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Byron Reeves
Byron Reeves
Professor of Communication, Stanford University
Verified email at stanford.edu
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The media equation: How people respond to computers, television, and new media like real people and places.
B Reeves, C Nass
Cambridge University Press, 1996
10345*1996
The new videomalaise: Effects of televised incivility on political trust
DC Mutz, B Reeves
American Political Science Review 99 (1), 1-15, 2005
12292005
Can computer personalities be human personalities?
C Nass, Y Moon, BJ Fogg, B Reeves, C Dryer
Conference companion on Human factors in computing systems, 228-229, 1995
11461995
Total Engagement: How Games and Virtual Worlds Are Changing the Way People Work and Businesses Compete
B Reeves, JL Read
Harvard Business Press, 2009
10432009
Voice user interface with personality
KJ Surace, GM White, BB Reeves, CI Nass, MD Campbell, RD Albert, ...
US Patent 6,144,938, 2000
802*2000
Negative video as structure: Emotion, attention, capacity, and memory
A Lang, J Newhagen, B Reeves
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 40 (4), 460-477, 1996
5911996
The evening's bad news: Effects of compelling negative television news images on memory
JE Newhagen, B Reeves
Journal of communication 42 (2), 25-41, 1992
5701992
Learning theories and education: Toward a decade of synergy
J Bransford, N Vye, R Stevens, P Kuhl, D Schwartz, P Bell, A Meltzoff, ...
Handbook of Educational Psychology (2nd Edition), 95 pages, 2005
5392005
The effects of screen size and message content on attention and arousal
B Reeves, A Lang, EY Kim, D Tatar
Media psychology 1 (1), 49-67, 1999
4541999
Voice user interface with personality
KJ Surace, GM White, BB Reeves, CI Nass, MD Campbell, RD Albert, ...
US Patent 6,334,103, 2001
4352001
Historical trends in research on children and the media: 1900–1960
E Wartella, B Reeves
Journal of Communication 35 (2), 118-133, 1985
3821985
A bio-informational theory of emotion: Motion and image size effects on viewers.
BH Detenber, B Reeves
Journal of Communication, 1996
3621996
Computer agents versus avatars: Responses to interactive game characters controlled by a computer or other player
S Lim, B Reeves
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 68 (1-2), 57-68, 2010
3222010
The effects of animated characters on anxiety, task performance, and evaluations of user interfaces
R Rickenberg, B Reeves
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2000
3182000
Attention to television: Intrastimulus effects of movement and scene changes on alpha variation over time
B Reeves, E Thorson, ML Rothschild, D McDonald, J Hirsch, R Goldstein
International journal of Neuroscience 27 (3-4), 241-255, 1985
3051985
Investigating the assumptions of uses and gratifications research
GE Lometti, B Reeves, CR Bybee
Communication research 4 (3), 321-338, 1977
2801977
Multitasking on a single device: Arousal and the frequency, anticipation, and prediction of switching between media content on a computer
L Yeykelis, JJ Cummings, B Reeves
Journal of Communication 64 (1), 167-192, 2014
2682014
On the nature of mass media effects
JM McLeod, B Reeves
Television and social behavior, 17-54, 2013
2532013
Positive and negative political advertising: Effectiveness of ads and perceptions of candidates
M Basil, C Schooler, B Reeves
Television and political advertising, 245-262, 2013
2522013
Leadership's online labs
B Reeves, TW Malone, T O'DRISCOLL
Harvard Business Review 86 (5), 58-66, 2008
2522008
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