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Article

Halfmann, Annabell ORCID: 0000-0001-5073-9709 ; Meier, Adrian ORCID: 0000-0002-8191-2962 ; Reinecke, Leonard (2021) Too much or too little messaging? Situational determinants of guilt about mobile messaging. Open Access Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication : JCMC Oxford [u.a.] tba 1-19 [Article]
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Sonnentag, Sabine ; Reinecke, Leonard ; Mata, Jutta ORCID: 0000-0003-2498-5054 ; Vorderer, Peter (2018) Feeling interrupted - being responsive: How online messages related to affect at work. Journal of Organizational Behavior : OB Chichester 39 3 369-383 [Article]

Reinecke, Leonard ; Klimmt, Christoph ; Meier, Adrian ORCID: 0000-0002-8191-2962 ; Reich, Sabine ; Hefner, Dorothée ; Knop-Huelss, Katharina ; Rieger, Diana ; Vorderer, Peter (2018) Permanently online and permanently connected: Development and validation of the Online Vigilance Scale. Open Access PLOS ONE San Francisco, CA 13 10 e0205384 [Article]
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Vorderer, Peter (2015) Der mediatisierte Lebenswandel : Permanently online, permanently connected. Publizistik Wiesbaden 60 3 259-276 [Article]

Vorderer, Peter ; Reinecke, Leonard (2015) From mood to meaning: The changing model of the user in entertainment research. Communication Theory Hoboken, NJ 25 4 447-453 [Article]

Reinecke, Leonard ; Vorderer, Peter ; Knop-Huelss, Katharina (2014) Entertainment 2.0? The role of intrinsic and extrinsic need satisfaction for the enjoyment of Facebook use. Journal of Communication Oxford 64 3 417-438 [Article]

Trepte, Sabine ; Reinecke, Leonard (2011) The pleasures of success: Game-related efficacy experiences as a mediator between player performance and game enjoyment. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking New Rochelle, NY 14 9 555-557 [Article]

Tamborini, Ronald ; Grizzard, Matthew ; Bowman, Nicholas David ; Reinecke, Leonard ; Lewis, Robert J. ; Eden, Allison (2011) Media enjoyment as need satisfaction: The contribution of hedonic and nonhedonic needs. Journal of Communication Oxford 61 6 1025-1042 [Article]

Reinecke, Leonard ; Klatt, Jennifer ; Krämer, Nicole (2011) Entertaining media use and the satisfaction of recovery needs: Recovery outcomes associated with the use of interactive and non-interactive entertaining media. Media Psychology Philadelphia, PA 14 2 192-215 [Article]

Trepte, Sabine ; Reinecke, Leonard (2010) Avatar creation and video game enjoyment: Effects of life-satisfaction, game competitiveness, and identification with the avatar. Journal of Media Psychology Göttingen 22 4 171-184 [Article]

Book

Vorderer, Peter ; Hefner, Dorothée ; Reinecke, Leonard ; Klimmt, Christoph (2018) Permanently online, permanently connected : living and communicating in a POPC world. New York ; London [Book]

Trepte, Sabine ; Reinecke, Leonard (2011) Privacy online : Theoretical approaches and perspectives on the role of privacy in the Social Web. Berlin [u.a.] [Book]

Book chapter

Halfmann, Annabell ORCID: 0000-0001-5073-9709 ; Reinecke, Leonard (2021) Binge-watching as case of escapist entertainment use. Vorderer, Peter ; Klimmt, Christoph The Oxford handbook of entertainment theory New York, NY 181-203 [Book chapter]

Vorderer, Peter ; Hefner, Dorothée ; Reinecke, Leonard ; Klimmt, Christoph (2018) The permanently online and permanently connected mind: Mapping the cognitive structures behind mobile internet use. Vorderer, Peter Permanently online, permanently connected : living and communicating in a POPC world Reihe Rezeptionsforschung New York ; London 18-28 [Book chapter]

Vorderer, Peter ; Hefner, Dorothée ; Reinecke, Leonard ; Klimmt, Christoph (2018) Permanently online and permanently connected: A new paradigm in communication research? Vorderer, Peter Permanently online, permanently connected : living and communicating in a POPC world New York ; London 3-9 [Book chapter]

Schneider, Frank M. ORCID: 0000-0003-1028-0854 ; Reich, Sabine ; Reinecke, Leonard (2018) Methodological challenges of POPC for communication research. Vorderer, Peter Permanently online, permanently connected : living and communicating in a POPC world New York, NY ; London 29-39 [Book chapter]

Hefner, Dorothée ; Vorderer, Peter (2017) Digital stress: Permanent connectedness and media multitasking. Reinecke, Leonard The Routledge handbook of media use and well-being : international perspectives on theory and research on positive media effects New York ; London 237-249 [Book chapter]

Vorderer, Peter ; Reinecke, Leonard (2015) Exposure to communication content. Donsbach, Wolfgang The concise encyclopedia of communication Chichester [u.a.] 190-192 [Book chapter]

Vorderer, Peter ; Reinecke, Leonard (2012) Zwei-Prozess-Modelle des Unterhaltungserlebens: Unterhaltung im Schnittbereich hedonischer und non-hedonischer Bedürfnisbefriedigung. Reinecke, Leonard Unterhaltung in neuen Medien : Perspektiven zur Rezeption und Wirkung von Online-Medien und interaktiven Unterhaltungsformaten Unterhaltungsforschung Köln 7 12-29 [Book chapter]

Trepte, Sabine ; Reinecke, Leonard (2011) The Social Web as a shelter for privacy and authentic livingf tit Privacy online. Trepte, Sabine Privacy online : Perspectives on privacy and self-disclosure in the Social Web Berlin [u.a.] 61-73 [Book chapter]

Trepte, Sabine ; Reinecke, Leonard ; Behr, Katharina-Maria (2011) Playing myself or playing to win? Gamers’ strategies of avatar creation in terms of gender and sex. Ferdig, Richard E. Discoveries in gaming and computer-mediated simulations : New interdisciplinary applications Hershey, Pa. 329-352 [Book chapter]

Conference presentation

Halfmann, Annabell ORCID: 0000-0001-5073-9709 ; Meier, Adrian ORCID: 0000-0002-8191-2962 ; Reinecke, Leonard Too much or too little messaging? Situational determinants of guilt about mobile messenger usage. (2020) ICA 2020 - 70th Annual International Communication Association Conference (Online) [Conference presentation]

Halfmann, Annabell ORCID: 0000-0001-5073-9709 ; Meier, Adrian ORCID: 0000-0002-8191-2962 ; Reinecke, Leonard Trapped between self-control failure and norm violation: How users’ mobile messaging behavior during task engagement influences feelings of guilt. (2019) 11th Conference of the Media Psychology Division, German Psychological Society, DGPs (Chemnitz, Germany) [Conference presentation]

Review

Reinecke, Leonard (2011) Rezension zu: Kneidinger, Bernadette: Facebook und Co : Eine soziologische Analyse von Interaktionsformen in Online Social Networks. Wiesbaden, 2010. Medien & Kommunikationswissenschaft : M & K Baden-Baden 59 589-590 [Review]

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