Anastasia Kononova
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The use of wearable activity trackers among older adults: focus group study of tracker perceptions, motivators, and barriers in the maintenance stage of behavior change
A Kononova, L Li, K Kamp, M Bowen, RV Rikard, S Cotten, W Peng
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (4), e9832, 2019
Measuring smartphone usage and task switching with log tracking and self-reports
T Deng, S Kanthawala, J Meng, W Peng, A Kononova, Q Hao, Q Zhang, ...
Mobile Media & Communication 7 (1), 3-23, 2019
Exploring the motivations of Facebook use in Taiwan
S Alhabash, H Park, A Kononova, Y Chiang, K Wise
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 15 (6), 304-311, 2012
Why do we multitask with media? Predictors of media multitasking among Internet users in the United States and Taiwan
A Kononova, YH Chiang
Computers in Human Behavior 50, 31-41, 2015
Multitasking across borders: A cross-national study of media multitasking behaviors, its antecedents, and outcomes
A Kononova
International Journal of Communication 7, 23, 2013
Habit formation in wearable activity tracker use among older adults: qualitative study
W Peng, L Li, A Kononova, S Cotten, K Kamp, M Bowen
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 9 (1), e22488, 2021
Double-dipping effect? How combining YouTube environmental PSAs with thematically congruent advertisements in different formats affects memory and attitudes
A Kononova, S Yuan
Journal of Interactive Advertising 15 (1), 2-15, 2015
Factors associated with older adults' long-term use of wearable activity trackers
L Li, W Peng, A Kononova, M Bowen, SR Cotten
Telemedicine and e-Health 26 (6), 769-775, 2020
The role of media in the process of socialization to American politics among international students
A Kononova, S Alhabash, F Cropp
International Communication Gazette 73 (4), 302-321, 2011
Exploring the hardwired for news hypothesis: How threat proximity affects the cognitive and emotional processing of health-related print news
K Wise, P Eckler, A Kononova, J Littau
Communication Studies 60 (3), 268-287, 2009
If I choose when to switch: Heavy multitaskers remember online content better than light multitaskers when they have the freedom to multitask
A Kononova, E Joo, S Yuan
Computers in Human Behavior 65, 567-575, 2016
Screen addiction and media multitasking among American and Taiwanese users
TTC Lin, A Kononova, YH Chiang
Journal of Computer Information Systems 60 (6), 583-592, 2020
Take a break: Examining college students’ media multitasking activities and motivations during study-or work-related tasks
AG Kononova, S Yuan
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 72 (2), 183-197, 2017
Folk theorizing the quality and credibility of health apps
S Kanthawala, E Joo, A Kononova, W Peng, S Cotten
Mobile media & communication 7 (2), 175-194, 2019
Multitasking goes global: Multitasking with traditional and new electronic media and attention to media messages among college students in Kuwait, Russia, and the USA
A Kononova, T Zasorina, N Diveeva, A Kokoeva, A Chelokyan
International Communication Gazette 76 (8), 617-640, 2014
Click, click, ad: the proportion of relevant (vs. irrelevant) ads matters when advertising within paginated online content
A Kononova, W Kim, E Joo, K Lynch
International Journal of Advertising 39 (7), 1031-1058, 2020
Smartphone users’ persuasion knowledge in the context of consumer mHealth apps: qualitative study
E Joo, A Kononova, S Kanthawala, W Peng, S Cotten
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 9 (4), e16518, 2021
Screen overload: Pleasant multitasking with screen devices leads to the choice of healthful over less healthful snacks when compared with unpleasant multitasking
A Kononova, A McAlister, HJ Oh
Computers in human behavior 80, 1-11, 2018
When one medium is not enough: Media use and media multitasking among college students in Kuwait.
A Kononova, S Alhabash
Journal of Middle East Media 8 (1), 2012
Understanding older adults’ preferences for and motivations to use traditional and new ICT in light of socioemotional selectivity and selection, optimization, and compensation …
P Joshi, A Kononova, S Cotten
International Journal of Communication 14, 20, 2020
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