Matthew A. Lapierre
Matthew A. Lapierre
Associate Professor of Communication, University of Arizona
Verified email at email.arizona.edu - Homepage
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Reconsidering advertising literacy as a defense against advertising effects
E Rozendaal, MA Lapierre, EA Van Reijmersdal, M Buijzen
Media psychology 14 (4), 333-354, 2011
4032011
Influence of licensed spokescharacters and health cues on children's ratings of cereal taste
MA Lapierre, SE Vaala, DL Linebarger
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 165 (3), 229-234, 2011
1772011
Background television in the homes of US children
MA Lapierre, JT Piotrowski, DL Linebarger
Pediatrics 130 (5), 839-846, 2012
1442012
Investigating correlates of self-regulation in early childhood with a representative sample of English-speaking American families
JT Piotrowski, MA Lapierre, DL Linebarger
Journal of child and family studies 22 (3), 423-436, 2013
1342013
Associations between parenting, media use, cumulative risk, and children's executive functioning
DL Linebarger, R Barr, MA Lapierre, JT Piotrowski
Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics 35 (6), 367-377, 2014
1222014
The effect of advertising on children and adolescents
MA Lapierre, F Fleming-Milici, E Rozendaal, AR McAlister, J Castonguay
Pediatrics 140 (Supplement 2), S152-S156, 2017
562017
The home literacy environment: Exploring how media and parent–child interactions are associated with children's language production
KG Liebeskind, JT Piotrowski, MA Lapierre, DL Linebarger
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy 14 (4), 482-509, 2014
542014
Development and persuasion understanding: Predicting knowledge of persuasion/selling intent from children's theory of mind
MA Lapierre
Journal of Communication 65 (3), 423-442, 2015
502015
Should It Stay or Should It Go Now? Smartphones and Relational Health.
MA Lapierre, MN Lewis
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 7 (3), 384-398, 2016
422016
Short-term Longitudinal Relationships between Smartphone Use/Dependency and Psychological Well-Being among Late Adolescents
MA Lapierre, P Zhao, BE Custer
Journal of Adolescent Health 65 (5), 607-612, 2019
402019
Child-directed and nutrition-focused marketing cues on food packaging: links to nutritional content
MA Lapierre, AM Brown, HV Houtzer, TJ Thomas
Public Health Nutrition 20 (5), 765-773, 2017
192017
Advertising Literacy and Executive Function: Testing Their Influence on Children’s Consumer Behavior
MA Lapierre
Media Psychology 22 (1), 39-59, 2017
172017
Smartphones and loneliness in love: Testing links between smartphone engagement, loneliness, and relational health.
MA Lapierre
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 9 (2), 125-134, 2020
132020
Assessing the relationship between pediatric media guidance and media use in American families
MA Lapierre, JT Piotrowski, DL Linebarger
Clinical pediatrics 53 (12), 1166-1173, 2014
122014
Learning to Love Guns? Gun-Based Gameplay’s Links to Gun Attitudes.
MA Lapierre, KM Farrar
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 7 (3), 216-230, 2016
112016
Ready, Aim, Fire! Violent Video Game Play and Gun Controller Use: Effects on Behavioral Aggression and Social Norms Concerning Violence
KM Farrar, MA Lapierre, R McGloin, J Fishlock
Communication Studies 68 (4), 369-384, 2017
102017
Emotion regulation and young children’s consumer behavior
MA Lapierre
Young Consumers 17 (2), 168-182, 2016
102016
Development and persuasion processing: An investigation of children's advertising susceptibility and understanding
MA Lapierre
University of Pennsylvania, 2013
92013
A cross-national study examining the role of executive function and emotion regulation in the relationship between children’s television exposure and consumer behavior
MA Lapierre, E Rozendaal
Journal of youth and adolescence 48 (10), 1980-2004, 2019
82019
Cross-national differences in consumer socialization, development, and behavior: a comparison of children in the United States and the Netherlands
MA Lapierre, E Rozendaal
Journal of Children and Media 12 (4), 388-405, 2018
82018
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