Niklas Johannes
Niklas Johannes
Postdoc, Oxford Internet Institute
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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
The impact of digital technology use on adolescent well-being
T Dienlin, N Johannes
Dialogues in clinical neuroscience 22 (2), 135, 2020
Video game play is positively correlated with well-being
N Johannes, M Vuorre, AK Przybylski
Royal Society Open Science 8 (2), 202049, 2021
Hard to resist? The effect of smartphone visibility and notifications on response inhibition.
N Johannes, H Veling, T Verwijmeren, M Buijzen
Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 2018
The relationship between online vigilance and affective well-being in everyday life: Combining smartphone logging with experience sampling
N Johannes, A Meier, L Reinecke, S Ehlert, DN Setiawan, N Walasek, ...
Media Psychology 24 (5), 581-605, 2021
Using consumption and reward simulations to increase the appeal of plant-based foods
EK Papies, N Johannes, T Daneva, G Semyte, LL Kauhanen
Appetite 155, 104812, 2020
A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic
K Wang, A Goldenberg, CA Dorison, JK Miller, A Uusberg, JS Lerner, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (8), 1089-1110, 2021
Mind-wandering and mindfulness as mediators of the relationship between online vigilance and well-being
N Johannes, H Veling, J Dora, A Meier, L Reinecke, M Buijzen
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 21 (12), 761-767, 2018
Social Smartphone Apps Do Not Capture Attention Despite Their Perceived High Reward Value
N Johannes, J Dora, D Rusz
Collabra: Psychology 5 (1), 2019
Objective, subjective, and accurate reporting of social media use: No evidence that daily social media use correlates with personality traits, motivational states, or well-being
N Johannes, T Nguyen, N Weinstein, AK Przybylski
Technology, Mind, and Behavior 2 (2), 2021
A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic
Psychological Science Accelerator Self-Determination Theory Collaboration
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (22), e2111091119, 2022
Beyond inhibitory control training: Inactions and actions influence smartphone app use through changes in explicit liking
N Johannes, M Buijzen, H Veling
Journal of experimental psychology. General, 0
Time spent playing video games is unlikely to impact well-being
M Vuorre, N Johannes, K Magnusson, AK Przybylski
Royal Society Open Science 9 (7), 220411, 2022
How should we investigate variation in the relation between social media and well-being?
N Johannes, PK Masur, M Vuorre, AK Przybylski
PsyArXiv, 2021
No effect of different types of media on well-being
N Johannes, T Dienlin, H Bakhshi, AK Przybylski
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-13, 2022
Time spent playing two online shooters has no measurable effect on aggressive affect
N Johannes, M Vuorre, K Magnusson, AK Przybylski
Collabra: Psychology 8 (1), 34606, 2022
Exploring the consistency and value of humour style profiles
TR Evans, N Johannes, J Winska, A Glinksa-Newes, A van Stekelenburg, ...
Comprehensive Results in Social Psychology 4 (1), 1-24, 2020
No Evidence that Smartphone Notifications Lead to Goal-Neglect
N Johannes, H Veling, M Buijzen
PsyArXiv, 2019
Examining the generalizability of research findings from archival data
A Delios, EG Clemente, T Wu, H Tan, Y Wang, M Gordon, D Viganola, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (30), e2120377119, 2022
Three objections to a novel paradigm in social media effects research
M Vuorre, N Johannes, AK Przybylski
PsyArXiv, 2022
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