Heather L. LaMarre
Heather L. LaMarre
Associate Professor, Communication and Social Influence Temple University
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The irony of satire: Political ideology and the motivation to see what you want to see in The Colbert Report
HL LaMarre, KD Landreville, MA Beam
The International Journal of Press/Politics 14 (2), 212-231, 2009
3682009
When is fiction as good as fact? Comparing the influence of documentary and historical reenactment films on engagement, affect, issue interest, and learning
HL LaMarre, KD Landreville
Mass Communication and Society 12 (4), 537-555, 2009
1172009
Tweeting democracy? Examining Twitter as an online public relations strategy for congressional campaigns’
HL LaMarre, Y Suzuki-Lambrecht
Public relations review 39 (4), 360-368, 2013
872013
The influence of late-night TV comedy viewing on political talk: A moderated-mediation model
KD Landreville, RL Holbert, HL LaMarre
The International Journal of Press/Politics 15 (4), 482-498, 2010
742010
Humor works in funny ways: Examining satirical tone as a key determinant in political humor message processing
HL LaMarre, KD Landreville, D Young, N Gilkerson
Mass Communication and Society 17 (3), 400-423, 2014
702014
Facebook politics: Toward a process model for achieving political source credibility through social media
EE Housholder, HL LaMarre
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 11 (4), 368-382, 2014
542014
Breaking boundaries| when parody and reality collide: Examining the effects of colbert’s super pac satire on issue knowledge and policy engagement across media formats
H LaMarre
International Journal of Communication 7, 20, 2013
442013
Ability matters: Testing the differential effects of political news and late-night political comedy on cognitive responses and the role of ability in micro-level opinion formation
HL LaMarre, W Walther
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 25 (3), 303-322, 2013
352013
Political social media engagement: Comparing campaign goals with voter behavior
E Housholder, HL LaMarre
Public Relations Review 41 (1), 138-140, 2015
282015
Does the music matter? Examining differential effects of music genre on support for ethnic groups
HL LaMarre, S Knobloch-Westerwick, GJ Hoplamazian
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 56 (1), 150-167, 2012
232012
Working through political entertainment: How negative emotion and narrative engagement encourage political discussion intent in young Americans
KD Landreville, HL LaMarre
Communication Quarterly 59 (2), 200-220, 2011
222011
Fanning the flames of a partisan divide: Debate viewing, vote choice, and perceptions of vote count accuracy
RL Holbert, HL LaMarre, KD Landreville
Communication Research 36 (2), 155-177, 2009
182009
Examining the intertextuality of fictional political comedy and real-world political news
KD Landreville, HL LaMarre
Media Psychology 16 (3), 347-369, 2013
112013
Peer Reviewed: A 16-Month Community-Based Intervention to Increase Aspirin Use for Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease
NC Oldenburg, S Duval, RV Luepker, JR Finnegan, H LaMarre, ...
Preventing chronic disease 11, 2014
92014
Political entertainment media and the elaboration likelihood model: A focus on the roles of motivation and ability
HL LaMarre
The Ohio State University, 2009
62009
Satirical narrative processing: Examining the roles of character liking and media enjoyment on narrative-consistent attitudes
HL LaMarre, C Grill
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 31 (1), 142-160, 2019
22019
Strategic Storytelling: Narrative Messaging in Entertainment and Emergent Media
HL LaMarre
Strategic Communication, 32-53, 2016
22016
Political entertainment: Historical traditions and contemporary genres
H LaMarre
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication, 2015
22015
Expanding the Use of Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) in Political Communication
RL Holbert, HL LaMarre
The Sourcebook for Political Communication Research: Methods, Measures, and …, 2014
22014
A normative assessment of 2016 political convention speech exposure: Perceived political threats and anticipated general election legitimacy
RL Holbert, BW Hardy, HL LaMarre
American Behavioral Scientist 61 (4), 379-400, 2017
12017
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