Russell B. Clayton
Russell B. Clayton
Associate Professor of Communication, Florida State University
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The extended iSelf: The impact of iPhone separation on cognition, emotion, and physiology
RB Clayton, G Leshner, A Almond
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (2), 119–135, 2015
Instagram and college women's body image: Investigating the roles of appearance-related comparisons and intrasexual competition
J Hendrickse, L Arpan, RB Clayton, JL Ridgway
Computers in Human Behavior 74 (9), 92-100, 2017
Cheating, breakup, and divorce: Is Facebook use to blame?
RB Clayton, A Nagurney, JR Smith
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking. 16 (10), 717-720, 2013
Instagram unfiltered: Exploring associations of body image satisfaction, Instagram #selfie posting, and negative romantic relationship outcomes
JL Ridgway, RB Clayton
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 19 (1), 2-7, 2016
Loneliness, anxiousness, and substance use as predictors of Facebook use
RB Clayton, RE Osborne, BK Miller, CD Oberle
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (3), 687-693, 2013
The third wheel: The impact of Twitter use on relationship infidelity and divorce
RB Clayton
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 17 (7), 425-430, 2014
Is plus size equal? The positive impacts of average and plus sized media fashion models on women's cognitive resource allocation, social comparisons, and body satisfaction
RB Clayton, JL Ridgway, J Hendrickse
Communication Monographs 84 (3), 406-422, 2017
Who fights, who flees? An integration of the LC4MP and psychological reactance theory
RB Clayton, A Lang, G Leshner, BL Quick
Media Psychology 22 (4), 545-571, 2019
Discard the smoking cues—keep the disgust: An investigation of tobacco smokers’ motivated processing of anti-tobacco commercials
RB Clayton, G Leshner, PD Bolls, E Thorson
Health Communication 32 (11), 1319-1330, 2017
Experimental effects of viewing thin and plus-size models in objectifying and empowering contexts on Instagram
J Hendrickse, RB Clayton, EC Ray, JL Ridgway, R Secharan
Health Communication 36 (11), 1417-1425, 2021
Feeling transcendent? Measuring psychophysiological responses to self-transcendent media content
RB Clayton, AA Raney, MB Oliver, D Neumann, SH Janicke-Bowles, ...
Media Psychology 24 (3), 359-384, 2021
Countering craving with disgust images: Examining nicotine withdrawn smokers’ motivated message processing of anti-tobacco public service announcements
RB Clayton, G Leshner, R Tomko, TJ Trull, TM Piasecki
Journal of Health Communication 22 (3), 254-261, 2017
The uncanny valley: The effects of rotoscope animation on motivational processing of depression drug messages
RB Clayton, G Leshner
Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media 59 (1), 57-75, 2015
When counterarguing becomes the primary task: Examination of dogmatic anti-vaping messages on psychological reactance, available cognitive resources, and memory
RB Clayton, G Leshner, A Sanders-Jackson, J Hendrickse
Journal of Communication 70 (4), 522-547, 2020
Smoking status matters: A direct comparison of smokers’ and nonsmokers’ psychophysiological and self-report responses to secondhand smoke anti-tobacco PSAs
RB Clayton, JR Keene, G Leshner, A Lang, RL Bailey
Health Communication 35 (8), 925-934, 2020
Deceived, disgusted, and defensive: Motivated processing of anti-tobacco advertisements
G Leshner, RB Clayton, PD Bolls, M Bhandari
Health Communication 33 (10), 1223 - 1232, 2018
On the use of beats-per-minute and interbeat interval in the analysis of cardiac responses to mediated messages
JR Keene, RB Clayton, CK Berke, T Loof, PD Bolls
Communication Research Reports 34 (3), 265-274, 2017
Smartphones, angst und stress
M Spitzer
Nervenheilkunde 34 (08), 591-600, 2015
On the psychophysiological and defensive nature of psychological reactance theory
RB Clayton
Journal of Communication 72 (4), 461-475, 2022
The limited capacity model of motivated mediated message processing: Meta-analytically summarizing two decades of research
R Huskey, S Wilcox, RB Clayton, JR Keene
Annals of the International Communication Association 44 (4), 322-349, 2020
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