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The limited capacity model of mediated message processing
A Lang
Journal of communication 50 (1), 46-70, 2000
26872000
Using the limited capacity model of motivated mediated message processing to design effective cancer communication messages
A Lang
Journal of communication 56, S57-S80, 2006
7912006
Rethinking theoretical approaches to stigma: A framework integrating normative influences on stigma (FINIS)
BA Pescosolido, JK Martin, A Lang, S Olafsdottir
Social science & medicine 67 (3), 431-440, 2008
5612008
Negative video as structure: Emotion, attention, capacity, and memory
A Lang, J Newhagen, B Reeves
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 40 (4), 460-477, 1996
5371996
The effects of message valence and listener arousal on attention, memory, and facial muscular responses to radio advertisements
PD Bolls, A Lang, RF Potter
Communication research 28 (5), 627-651, 2001
5252001
Death with a story: How story impacts emotional, motivational, and physiological responses to first-person shooter video games
EF Schneider, A Lang, M Shin, SD Bradley
Human communication research 30 (3), 361-375, 2004
4972004
The effects of production pacing and arousing content on the information processing of television messages
A Lang, P Bolls, RF Potter, K Kawahara
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 43 (4), 451-475, 1999
4901999
The effects of emotional arousal and valence on television viewers’ cognitive capacity and memory
A Lang, K Dhillon, Q Dong
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 39 (3), 313-327, 1995
4811995
Involuntary attention and physiological arousal evoked by structural features and emotional content in TV commercials
A Lang
Communication Research 17 (3), 275-299, 1990
4791990
The effects of screen size and message content on attention and arousal
B Reeves, A Lang, EY Kim, D Tatar
Media psychology 1 (1), 49-67, 1999
4001999
Defining audio/video redundancy from a limited-capacity information processing perspective
A Lang
Communication Research 22 (1), 86-115, 1995
3671995
The effects of edits on arousal, attention, and memory for television messages: When an edit is an edit can an edit be too much?
A Lang, S Zhou, N Schwartz, PD Bolls, RF Potter
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 44 (1), 94-109, 2000
3592000
Packaging television news: The effects of tabloid on information processing and evaluative responses
ME Grabe, S Zhou, A Lang, PD Bolls
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 44 (4), 581-598, 2000
2902000
The limited capacity model of motivated mediated message processing
A Lang
The SAGE handbook of media processes and effects, 193-204, 2009
2662009
News content and form: Implications for memory and audience evaluations
ME Grabe, A Lang, X Zhao
Communication research 30 (4), 387-413, 2003
2612003
Making television reality: Unconscious processes in the construction of social reality
MA Shapiro, A Lang
Communication research 18 (5), 685-705, 1991
2201991
Captured by the World Wide Web: Orienting to structural and content features of computer-presented information
A Lang, J Borse, K Wise, P David
Communication Research 29 (3), 215-245, 2002
2192002
The effects of television videographics and lecture familiarity on adult cardiac orienting responses and memory
E Thorson, A Lang
Communication Research 19 (3), 346-369, 1992
2111992
The effects of related and unrelated cuts on television viewers' attention, processing capacity, and memory
A Lang, S Geiger, M Strickwerda, J Sumner
Communication Research 20 (1), 4-29, 1993
2031993
Something for nothing: Is visual encoding automatic?
A Lang, RF Potter, PD Bolls
Media Psychology 1 (2), 145-163, 1999
1931999
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