Kristen Harrison
Kristen Harrison
Professor of Communication & Media, University of Michigan
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The relationship between media consumption and eating disorders
K Harrison, J Cantor
Journal of communication 47 (1), 40-67, 1997
The body electric: Thin-ideal media and eating disorders in adolescents
K Harrison
Journal of Communication 50 (3), 119-143, 2000
Nutritional content of foods advertised during the television programs children watch most
K Harrison, AL Marske
American journal of public health 95 (9), 1568-1574, 2005
Television viewers' ideal body proportions: The case of the curvaceously thin woman
K Harrison
Sex Roles 48 (5), 255-264, 2003
Women's sports media, self-objectification, and mental health in black and white adolescent females
K Harrison, BL Fredrickson
Journal of Communication 53 (2), 216-232, 2003
Television viewing, fat stereotyping, body shape standards, and eating disorder symptomatology in grade school children
K Harrison
Communication Research 27 (5), 617-640, 2000
Ourselves, our bodies: Thin-ideal media, self-discrepancies, and eating disorder symptomatology in adolescents
K Harrison
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 20 (3), 289-323, 2001
Toward a developmental conceptualization of contributors to overweight and obesity in childhood: The Six‐Cs model
K Harrison, KK Bost, BA McBride, SM Donovan, DS Grigsby‐Toussaint, ...
Child development perspectives 5 (1), 50-58, 2011
Media exposure, current and future body ideals, and disordered eating among preadolescent girls: A longitudinal panel study
K Harrison, V Hefner
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 35 (2), 146-156, 2006
Does interpersonal attraction to thin media personalities promote eating disorders?
K Harrison
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 41 (4), 478-500, 1997
Tales from the screen: Enduring fright reactions to scary media
K Harrison, J Cantor
Media Psychology 1 (2), 97-116, 1999
Media's Role in the Perpetuation and Prevention of Negative Body Image and Disordered Eating.
MP Levine, K Harrison
John Wiley & Sons Inc, 2004
The gender-role content of children's favorite television programs and its links to their gender-related perceptions
JS Aubrey, K Harrison
Media psychology 6 (2), 111-146, 2004
The problem of “us” versus “them” and AIDS stigma
PG Devine, EA Plant, K Harrison
American Behavioral Scientist 42 (7), 1212-1228, 1999
Variety versus timing: Gender differences in college students' sexual expectations as predicted by exposure to sexually oriented television
JS Aubrey, K Harrison, L Kramer, J Yellin
Communication Research 30 (4), 432-460, 2003
A content analysis of female body imagery in video games
N Martins, DC Williams, K Harrison, RA Ratan
Sex roles 61 (11-12), 824, 2009
Throwing like a girl: Self-objectification predicts adolescent girls’ motor performance
BL Fredrickson, K Harrison
Journal of Sport and Social Issues 29 (1), 79-101, 2005
Risk factors for overweight/obesity in preschool children: an ecological approach
DA Dev, BA McBride, BH Fiese, BL Jones, ...
Childhood obesity 9 (5), 399-408, 2013
Women’s and men’s eating behavior following exposure to ideal-body images and text
K Harrison, LD Taylor, AL Marske
Communication Research 33 (6), 507-529, 2006
Racial and gender differences in the relationship between children’s television use and self-esteem: A longitudinal panel study
N Martins, K Harrison
Communication Research 39 (3), 338-357, 2012
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