Dr. Dorothée Hefner

Vitae

  • Born in 1980 in Gießen
  • 2000-2005 Media Management studies at the Department of Journalism and Communication Research with a minor in Psychology
  • 2004 studies at the Université Stendhal III in Grenoble, France
  • During the Media Management studies internships at the State Opera in Hannover (PR department), at the Society of Consumers' Research (department of life style research) and at the broadcasting station arte (PR department)
  • 2003-2004 Student Assistant
  • 2006 Junior Account Manager at diffferent (strategy agency for brands and communication)
  • Since July 2006 Research Assistant at the Deparment of Journalism and Communication Research
  • February 2012 to January 2015 Research Assistent at the University of Mannheim (Seminar for Media and Communication Studies)
  • since February 2015 Research Assistant at the Department of Journalism and Communication Research

Major teaching and research interests

  • Interpersonal communication on (political) media content
  • Permanently online/permanently connected: Phenomenon, determinants and consequences
  • (Digital) media literacy
  • Methods of empirical social research
  • Knowledge on environment, attitudes towards environment, environment behavior and communication

Activities

  • Since 2013 member of the „Young Scholars Network on Media Use and Well-Being“ promoted by the German Science Foundation (initiated by Junior Professor Dr. Leonard Reinecke)
  • Working in the EU project FUGA: Measuring the human experience of media enjoyment (2006-2009)
  • Member of the International Communication Association (ICA)
  • Member of the German Society of Mass Communication
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the "Journal of Media Psychology"
  • Ad hoc reviewer for Media Psychology, Journal of Communication, Communication Methods and Measures, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, Publizistik and Public Understanding of Science

Publications

in press

Hefner, D., Knop, K. & Vorderer, P. (in press). “I wanna be in the loop!” – The role of Fear of Missing Out (FoMO) for the quantity and quality of young adolescents’ mobile phone use. In S. Baumgartner, R. Kühne, T. Koch & M. Hofer (Eds.), Youth and media. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Sommer, D. & Hefner, D. (in press). Von der (Un)Möglichkeit, Medienverweise in Alltagsgesprächen zu beobachten - Kepplinger und Martin (1986) revisited [About the (im)possibility to observe media references in small talk - Kepplinger and Martin (1986) revisited]. In J. Vogelgesang, J. Matthes, C. Schieb & T. Quandt (Eds.), Beobachtungsverfahren in der Kommunikationswissenschaft [Observation methods in mass communication]. Cologne: von Halem.

2018

Hefner, D., Knop, K. & Klimmt, C. (2018). Being mindfully connected – Responding to the challenges of adolescents living in a POPC world. In P. Vorderer, D. Hefner, L. Reinecke & C. Klimmt (Eds.), Permanently online, permanently connected. Living and communicating in a POPC world (pp. 176-187). New York: Routledge.

Hefner, D., Rinke, E. & Schneider, F. (2018). The POPC citizen: Political information in the fourth age of political communication. In P. Vorderer, D. Hefner, L. Reinecke & C. Klimmt (Eds.), Permanently online, permanently connected. Living and communicating in a POPC world (pp. 199-207). New York, NY: Routledge.

Klimmt, C., Hefner, D., Reinecke, L., Rieger, D. & Vorderer, P. (2018). The permanently online and permanently connected mind: Mapping the cognitive structures behind mobile internet use. In P. Vorderer, D. Hefner, L. Reinecke & C. Klimmt (Eds.), Permanently online, permanently connected. Living and communicating in a POPC world (pp. 18-28). New York: Routledge.

Vorderer, P., Hefner, D., Reinecke, L. & Klimmt, C. (Eds.). (2018). Permanently online, permanently connected. Living and communicating in a POPC world. New York: Routledge.

Vorderer, P., Hefner, D., Reinecke, L. & Klimmt, C. (2018). Permanently online, permanently connected. A new paradigm in communication research? In P. Vorderer, D. Hefner, L. Reinecke & C. Klimmt (Eds.), Permanently online, permanently connected. Living and communicating in a POPC world (pp. 3-9). New York: Routledge.

