James D. Ivory
James D. Ivory
Professor, Department of Communication, Virginia Tech
Verified email at vt.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
The virtual census: Representations of gender, race and age in video games
D Williams, N Martins, M Consalvo, JD Ivory
New Media & Society 11 (5), 815-834, 2009
5682009
The effects of technological advancement and violent content in video games on players’ feelings of presence, involvement, physiological arousal, and aggression
JD Ivory, S Kalyanaraman
Journal of Communication 57 (3), 532-555, 2007
3182007
Still a man's game: Gender representation in online reviews of video games
JD Ivory
Mass Communication & Society 9 (1), 103-114, 2006
2972006
More than stories with buttons: Narrative, mechanics, and context as determinants of player experience in digital games
M Elson, J Breuer, JD Ivory, T Quandt
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 521-542, 2014
692014
Gendered relationships on television: Portrayals of same-sex and heterosexual couples
A Holz Ivory, R Gibson, JD Ivory
Mass Communication and Society 12 (2), 170-192, 2009
632009
Video games make people violent—Well, maybe not that game: Effects of content and person abstraction on perceptions of violent video games' effects and support of censorship
JD Ivory, S Kalyanaraman
Communication Reports 22 (1), 1-12, 2009
542009
Good clean fun? A content analysis of profanity in video games and its prevalence across game systems and ratings
JD Ivory, D Williams, N Martins, M Consalvo
CyberPsychology & Behavior 12 (4), 457-460, 2009
482009
Digital games research: A survey study on an emerging field and its prevalent debates
T Quandt, J Van Looy, J Vogelgesang, M Elson, JD Ivory, M Consalvo, ...
Journal of Communication 65 (6), 975-996, 2015
442015
The virtual doppelganger: Effects of a virtual reality simulator on perceptions of schizophrenia
DL Penn, JD Ivory, A Judge
The Journal of nervous and mental disease 198 (6), 437-443, 2010
362010
It's easy being green: The effects of argument and imagery on consumer responses to green product packaging
JA Spack, VE Board, LM Crighton, PM Kostka, JD Ivory
Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture 6 (4), 441-458, 2012
352012
Awareness of risk factors for digital game addiction: interviewing players and counselors
J Kneer, D Rieger, JD Ivory, C Ferguson
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction 12 (5), 585-599, 2014
312014
School shootings: Mediatized violence in a global age
GW Muschert, J Sumiala
Emerald Group Publishing, 2012
312012
Sex role stereotyping is hard to kill: A field experiment measuring social responses to user characteristics and behavior in an online multiplayer first-person shooter game
AH Ivory, J Fox, TF Waddell, JD Ivory
Computers in Human Behavior 35, 148-156, 2014
302014
You can't take it with you? Effects of handheld portable media consoles on physiological and psychological responses to video game and movie content
JD Ivory, RG Magee
Cyberpsychology & behavior 12 (3), 291-297, 2009
302009
Genetic, maternal, school, intelligence, and media use predictors of adult criminality: A longitudinal test of the catalyst model in adolescence through early adulthood
CJ Ferguson, JD Ivory, KM Beaver
Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma 22 (5), 447-460, 2013
292013
Celebrity and politics: Effects of endorser credibility and sex on voter attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors
DT Morin, JD Ivory, M Tubbs
The social science journal 49 (4), 413-420, 2012
292012
White man’s virtual world: A systematic content analysis of gender and race in massively multiplayer online games
TF Waddell, JD Ivory, R Conde, C Long, R McDonnell
Journal For Virtual Worlds Research 7 (2), 2014
252014
Video games as a multifaceted medium: A review of quantitative social science research on video games and a typology of video game research approaches
JD Ivory
Review of Communication Research 1, 31-68, 2013
252013
Video games and the elusive search for their effects on children: An assessment of twenty years of research
JD Ivory
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication's Annual …, 2001
242001
Enhanced information scent, selective discounting, or consummate breakdown: The psychological effects of web-based search results
S Kalyanaraman, JD Ivory
Media Psychology 12 (3), 295-319, 2009
212009
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