Allison Eden
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Defining media enjoyment as the satisfaction of intrinsic needs
R Tamborini, ND Bowman, A Eden, M Grizzard, A Organ
Journal of communication 60 (4), 758-777, 2010
How feedback boosts motivation and play in a brain-training game
C Burgers, A Eden, MD van Engelenburg, S Buningh
Computers in Human Behavior 48, 94-103, 2015
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
Media use and recreation: Media-induced recovery as a link between media exposure and well-being
L Reinecke, A Eden
The Routledge handbook of media use and well-being, 106-117, 2016
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
Media for coping during COVID-19 social distancing: Stress, anxiety, and psychological well-being
AL Eden, BK Johnson, L Reinecke, SM Grady
Frontiers in psychology 11, 577639, 2020
Gamification as a tool for engaging student learning: A field experiment with a gamified app
K Welbers, EA Konijn, C Burgers, AB De Vaate, A Eden, BC Brugman
E-learning and Digital Media 16 (2), 92-109, 2019
The influence of morality subcultures on the acceptance and appeal of violence
R Tamborini, A Eden, ND Bowman, M Grizzard, KA Lachlan
Journal of Communication 62 (1), 136-157, 2012
Perceptions of moral violations and personality traits among heroes and villains
A Eden, MB Oliver, R Tamborini, A Limperos, J Woolley
Mass Communication and Society 18 (2), 186-208, 2015
Morality predicts enjoyment but not appreciation of morally ambiguous characters
A Eden, S Daalmans, BK Johnson
Media Psychology 20 (3), 349-373, 2017
Entertainment effects: enjoyment
A Eden
The international encyclopedia of media effects, 1-13, 2017
Spontaneous hedonic reactions to social media cues
GM Van Koningsbruggen, T Hartmann, A Eden, H Veling
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (5), 334-340, 2017
Repeated exposure to narrative entertainment and the salience of moral intuitions
A Eden, R Tamborini, M Grizzard, R Lewis, R Weber, S Prabhu
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 501-520, 2014
Predicting media appeal from instinctive moral values
R Tamborini, A Eden, ND Bowman, M Grizzard, R Weber, RJ Lewis
Mass Communication and Society 16 (3), 325-346, 2013
Repeated exposure to daytime soap opera and shifts in moral judgment toward social convention
R Tamborini, R Weber, A Eden, ND Bowman, M Grizzard
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 54 (4), 621-640, 2010
Bridging media psychology and cognitive neuroscience
R Weber, A Eden, R Huskey, JM Mangus, E Falk
Journal of Media Psychology, 2015
Gender attribution in online video games
A Eden, E Maloney, ND Bowman
Journal of Media Psychology, 2010
The role of plausibility in the experience of spatial presence in virtual environments
M Hofer, T Hartmann, A Eden, R Ratan, L Hahn
Frontiers in Virtual Reality 1, 2, 2020
“Violence Is a Many-Splintered Thing “: The Importance of Realism, Justification, and Graphicness in Understanding Perceptions of and Preferences for Violent Films and Video Games
R Tamborini, R Weber, ND Bowman, A Eden, P Skalski
Projections 7 (1), 100-118, 2013
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