Tilo Hartmann
Tilo Hartmann
Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam
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Gender and computer games: Exploring females’ dislikes
T Hartmann, C Klimmt
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 11 (4), 910-931, 2006
6962006
A process model of the formation of spatial presence experiences
W Wirth, T Hartmann, S Böcking, P Vorderer, C Klimmt, H Schramm, ...
Media psychology 9 (3), 493-525, 2007
6262007
Explaining the enjoyment of playing video games: the role of competition
P Vorderer, T Hartmann, C Klimmt
Proceedings of the second international conference on Entertainment …, 2003
6102003
Effectance and control as determinants of video game enjoyment
C Klimmt, T Hartmann, A Frey
Cyberpsychology & behavior 10 (6), 845-848, 2007
3062007
It's okay to shoot a character: Moral disengagement in violent video games
T Hartmann, P Vorderer
Journal of communication 60 (1), 94-119, 2010
2952010
Parasocial interactions and relationships
C Klimmt, T Hartmann, H Schramm
Psychology of entertainment, 291-313, 2006
2732006
Horton and Wohl revisited: Exploring viewers' experience of parasocial interaction
T Hartmann, C Goldhoorn
Journal of communication 61 (6), 1104-1121, 2011
2702011
Effectance, self-efficacy, and the motivation to play video games
C Klimmt, T Hartmann
Playing video games: Motives, responses, and consequences, 133-145, 2006
2702006
Elevation in response to entertainment portrayals of moral virtue
MB Oliver, T Hartmann, JK Woolley
Human Communication Research 38 (3), 360-378, 2012
2222012
The PSI-Process Scales. A new measure to assess the intensity and breadth of parasocial processes
H Schramm, T Hartmann
Communications 33 (4), 385-401, 2008
2052008
MEC spatial presence questionnaire (MEC-SPQ): Short documentation and instructions for application
P Vorderer, W Wirth, FR Gouveia, F Biocca, T Saari, F Jäncke, S Böcking, ...
Report to the European community, project presence: MEC (IST-2001-37661) 3, 5-3, 2004
1962004
Parasocial interaction and parasocial relationship: Conceptual clarification and a critical assessment of measures
JL Dibble, T Hartmann, SF Rosaen
Human Communication Research 42 (1), 21-44, 2016
1682016
The role of health anxiety in online health information search
SE Baumgartner, T Hartmann
Cyberpsychology, behavior, and social networking 14 (10), 613-618, 2011
1482011
Just a game? Unjustified virtual violence produces guilt in empathetic players
T Hartmann, E Toz, M Brandon
Media Psychology 13 (4), 339-363, 2010
1402010
Exploring the role of meaningful experiences in users' appreciation of “good movies”
MB Oliver, T Hartmann
Projections 4 (2), 128-150, 2010
1342010
Personenorientierte Medienrezeption: Ein Zwei-Ebenen-Modell parasozialer Interaktionen
T Hartmann, H Schramm, C Klimmt
Publizistik 49 (1), 25, 2004
1312004
How players manage moral concerns to make video game violence enjoyable
C Klimmt, H Schmid, A Nosper, T Hartmann, P Vorderer
Communications 31 (3), 309-328, 2006
1222006
The guilty couch potato: The role of ego depletion in reducing recovery through media use
L Reinecke, T Hartmann, A Eden
Journal of Communication 64 (4), 569-589, 2014
1212014
Influence of individual factors on presence
A Sacau, J Laarni, T Hartmann
Computers in Human Behavior 24 (5), 2255-2273, 2008
1182008
Positive parasocial relationships with drivers affect suspense in racing sport spectators
T Hartmann, D Stuke, G Daschmann
Journal of Media Psychology 20 (1), 24-34, 2008
1052008
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