28 achievements

Lull, Robert

College of Arts and Humanities
Cetin, Y., Lull, R., & Bushman, B.  (2015). Don’t study with the TV on! Violent media exposure impairs foreign language performance. Presented at the Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium of the National Academy of Sciences, Digital Media and Developing Minds, Irvine, CA.
Landrum, A., & Lull, R.  (2017). Stop preaching to the converted.  Nature Climate Change. 538-540.
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Landrum, A., Hilgard, J., Lull, R., Akin, H., & Jamieson, K.  (2017). Disclosure of open and transparent research practices and public trust. Presented at the Society for Risk Analysis Policy Forum: Risk Governance for Key Enabling Technologies, Venice, Italy.
Lull, R., & Scheufele, D.  (2017). Understanding and overcoming fear of the unnatural in discussion of GMOs.  Handbook of the science of science communication. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Lull, R., & Romer, D.  (2017). Is parental desensitization to violent films a function of justified violence?. Presented at the 67th annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.
Lull, R., & Li, N.  (2017). The role, power, and peril of media for the communication of science: a synthesis.  Handbook of the science of science communication. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Lull, R., Landrum, A., Akin, H., Hasell, A., & Jamieson, K.  (2017). Processing the papal encyclical through perceptual filters: Pope Francis, identityprotective cognition, and climate change concern.  Cognition. 1-12.
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Lull, R., Hallman, W., Brossard, D., & Jamieson, K.  (2017). US public opinion about insecticide spraying in the context of Zika virus. Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Arlington, VA.
Lull, R., Hallman, W., Brossard, D., & Jamieson, K.  (2017). Identifying strategic communication opportunities in the context of public support for releasing genetically engineered mosquitoes as a response to Zika virus. Presented at the 67th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Strategic Environmental Communication and Exploration of Research in Crisis, Risk, and Disaster Pre-conference, San Diego, CA.
Lull, R., Akin, H., Hallman, W., Brossard, D., & Jamieson, K.  (2017). Weighing risk and benefit perceptions of GE technology in the context of Zika virus and GE mosquitoes. Presented at the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania Zika Communication Summit, Philadelphia, PA.
Lull, R.  (2017). Does sex sell? Insights from research synthesis. Presented at the Association of Swedish Advertisers Seminar on Gender Discriminatory and Sexist Advertising.
Lull, R.  (2017). Understanding audience needs and preferences. Presented at the 3rd International Workshop for Regulation of Animal Biotechnology.
Lull, R.  (2017). Public perceptions about releasing genetically engineered mosquitoes in the context of Zika virus. Presented at the 3rd International Workshop for Regulation of Animal Biotechnology.
Lull, R.  (2017). Violence, sex, and advertising effectiveness. Presented at the 67th annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego, CA.
Lull, R.  (2017). Probability distributions.  The international encyclopedia of communication research methods. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.
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Lull, R., Landrum, A., Akin, H., & Jamieson, K.  (2016). Making it about morals: Pope Francis shifts the climate change debate. Presented at the 71st annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Austin, Texas.
Lull, R., Gibson, B., Cruz, C., & Bushman, B.  (2016). Killing characters in video games kills memory for in-game ads.  Psychology of Popular Media Culture.
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Lull, R., & Dickinson, T.  (2016). Does television cultivate narcissism? relationships between television exposure, preferences for specific genres, and subclinical narcissism.  Psychology of Popular Media Culture.
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Lull, R., & Bushman, B.  (2016). Immersed in violence: presence mediates the effect of 3D violent video gameplay on angry feelings.  Psychology of Popular Media Culture. 5(2), 133-144.
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Lull, R., Brossard, D., Hallman, W., & Jamieson, K.  (2016). The role of perceived risk of genetic engineering (GE) on public support for the release of GE mosquitoes to reduce the spread of Zika virus. Presented at the Society for Risk Analysis Policy Forum: Risk Governance for Key Enabling Technologies, Venice, Italy.
Lull, R., Akin, H., Li, N., Hilgard, J., Landrum, A., & Barnhart, K.  (2016). Can a progressive Pope sway skeptics? tracking public opinion on Pope Francis and climate change. Presented at the 71st annual conference of the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Austin, Texas.
Lull, R., Çetin, Y., Array., & Bushman, B.  (2015). Exposure to violent and sexual media content undermines school performance in youth.  Advances in Pediatric Research.
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Lull, R., Çetin, Y., & Bushman, B.  (2015). Violent and sexual media impair second-language memory during encoding and retrieval.  Journal of Experimental Social Psychology of Popular Media Culture. 172-178.
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Lull, R.  (2015). Conditional process analysis with multicategorical independent variables and multicategorical moderator variables. Presented at the 65th annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Lull, R., & Dickinson, T.  (2014). “I can read Snooki like a book”: television exposure and genre preferences cultivate narcissism. Presented at the 64th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, Washington.
Lull, R., & Cruz, C.  (2014). Can’t cut through the clutter: Memory impairment for brands advertised in violent and congruent video game contexts. Presented at the 64th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, Washington.
Lull, R., & Bushman, B.  (2014). Do sex and violence sell? A meta-analytic review of the effects of sexual and violent media and ad content on memory, attitudes, and buying intentions. Presented at the 15th annual meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychology, Austin, TX.
Lull, R.  (2013). A mediated uncertainty management model: uncertainty as motivating specific uses and gratifications of media. Presented at the 63rd annual conference of the International Communication Association, London, England.