Annabell Halfmann
Annabell Halfmann
Research Associate, Institute of Media and Communication Studies, University of Mannheim
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Permanently on Call: The Effects of Social Pressure on Smartphone Users’ Self-Control, Need Satisfaction, and Well-Being
A Halfmann, D Rieger
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 24 (4), 165-181, 2019
Drug, demon, or donut? Theorizing the relationship between social media use, digital well-being and digital disconnection
MMPV Abeele, A Halfmann, EWJ Lee
Current Opinion in Psychology 45, 101295, 2022
How and when do mobile media demands impact well-being? Explicating the Integrative Model of Mobile Media Use and Need Experiences (IM3UNE)
FM Schneider, S Lutz, A Halfmann, A Meier, L Reinecke
Mobile Media & Communication 10 (2), 251-271, 2022
Binge-watching as case of escapist entertainment use
A Halfmann, L Reinecke
The oxford handbook of entertainment theory, 181-203, 2021
Why do we entertain ourselves with media narratives? A theory of resonance perspective on entertainment experiences
P Vorderer, A Halfmann
Annals of the International Communication Association 43 (2), 79-96, 2019
Too much or too little messaging? Situational determinants of guilt about mobile messaging
A Halfmann, A Meier, L Reinecke
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 26 (2), 72-90, 2021
Digging deeper into the reasons for self-control failure: Both intrinsic and extrinsic motivations to use mobile communication shape self-control processes
A Halfmann
Mass Communication and Society 24 (6), 843-866, 2021
Trait mindfulness and problematic smartphone use
B Owen, B Heisterkamp, A Halfmann, P Vorderer
Nova Science Publishers, 2018
Moving closer to the action: How viewers’ experiences of eyewitness videos in TV news influence the trustworthiness of the reports
A Halfmann, H Dech, J Riemann, L Schlenker, H Wessler
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (2), 367-384, 2019
POPC and the good life: A salutogenic take on being permanently online, permanently connected
FM Schneider, A Halfmann, P Vorderer
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019
Backlash effects in online discussions: effects of gender and counter-stereotypical communication styles on perceived persuasiveness and likeability
JR Winkler, A Halfmann, R Freudenthaler
66th annual conference of the international communication association, 2017
Integrated Model of Media Enjoyment
A Halfmann, P Vorderer
The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology, 1-5, 2020
Digitales Wohlbefinden und Salutogenese [Digital Well-Being and Salutogenesis]
FM Schneider, A Halfmann
SocArXiv, 2019
A Salutogenic Take on Being Permanently Online, Permanently Connected
FM Schneider, A Halfmann, P Vorderer
The Routledge Handbook of Positive Communication: Contributions of an …, 2019
Schneider, FM, Halfmann, A., & Vorderer, P.(in press). POPC and the good life. A salutogenic take on being permanently online, permanently connected. In JA Muñiz Velázquez & C …
FM Schneider
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