2007 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Ellen Wartella focuses on Advertising, Developmental psychology, Early childhood, Mass media and Electronic media. Many of her research projects under Advertising are closely connected to Injury prevention and Suicide prevention with Injury prevention and Suicide prevention, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Cognitive skill, Television viewing and Curriculum.
Her Early childhood research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Universal design, Public health, Multivariate analysis and Early childhood education. Her Mass media study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social science, Interactivity, Teaching method and Public relations. Her work deals with themes such as New media, Infants toddlers, Pediatrics and Gerontology, which intersect with Electronic media.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Advertising, Media studies, Social psychology and Mass media. Her work carried out in the field of Developmental psychology brings together such families of science as Cognitive development and Electronic media. Her Advertising study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Marketing.
Ellen Wartella mostly deals with Food marketing in her studies of Marketing. Ellen Wartella is involved in the study of Social psychology that focuses on Television viewing in particular.
Ellen Wartella spends much of her time researching Developmental psychology, Digital media, Advertising, Social media and Media studies. While working in this field, she studies both Developmental psychology and Comprehension. Her research integrates issues of Observational study and Mobile media in her study of Digital media.
Her research on Advertising frequently links to adjacent areas such as Nutrition Labeling. Her research in Social media intersects with topics in Mental health, Digital health and Internet privacy. Her Media studies research also works with subjects such as
Ellen Wartella mainly investigates Digital media, Human–computer interaction, Interactive technology, The Internet and Informal learning. Her studies examine the connections between Digital media and genetics, as well as such issues in Social media, with regards to Psychological intervention, Observational study and Environmental health. The Interactive technology study combines topics in areas such as Epistemology, Educational technology, Social psychology and Social environment.
Her The Internet research focuses on Content analysis and how it connects with Marketing. Her Marketing study deals with Phase intersecting with Advertising. Ellen Wartella undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Advertising and Wearable technology in her work.
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The Influence of Media Violence on Youth
Craig A. Anderson;Leonard Berkowitz;Edward I Donnerstein;L. Rowell Huesmann.
Psychological Science in the Public Interest (2003)
Zero to Six: Electronic Media in the Lives of Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers
Victoria J. Rideout;Elizabeth A. Vandewater;Ellen A. Wartella.
How Children Learn to Buy: The Development of Consumer Information-Processing Skills
Scott Ward;Daniel B. Wackman;Ellen Wartella.
MediaMaking: Mass Media in a Popular Culture
Lawrence Grossberg;Ellen Wartella;D. Charles Whitney.
Digital childhood: electronic media and technology use among infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.
Elizabeth A. Vandewater;Victoria J. Rideout;Ellen A. Wartella;Ellen A. Wartella;Xuan Huang.
Young children's screen time: The complex role of parent and child factors
Alexis R. Lauricella;Ellen Ann Wartella;Victoria J. Rideout.
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (2015)
Media and Young Children's Learning
Heather L. Kirkorian;Ellen A. Wartella;Daniel R. Anderson.
The Future of Children (2008)
Factors influencing digital technology use in early childhood education
Courtney K Blackwell;Alexis Re Lauricella;Ellen Ann Wartella.
Computers in Education (2014)
Children and computers: new technology--old concerns.
Ellen A. Wartella;Nancy Jennings.
The Future of Children (2000)
Historical Trends in Research on Children and the Media: 1900–1960
Ellen Wartella;Byron Reeves.
Journal of Communication (1985)
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