing up or down: Mood management and selective social comparisons on social networking sites
BK Johnson, S Knobloch-Westerwick
Computers in Human Behavior 41, 33-39, 2014
Temporarily expanding the boundaries of the self: Motivations for entering the story world and implications for narrative effects
MD Slater, BK Johnson, J Cohen, MLG Comello, DR Ewoldsen
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 439-455, 2014
Selective exposure for better or worse: Its mediating role for online news' impact on political participation
S Knobloch-Westerwick, BK Johnson
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (2), 184-196, 2014
Confirmation bias in online searches: Impacts of selective exposure before an election on political attitude strength and shifts
S Knobloch-Westerwick, BK Johnson, A Westerwick
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (2), 171-187, 2014
Political online information searching in Germany and the United States: Confirmation bias, source credibility, and attitude impacts
S Knobloch-Westerwick, C Mothes, BK Johnson, A Westerwick, ...
Journal of Communication 65 (3), 489-511, 2015
Social networking and impression management: Self-presentation in the digital age
C Cunningham
Rowman & Littlefield, 2013
To your health: Self-regulation of health behavior through selective exposure to online health messages
S Knobloch-Westerwick, BK Johnson, A Westerwick
Journal of Communication 63 (5), 807-829, 2013
Spoiler alert: Consequences of narrative spoilers for dimensions of enjoyment, appreciation, and transportation
BK Johnson, JE Rosenbaum
Communication Research 42 (8), 1068-1088, 2015
The effects of product photographs and reputation systems on consumer behavior and product cost on eBay
B Van Der Heide, BK Johnson, MH Vang
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (3), 570-576, 2013
Morality predicts enjoyment but not appreciation of morally ambiguous characters
A Eden, S Daalmans, BK Johnson
Media Psychology 20 (3), 349-373, 2017
Science exemplars in the eye of the beholder: How exposure to online science information affects attitudes
S Knobloch-Westerwick, BK Johnson, NA Silver, A Westerwick
Science Communication 37 (5), 575-601, 2015
Self-control depletion and narrative: Testing a prediction of the TEBOTS model
BK Johnson, DR Ewoldsen, MD Slater
Media Psychology 18 (2), 196-220, 2015
Confirmation biases in selective exposure to political online information: Source bias vs. content bias
A Westerwick, BK Johnson, S Knobloch-Westerwick
Communication Monographs 84 (3), 343-364, 2017
Incentives to contribute in online collaboration: Wikipedia as collective action
BK Johnson
International Communication Association, 58th Annual Conference, Montreal …, 2008
Who’s afraid of spoilers? Need for cognition, need for affect, and narrative selection and enjoyment.
JE Rosenbaum, BK Johnson
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 5 (3), 273, 2016
Entertainment and expanding boundaries of the self: Relief from the constraints of the everyday
BK Johnson, MD Slater, NA Silver, DR Ewoldsen
Journal of Communication 66 (3), 386-408, 2016
Can sharing affect liking? Online taste performances, feedback, and subsequent media preferences
BK Johnson, B Van Der Heide
Computers in Human Behavior 46, 181-190, 2015
Click here to look clever: Self-presentation via selective sharing of music and film on social media
BK Johnson, G Ranzini
Computers in Human Behavior 82, 148-158, 2018
Motives for online friending and following: The dark side of social network site connections
JW Ouwerkerk, BK Johnson
Social Media+ Society 2 (3), 2056305116664219, 2016
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