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Keren Eyal
Keren Eyal
Senior Lecturer, Sammy Ofer School of Communications, Reichman Univeristy
Verified email at runi.ac.il - Homepage
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Credibility for the 21st century: Integrating perspectives on source, message, and media credibility in the contemporary media environment
MJ Metzger, AJ Flanagin, K Eyal, DR Lemus, RM McCann
Annals of the International Communication Association 27 (1), 293-335, 2003
13072003
Viewer aggression and homophily, identification, and parasocial relationships with television characters
K Eyal, AM Rubin
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 47 (1), 77-98, 2003
6172003
When good friends say goodbye: A parasocial breakup study
K Eyal, J Cohen
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 50 (3), 502-523, 2006
3932006
Sexual socialization messages on entertainment television: Comparing content trends 1997–2002
D Kunkel, KM Farrar, K Eyal, E Biely, E Donnerstein, V Rideout
Media Psychology 9 (3), 595-622, 2007
1532007
The effects of sex in television drama shows on emerging adults' sexual attitudes and moral judgments
K Eyal, D Kunkel
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 52 (2), 161-181, 2008
1402008
Examining relational maintenance in parasocial relationships
K Eyal, RM Dailey
Mass Communication and Society 15 (5), 758-781, 2012
1392012
Explaining the relationship between media exposure and early adolescents’ body image perceptions
K Eyal, T Te’eni-Harari
Journal of Media Psychology, 2013
1112013
The psychology of marathon television viewing: Antecedents and viewer involvement
R Tukachinsky, K Eyal
Mass Communication and Society 21 (3), 275-295, 2018
1092018
Viewer aggression and attraction to television talk shows
AM Rubin, PM Haridakis, K Eyal
Media Psychology 5 (4), 331-362, 2003
1002003
Sexual socialization messages on television programs most popular among teens
K Eyal, D Kunkel, EN Biely, KL Finnerty
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 51 (2), 316-336, 2007
822007
Sexual messages during prime-time programming
K Farrar, D Kunkel, E Biely, K Eyal, R Fandrich, E Donnerstein
Sexuality and Culture 7, 7-37, 2003
772003
The portrayal of sexual intercourse on television: How, who, and with what consequence?
K Eyal, K Finnerty
Mass Communication and Society 12 (2), 143-169, 2009
742009
Liking them thin: Adolescents’ favorite television characters and body image
T Te'eni-Harari, K Eyal
Journal of Health Communication 20 (5), 607-615, 2015
352015
Messages about sex on Israeli television: Comparing local and foreign programming
K Eyal, Y Raz, M Levi
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 58 (1), 42-58, 2014
242014
Aggressive political opinions and exposure to violent media
K Eyal, MJ Metzger, RW Lingsweiler, C Mahood, MZ Yao
Mass Communication & Society 9 (4), 399-428, 2006
242006
Judging the degree of violence in media portrayals: A cross-genre comparison
K Riddle, K Eyal, C Mahood, WJ Potter
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 50 (2), 270-286, 2006
222006
High on attractiveness, low on nutrition: An over-time comparison of advertising food products on Israeli television
K Eyal, T Te’eni-Harari
Health Communication 31 (8), 988-997, 2016
182016
The portrayal of sexual intercourse on prime-time programming
K Eyal, K Finnerty
Communication Research Reports 24 (3), 225-233, 2007
172007
The role of food advertising in adolescents ‘nutritional health socialization
T Te’Eni-Harari, K Eyal
Health Communication, 2019
132019
The psychology of social networking: The challenges of social networking for fame-valuing teens’ body image
T Te’eni-Harari, K Eyal
Philosophia 45, 947-956, 2017
122017
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