Leonard Reinecke
Leonard Reinecke
Professor of Media Psychology, Department of Communication, University of Mainz
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The German version of the Perceived Stress Scale–psychometric characteristics in a representative German community sample
EM Klein, E Brähler, M Dreier, L Reinecke, KW Müller, G Schmutzer, ...
BMC psychiatry 16, 1-10, 2016
The social side of gaming: How playing online computer games creates online and offline social support
S Trepte, L Reinecke, K Juechems
Computers in Human behavior 28 (3), 832-839, 2012
Authenticity and well-being on social network sites: A two-wave longitudinal study on the effects of online authenticity and the positivity bias in SNS communication
L Reinecke, S Trepte
Computers in Human Behavior 30, 95-102, 2014
Digital stress over the life span: The effects of communication load and internet multitasking on perceived stress and psychological health impairments in a German probability …
L Reinecke, S Aufenanger, ME Beutel, M Dreier, O Quiring, B Stark, ...
Media Psychology 20 (1), 90-115, 2017
Avatar creation and video game enjoyment
S Trepte, L Reinecke
Journal of Media Psychology, 2010
“Facebocrastination”? Predictors of using Facebook for procrastination and its effects on students’ well-being
A Meier, L Reinecke, CE Meltzer
Computers in Human Behavior 64, 65-76, 2016
Computer-mediated communication, social media, and mental health: A conceptual and empirical meta-review
A Meier, L Reinecke
Communication Research 48 (8), 1182-1209, 2021
Games and recovery: The use of video and computer games to recuperate from stress and strain
L Reinecke
Journal of media psychology 21 (3), 126-142, 2009
Media enjoyment as need satisfaction: The contribution of hedonic and nonhedonic needs
R Tamborini, M Grizzard, ND Bowman, L Reinecke, RJ Lewis, A Eden
Journal of Communication 61 (6), 1025-1042, 2011
Procrastination, distress and life satisfaction across the age range–a German representative community study
ME Beutel, EM Klein, S Aufenanger, E Brähler, M Dreier, KW Müller, ...
PloS one 11 (2), e0148054, 2016
The interplay of intrinsic need satisfaction and Facebook specific motives in explaining addictive behavior on Facebook
PK Masur, L Reinecke, M Ziegele, O Quiring
Computers in Human Behavior 39, 376-386, 2014
The reciprocal effects of social network site use and the disposition for self-disclosure: A longitudinal study
S Trepte, L Reinecke
Computers in human behavior 29 (3), 1102-1112, 2013
Influence of social support received in online and offline contexts on satisfaction with social support and satisfaction with life: A longitudinal study
S Trepte, T Dienlin, L Reinecke
Media Psychology 18 (1), 74-105, 2015
Entertainment 2.0? The role of intrinsic and extrinsic need satisfaction for the enjoyment of Facebook use
L Reinecke, P Vorderer, K Knop
Journal of communication 64 (3), 417-438, 2014
Privacy online: Perspectives on privacy and self-disclosure in the social web
S Trepte, L Reinecke
Springer, 2011
Characterizing mood management as need satisfaction: The effects of intrinsic needs on selective exposure and mood repair
L Reinecke, R Tamborini, M Grizzard, R Lewis, A Eden, N David Bowman
Journal of Communication 62 (3), 437-453, 2012
The guilty couch potato: The role of ego depletion in reducing recovery through media use
L Reinecke, T Hartmann, A Eden
Journal of Communication 64 (4), 569-589, 2014
A cross-cultural perspective on the privacy calculus
S Trepte, L Reinecke, NB Ellison, O Quiring, MZ Yao, M Ziegele
Social Media+ Society 3 (1), 2056305116688035, 2017
Media entertainment and well-being—Linking hedonic and eudaimonic entertainment experience to media-induced recovery and vitality
D Rieger, L Reinecke, L Frischlich, G Bente
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 456-478, 2014
Games at work: The recreational use of computer games during working hours
L Reinecke
CyberPsychology & Behavior 12 (4), 461-465, 2009
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