2017

Rieger, D., Hefner, D. & Vorderer, P. (2017ss). Mobile recovery? – The impact of smartphone usage on recovery experiences in waiting situations. Mobile Media & Communication, Advance Online Publication, 1-17.

2016

Geber, S., Scherer, H. & Hefner, D. (2016). Social capital in media societies: The impact of media use and media structures on social capital. International Communication Gazette, 78(6), 493–513. doi:10.1177/1748048516640211

Hefner, D. & Vorderer, P. (2016). Digital stress: Permanent connectedness and multitasking. In L. Reinecke & M.-B. Oliver (Eds.), Handbook of media use and well-being (pp. 237-249). New York, NY: Routledge.

2015

Knop, K., Hefner, D., Schmitt, S. & Vorderer, P. (2015). Mediatisierung Mobil. Handy- und mobile Internetnutzung von Kindern und Jugendlichen. Schriftenreihe Medienforschung der Landesanstalt für Medien NRW, Band 77 [Mobile mediatization. Cellphone and mobile internet use of children and adolescents. Monograph Series Media Research of the Federal Institute for the Media Northrhine Westfalia, Vol. 77]. Leipzig: Vistas.

Sowka, A., Klimmt, C., Hefner, D., Mergel, F. & Possler, D. (2015). Die Messung von Medienkompetenz. Ein Testverfahren für die Dimension „Medienkritikfähigkeit“ und die Zielgruppe „Jugendliche“ [Measuring media literacy. An empirical test instrument for critical appraisal skills regarding media use and the target group of adolescents]. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 63(1), 62-82.

Vorderer, P., Klimmt, C., Rieger, D., Baumann, E., Hefner, D., Knop, K., Krömer, N., Mata, J., von Pape, T., Quandt, T., Reich, S., Reinecke, L., Trepte, S., Sonnentag, S. & Wessler, H. (2015). Der mediatisierte Lebenswandel: Permanently Online, Permanently Connected (Essay) [The mediatized way of life: Permanently Online, Permanently Connected (Essay)]. Publizistik – Vierteljahreshefte für Kommunikationsforschung, 60(3), 259-276.


2013

Hefner, D. (2013). Implizite Methoden in der Kommunikationswissenschaft [Implicit methods in mass communication]. In W. Möhring & D. Schlütz (Eds.), Handbuch standardisierte Erhebungsmethoden in der Kommunikationswissenschaft [Handbook of standardized survey methods in mass communication] (pp. 249-266). Heidelberg: Springer VS.

Hefner, D. (2013). „Wie kriegen wir sie ins Boot?“ – Eine Typologie zur Entwicklung von
Kommunikationsstrategien zur Förderung umweltschützenden Verhaltens ["How do we get them on board?" - A typology on the development of communication strategies for promoting a behavior of environmental protection]. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 61(3), 387-405.

Scherer, H., Hefner, D. & Weisgerber, T. (2013). Alte Theorie - neue Werte. Nachrichtenfaktoren in der Blog-Kommunikation [Old theory - new values. News factors in blog communication]. In O. Jandura, A. Fahr & H.-B. Brosius (Eds.), Theorieanpassung in der digitalen Medienwelt [Theory adaption in the digital media world] (pp. 225-239). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Sowka, A., Hefner, D., & Klimmt, C. (2013). Die standardisierte Messung komplexer Konzepte in der Kommunikationswissenschaft: Probleme der Normativität und Generalisierbarkeit am Beispiel von „Medienkompetenz“ [Standardized measurement of complex conceptions in communication sciences: Problems of normativitiy and generalizability using the example of „media literacy“]. In T. Naab, D. Schlütz, W. Möhring, & J. Matthes (Eds.), Standardisierung und Flexibilisierung als Herausforderungen der kommunikations- und publizistikwissenschaftlichen Forschung [Standardization and flexibilization as a challenge in communication and journalism research] (Methoden und Forschungslogik der Kommunikationswissenschaft [Methods and research logic of communication sciences], Vol. 9, pp. 55-79). Cologne: von Halem.

