dr. (Julia) J. Kneer

dr. (Julia) J. Kneer

Assistant Professor Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication Department of Media and Communication
Location
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Room
M 8-50
Telephone
+31 10 4089186
Email
kneer@eshcc.eur.nl

Latest academic publication

R.S. Jacobs, S. Werning, J. Jansz & J. Kneer (2018, februari 9). Procedural Arguments of Persuasive Games: An Elaboration Likelihood Perspective. Ghent, 24 hours of Communication Science.

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Julia Kneer is Assistant Professor in the Department of Media and Communication at Erasmus University Rotterdam. Before moving here, she worked as a postdoc researcher and lecturer at the University of Cologne, Department of Social and Media, where she taught theoretical and methodical courses in Media, Social, and Organizational Psychology.

Julia studied Psychology at Saarland University from 1996 to 2001. From 2003 to 2008 she worked at the Department of Social Psychology (Prof. Wintermantel, head), Saarland University. In May 2006 she received her PhD in Social Psychology (“Causal Person Model”).

Her research focus lies on digital games, especially how digital games and players are perceived, generation differences, and digital game addiction. Further research interests include interactive and digital media in general, health communication, heavy metal music, music in movies, and social cognition. She has published in Computers in Human Behavior, Psychology of Popular Media Culture, Journal of Media Psychology, Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, Applied Psychology: Health and Well-Being, and Social Psychology. Julia is currently member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of Media Psychology. In addition, she is the current chair of the Games Studies Divison of the International Communication Association.

Current research projects are:

  • Homies: wijkgerichte op media gebaseerde identiteiten met empowermentstrategieën (together with Jeroen Jansz)
  • Urban Media Engagement (together with Jeroen Jansz and Liesbet van Zoonen)

Former projects:

  • The fogland game: creating and validating a paper prototype of a game to fight smokers’ needs for relaxation and social contacts (video)

Private homepage of Julia

 

 

      • J. Kneer (2017). Effect sizes. In Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods (pp. 406-408). London: SAGE
      • J. Kneer (2017). Range. In M..A. Allen (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods (pp. 1401-1402). London: SAGE
      • J. Kneer, S. Krolak-Schwerdt, M. Wintermantel & D. Renaud (2015). Eye movement measures to study the processing of social information. In S. Freyermuth, D. Keller & J.-F.P. Bonnot (Eds.), Semiotique du movement (pp. 329-354). Bern: Peter-Lange
      • J. Kneer, S. Krolak-Schwerdt, M. Wintermantel & N. Junker (2014). Reading about persons: The mental representation of person descriptions. In S.R. Nasato (Ed.), Advances in Social Cognition Research (pp. 329-354). Southport: NOVA Science Publishers
      • A. Oberts & J. Kneer (Eds.). (2015) In-Mind Magazin, 3.
      • A. Oberts & J. Kneer (Eds.). (2015) In-Mind Magazin, 5.
      • D. Rieger, J. Kneer & S. Glock (2012, september 26). Blond, thin, & dumb? Model casting shows. Bielefeld, 48 Fachgruppentagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Psychologie.
      • J. Kneer (2012, september 26). Activation and suppression of digital game related contents. Bielefeld, 48 Fachgruppentagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft fuer Psychologie.
      • J. Kneer, J. Jansz & M. Bas (2017). Develping and testing a serious games for smokers. 10th Conference of the Media Psychology Division of the DGPs: Landau, Germany.
      • J. Kneer, J. Jansz & M. Bas (2017). Creating a game for smokers and applying new methods to test its effectiveness. Etmaal2017: Tilburg, the Netherlands.
      • J. Breuer, N.D. Bowman, K. Kieslich, M. Elson, R. Kowert, J. Kneer, T. Quandt & A. Lange (2016). Grand theft morals: The role of cultural differences and moral views for the evaluation of violent and sexual content in video games. Paper presented at the ICA Game Studies Pre-Conference “Just Games?”: Tokyo, Japan.
      • N.D. Bowman, R. Kowert, J. Breuer, M. Elson, K. Kieslich, J. Kneer, T. Quandt, A. Lange & R. Lange (2016). “It’s too dirty for me, so it’s too dirty for the kids”: A cross-comparison of German and US gamers’ differential reactions to an explicitly sexual or violent video game. National Communication Association: Las Vegas, U.S..
      • J. Kneer, D. Munko & G. Bente (2013). Implicit Defense Strategies concerning First Person Shooter Games. 62th Annual International Communication Association Conference: Phoenix (2012, mei 25).
      • S. Shishechian, D. Rieger, J. Kneer & G. Bente (2013). Distraction from the negative emotion fear. 54th Conference of Experimentally Working Psychologists (TEAP): Mannheim (2012, april 2).
      • M. Elson, J. Breuer, J. Van Looy & J. Kneer (2012). Comparing apples and oranges? The effects of confounding factors in experimental research on digital games and aggression. 62th Annual International Communication Association Conference: Phoenix (2012, mei 25).
      • S. Hinz, D. Rieger, J. Kneer & G. Bente (2012). Limits of the emotion regulation of negative emotions. 54th Conference of Experimentally Working Psychologists (TEAP): Mannheim (2012, april 2).
  • Assistant Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of History, Culture and Communication
    Department
    Department of Media and Communication
    Country
    Nederland
    Telephone
    +31 10 4089186

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam