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Michael Scharkow
Michael Scharkow
Professor, Department of Communication, University of Mainz
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei uni-mainz.de
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The Relative Trustworthiness of Inferential Tests of the Indirect Effect in Statistical Mediation Analysis: Does Method Really Matter?
AF Hayes, M Scharkow
Psychological Science 24 (10), 1918-1927, 2013
18842013
Problematic computer game use among adolescents, younger and older adults
R Festl, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Addiction 108 (3), 592–599, 2013
5472013
The value of big data in digital media research
M Mahrt, M Scharkow
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 57 (1), 20-33, 2013
3292013
The accuracy of self-reported internet use—A validation study using client log data
M Scharkow
Communication Methods and Measures 10 (1), 13-27, 2016
2812016
The More You Play, The More Aggressive You Become A Long-Term Experimental Study of Cumulative Violent Video Game Effects on Hostile Expectations and Aggressive Behavior
Y Hassan, L Bègue, M Scharkow, BJ Bushman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 49 (2), 224-227, 2013
2362013
Press CRTT to measure aggressive behavior: the unstandardized use of the competitive reaction time task in aggression research.
M Elson, MR Mohseni, J Breuer, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Psychological assessment 26 (2), 419, 2014
1832014
Measuring the public agenda using search engine queries
M Scharkow, J Vogelgesang
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 23 (1), 104-113, 2011
1812011
Beyond the “core-gamer”: Genre preferences and gratifications in computer games
M Scharkow, R Festl, J Vogelgesang, T Quandt
Computers in Human Behavior 44, 293-298, 2015
134*2015
Thematic content analysis using supervised machine learning: An empirical evaluation using German online news
M Scharkow
Quality & Quantity 47 (2), 761-773, 2013
1342013
Longitudinal patterns of problematic computer game use among adolescents and adults—A 2‐year panel study
M Scharkow, R Festl, T Quandt
Addiction 109 (11), 1910-1917, 2014
1242014
Peer influence, internet use and cyberbullying: A comparison of different context effects among German adolescents
R Festl, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Journal of Children and Media 7 (4), 446-462, 2013
1192013
How social network sites and other online intermediaries increase exposure to news
M Scharkow, F Mangold, S Stier, J Breuer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (6), 2761-2763, 2020
972020
Sore losers? A reexamination of the frustration–aggression hypothesis for colocated video game play.
J Breuer, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 4 (2), 126, 2015
94*2015
Disclosure management on social network sites: Individual privacy perceptions and user-directed privacy strategies
PK Masur, M Scharkow
Social Media+ Society 2 (1), 2056305116634368, 2016
832016
The individual or the group: A multilevel analysis of cyberbullying in school classes
R Festl, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Human Communication Research 41 (4), 535-556, 2015
832015
How measurement error in content analysis and self-reported media use leads to minimal media effect findings in linkage analyses: A simulation study
M Scharkow, M Bachl
Political Communication 34 (3), 323-343, 2017
752017
Automatische Inhaltsanalyse und maschinelles Lernen
M Scharkow
Universität der Künste Berlin, 2011
722011
The reliability and temporal stability of self-reported media exposure: A meta-analysis
M Scharkow
Communication Methods and Measures 13 (3), 198-211, 2019
592019
The privacy calculus contextualized: The influence of affordances
S Trepte, M Scharkow, T Dienlin
Computers in Human Behavior 104, 106115, 2020
582020
Longitudinal patterns of involvement in cyberbullying: Results from a latent transition analysis
R Festl, J Vogelgesang, M Scharkow, T Quandt
Computers in Human Behavior 66, 7-15, 2017
502017
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