Florian Arendt
Florian Arendt
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University of Vienna
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei univie.ac.at
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Dose-dependent media priming effects of stereotypic newspaper articles on implicit and explicit stereotypes
F Arendt
Journal of Communication 63 (5), 830-851, 2013
Cultivation effects of a newspaper on reality estimates and explicit and implicit attitudes.
F Arendt
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications 22 (4), 147, 2010
Nature documentaries, connectedness to nature, and pro-environmental behavior
F Arendt, J Matthes
Environmental Communication 10 (4), 453-472, 2016
Effects of right-wing populist political advertising on implicit and explicit stereotypes
F Arendt, F Marquart, J Matthes
Journal of Media Psychology, 2015
Effects of long-term exposure to news stereotypes on implicit and explicit attitudes
F Arendt, T Northup
International Journal of Communication 9, 21, 2015
Toward a dose-response account of media priming
F Arendt
Communication Research 42 (8), 1089-1115, 2015
Association between suicide reporting in the media and suicide: systematic review and meta-analysis
T Niederkrotenthaler, M Braun, J Pirkis, B Till, S Stack, M Sinyor, US Tran, ...
Bmj 368, 2020
Abyss or shelter? On the relevance of web search engines’ search results when people google for suicide
M Haim, F Arendt, S Scherr
Health communication 32 (2), 253-258, 2017
Questionable research practices in experimental communication research: A systematic analysis from 1980 to 2013
J Matthes, F Marquart, B Naderer, F Arendt, D Schmuck, K Adam
Communication Methods and Measures 9 (4), 193-207, 2015
A newspaper’s effect on the strength of automatic associations in memory
F Arendt
Journal of Media Psychology, 2012
Effects of suicide awareness material on implicit suicide cognition: A laboratory experiment
F Arendt, B Till, T Niederkrotenthaler
Health Communication 31 (6), 718-726, 2016
Effects of exposure to self-harm on social media: Evidence from a two-wave panel study among young adults
F Arendt, S Scherr, D Romer
New Media & Society 21 (11-12), 2422-2442, 2019
Optimizing online suicide prevention: A search engine-based tailored approach
F Arendt, S Scherr
Health communication 32 (11), 1403-1408, 2017
Implicit and explicit attitudes as predictors of gatekeeping, selective exposure, and news sharing: Testing a general model of media-related selection
F Arendt, N Steindl, A Kümpel
Journal of Communication 66 (5), 717-740, 2016
News stereotypes, time, and fading priming effects
F Arendt
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 90 (2), 347-362, 2013
Suicide on TV: minimising the risk to vulnerable viewers
F Arendt, S Scherr, B Till, Y Prinzellner, K Hines, T Niederkrotenthaler
Bmj 358, j3876, 2017
Investigating harmful and helpful effects of watching season 2 of 13 Reasons Why: Results of a two-wave US panel survey
F Arendt, S Scherr, J Pasek, PE Jamieson, D Romer
Social Science & Medicine 232, 489-498, 2019
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
Consequences of politicians’ perceptions of the news media: A hostile media phenomenon approach
J Matthes, P Maurer, F Arendt
Journalism Studies 20 (3), 345-363, 2019
The role of language in suicide reporting: Investigating the influence of problematic suicide referents
F Arendt, S Scherr, T Niederkrotenthaler, B Till
Social Science & Medicine 208, 165-171, 2018
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