New special issue on digital advertising and consumer empowerment
Cyberpsychology published a new special issue about the timely topic of digital advertising and consumer empowerment.
Guest editors of the issue were Liselot Hudders from Ghent University, Eva A. van Reijmersdal and Karolien Poels from University of Amsterdam. Their joint effort with authors and reviewers led to a collection of four interesting articles that are listed below.
Editorial: Digital advertising and consumer empowerment
Liselot Hudders, Eva A. van Reijmersdal, Karolien Poels
Protective behavior against personalized ads: Motivation to turn personalization off
Joanna Strycharz, Guda van Noort, Edith Smit, Natali Helberger
Insights in adolescents’ advertising literacy, perceptions and responses regarding sponsored influencer videos and disclosures
Sophia van Dam, Eva van Reijmersdal
Serious games going beyond the Call of Duty: Impact of an advertising literacy mini-game platform on adolescents’ motivational outcomes through user experiences and learning outcomes
Steffi De Jans, Liselot Hudders, Laura Herrewijn, Klara van Geit, Veroline Cauberghe
Discourse analysis of online product reviews: A discussion of digital consumerism and culture
Haseon Park, Joonghwa Lee
New report: User testing of mobile banking authentication methods
This report summarizes the results of an applied research project focused on the user-friendliness of selected authentication methods, specifically for verifying a person’s identity in digital communication. The project was funded by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic and conducted in cooperation with AHEAD iTec, s.r.o.
Drive for thinness among women visiting health-oriented websites
Nikol Kvardová, Hana Macháčková, and David Šmahel published a new study The Direct and Indirect Effects of Online Social Support, Neuroticism, and Web Content Internalization on the Drive for Thinness among Women Visiting Health-Oriented Websites in the prestegious International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
EU Kids Online 2020 report is here!
On the occasion of the international Safer Internet Day, we are publishing the EU Kids Online 2020 research report. The report sums up the results of an extensive research that mapped online behaviour of children aged 9-16 years old in 19 countries. Over 25 thousand children took part in this unique research, making it the biggest endeavour of its kind in the world.
ySKILLS/Youth Skills project is taking off
We are very proud to announce the kick-off of ySKILLS or Youth Skills, a H2020 project that will be carried out during the next four years by an interdisciplinary consortium of 15 research teams from 13 countries in Europe.