Diana Rieger
Diana Rieger
Department of Media and Communication, LMU Munich
Verified email at ifkw.lmu.de - Homepage
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Der mediatisierte Lebenswandel - Permanently online, permanently connected
P Vorderer, C Klimmt, D Rieger, E Baumann, D Hefner, K Knop, ...
Publizistik 60 (3), 259-276, 2015
Media entertainment and well-being—Linking hedonic and eudaimonic entertainment experience to media-induced recovery and vitality
D Rieger, L Reinecke, L Frischlich, G Bente
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 456-478, 2014
Propaganda 2.0: Psychological effects of right-wing and Islamic extremist internet videos
D Rieger, L Frischlich, G Bente
The winner takes it all: The effect of in-game success and need satisfaction on mood repair and enjoyment
D Rieger, T Wulf, J Kneer, L Frischlich, G Bente
Computers in Human Behavior 39, 281-286, 2014
Self-transcendent media experiences: Taking meaningful media to a higher level
MB Oliver, AA Raney, MD Slater, M Appel, T Hartmann, A Bartsch, ...
Journal of Communication 68 (2), 380-389, 2018
Appreciation in the face of death: Meaningful films buffer against death-related anxiety
D Rieger, L Frischlich, F Högden, R Kauf, K Schramm, E Tappe
Journal of Communication 65 (2), 351-372, 2015
Awareness of risk factors for digital game addiction: interviewing players and counselors
J Kneer, D Rieger, JD Ivory, C Ferguson
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 12 (5), 585-599, 2014
Eating ghosts: The underlying mechanisms of mood repair via interactive and noninteractive media.
D Rieger, L Frischlich, T Wulf, G Bente, J Kneer
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 4 (2), 138, 2015
The permanently online and permanently connected mind. Mapping the cognitive structures behind mobile Internet use
C Klimmt, D Hefner, L Reinecke, D Rieger, P Vorderer
Permanently online, permanently connected. Living and communication in a …, 2018
Hate beneath the counter speech? A qualitative content analysis of user comments on YouTube related to counter speech videos
J Ernst, JB Schmitt, D Rieger, AK Beier, P Vorderer, G Bente, HJ Roth
Journal for Deradicalization, 1-49, 2017
Fast and not furious? Cognitive dissonance reduction in smokers.
J Kneer, S Glock, D Rieger
Social Psychology 43, 81-91, 2012
The memory remains: How heavy metal fans buffer against the fear of death
J Kneer, D Rieger
Psychology of Popular Media Culture 5 (3), 258-272, 2016
Counter-messages as prevention or promotion of extremism?! The potential role of YouTube recommendation algorithms
JB Schmitt, D Rieger, O Rutkowski, J Ernst
Journal of Communication, 2018
Permanently online and permanently connected: Development and validation of the Online Vigilance Scale
L Reinecke, C Klimmt, A Meier, S Reich, D Hefner, K Knop-Huelss, ...
PloS one 13 (10), e0205384, 2018
Mobile recovery? The impact of smartphone use on recovery experiences in waiting situations
D Rieger, D Hefner, P Vorderer
Mobile Media & Communication 5 (2), 161-177, 2017
Propaganda in an insecure, unstructured world: How psychological uncertainty and authoritarian attitudes shape the evaluation of right-wing extremist internet propaganda
D Rieger, L Frischlich, G Bente
Journal of Deradicalization, 203-229, 2017
Reintegrating the ad
D Rieger, F Bartz, G Bente
Journal of Media Psychology, 2015
Problematic game play: The diagnostic value of playing motives, passion, and playing time in men
J Kneer, D Rieger
Behavioral Sciences 5 (2), 203-213, 2015
Meet Joe Black? The effects of mortality salience and similarity on the desire to date in-group versus out-group members online
L Frischlich, D Rieger, T Dratsch, G Bente
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 32 (4), 509-528, 2015
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
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