Media Psych Studies

A portfolio of work for media psychology research

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Media Bias Reveals Patterns of Trust and Dependency

Bias is built exclusively from personal interests. Favoritism towards certain ideas, products, and activities are developed from a pattern of consumption. The more I regularly consume something, the more comfortable … Continue reading

03/09/2014 · Leave a comment

The deTechtive Badge – a Media Psychologist’s Greatest Weapon

Consumers are nothing if they do not consume. From the inception of any product, developers consider how can they make it easier for the consumer to consume. Technology is at … Continue reading

03/01/2014 · 4 Comments

Codependencies of Society and Communication Technology Explained Through Tetrad Analysis

Marshall McLuhan first explored the link between social change and communication technology in a study that produced his theory of media ecology (1964).  A key piece of that theory is … Continue reading

02/16/2014 · Leave a comment

Approaching Bias on the Web

Determining the authenticity of information on the internet is a task researchers must continually practice. After all in reality, citing something that turns out to be false can break someone’s … Continue reading

08/25/2013 · Leave a comment