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Temple Northup
Temple Northup
Professor, School of Journalism and Media Studies, San Diego State University
Verified email at sdsu.edu - Homepage
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The good, the bad, and the beautiful: Beauty ideals on the Disney and Nickelodeon channels
T Northup, CM Liebler
Journal of Children and Media 4 (3), 265-282, 2010
992010
Effects of long-term exposure to news stereotypes on implicit and explicit attitudes
F Arendt, T Northup
International Journal of Communication 9, 21, 2015
822015
Selective exposure and news media brands: Implicit and explicit attitudes as predictors of news choice
F Arendt, T Northup, L Camaj
Media Psychology 22 (3), 526-543, 2019
572019
Is Everyone a Little Bit Racist? Exploring Cultivation Using Implicit and Explicit Measures.
T Northup
Southwestern Mass Communication Journal 26 (1), 2010
332010
Truth, lies, and packaging: How food marketing creates a false sense of health
T Northup
Food Stud 3 (1), 9-18, 2014
262014
Feminism and advertising: Responses to sexual ads featuring women: How the differential influence of feminist perspectives can inform targeting strategies
H Choi, K Yoo, T Reichert, T Northup
Journal of Advertising Research 60 (2), 163-178, 2020
192020
Conceptual implicit memory in advertising research
T Northup, N Mulligan
Applied Cognitive Psychology 27 (1), 127-136, 2013
192013
Online advertisements and conceptual implicit memory: Advances in theory and methodology
T Northup, N Mulligan
Applied cognitive psychology 28 (1), 66-78, 2014
132014
Dual-screening the candidate image during presidential debates: The moderating role of Twitter and need to evaluate for the effects on candidate perceptions
L Camaj, T Northup
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 63 (1), 20-38, 2019
112019
Understanding the relationship between television use and unhealthy eating: The mediating role of fatalistic views of eating well and nutritional knowledge
T Northup
The International Journal of Communication and Health 1 (3), 10-15, 2014
112014
Exploring priming effectiveness within news stories according to media modality and valence
T Northup, FD Carpentier
Electronic Journal of Communication 23 (3), 2013
112013
Michael Jordan, Michael Vick, or Michael Who?: Activating Stereotypes in a Complex Media Environment
T Northup, F Dillman Carpentier
Howard Journal of Communications 26 (2), 132-152, 2015
102015
Examining the Relationship between Media Use and Aggression, Sexuality, and Body Image.
T Northup
Journal of Applied Research on Children 4 (1), 3, 2013
82013
Sexual ad appeals in social media: Effects and influences of cultural difference and sexual self-schema
H Choi, K Yoo, T Reichert, T Northup
International Journal of Advertising 41 (5), 910-929, 2022
72022
How health consciousness and health literacy influence evaluative responses to nutrient-content claimed messaging for an unhealthy food
H Choi, T Northup, LN Reid
Journal of Health Communication 26 (5), 350-359, 2021
72021
It’s not just if you see it, it’s how you process it: Conceptual and perceptual fluency effects for brand names
T Northup
Athens Journal of Mass Media and Communications 5, 157-172, 2019
32019
The ironic effect of covering health: conflicting news stories contribute to fatalistic views toward eating well
T Northup
International Journal of Communication and Health 12 (2), 26-34, 2017
32017
The role of image body size, race, and familiarity on subsequent evaluations of the self
T Northup
Southwestern Mass Communication Journal 28 (1), 2012
32012
Why we stopped listening to the other side: how partisan cues in news coverage undermine the deliberative foundations of democracy
F Arendt, T Northup, M Forrai, D Scheufele
Journal of Communication, jqad007, 2023
12023
Personality traits, personal motivations, and online news and social media commenting
T Northup, AD Santana, HJ Choi, R Puspita
Journal of Media and Communication Studies 14 (3), 68-78, 2022
12022
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