Nicole Martins
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The virtual census: Representations of gender, race and age in video games
D Williams, N Martins, M Consalvo, JD Ivory
New media & society 11 (5), 815-834, 2009
A content analysis of female body imagery in video games
N Martins, DC Williams, K Harrison, RA Ratan
Sex roles 61, 824-836, 2009
Racial and gender differences in the relationship between children’s television use and self-esteem: A longitudinal panel study
N Martins, K Harrison
Communication Research 39 (3), 338-357, 2012
Communicating stigma: The pro-ana paradox
D Yeshua-Katz, N Martins
Health communication 28 (5), 499-508, 2013
Nothing to fear? An analysis of college students' fear experiences with video games
T Lynch, N Martins
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 59 (2), 298-317, 2015
Virtual muscularity: A content analysis of male video game characters
N Martins, DC Williams, RA Ratan, K Harrison
Body image 8 (1), 43-51, 2011
Children's and parents' fright reactions to kidnapping stories in the news
BJ Wilson, N Martins, AL Marske
Communication Monographs 72 (1), 46-70, 2005
Social aggression on television and its relationship to children's aggression in the classroom
N Martins, BJ Wilson
Human Communication Research 38 (1), 48-71, 2012
Playing by the rules: Parental mediation of video game play
N Martins, NL Matthews, RA Ratan
Journal of Family Issues 38 (9), 1215-1238, 2017
A content analysis of print news coverage of media violence and aggression research
N Martins, AJ Weaver, D Yeshua-Katz, NH Lewis, NE Tyree, JD Jensen
Journal of communication 63 (6), 1070-1087, 2013
Good clean fun? A content analysis of profanity in video games and its prevalence across game systems and ratings
JD Ivory, D Williams, N Martins, M Consalvo
Cyberpsychology & Behavior 12 (4), 457-460, 2009
The relationship between “teen mom” reality programming and teenagers' beliefs about teen parenthood
N Martins, RE Jensen
Mass Communication and Society 17 (6), 830-852, 2014
Mean on the screen: Social aggression in programs popular with children
N Martins, BJ Wilson
Journal of Communication 62 (6), 991-1009, 2012
Real ideal: Investigating how ideal and hyper-ideal video game bodies affect men and women
NL Matthews, T Lynch, N Martins
Computers in Human Behavior 59, 155-164, 2016
Mirroring the media: The relationship between media consumption, media internalization, and profile picture characteristics on Facebook
S Kapidzic, N Martins
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 59 (2), 278-297, 2015
A house divided: Parental disparity and conflict over media rules predict children's outcomes
ML Mares, L Stephenson, N Martins, AI Nathanson
Computers in Human Behavior 81, 177-188, 2018
Masculine pleasures as normalized practices: Character design in the video game industry
JE Tompkins, N Martins
Games and Culture 17 (3), 399-420, 2022
Effects of communication-debilitating illnesses and injuries on close relationships: A relational maintenance perspective
JJ Bute, E Donovan-Kicken, N Martins
Health Communication 21 (3), 235-246, 2007
Televised relational and physical aggression and children’s hostile intent attributions
N Martins
Journal of experimental child psychology 116 (4), 945-952, 2013
The role of media exposure on relational aggression: A meta-analysis
N Martins, A Weaver
Aggression and violent behavior 47, 90-99, 2019
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