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Desirée Schmuck
Desirée Schmuck
Tenure-track Assistant Professor at KU Leuven
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Consumers' green involvement and the persuasive effects of emotional versus functional ads
J Matthes, A Wonneberger, D Schmuck
Journal of Business Research 67 (9), 1885-1893, 2014
2472014
Misleading consumers with green advertising? An affect–reason–involvement account of greenwashing effects in environmental advertising
D Schmuck, J Matthes, B Naderer
Journal of Advertising 47 (2), 127-145, 2018
1942018
The effects of anti-immigrant right-wing populist ads on implicit and explicit attitudes: A moderated mediation model
J Matthes, D Schmuck
Communication Research 44 (4), 556-581, 2017
1522017
What drives interaction in political actors’ Facebook posts? Profile and content predictors of user engagement and political actors’ reactions
R Heiss, D Schmuck, J Matthes
Information, communication & society 22 (10), 1497-1513, 2019
1432019
It’s us against them: A comparative experiment on the effects of populist messages communicated via social media
M Hameleers, D Schmuck
Information, Communication & Society 20 (9), 1425-1444, 2017
1392017
How anti-immigrant right-wing populist advertisements affect young voters: Symbolic threats, economic threats and the moderating role of education
D Schmuck, J Matthes
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 41 (10), 1577-1599, 2015
1002015
“Looking Up and Feeling Down”. The influence of mobile social networking site use on upward social comparison, self-esteem, and well-being of adult smartphone users
D Schmuck, K Karsay, J Matthes, A Stevic
Telematics and informatics 42, 101240, 2019
962019
Effects of economic and symbolic threat appeals in right-wing populist advertising on anti-immigrant attitudes: The impact of textual and visual appeals
D Schmuck, J Matthes
Political Communication 34 (4), 607-626, 2017
952017
“Muslims are not terrorists”: Islamic State coverage, journalistic differentiation between terrorism and Islam, fear reactions, and attitudes toward Muslims
C Von Sikorski, D Schmuck, J Matthes, A Binder
Mass Communication and Society 20 (6), 825-848, 2017
922017
“Too much to handle”: Impact of mobile social networking sites on information overload, depressive symptoms, and well-being
J Matthes, K Karsay, D Schmuck, A Stevic
Computers in Human Behavior 105, 106217, 2020
902020
The effects of environmental brand attributes and nature imagery in green advertising
D Schmuck, J Matthes, B Naderer, M Beaufort
Environmental Communication 12 (3), 414-429, 2018
662018
Start spreading the news: A comparative experiment on the effects of populist communication on political engagement in sixteen European countries
M Hameleers, L Bos, N Fawzi, C Reinemann, I Andreadis, N Corbu, ...
The International Journal of Press/Politics 23 (4), 517-538, 2018
652018
The effects of populism as a social identity frame on persuasion and mobilisation: Evidence from a 15‐country experiment
L Bos, C Schemer, N Corbu, M Hameleers, I Andreadis, A Schulz, ...
European Journal of Political Research 59 (1), 3-24, 2020
612020
Longitudinal effects of excessive smartphone use on stress and loneliness: The moderating role of self-disclosure
K Karsay, D Schmuck, J Matthes, A Stevic
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 22 (11), 706-713, 2019
542019
Negative stereotypical portrayals of Muslims in right-wing populist campaigns: Perceived discrimination, social identity threats, and hostility among young Muslim adults
D Schmuck, J Matthes, FH Paul
Journal of Communication 67 (4), 610-634, 2017
492017
Questionable research practices in experimental communication research: A systematic analysis from 1980 to 2013
J Matthes, F Marquart, B Naderer, F Arendt, D Schmuck, K Adam
Communication methods and measures 9 (4), 193-207, 2015
482015
Closer to the people: A comparative content analysis of populist communication on social networking sites in pre-and post-election periods
D Schmuck, M Hameleers
Information, Communication & Society 23 (10), 1531-1548, 2020
382020
Does digital detox work? Exploring the role of digital detox applications for problematic smartphone use and well-being of young adults using multigroup analysis
D Schmuck
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 23 (8), 526-532, 2020
342020
Antecedents of strategic game framing in political news coverage
D Schmuck, R Heiss, J Matthes, S Engesser, F Esser
Journalism 18 (8), 937-955, 2017
332017
Terror, terror everywhere? How terrorism news shape support for anti‐Muslim policies as a function of perceived threat severity and controllability
J Matthes, D Schmuck, C von Sikorski
Political Psychology 40 (5), 935-951, 2019
322019
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