Jan-Philipp Stein
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Venturing into the uncanny valley of mind—The influence of mind attribution on the acceptance of human-like characters in a virtual reality setting
JP Stein, P Ohler
Cognition 160, 43-50, 2017
Every (Insta)gram counts? Applying cultivation theory to explore the effects of Instagram on young users’ body image.
JP Stein, E Krause, P Ohler
Psychology of Popular Media 10 (1), 87, 2021
Stay back, clever thing! Linking situational control and human uniqueness concerns to the aversion against autonomous technology
JP Stein, B Liebold, P Ohler
Computers in Human Behavior 95, 73-82, 2019
Smartphone zombies! Pedestrians’ distracted walking as a function of their fear of missing out
M Appel, N Krisch, JP Stein, S Weber
Journal of Environmental Psychology 63, 130-133, 2019
Quid pro quo in Web 2.0. Connecting personality traits and Facebook usage intensity to uncivil commenting intentions in public online discussions
K Koban, JP Stein, V Eckhardt, P Ohler
Computers in Human Behavior 79, 9-18, 2018
Matter over mind? How the acceptance of digital entities depends on their appearance, mental prowess, and the interaction between both
JP Stein, M Appel, A Jost, P Ohler
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 142, 102463, 2020
Mutual perceptions of Chinese and German students at a German university: Stereotypes, media influence, and evidence for a negative contact hypothesis
JP Stein, X Lu, P Ohler
Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education 49 (6), 943-963, 2019
Uncanny… but convincing? Inconsistency between a virtual agent’s facial proportions and vocal realism reduces its credibility and attractiveness, but not its persuasive success
JP Stein, P Ohler
Interacting with Computers 30 (6), 480-491, 2018
User responses to a humanoid robot observed in real life, virtual reality, 3D and 2D
M Mara, JP Stein, ME Latoschik, B Lugrin, C Schreiner, R Hostettler, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 12, 633178, 2021
Worth the effort? Comparing different youtube vlog production styles in terms of viewers’ identification, parasocial response, immersion, and enjoyment.
JP Stein, K Koban, S Joos, P Ohler
Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts, 2020
This is an insta-vention! Exploring cognitive countermeasures to reduce negative consequences of social comparisons on Instagram
S Weber, T Messingschlager, JP Stein
Media Psychology 25 (3), 411-440, 2022
How to deal with researcher harassment in the social sciences
JP Stein, M Appel
Nature Human Behaviour 5 (2), 178-180, 2021
Machtvolle Bilder und Bildmanipulationen
JP Stein, S Sehic, M Appel
Die Psychologie des Postfaktischen: Über Fake News,„Lügenpresse “, Clickbait …, 2020
Investigating meal‐concurrent media use: Social and dispositional predictors, intercultural differences, and the novel media phenomenon of “mukbang” eating broadcasts
JP Stein, J Yeo
Human Behavior and Emerging Technologies 3 (5), 956-968, 2021
Saving Face in Front of the Computer? Culture and Attributions of Human Likeness Influence Users' Experience of Automatic Facial Emotion Recognition
JP Stein, P Ohler
Frontiers in Digital Humanities 5, 18, 2018
Conjuring up the departed in virtual reality: The good, the bad, and the potentially ugly.
JP Stein
Psychology of Popular Media 10 (4), 505, 2021
Power-posing robots: The influence of a humanoid robot’s posture and size on its perceived dominance, competence, eeriness, and threat
JP Stein, P Cimander, M Appel
International Journal of Social Robotics, 1-10, 2022
Parasocial interactions with real and virtual influencers: The role of perceived similarity and human-likeness
JP Stein, P Linda Breves, N Anders
New Media & Society, 14614448221102900, 2022
Mind-reading machines: Distinct user responses to thought-detecting and emotion-detecting robots.
A Grundke, JP Stein, M Appel
Technology, Mind, and Behavior, 2022
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