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2018

Reinecke, Leonard; Klimmt, Christoph; Meier, Adrian; Reich, Sabine; Hefner, Dorothee; Knop-Huelss, Katharina; Rieger, Diana; Vorderer, Peter (2018): Permanently online and permanently connected: Development and validation of the Online Vigilance Scale.
In: PLOS One 13(10), e0205384 [PDF, 1MB]

Janicke, Sophie H.; Rieger, Diana; Reinecke, Leonard; Connor III, Winston (2018): Watching Online Videos at Work: The Role of Positive and Meaningful Affect for Recovery Experiences and Well-Being at the Workplace. In: Mass Communication and Society, Vol. 21, No. 3: pp. 345-367

Klimmt, Christoph; Hefner, Dorothée; Reinecke, Leonard; Rieger, Diana; Vorderer, Peter (2018): The mind, permanently connected: Mapping the cognitive structures behind heavy smartphone use. In: Vorderer, Peter; Hefner, Dorothée; Reinecke, Leonard; Klimmt, Christoph (eds.) : Permanently online, permanently connected ; living and communicating in a POPC world. New York ; London: Taylor & Francis. pp. 18-28

Wessler, Hartmut; Rieger, Diana; Cohen, Jonathan; Vorderer, Peter (2018): Permanent Connections Around the Globe: Cross-Cultural Differences and Intercultural Linkages in POPC. In: Vorderer, Peter; Hefner, Dorothée; Reinecke, Leonard; Klimmt, Christoph (eds.) : Permanently online, permanently connected ; living and communicating in a POPC world. New York ; London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. pp. 188-195

Rieger, Diana (2018): Between surveillance and sexting: Permanent connectedness and intimate relationships. In: Vorderer, Peter; Hefner, Dorothée; Reinecke, Leonard; Klimmt, Christoph (eds.) : Permanently online, permanently connected ; living and communicating in a POPC world. New York ; London: Taylor & Francis. pp. 149-161

2017

Rieger, Diana; Reinecke, Leonard; Bente, Gary (2017): Media-Induced Recovery: The Effects of Positive Versus Negative Media Stimuli on Recovery Experience, Cognitive Performance, and Energetic Arousal. In: Psychology of Popular Media Culture, Vol. 6, No. 2: pp. 174-191

Bartsch, Anne; Oliver, Mary Beth (2017): Appreciation of meaningful entertainment experiences and eudaimonic well-being. In: Reinecke, Leonard; Oliver, Mary Beth (eds.) : The Routledge handbook of media use and well-being ; international perspectives on theory and research on positive media effects. Routledge Handbooks, 1. Auflage. New York ; London: Routledge. pp. 80-92

Rieger, Diana (2017): Meaning, mortality salience and media use. In: Reinecke, Leonard; Oliver, Mary Beth (eds.) : The Routledge handbook of media use and well-being ; international perspectives on theory and research on positive media effects. New York ; London: Taylor & Francis. pp. 93-105

2016

Reinecke, Leonard; Rieger, Diana (2016): Unterhaltung. In: Krämer, Nicole C.; Schwan, Stephan; Unz, Dagmar; Suckfüll, Monika (eds.) : Medienpsychologie ; Schlüsselbegriffe und Konzepte. 2., überarbeitete und erweiterte Auflage. Stuttgart: Verlag W. Kohlhammer. pp. 283-292

2015

Vorderer, Peter; Klimmt, Christoph; Rieger, Diana; Baumann, Eva; Hefner, Dorothée; Knop, Karin; Krömer, Nicola; Mata, Jutta; Pape, Thilo von; Quandt, Thorsten; Reich, Sabine; Reinecke, Leonard; Trepte, Sabine; Sonnentag, Sabine; Wessler, Hartmut (2015): Der mediatisierte Lebenswandel. Permanently online, permanently connected. In: Publizistik, Vol. 60, No. 3: pp. 259-276

2014

Rieger, Diana; Reinecke, Leonard; Frischlich, Lena; Bente, Gary (2014): Media Entertainment and Well-BeingLinking Hedonic and Eudaimonic Entertainment Experience to Media-Induced Recovery and Vitality. In: Journal of Communication, Vol. 64, No. 3: pp. 456-478

Reinecke, Leonard; Rieger, Diana; Wulf, Tim (2014): Einschalten zum Abschalten? Mediennutzung zur Erholung von Stress und Belastung. In: In-Mind Magazin, No. 3

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