Clare Grall
Clare Grall
Postdoctoral Scholar, Dartmouth College
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Using attribution theory to explain the affective dispositions of tireless moral monitors toward narrative characters
R Tamborini, C Grall, S Prabhu, M Hofer, E Novotny, L Hahn, B Klebig, ...
Journal of Communication 68 (5), 842-871, 2018
The effect of moral intuitions on decisions in video game play: The impact of chronic and temporary intuition accessibility
R Tamborini, ND Bowman, S Prabhu, L Hahn, B Klebig, C Grall, ...
New media & society 20 (2), 564-580, 2018
The representation of altruistic and egoistic motivations in children’s TV programming
R Tamborini, L Hahn, S Prabhu, B Klebig, C Grall
Communication Research Reports 34 (1), 58-67, 2017
The effect of behavioral synchrony with black or white virtual agents on outgroup trust
R Tamborini, E Novotny, S Prabhu, M Hofer, C Grall, B Klebig, LS Hahn, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 83, 176-183, 2018
The impact of terrorist attack news on moral intuitions and outgroup prejudice
R Tamborini, M Hofer, S Prabhu, C Grall, ER Novotny, L Hahn, B Klebig
Mass Communication and Society 20 (6), 800-824, 2017
The importance of altruistic versus egoistic motivations: A content analysis of conflicted motivations in children’s television programming
L Hahn, R Tamborini, S Prabhu, B Klebig, C Grall, D Pei
Communication Reports 30 (2), 67-79, 2017
Applying moral foundations theory to identify terrorist group motivations
L Hahn, R Tamborini, E Novotny, C Grall, B Klebig
Political Psychology 40 (3), 507-522, 2019
Marr’s tri-level framework integrates biological explanation across communication subfields
R Huskey, AC Bue, A Eden, C Grall, D Meshi, K Prena, R Schmälzle, ...
Journal of Communication 70 (3), 356-378, 2020
Leveraging the power of media to drive cognition: A media-informed approach to naturalistic neuroscience
C Grall, ES Finn
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 17 (6), 598-608, 2022
The representation of altruistic and egoistic motivations in popular music over 60 years
L Hahn, R Tamborini, B Klebig, E Novotny, C Grall, M Hofer, H Lee
Communication Studies 70 (1), 59-78, 2019
The coupled brains of captivated audiences
R Schmälzle, C Grall
Journal of Media Psychology, 2020
Reliability of fMRI time series: Similarity of neural processing during movie viewing
R Schmälzle, MA Imhof, C Grall, T Flaisch, HT Schupp
Biorxiv, 158188, 2017
Stories collectively engage listeners’ brains: Enhanced intersubject correlations during reception of personal narratives
C Grall, R Tamborini, R Weber, R Schmälzle
Journal of Communication 71 (2), 332-355, 2021
Mediated messages and synchronized brains
R Schmälzle, C Grall
The Handbook of Communication Science and Biology, 109-121, 2020
Narrative media’s emphasis on distinct moral intuitions alters early adolescents’ judgments
L Hahn, R Tamborini, S Prabhu, C Grall, E Novotny, B Klebig
Journal of Media Psychology, 2021
The ‘naturalistic’fallacy: Leveraging the power of media to drive cognition
C Grall, ES Finn
Psyarxiv, 2021
From pixels to media effects: A study of 600 brains watching a suspenseful movie
C Grall, R Schmaelzle
68th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association …, 2018
Neuroimaging in environmental communication research
R Schmälzle, S Wilcox, C Grall
The Handbook of International Trends in Environmental Communication, 437-448, 2021
Psychophysiological methods: Options, uses, and validity
R Schmälzle, C Grall
The international encyclopedia of media psychology, 1-8, 2020
Why do we like morally ambiguous characters? The ability of causal attributions to mediate character morality's impact on character appeal
C Grall
Michigan State University, 2015
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