2012

Hefner, D. (2012). Alltagsgespräche über Nachrichten. Medienrezeption, politische Expertise und die wissensbildende Qualität von Anschlusskommunikation [Small talk about news. Media reception, political expertise and the quality of creating knowledge in reflective communication]. Series Reception Research, Vol. 24, Edition Reinhard Fischer. Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Hefner, D. & Klimmt, C. (2012). Identifikation mit Computerspiel-Charakteren: Wesen und Funktion [Identification with computer game characters: Essence and function]. In L. Reinecke & S. Trepte (Eds.), Unterhaltung in neuen Medien: Perspektiven zur Rezeption und Wirkung von Online-Medien und interaktiven Unterhaltungsformaten [Entertainment in new media: Perspectives on reception and effects of online media and interactive entertainment formats] (pp. 48-64). Cologne: von Halem.

2011

Hefner, D., Rothmund, T., Klimmt, C. & Gollwitzer, M. (2011). Implicit measures and media effects research: Challenges and opportunities. Communication Methods and Measures, 5(3), 181-202.

2010

Hefner, D. & Klimmt, C. (2010). Politische Kommunikation in Computerspielen: Beiläufige und intendierte Wirkungen [Political communication in computer games: Incidental and intended effects]. In C. Schemer, W. Wirth & C. Wünsch (Eds.), Politische Kommunikation: Wahrnehmung, Verarbeitung, Wirkung [Political communication: Perception, processing, effects] (S. 97-116). Baden-Baden: Nomos.

Klimmt, C., Hefner, D., Vorderer, P., Roth, C. & Blake, C. (2010). Identification with video game characters as automatic shift of self-perceptions. Media Psychology, 13 (4), 323-338.

2009

Hefner, D. (2009). Serious Games – Praxis, Wirkung und Wirksamkeit [Serious games - Practice, effect and effectiveness]. In H.-J. Ulbrich & B. Hoffmann (Eds.), "Geteilter Bildschirm – getrennte Welten?" Konzepte für Pädagogik und Bildung. Schriften zur Medienpädagogik ["Split screen - separate worlds?" Concepts for pedagogics and education. Writings on media pedagogics] (pp. 133-144). Bielefeld: GMK.

Klimmt, C., Hefner, D. & Vorderer, P. (2009). The video game experience as ‘true’ identification: A theory of enjoyable alterations of players' self-perception. Communication Theory, 19 (4), 351-373.

Klimmt, C., Blake, C., Hefner, D., Vorderer, P. & Roth, C. (2009). Player performance, satisfaction, and video game enjoyment. In S. Natkin & J. Dupire (Eds.), Entertaiment Computing: Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Entertainment Computing (ICEC 2009) (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5709, pp. 1-12). Berlin: Springer.

2007

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Daschmann, G. (2007). Typisch Türke? Die Folgen der Nationalitätsnennung für die Bewertung von Akteuren in der Nachrichtenrezeption [Typical Turk? The consequences of mentioning nationality for the evaluation of an actor in news reception]. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft, 55 (4), 575-594.

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Vorderer, P. (2007). Identification with the player character as determinant of video game enjoyment. In L. Ma, R. Nakatsu & M. Rauterberg (Eds.), International Conference on Entertainment Computing 2007 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science 4740, pp. 39–48). Berlin: Springer.

Papers

2017

Reich, S., Reinecke, L., Hefner, D., Winkler, J. R., Hopp, F. R., Knop-Hülß, K., Chan, M. C. M. & Owen, B. (2017, May). Self-construal, cultural values, and everyday life with a smartphone: Intercultural differences in being permanently online and connected. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, USA.

Reinecke, L., Klimmt, C., Meier, A., Reich, S., Hefner, D., Knop-Hülß, K. Rieger, D. & Vorderer (2017, May). Permanently online and permanently connected: Development and validation of the online vigilance scale. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, USA.

Geber, S. &  Hefner, D. (2017, January). Gesucht: Eine Theorie sozial-normativer Mediennutzung [Wanted: A theory of social-normative media use]. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Expert Group Reception and Effects Research of the German Society of Mass Communication, January 26-28, 2017,  Erfurt.

