Nicole Krämer
Nicole Krämer
Professor for Social Psychology - Media and Communication, University Duisburg-Essen
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Impression management 2.0: The relationship of self-esteem, extraversion, self-efficacy, and self-presentation within social networking sites
NC Krämer, S Winter
Journal of media psychology 20 (3), 106-116, 2008
Social comparison 2.0: Examining the effects of online profiles on social-networking sites
N Haferkamp, NC Krämer
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 14 (5), 309-314, 2011
Avatar-mediated networking: Increasing social presence and interpersonal trust in net-based collaborations
G Bente, S Rüggenberg, NC Krämer, F Eschenburg
Human communication research 34 (2), 287-318, 2008
Being with virtual others: Neural correlates of social interaction
L Schilbach, AM Wohlschlaeger, NC Kraemer, A Newen, NJ Shah, ...
Neuropsychologia 44 (5), 718-730, 2006
A conversational agent as museum guide–design and evaluation of a real-world application
S Kopp, L Gesellensetter, NC Krämer, I Wachsmuth
Intelligent Virtual Agents: 5th International Working Conference, IVA 2005 …, 2005
“It doesn’t matter what you are!” Explaining social effects of agents and avatars
AM Von der Pütten, NC Krämer, J Gratch, SH Kang
Computers in Human Behavior 26 (6), 1641-1650, 2010
To gamify or not to gamify? An experimental field study of the influence of badges on motivation, activity, and performance in an online learning course
E Kyewski, NC Krämer
Computers & Education 118, 25-37, 2018
The privacy paradox on social network sites revisited: The role of individual characteristics and group norms
S Utz, NC Krämer
Cyberpsychology: Journal of Psychosocial Research on Cyberspace 3 (2), 2008
An experimental study on emotional reactions towards a robot
AM Rosenthal-von der Pütten, NC Krämer, L Hoffmann, S Sobieraj, ...
International Journal of Social Robotics 5, 17-34, 2013
Verbal venting in the social web: Effects of anonymity and group norms on aggressive language use in online comments
L Rösner, NC Krämer
Social Media+ Society 2 (3), 2056305116664220, 2016
" We've bin watching you" designing for reflection and social persuasion to promote sustainable lifestyles
A Thieme, R Comber, J Miebach, J Weeden, N Kraemer, S Lawson, ...
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2012
Self-transcendent media experiences: Taking meaningful media to a higher level
MB Oliver, AA Raney, MD Slater, M Appel, T Hartmann, A Bartsch, ...
Journal of Communication 68 (2), 380-389, 2018
They came, they liked, they commented: Social influence on Facebook news channels
S Winter, C Brückner, NC Krämer
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (8), 431-436, 2015
Same same but different!? The differential influence of smilies and emoticons on person perception
T Ganster, SC Eimler, NC Krämer
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 15 (4), 226-230, 2012
Dangerous minds? Effects of uncivil online comments on aggressive cognitions, emotions, and behavior
L Rösner, S Winter, NC Krämer
Computers in Human Behavior 58, 461-470, 2016
How design characteristics of robots determine evaluation and uncanny valley related responses
AM Rosenthal-Von Der Pütten, NC Krämer
Computers in Human Behavior 36, 422-439, 2014
An agenda for open science in communication
T Dienlin, N Johannes, ND Bowman, PK Masur, S Engesser, AS Kümpel, ...
Journal of Communication 71 (1), 1-26, 2021
Investigations on empathy towards humans and robots using fMRI
AM Rosenthal-Von Der Pütten, FP Schulte, SC Eimler, S Sobieraj, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 33, 201-212, 2014
Psychosocial functions of social media usage in a disaster situation: A multi-methodological approach
G Neubaum, L Rösner, AM Rosenthal-von der Pütten, NC Krämer
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 28-38, 2014
Another brick in the Facebook wall–How personality traits relate to the content of status updates
S Winter, G Neubaum, SC Eimler, V Gordon, J Theil, J Herrmann, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 194-202, 2014
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