Kathrin Karsay
Kathrin Karsay
Assistant Professor at the University of Vienna
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Sexualizing Media Use and Self-Objectification: A Meta-Analysis
K Karsay, J Knoll, J Matthes
Psychology of Women Quarterly 42 (1), 9-28, 2018
“Looking Up and Feeling Down”. The influence of mobile social networking site use on upward social comparison, self-esteem, and well-being of adult smartphone users
D Schmuck, K Karsay, J Matthes, A Stevic
Telematics and informatics 42, 101240, 2019
“Too much to handle”: Impact of mobile social networking sites on information overload, depressive symptoms, and well-being
J Matthes, K Karsay, D Schmuck, A Stevic
Computers in Human Behavior 105, 106217, 2020
Longitudinal effects of excessive smartphone use on stress and loneliness: The moderating role of self-disclosure
K Karsay, D Schmuck, J Matthes, A Stevic
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 22 (11), 706-713, 2019
Picture-perfect lives on social media: A cross-national study on the role of media ideals in adolescent well-being
O de Lenne, L Vandenbosch, S Eggermont, K Karsay, J Trekels
Media psychology 23 (1), 52-78, 2020
A treat for the eyes. An eye-tracking study on children's attention to unhealthy and healthy food cues in media content
I Spielvogel, J Matthes, B Naderer, K Karsay
Appetite 125, 63-71, 2018
Sexually objectifying pop music videos, young women’s self-objectification, and selective exposure: A moderated mediation model
K Karsay, J Matthes
Communication Research 47 (3), 428-450, 2020
How social and mass media relate to youth’s self-sexualization: Taking a cross-national perspective on rewarded appearance ideals
J Trekels, K Karsay, S Eggermont, L Vandenbosch
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 47, 1440-1455, 2018
‘Age Matters’: A panel study investigating the influence of communicative and passive smartphone use on well-being
A Stevic, D Schmuck, J Matthes, K Karsay
Behaviour & Information Technology 40 (2), 176-190, 2021
“Weak, Sad, and Lazy Fatties”: Adolescents’ Explicit and Implicit Weight Bias Following Exposure to Weight Loss Reality TV Shows
K Karsay, D Schmuck
Media Psychology, 1-22, 2017
Adopting the objectifying gaze: Exposure to sexually objectifying music videos and subsequent gazing behavior
K Karsay, J Matthes, P Platzer, M Plinke
Media Psychology 21 (1), 27-49, 2018
I (Don’t) Respect my Body”: Investigating the Role of Mass Media Use and Self-Objectification on Adolescents’ Positive Body Image in a Cross-National Study.
K Karsay, J Trekels, S Eggermont, L Vandenbosch
Mass Communication & Society 1 (24), 57-84, 2021
This picture does not portray reality: developing and testing a disclaimer for digitally enhanced pictures on social media appropriate for Austrian tweens and teens
B Naderer, C Peter, K Karsay
Journal of Children and Media 16 (2), 149-167, 2022
Increasingly sexy? Sexuality and sexual objectification in popular music videos, 1995–2016.
K Karsay, J Matthes, L Buchsteiner, V Grosser
Psychology of popular media culture 8 (4), 346, 2019
Opt-out, abstain, unplug. A systematic review of the voluntary digital disconnection literature
LM Nassen, H Vandebosch, K Poels, K Karsay
Telematics and Informatics, 101980, 2023
Reflective smartphone disengagement: Conceptualization, measurement, and validation
J Matthes, K Karsay, M Hirsch, A Stevic, D Schmuck
Computers in Human Behavior 128, 107078, 2022
Endlessly connected: Moving forward with agentic perspectives of mobile media (non-) use
K Karsay, L Vandenbosch
Mass Communication and Society 24 (6), 779-794, 2021
Are smartphones enhancing or displacing face-to-face communication with close ties? A panel study among adults
A Stevic, D Schmuck, K Karsay, J Matthes
International Journal of Communication 15, 27, 2021
Out of control? How parents’ perceived lack of control over children’s smartphone use affects children’s self-esteem over time
D Schmuck, A Stevic, J Matthes, K Karsay
New media & society 25 (1), 199-219, 2023
Messaging, Posting, and Browsing: A Mobile Experience Sampling Study Investigating Youth’s Social Media Use, Affective Well-Being, and Loneliness
K Karsay, J Matthes, D Schmuck, S Ecklebe
Social Science Computer Review 41 (4), 1493-1513, 2023
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