Gabi Schaap
Gabi Schaap
Assistant Professor, Radboud University, Netherlands
Verifisert e-postadresse på maw.ru.nl - Startside
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“TV no longer commands our full attention”: Effects of second-screen viewing and task relevance on cognitive load and learning from news
A Van Cauwenberge, G Schaap, R Van Roy
Computers in Human Behavior 38, 100-109, 2014
1602014
Citizen sources in the news: Above and beyond the vox pop?
M Kleemans, G Schaap, L Hermans
Journalism 18 (4), 464-481, 2017
862017
Taking the full view: How viewers respond to 360-degree video news
PH Vettehen, D Wiltink, M Huiskamp, G Schaap, P Ketelaar
Computers in human behavior 91, 24-32, 2019
452019
Three decades of television news research: An action theoretical inventory of issues and problems
GJ Schaap, K Renckstorf, FPJ Wester
Berlin: Quintessenz Verlag, 2001
30*2001
Het sensatiegehalte van voorpaginafoto’s: een inhoudsanalyse van populaire en kwaliteitskranten in Nederland
G Schaap, A Pleijter
Tijdschrift voor communicatiewetenschap 40 (1), 2012
272012
7 Using protocol analysis in television news research: Proposal and first tests
G Schaap
Action Theory and Communication Research, 115-140, 2008
26*2008
Re-establishing the relationship with the public: Regional journalism and citizens' involvement in the news
L Hermans, G Schaap, J Bardoel
Journalism Studies 15 (5), 642-654, 2014
242014
Interpreting television news
G Schaap
Interpreting Television News, 2009
232009
Conceptualizing television news interpretation by its viewers: The concept of interpretive complexity
G Schaap, K Renckstorf, F Wester
Walter de Gruyter 30 (3), 269-291, 2005
232005
Action theory and communication research: Recent developments in Europe
K Renckstorf, D McQuail, G Schaap, JE Rosenbaum
Walter de Gruyter, 2004
162004
Measuring the complexity of viewers’ television news interpretation: Differentation
G Schaap, R Konig, K Renckstorf, F Wester
Walter de Gruyter 30 (4), 459-475, 2005
15*2005
What men and women think while watching the news: An exploration
PGH Vettehen, G Schaap, S Schlösser
Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. KG 29 (2), 235-251, 2004
142004
Getting youngsters hooked on news: The effects of narrative news on information processing and appreciation in different age groups
M Kleemans, G Schaap, M Suijkerbuijk
Journalism Studies 19 (14), 2108-2125, 2018
132018
Correcting misperceptions: The causal role of motivation in corrective science communication about vaccine and food safety
A van Stekelenburg, G Schaap, H Veling, M Buijzen
Science Communication 42 (1), 31-60, 2020
102020
Has your smartphone replaced your brain? Construction and validation of the Extended Mind Questionnaire (XMQ)
SRR Nijssen, G Schaap, GP Verheijen
PloS one 13 (8), e0202188, 2018
102018
Fret not thyself: The persuasive effect of anger expression and the role of perceived appropriateness
J Van’t Riet, G Schaap, M Kleemans
Motivation and Emotion 42 (1), 103-117, 2018
102018
Three Decades of television news research: an action theoretical inventory of issues and problems
G Schaap, K Renckstorf, F Wester
COMMUNICATIONS-SANKT AUGUSTIN THEN BERLIN- 23, 351-382, 1998
91998
On different sides: Investigating the persuasive effects of anger expression in political news messages
J Van’t Riet, G Schaap, M Kleemans, H Veling, S Lecheler
Political Psychology 40 (4), 837-857, 2019
82019
Second screening for news: Effects of presentation on information processing and program liking
G Schaap, M Kleemans, A Van Cauwenberge
Computers in Human Behavior 84, 76-85, 2018
82018
Action theory and communication research
K Renckstorf, D McQuail, JE Rosenbaum, G Schaap
Renckstorf. Mouton de gruyter, 2004
82004
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