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
1802014
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
1332014
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, 2015
1202015
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
1132014
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
922014
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
842015
“Looking the part” and “staying true”: Balancing impression management on Facebook.
JE Rosenbaum, BK Johnson, PA Stepman, KCM Nuijten
Social networking and impression management: Self-presentation in the …, 2013
72*2013
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
662017
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
582013
Spoiler alert: Consequences of narrative spoilers for dimensions of enjoyment, appreciation, and transportation
BK Johnson, JE Rosenbaum
Communication Research 42 (8), 1068-1088, 2015
532015
Morality predicts enjoyment but not appreciation of morally ambiguous characters
A Eden, S Daalmans, BK Johnson
Media Psychology 20 (3), 349-373, 2017
522017
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
482013
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
442015
An agenda for open science in communication
T Dienlin, N Johannes, ND Bowman, PK Masur, S Engesser, AS Kümpel, ...
Journal of Communication 71 (1), 1-26, 2021
422021
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
422018
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
422015
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
372016
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
322016
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
302016
When misery avoids company: Selective social comparisons to photographic online profiles
BK Johnson, S Knobloch-Westerwick
Human Communication Research 43 (1), 54-75, 2017
272017
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