SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Zheng Wang, Mao Vang, Kathryn Lookadoo, John M. Tchernev, Cody Cooper, Engaging High-Sensation Seekers: The Dynamic Interplay of Sensation Seeking, Message Visual-Auditory Complexity and Arousing Content, Journal of Communication, 2015, 65, 1
  2. 2
    Mary L. Courage, Aishah Bakhtiar, Cheryll Fitzpatrick, Sophie Kenny, Katie Brandeau, Growing up multitasking: The costs and benefits for cognitive development, Developmental Review, 2015, 35, 5

    CrossRef

  3. 3
    Shannon Vallor, Moral Deskilling and Upskilling in a New Machine Age: Reflections on the Ambiguous Future of Character, Philosophy & Technology, 2015, 28, 1, 107

    CrossRef

  4. 4
    Zheng Wang, Matthew Irwin, Cody Cooper, Jatin Srivastava, Multidimensions of Media Multitasking and Adaptive Media Selection, Human Communication Research, 2015, 41, 1
  5. 5
    Claire G. Christensen, David Bickham, Craig S. Ross, Michael Rich, Multitasking With Television Among Adolescents, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 2015, 59, 1, 130

    CrossRef

  6. 6
    Yubo Zhang, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Playing with multiple wearable devices: Exploring the influence of display, motion and gender, Computers in Human Behavior, 2015, 50, 148

    CrossRef

  7. 7
    Anastasia Kononova, Yi-Hsuan Chiang, Why do we multitask with media? Predictors of media multitasking among Internet users in the United States and Taiwan, Computers in Human Behavior, 2015, 50, 31

    CrossRef

  8. 8
    Pedro De Bruyckere, Paul A. Kirschner, Casper D. Hulshof, Urban Myths About Learning and Education, 2015,

    CrossRef

  9. 9
    Lin Lin, Patricia Cranton, Jennifer Lee, Handbook of Research on Scholarly Publishing and Research Methods, 2015,

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    Anna Van Cauwenberge, Gabi Schaap, Rob van Roy, “TV no longer commands our full attention”: Effects of second-screen viewing and task relevance on cognitive load and learning from news, Computers in Human Behavior, 2014, 38, 100

    CrossRef

  11. 11
    Hilde A. M. Voorveld, Vijay Viswanathan, An Observational Study on How Situational Factors Influence Media Multitasking With TV: The Role of Genres, Dayparts, and Social Viewing, Media Psychology, 2014, 1

    CrossRef

  12. 12
    S. Mo Jang, Challenges to Selective Exposure: Selective Seeking and Avoidance in a Multitasking Media Environment, Mass Communication and Society, 2014, 17, 5, 665

    CrossRef

  13. 13
    Brittany R.-L. Duff, Gunwoo Yoon, Zongyuan (Glenn) Wang, George Anghelcev, Doing It All: An Exploratory Study of Predictors of Media Multitasking, Journal of Interactive Advertising, 2014, 14, 1, 11

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Elizabeth L. Cohen, Alexander L. Lancaster, Individual Differences in In-Person and Social Media Television Coviewing: The Role of Emotional Contagion, Need to Belong, and Coviewing Orientation, Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 2014, 17, 8, 512

    CrossRef

  15. 15
    Manfred Spitzer, Information technology in education: Risks and side effects, Trends in Neuroscience and Education, 2014, 3, 3-4, 81

    CrossRef

  16. 16
    Brandon C. W. Ralph, David R. Thomson, James Allan Cheyne, Daniel Smilek, Media multitasking and failures of attention in everyday life, Psychological Research, 2014, 78, 5, 661

    CrossRef

  17. 17
    Julio Gimenez, Multi-communication and the business English class: Research meets pedagogy, English for Specific Purposes, 2014, 35, 1

    CrossRef

  18. 18
    Leo Yeykelis, James J. Cummings, Byron Reeves, Multitasking on a Single Device: Arousal and the Frequency, Anticipation, and Prediction of Switching Between Media Content on a Computer, Journal of Communication, 2014, 64, 1
  19. 19
    Gabriel Weimann, Nirit Weiss-Blatt, Germaw Mengistu, Maya Mazor Tregerman, Ravid Oren, Reevaluating “The End of Mass Communication?”, Mass Communication and Society, 2014, 17, 6, 803

    CrossRef

  20. 20
    Charles Calderwood, Phillip L. Ackerman, Erin Marie Conklin, What else do college students “do” while studying? An investigation of multitasking, Computers & Education, 2014, 75, 19

    CrossRef

  21. 21
    Hilde A. M. Voorveld, Margot van der Goot, Age Differences in Media Multitasking: A Diary Study, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 2013, 57, 3, 392

    CrossRef

  22. 22
    Yubo Zhang, Mao Mao, Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Pilsung Choe, Lelkes Bela, Feixiang Wang, Exploring factors influencing multitasking interaction with multiple smart devices, Computers in Human Behavior, 2013, 29, 6, 2579

    CrossRef

  23. 23
    Larry D. Rosen, L. Mark Carrier, Nancy A. Cheever, Facebook and texting made me do it: Media-induced task-switching while studying, Computers in Human Behavior, 2013, 29, 3, 948

    CrossRef

  24. 24
    Xigen Li, Innovativeness, personal initiative, news affinity and news utility as predictors of the use of mobile phones as news devices, Chinese Journal of Communication, 2013, 6, 3, 350

    CrossRef

  25. 25
    Prabu David, Linda Xu, Jatin Srivastava, Jung-Hyun Kim, Media multitasking between two conversational tasks, Computers in Human Behavior, 2013, 29, 4, 1657

    CrossRef

  26. 26
    L.D. Rosen, K. Whaling, L.M. Carrier, N.A. Cheever, J. Rokkum, The Media and Technology Usage and Attitudes Scale: An empirical investigation, Computers in Human Behavior, 2013, 29, 6, 2501

    CrossRef

  27. 27
    Zheng Wang, John M. Tchernev, Tyler Solloway, A dynamic longitudinal examination of social media use, needs, and gratifications among college students, Computers in Human Behavior, 2012, 28, 5, 1829

    CrossRef

  28. 28
    Zheng Wang, Tyler Solloway, John M. Tchernev, Bethany Barker, Dynamic Motivational Processing of Antimarijuana Messages: Coactivation Begets Attention, Human Communication Research, 2012, 38, 4
  29. 29
    L. Mark Carrier, Mike Kersten, Larry D. Rosen, Searching for Generation M,