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Glenn Leshner
Glenn Leshner
Professor of Journalism, University of Oklahoma
Verified email at ou.edu
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The extended iSelf: The impact of iPhone separation on cognition, emotion, and physiology
RB Clayton, G Leshner, A Almond
Journal of computer-mediated communication 20 (2), 119-135, 2015
6072015
Political knowledge and the campaign media of 1992
SH Chaffee, X Zhao, G Leshner
Communication Research 21 (3), 305-324, 1994
4281994
Scare'em or disgust'em: The effects of graphic health promotion messages
G Leshner, P Bolls, E Thomas
Health communication 24 (5), 447-458, 2009
2112009
Get in the game: The effects of game-product congruity and product placement proximity on game players’ processing of brands embedded in advergames
S Peters, G Leshner
Journal of Advertising 42 (2-3), 113-130, 2013
2032013
Experimental methodology in journalism and mass communication research
E Thorson, R Wicks, G Leshner
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 89 (1), 112-124, 2012
1712012
The role of narrative and other-referencing in attenuating psychological reactance to diabetes self-care messages
L Gardner, G Leshner
Health communication 31 (6), 738-751, 2016
1342016
Motivated processing of fear appeal and disgust images in televised anti-tobacco ads
G Leshner, P Bolls, K Wise
Journal of Media Psychology, 2011
1292011
Technology and Roles: A Tale of Two TVs.
C Nass
Journal of Communication 46 (2), 121-28, 1996
1221996
When a fear appeal isn't just a fear appeal: The effects of graphic anti-tobacco messages
G Leshner, F Vultee, PD Bolls, J Moore
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 54 (3), 485-507, 2010
1152010
Who fights, who flees? An integration of the LC4MP and psychological reactance theory
RB Clayton, A Lang, G Leshner, BL Quick
Media Psychology 22 (4), 545-571, 2019
952019
Using TV news for political information during an off-year election: Effects on political knowledge and cynicism
G Leshner, ML McKean
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 74 (1), 69-83, 1997
911997
Discard the smoking cues—Keep the disgust: An investigation of tobacco smokers’ motivated processing of anti-tobacco commercials
RB Clayton, G Leshner, PD Bolls, E Thorson
Health Communication 32 (11), 1319-1330, 2017
702017
Overreporting voting: Campaign media, public mood, and the vote
G Leshner, E Thorson
Political communication 17 (3), 263-278, 2000
702000
A meta-analysis of political advertising
WL Benoit, GM Leshner, S Chattopadhyay
Human Communication, 2007
672007
Third-person effects of idealized body image in magazine advertisements
YY Choi, G Leshner, J Choi
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (2), 147-164, 2008
582008
The effects of frame, appeal, and outcome extremity of antismoking messages on cognitive processing
G Leshner, IH Cheng
Health communication 24 (3), 219-227, 2009
572009
How viewers process live, breaking, and emotional television news
A Miller, G Leshner
Media Psychology 10 (1), 23-40, 2007
572007
Individual and social determinants of obesity in strategic health messages: Interaction with political ideology
R Young, A Hinnant, G Leshner
Health communication 31 (7), 903-910, 2016
542016
Countering craving with disgust images: Examining nicotine withdrawn smokers’ motivated message processing of anti-tobacco public service announcements
RB Clayton, G Leshner, RL Tomko, TJ Trull, TM Piasecki
Journal of Health Communication 22 (3), 254-261, 2017
512017
Assessing the credibility of computer-assisted reporting
J Mayo, G Leshner
Newspaper Research Journal 21 (4), 68-82, 2000
452000
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