Richard Huskey
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Neural predictors of message effectiveness during counterarguing in antidrug campaigns
R Weber, R Huskey, JM Mangus, A Westcott-Baker, BO Turner
Communication Monographs 82 (1), 4-30, 2015
622015
Brain Imaging in Communication Research: A Practical Guide to Understanding and Evaluating fMRI Studies
R Weber, JM Mangus, R Huskey
Communication Methods and Measures 9 (1-2), 5-29, 2015
532015
Bridging Media Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience: Challenges and Opportunities
R Weber, A Eden, R Huskey, M Mangus, E Falk
Journal of Media Psychology 27 (3), 146–156, 2015
412015
Does intrinsic reward motivate cognitive control? A naturalistic-fMRI study based on the synchronization theory of flow
R Huskey, B Craighead, MB Miller, R Weber
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 2018
352018
The limited capacity model of motivated mediated message processing: Looking to the future
JT Fisher, R Huskey, JR Keene, R Weber
Annals of the International Communication Association 42 (4), 291-315, 2018
282018
The limited capacity model of motivated mediated message processing: Taking stock of the past
JT Fisher, JR Keene, R Huskey, R Weber
Annals of the International Communication Association 42 (4), 270-290, 2018
232018
The persuasion network is modulated by drug-use risk and predicts anti-drug message effectiveness
R Huskey, JM Mangus, BO Turner, R Weber
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 12 (12), 1902-1915, 2017
212017
Network dynamics of attention during a naturalistic behavioral paradigm
R Weber, B Alicea, R Huskey, K Mathiak
Frontiers in human neuroscience 12, 182, 2018
192018
Extracting latent moral information from text narratives: Relevance, challenges, and solutions
R Weber, JM Mangus, R Huskey, FR Hopp, O Amir, R Swanson, ...
Communication Methods and Measures 12 (2-3), 119-139, 2018
182018
An agenda for open science in communication
T Dienlin, N Johannes, ND Bowman, PK Masur, S Engesser, AS Kümpel, ...
Journal of Communication, 2020
172020
Network neuroscience reveals distinct neuromarkers of flow during media use
R Huskey, S Wilcox, R Weber
Journal of Communication 68 (5), 872-895, 2018
152018
A Media Neuroscience Perspective
R Weber, R Huskey, B Craighead
The Routledge handbook of media use and well-being: International …, 2016
142016
When audiences become advocates: Self-induced behavior change through health message posting in social media
RL Nabi, R Huskey, SB Nicholls, L Keblusek, M Reed
Computers in Human Behavior 99, 260-267, 2019
92019
Charting a future for fMRI in communication science
BO Turner, R Huskey, R Weber
Communication Methods and Measures, 2018
92018
Video Game Addiction: What can we learn from a media neuroscience perspective?
B Craighead, R Huskey, R Weber
Argentina Journal of Behavioral Sciences 7 (3), 119-131, 2015
9*2015
The limited capacity model of motivated mediated message processing: meta-analytically summarizing two decades of research
R Huskey, S Wilcox, RB Clayton, JR Keene
Annals of the International Communication Association, 2020
6*2020
Marr’s tri-level framework integrates biological explanation across communication subfields
R Huskey, AC Bue, A Eden, C Grall, D Meshi, K Prena, R Schmälzle, ...
Journal of Communication 70 (3), 356-378, 2020
52020
Evolutionary approaches to media processes and effects
R Huskey, B Craighead, R Weber
The international encyclopedia of media effects, 1-13, 2017
52017
Beyond blobology: Using psychophysiological interaction analyses to investigate the neural basis of human communication phenomena
R Huskey
Innovative methods in media and communication research, 123-138, 2016
52016
The Extended Moral Foundations Dictionary (eMFD): Development and Applications of a Crowd-Sourced Approach to Extracting Moral Intuitions from Text
FR Hopp, JT Fisher, D Cornell, R Huskey, R Weber
Behavior Research Methods, 2020
32020
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