Philip Palmgreen mainly focuses on Social psychology, Sensation seeking, Television viewing, Clinical psychology and Mass media. Many of his studies on Social psychology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Value. His study looks at the relationship between Sensation seeking and fields such as Psychometrics, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His work carried out in the field of Television viewing brings together such families of science as Interpersonal competence, Interpersonal relationship and News media. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Value, Health communication and Sensation. His research in Mass media intersects with topics in Social marketing, Public broadcasting and Gratification.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Scale, Sensation seeking, Mass media and Public service. His research integrates issues of Test and Cognition in his study of Social psychology. His Sensation seeking study combines topics in areas such as Developmental psychology, Substance abuse, Clinical psychology and Sensation.
His work on Impulsivity as part of general Developmental psychology study is frequently linked to Condom and Risk factor, bridging the gap between disciplines. Philip Palmgreen interconnects Value and Value in the investigation of issues within Sensation. His Public service research includes themes of Recall, Health communication and Behavior change.
His primary scientific interests are in Scale, Social psychology, Data science, Environmental science and Applied psychology. Scale overlaps with fields such as Industrial engineering, Cognitive psychology, Econometrics, Television viewing and Multimedia in his research. His study on Interpersonal communication and Feeling is often connected to Immediacy and Interpersonal attraction as part of broader study in Social psychology.
His Data science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Relational communication, Self-disclosure and Family communication. He integrates many fields, such as Environmental science, Climatology, Remote sensing, Marine engineering, Meteorology and Source credibility, in his works. Philip Palmgreen regularly ties together related areas like Communication apprehension in his Applied psychology studies.
Philip Palmgreen mostly deals with Scale, Data science, Family medicine, Health communication and Public relations. Throughout his Scale studies, Philip Palmgreen incorporates elements of other sciences such as Industrial engineering, Television viewing, Statistical physics, Parasocial interaction and Multimedia. Family medicine is integrated with Satisfaction questionnaire, Association and International communication in his research.
His studies deal with areas such as Public service, Value, Sensation, Advertising and Sensation seeking as well as Health communication. He combines Public service and Health promotion in his studies. The various areas that he examines in his Public relations study include Mental health, Program evaluation and Mass media.
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Reliability and validity of a brief measure of sensation seeking
Rick H Hoyle;Michael T Stephenson;Philip Palmgreen;Elizabeth Pugzles Lorch.
Personality and Individual Differences (2002)
Communication Research Measures: A Sourcebook
Rebecca B. Rubin;Philip Palmgreen;Howard E. Sypher.
Brief measures of sensation seeking for screening and large-scale surveys
Michael T Stephenson;Rick H Hoyle;Philip Palmgreen;Michael D Slater.
Drug and Alcohol Dependence (2003)
Television campaigns and adolescent marijuana use: tests of sensation seeking targeting.
Philip Palmgreen;Lewis Donohew;Elizabeth Pugzles Lorch;Rick H. Hoyle.
American Journal of Public Health (2001)
Media gratifications research : current perspectives
Karl Erik Rosengren;Lawrence A. Wenner;Philip Palmgreen.
Relations Between Gratifications Sought and Obtained A Study of Television News
Philip Palmgreen;Lawrence A. Wenner;J.D. Rayburn.
Communication Research (1980)
Uses and Gratifications: A Theoretical Perspective
Annals of the International Communication Association (1984)
A 10-Year Systematic Review of HIV/AIDS Mass Communication Campaigns: Have We Made Progress?
Seth M Noar;Philip Palmgreen;Melissa Chabot;Nicole Dobransky.
Journal of Health Communication (2009)
Development and validation of a parasocial interaction measure: The audience‐persona interaction scale
Philip J. Auter;Philip Palmgreen.
Communication Research Reports (2000)
GRATIFICATIONS SOUGHT AND MEDIA EXPOSURE An Expectancy Value Model
Philip Palmgreen;J. D. Rayburn.
Communication Research (1982)
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