2016

Knop, K. & Hefner, D. (2016, September). Always on? Die (unterschiedliche) Handy- und Smartphonenutzung 8-14-Jähriger [Always on? The (different) use of smartphone and mobile phone use of 8 to 14 year olds]. Paper presented at BUKO 2016 School Psychology - Federal Congress for School Psychology Berlin, September 28, 2016, Berlin.

Hefner, D., Knop, K., Schmitt, S. & Abele, T. (2016, June). Rules, role model, or attachment? The impact of parents on their children’s problematic mobile phone involvement. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 9-13, 2016, Fukuoka, Japan.

 

Rieger, D., Hefner, D. & Frischlich, F. (2016, June). Waiting for recreation? The impact of smartphone usage on recovery experiences and cognitive performance. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 9-13, 2016, Fukuoka, Japan.

 

Knop, K., Hefner, D. & Auksutat, P. (2016, April). Always on in der Peergroup: Gruppennorm und Gruppendruck, eine gefährliche Mischung?! [Always on in the peer group: Peer norms and peer pressure - A dangerous mixture?!]. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Expert Group Media Education of the German Association of Mass Communication), April 28-30, 2016, Mauterndorf, Austria.

Hefner, D., Vorderer, P. & Kirchner, B. (2016, April). “Antworte mir!“ – Wie lässt sich die Bereitschaft zur Smartphonenutzung im Face-to-face-Gespräch erklären? [“Answer me!“ - How can we explain the willingness to use smartphones during a face-to-face conversation?]. Paper presented at the 61st Annual Conference of the German Society of Mass Communication, March 30-April 1, 2016, Leipzig.

Geber, S., Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Scherer, H. (2016, January). Wie kommunizieren Meinungsführer wirklich? Eine Beobachtung politischer Alltagsgespräche [How do opinion leaders really communicate? An observation of political daily small talk]. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Expert Group Reception and Effects Research of the German Association of Mass Communication, January 28-30, 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

Hefner, D., Knop, K., Schmitt, S. & Vorderer, P. (2016, January. “I wanna be in the loop!” – The role of fear of missing out (FoMO) for the quantity and quality of children’s and adolescents’ mobile phone use. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Expert Group Reception and Effects Research of the German Association of Mass Communication, January 28-30, 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

2015

 

Hefner, D., Sowka, A. & Klimmt, C. (2015, May). To control or not to control – That is the question: The influence of time spent with mobile phones and perceived control over usage on well-being. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Conference of the der International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

 

Sowka, A., Klimmt, C., Hefner, D. & Possler, D. (2015, May). Does media literacy make the difference between young people’s harmless and harmful smartphone use? Paper presented at the 65th Annual Conference of the der International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Sowka, A., Klimmt, C., Hefner, D. & Possler, D. (2015, May). The measurement of media literacy: Development and testing of an empirical test instrument. Paper presented at the 65th Annual Conference of the der International Communication Association (ICA), May 21-25, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Klimmt, C., Fietz, H., Sowka, A., Possler, D. & Hefner, D. (2015, January). Eigenschaften exzessiver Mediennutzer: Ein „Reverse Engineering“-Ansatz zur Identifikation von Risikofaktoren [Characteristics of excessive media users: A „reverse engineering“ approach to identify risk factors]. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Expert Group Reception and Effects Research of the German Society of Mass Communication, January 22-24, 2015, Bamberg.

 

2014


Hefner, D. & Sommer, D. (2014, May). (Not) learning from political conversation? - Insights from a social interaction perspective. Paper presented at the 64th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 22-26, 2014, Seattle, Washington, USA.
 
Schmitt, J. B., Loy, L. & Hefner, D. (2014, January). Politische Diskussion in realen Interaktionen: Experimentelle und inhaltsanalytische Ansätze [Political discussion in real interactions: Experimental and content analytical approaches]. Paper and Workshop at the Annual Conference of the Expert Group Reception and Effects Research of the German Society of Mass Communication, January 23-25, 2014,  Hannover.

