Nurit Tal-Or
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Understanding audience involvement: Conceptualizing and manipulating identification and transportation
N Tal-Or, J Cohen
Poetics 38 (4), 402-418, 2010
Testing causal direction in the influence of presumed media influence
N Tal-Or, J Cohen, Y Tsfati, AC Gunther
Communication Research 37 (6), 801-824, 2010
S ome because of the people most think interesting media are effects influential. of media A on parent society thinking take place that watching The Simpsons would negatively …
N Tal-Or, Y Tsfati, AC Gunther
The SAGE handbook of media processes and effects, 99, 2009
The tempering effect of transportation: Exploring the effects of transportation and identification during exposure to controversial two-sided narratives
J Cohen, N Tal-Or, M Mazor-Tregerman
Journal of Communication 65 (2), 237-258, 2015
Counterfactual thinking as a mechanism in narrative persuasion
N Tal-Or, DS Boninger, A Poran, F Gleicher
Human communication research 30 (3), 301-328, 2004
Understanding the conditions and processes necessary for intergroup contact to reduce prejudice
N Tal-Or, D Boninger, F Gleicher
Peace education: The concept, principles, and practices around the world, 89-107, 2002
Unpacking engagement: Convergence and divergence in transportation and identification
N Tal-Or, J Cohen
Annals of the International Communication Association 40 (1), 33-66, 2016
The fundamental attribution error in attributing fictional figures' characteristics to the actors
N Tal-Or, Y Papirman
Media psychology 9 (2), 331-345, 2007
Third-person perception as an impression management tactic
N Tal-Or, D Drukman
Media Psychology 13 (3), 301-322, 2010
How co-viewing affects attitudes: The mediating roles of transportation and identification
N Tal-Or
Media Psychology 19 (3), 381-405, 2016
Antecedents of identification
J Cohen, N Tal-Or
Narrative absorption, 133-153, 2017
Textual primacy online: Impression formation based on textual and visual cues in Facebook profiles
A Pelled, T Zilberstein, A Tsirulnikov, E Pick, Y Patkin, N Tal-Or
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (7), 672-687, 2017
Does the co-viewing of sexual material affect rape myth acceptance? The role of the co-viewer’s reactions and gender
N Tal-Or, Y Tsfati
Communication Research 45 (4), 577-602, 2018
On becoming what we might have been: Counterfactual thinking and self-efficacy
N Tal-Or, DS Boninger, F Gleicher
Self and Identity 3 (1), 5-26, 2004
Bragging in the right context: Impressions formed of self-promoters who create a context for their boasts
N Tal-Or
Social Influence 5 (1), 23-39, 2010
On the substitutability of the third-person perception
N Tal-Or, Y Tsfati
Media Psychology 10 (2), 231-249, 2007
When Arabs and Jews watch TV together: The joint effect of the content and context of communication on reducing prejudice
N Tal-Or, Y Tsfati
Journal of Communication 66 (4), 646-668, 2016
Age and third-person perception in response to positive product advertisements
N Tal-Or
Mass Communication & Society 10 (4), 403-422, 2007
Self-disclosure and the liking of participants in reality TV
N Tal-Or, M Hershman-Shitrit
Human Communication Research 41 (2), 245-267, 2015
Communicative behaviors of outperformers and their perception by the outperformed people
N Tal-Or
Human Communication Research 34 (2), 234-262, 2008
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