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#MediaPsych: Media Psychology Blogs

A list of active websites and blogs publishing articles about media psychology.

Media Psychology Blog - Pamela Rutledge - Rutledge on the psychology of social media, transmedia, narrative, technolo...

Dr. Pamela Rutledge on the psychology of technology, social media and transmedia

The Media Psychology Effect

The Media Psychology Effect explores effects on behavior of pictures, graphics, sound, the internet and various mobile devices and particularly how people behave when influenced by media. The Media Psychology Effect reports important developments and events and comments on their media and communications implications. Studying social media is central to increasing and understanding global communication.

Psychology of Media & Emerging Technologies

Where technology & media meet human experience

Brian Solis - Defining the convergence of media and influence

Twitter and Facebook are under fire for the role each platform plays in unknowingly tolerating flagrant hate-fueled, public-facing obscenity and outright threats. Twitter was targeted as the result of an advocate for honoring women on British currency was deluged with sickening rape threats.

Online Fandom

news & perspectives on fan communication and online social life

Media Psychology Blog

Dedicated to understanding and developing positive media and technology for all ages (by Dr. Pamela Rutledge)

Social Media Research Forum - Social Science PhD

Social Research Forum - discussion forums for Sociology, Anthropology, Archaeology, Linguistics, Economics, Humanities, Education and Social Sciences

Head quarters | Science | The Guardian

Head Quarters explains some of the fascinating discoveries of psychology research and reveals how psychologists go about their work. Our four core writers also provide expert commentary on psychology

Media Psychology

Your attention is what every advertiser wants, not necessarily because they want to change your mind, but simply because they want to reinforce opinions you may already hold. Repetitive attention to their product breeds familiarity and can steer individual choices at a later time. The use of imagery builds this cognitive phenomena quickly.

Changing minds and persuasion -- How we change what others think, believe, feel and do

Welcome to Changing, the largest site in the world on all aspects of how we change what others think, believe, feel and do. There are already around 6000 pages here, all free and with much more to come! Dave is now on Twitter as changingminds, and at the LinkedIn groups Changing Minds and Social Influence.


This is your brain on media....

The Psychology of Video Games

Examining the intersection of psychology and video games

Lisa Peyton | Media Psychology

Lisa Peyton is a teacher, writer and digital media consultant living in Portland, Oregon.