2013

Sommer, D. & Hefner, D. (2013, September). Von der (Un)Möglichkeit, Medienverweise in Alltagsgesprächen zu beobachten - eine Replik auf Kepplinger und Martin (1986) [On the (im)possibility, to observe media references in small talk - A reply to Kepplinger and Martin (1986)]. Paper presented at the 15th Conference of the Expert Group Methods of the German Society of Mass Communication, September 2013, Münster.

2012

Geber, S., Hefner, D. & Scherer, H. (2012, October). Media’s impact on trust and collectivism – An international comparative multilevel analysis. Paper presented at the Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), Audience and Reception Studies Section, October 24-27, 2012, Istanbul.

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Sowka, A. (2012, October). Taking a critical stance as dimension of media literacy: Towards a conceptual specification. Paper presented at the Conference of the European Communication Research and Education Association (ECREA), October 24-27, 2012, Istanbul. 
 
Blake, C., Hefner, D., Roth, C., Vorderer, P. & Klimmt, C. (2012, September). Cognitive processes involved in video game identification. Full Paper presented at the International Conference on Entertainment Computing (ICEC2012), September 26-29, 2012, Bremen.
 
Geber, S., Scherer, H. & Hefner, D. (2012, May). Surfing together: The social capital of media societies. Paper presented at the 62nd Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, 2012, Phoenix, Arizona, USA.

Hefner, D. (2012, May). Meinungsbildung auf dem Boulevard – Alltagsgespräche über Nachrichten und der Einfluss der politischen Expertise [Opinion forming on the boulevard - Small talk about news and the impact of political expertise]. Paper presented at the 57th Annual Conference of the German Society of Mass Communication, May 16-18, 2012, Berlin.
 
2011

Scherer, H., Hefner, D. & Weisgerber, T. (2011, July). Editing, commenting, sharing. News factors in Blog communication. Paper presented at the conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR), July 13-17, 2011, Istanbul.

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Rieger, D. (2011, May). Can serious games contribute to political education? Evidence from two field experiments. Paper presented at the 61st Conference of the International Communication Association, May 26-30, 2011, Boston, Massachusetts, USA.

Hefner, D., Scherer, H. & Weisgerber, T. (2011, January). Alte Theorie – neue Werte? Nachrichtenfaktoren in der Blogkommunikation [Old theory - new values? News factors in blog communication]. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Expert Group Reception and Effects Research of the German Society of Mass Communication, January 27-29, 2011, Munich.

2010

Hefner, D., Raney, A. & Klimmt, C. (2010, October). Response to (interactive) media characters: Evidence for video game identification across different culture. Paper presented at the 3rd European Communication Conference (ECREA), October 12-15, 2010, Hamburg.

Vorderer, P., Hefner, D., Blake, C., Roth, C., Raney, A. & Klimmt, C. (2010, July). Finding a place for the user in interactive stories: Identification revisited. Paper presented at the IGEL 2010 Conference of the International Society for Empirical Literature Sciences (IGEL), July 7-11, 2010, Utrecht.

Naab, T. K., Hefner, D., Scherer, H., Schmid, H. & Hansen, M. (2010, June). Freedom of expression: Institutionalization and appreciation of the population in different countries. Paper presented at the 60th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), Mass Communication Division, June 22-26, 2010, Singapore.

2009

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C., Thalemann, R., Pompetzki, V. & Czolkoss, J. (2009, September). Gamers behind the edge: Exploring reasons to play in adolescents treated for excessive video game use. Paper presented at the conference "Future and Reality of Gaming (FROG) 2009: Exploring the Edge of Gaming", September 25-27, 2009, Vienna.

Hefner, D.,  Klimmt, C.,  Blake, C., Roth, C. & Vorderer, P. (2009, September). Graphology vs. questionnaire: Explicit and implicit self‐esteem and their role for video game enjoyment. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of the Expert Group Media Psychology ("New Media and Interactive Systems)" of the German Society of Psychology, September 9-11, 2009, Duisburg.

Klimmt, C., Kilb, T. S., Blümle, M., Braun, K., Hennerici, S., Schlereth, S. & Hefner, D. (2009, September). Video game stereotypes can amplify chauvinistic political attitudes. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Conference of the Expert Group Media Psychology ("New Media and Interactive Systems)" of the German Society of Psychology, September 9-11, 2009, Duisburg.

