Frederic R. Hopp
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Social media ostracism: The effects of being excluded online
FM Schneider, B Zwillich, MJ Bindl, FR Hopp, S Reich, P Vorderer
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 385-393, 2017
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 53, 232-246, 2021
Seriously entertained: Antecedents and consequences of hedonic and eudaimonic entertainment experiences with political talk shows on TV
FS Roth, C Weinmann, FM Schneider, FR Hopp, P Vorderer
Entertainment Media and Politics, 77-97, 2016
Extracting latent moral information from text narratives: Relevance, challenges, and solutions
R Weber, JM Mangus, R Huskey, FR Hopp, O Amir, R Swanson, ...
Computational Methods for Communication Science, 39-59, 2021
Modality-specific effects of perceptual load in multimedia processing
JT Fisher, FR Hopp, R Weber
Media and Communication 7 (4), 149-165, 2019
Taking messages into the magnet: Method–theory synergy in communication neuroscience
R Weber, JT Fisher, FR Hopp, C Lonergan
Communication Monographs 85 (1), 81-102, 2018
iCoRe: The GDELT Interface for the Advancement of Communication Research
FR Hopp, J Schaffer, JT Fisher, R Weber
Computational Communication Research 1 (1), 13-44, 2019
Curving Entertainment: The Curvilinear Relationship Between Hedonic and Eudaimonic Entertainment Experiences While Watching a Political Talk Show and Its Implications for …
FS Roth, C Weinmann, FM Schneider, FR Hopp, MJ Bindl, P Vorderer
Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 2017
A Graph-Learning Approach for Detecting Moral Conflict in Movie Scripts
FR Hopp, J Fisher, R Weber
Media and Communication 8 (3), 2020
“I don’t care about politics, I just like that guy!” Affective disposition and political attributes in information processing of political talk shows
C Weinmann, FS Roth, FM Schneider, T Krämer, FR Hopp, MJ Bindl, ...
International Journal of Communication 11, 23, 2017
Reflections on extracting moral foundations from media content
FR Hopp, R Weber
Communication monographs 88 (3), 371-379, 2021
Dynamic Transactions Between News Frames and Sociopolitical Events: An Integrative, Hidden Markov Model Approach
FR Hopp, JT Fisher, R Weber
Journal of Communication 70 (3), 335-355, 2020
Moral foundations elicit shared and dissociable cortical activation modulated by political ideology
FR Hopp, O Amir, JT Fisher, S Grafton, W Sinnott-Armstrong, R Weber
Nature Human Behaviour, 1-17, 2023
Representations of Racial Minorities in Popular Movies: A Content-Analytic Synergy of Computer Vision and Network Science
M Malik, FR Hopp, R Weber
Computational Communication Research 4 (1), 2022
Does regional variation in pathogen prevalence predict the moralization of language in COVID-19 news?
M Malik, FR Hopp, Y Chen, R Weber
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 40 (5-6), 653-676, 2021
Does your self-determination fear to miss out
FR Hopp
Bachelor Thesis. University of Mannheim, 2015
First aid in the pocket: The psychosocial benefits of smartphones in self-threatening situations
FM Schneider, D Rieger, FR Hopp
Computers in Human Behavior 141, 107629, 2023
A practical introduction to network neuroscience for communication researchers
JT Fisher, FR Hopp, R Weber
Communication Methods and Measures 15 (1), 60-79, 2021
Media entertainment, flow experiences, and the synchronization of audiences
J Fisher, C Lonergan, FR Hopp, R Weber
The Oxford Handbook of Entertainment Theory, 343-362, 2021
Exposure to serial audiovisual narratives increases empathy via vicarious interactions
S Rohm, FR Hopp, E Smit
Media Psychology, 2021
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