Tom Powell
Tom Powell
TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research)
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A clearer picture: The contribution of visuals and text to framing effects
TE Powell, HG Boomgaarden, K De Swert, CH De Vreese
Journal of communication 65 (6), 997-1017, 2015
Algorithms in the newsroom? News readers’ perceived credibility and selection of automated journalism
A Wölker, TE Powell
Journalism,, 2018
A picture paints a thousand lies? The effects and mechanisms of multimodal disinformation and rebuttals disseminated via social media
M Hameleers, TE Powell, TGLA Van Der Meer, L Bos
Political communication 37 (2), 281-301, 2020
Framing fast and slow: A dual processing account of multimodal framing effects
TE Powell, HG Boomgaarden, K De Swert, CH de Vreese
Media Psychology 22 (4), 572-600, 2019
Video killed the news article? Comparing multimodal framing effects in news videos and articles
TE Powell, HG Boomgaarden, K De Swert, CH de Vreese
Journal of broadcasting & electronic media 62 (4), 578-596, 2018
Repetition suppression in ventral visual cortex is diminished as a function of increasing autistic traits
MP Ewbank, G Rhodes, EAH von dem Hagen, TE Powell, N Bright, ...
Cerebral Cortex 25 (10), 3381-3393, 2015
Repetition suppression and memory for faces is reduced in adults with autism spectrum conditions
MP Ewbank, PJ Pell, TE Powell, EAH Von dem Hagen, S Baron-Cohen, ...
Cerebral Cortex 27 (1), 92-103, 2017
The effect of perceptual expectation on repetition suppression to faces is not modulated by variation in autistic traits
MP Ewbank, EAH von Dem Hagen, TE Powell, RN Henson, AJ Calder
Cortex 80, 51-60, 2016
Selection in a snapshot? The contribution of visuals to the selection and avoidance of political news in information-rich media settings
TE Powell, M Hameleers, TGLA van der Meer
The International Journal of Press/Politics 26 (1), 46-68, 2021
Picture power? The contribution of visuals and text to partisan selective exposure
TE Powell, TGLA van der Meer, CB Peralta
Media and communication 7 (3), 12-31, 2019
Neural representations of haptic object size in the human brain revealed by multivoxel fMRI patterns
F Perini, T Powell, SJ Watt, PE Downing
Journal of neurophysiology 124 (1), 218-231, 2020
The distant sufferer: Measuring spectatorship of photojournalism
TE Weikmann, TE Powell
International Journal of Communication 13, 22, 2019
Multimodal news framing effects
TE Powell
University of Amsterdam, 2017
The effect of consumption of corruption-related news on political cynicism
M Corral-Cumbreras, TE Powell
Communication and Society, 2019
Web of Lies: Mapping the Narratives, Effects, and Amplifiers of Russian Covid-19 Disinformation
A Hoyle, T Powell, B Cadet, J van de Kuijt
COVID-19 Disinformation: A Multi-National, Whole of Society Perspective, 113-141, 2022
Dealing with Uncertainty in Hybrid Conflict: A Novel Approach and Model for Uncertainty Quantification in Intelligence Analysis
T Powell, S Oggero, JWE Schook
NATO IST-190, 2021
Reduced repetition suppression to faces in the fusiform face area of adults with autism spectrum conditions
M Ewbank, P Pell, T Powell, E von em Hagen, S Baron-Cohen, A Calder
Journal of Vision 15 (12), 1210-1210, 2015
Life through grey-tinted glasses: how do audiences in Latvia psychologically respond to Sputnik Latvia’s destruction narratives of a failed Latvia?
A Hoyle, C Wagnsson, TE Powell, H van den Berg, B Doosje
Post-Soviet Affairs 40 (1), 1-18, 2024
Influence Pathways: Mapping the Narratives and Psychological Effects of Russian COVID-19 Disinformation
A Hoyle, T Powell, B Cadet, J van de Kuijt
2021 IEEE International Conference on Cyber Security and Resilience (CSR …, 2021
Heb ik te maken met desinformatie? Een handreiking voor het signaleren van mogelijk desinformatie
J van de Kuijt & T.E. Powell …, 2021
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