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Komorowski, M. (2009, May). Grenzgänger der Medienkulturen? Die Mediennutzung Deutscher in den Niederlanden [Crossing borders of media cultures? The media use of Germans in the Netherlands]. Paper presented at the 54th Annual Conference of the German Society of Mass Communication, April 29-May 1, 2009, Bremen.

Hefner, D. & Klimmt, C. (2009, April). Player performance, satisfaction and video game enjoyment. Paper presented at the FUGA Workshop mini-symposium, April 3, 2009, Helsinki.

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Rieger, D. (2009, January). Politik in Computerspielen: Einflüsse eines "Serious Game" auf politisches Wissen und Interesse [Politics in computer games: The influence of a "serious game" on political knowledge and interest]. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the German Society of Mass Communication's Expert Group Reception Research, January 22-24, 2009, Zurich.

2008

Schmid, H. & Hefner, D. (2008, November). Global Entertainment? Intercultural differences in reception processes between Asians and Germans. Paper presented at the 2nd European Communication Conference (ECREA), November 25-28, 2008, Barcelona.

Klimmt, C., Hefner, D. & Vorderer, P. (2008, November). Response to (interactive) media characters: Identification as altered self-perception. Paper presented at the 2nd European Communication Conference (ECREA), November 25-28, 2008, Barcelona.

Hefner, D. (2008, November). Serious Games: Chancen, Nutzen und Risiken [Serious games: Chances, benefits and risks]. Paper presented at the 25th Forum Communicational Culture of the Society of Media Education and Communicational Culture, November, 21-23, 2008, Rostock.

Klimmt, C., Hefner, D., Gollwitzer, M., Rothmund, T. & Vorderer, P. (2008, July). Implicit measures and media effects research: Challenges and opportunities. Paper presented at the Conference Methods and Measures for Communication and Cognition Research of the National Communication Association (NCA), July 10-12, 2008, College Park, Maryland.

Hefner, D., Bachl, M., Blake, C., Pompetzki, V. & Klimmt, C. (2008, May). Interpersonal talk about media news as factor in the knowledge gap process: A quasi-experimental analysis of conversation content. Paper presented at the  Political Communication Division at the 58th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 22-26, 2008, Montréal. Awarded as “Top Paper” by the Political Communication Division.

Klimmt, C., Hefner, D., Vorderer, P. & Roth, C. (2008, May). Exploring the Complex Relationships between Player Performance, Self-Esteem Processes, and Video Game Enjoyment. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division at the 58th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 22-26, 2008, Montréal.

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Roth, C. (2008, February). Identification with video game characters or "When I become that superhero": A theoretical model and the challenge to test it. Paper presented at the conference „When Media Environment Becomes Real“, February 4-6, 2008, Bern.

2007

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Vorderer, P. (2007, September). Identification with the player character as determinant of video game enjoyment. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Entertainment Computing (ICEC), September 15–17, 2007, Shanghai.

Hefner, D. (2007, September). Deliberativer Meinungsaustausch oder Stammtischdiskussion? Die kommunikative Weiterverarbeitung von politischen Medieninhalten und ihre bildungsspezifischen Unterschiede [Deliberative opinion exchange or regulars' table discussion? The communicative processing of political media contents and their educational differences]. Paper presented at the Conference of the Expert Group Media Psychology of the German Society of Psychology, September 5-7, 2007, Dresden.

Klimmt, C., Hefner, D. & Vorderer, P. (2007, May). Identification with media characters as temporary alteration of media users’ self-concept. Paper presented at the Mass Communication Division of the 57th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, 2007, San Francisco.

2006

Hefner, D., Klimmt, C. & Vorderer, P. (2006, September). Implizite Maße in der Rezeptionsforschung: Praktische Probleme und Erkenntnispotenziale [Implicit measurements in reception research: Practical problems and cognition potentials]. Paper presented at the German Society of Mass Communication's Expert Group "Methods", September 21-23, 2006, Zurich.

 

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