Author: Tanvi Shah

Prof. Jim Cummings’ “screenomics” research featured in The New York Times

A New York Times article about the changing nature of our digital experiences cites a recently-published paper in Human-Computer Interaction co-authored by the CRC’s Jim Cummings. The concept of “screen time” has been long used to understand how—and for how long—individuals interact with their devices. But as more applications have become available to internet users, understanding people’s digital […]

Sarah Krongard and Prof. Mina Tsay-Vogel receive attention for research on binge-watching and attitude formation

With digital streaming platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime rapidly expanding their selections of original programming, there is no shortage of opportunities for television fans to “binge” their favorite dramas. But what are the effects of binge-watching behaviors, particularly when the content consumed features graphic violence? In their recently published scholarly article, Sarah Krongard […]