Dr. Tilo Hartmann



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Tilo Hartmann is currently an Associate Professor at the VU University Amsterdam. He studied Communication Science and obtained his PhD in 2005 at the University of Music, Drama and Media Hanover. He has worked at the Annenberg School for Communication at University of Southern California Los Angeles, and communication departments at the University of Erfurt, and University of Zurich. His research focuses on media use (selective exposure, experience, effects), and includes research on the hostile media bias, parasocial interaction, and media realism. He has published in major scientific journals of the field (e.g., Journal of Communication, Human Communication Research, Media Psychology), and several books, including "Media Choice: A theoretical and empirical overview." Tilo Hartmann served as member of the editorial boards of “Journal of Communication”, “Media Psychology”, “Human Communication Research”, as elected vice-chair of the “Audience and Reception Studies Division” of the German Communication Association DGPuK, as a vice-hair of ECREA's audience and reception studies division, and as secretary of ICA's game studies interest group.

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Specialisatie

  • Gaming/games
  • Moraliteit
  • Mediumkeuze
  • Interactie
  • Massamedia
  • Parasociale interactie
  • Entertainment
  • Realisme
  • Vermaak

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Huidig onderzoek

  • Media realism and illusions (parasocial interaction, video game experience, presence)     
  • Media choice
  • Hostile-Media Effect 
  • Health Communication (e.g.,Communication in Times of an Outbreak, EUFP7 project, check here for more details: ECOM) 
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Huidig onderwijs

  • Communication Classics (Communicatieklassiekers; BA class)
  • Media Entertainment (BA class)
  • Individual Processing (BA class)
  • Essentials of Media Psychology (MA class, Media Psychology track)
  • Problematic and Beneficial Effects of Media Use (MA class, Media Psychology track)

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Publicaties

Artikelen in tijdschriften
  • Te Poel, F., Hartmann, T., Baumgartner, S.E., & Tanis, M. (in press). A psychometric evaluation of the dutch short health anxiety inventory in the general population. Psychological Assessment. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pas0000332
  • Bartsch, A. & Hartmann, T. (in press). The role of cognitive and affective challenge in entertainment experience. Communication Research.
  • Te Poel, F., Baumgartner, S.E., Hartmann, T., & Tanis, M. (2016). The curious case of cyberchondria: A longitudinal study on the reciprocal relationship between health anxiety and online health information seeking. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 43, 32–40.
  • Sungur, H., Hartmann, T., & van Koningsbruggen, G.M. (2016). Abstract mindsets increase believability of spatially distant online messages. Frontiers in Psychology, 7(1056), doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01056.
  • Tanis, M., Hartmann, T., & te Poel, F. (2016) Online health anxiety and consultation satisfaction: A quantitative exploratory study on their relations. Patient Education & Counseling, 99(7), 1227-1232 .
  • Klemm, C., Das, E.A.,& Hartmann, T. (2016). Swine flu and hype: A systematic review of media dramatization of the H1N1 influenza pandemic. Journal of Risk Research, 19(1), 1-20.
  • Hartmann, T., Wirth, W., Schramm, H., Klimmt, C., Vorderer, P., Gysbers, A., Böcking, S., Ravaja, N., Laarni, J., Saari, T., Gouveia, F., & Sacau, A. (2016). The spatial presence experience scale (SPES): A short self-report measure for diverse media settings. Journal of Media Psychology. 28(1), 1-15.
  • Dibble, J.L., Hartmann, T. & Rosaen, S.F. (2016). Parasocial interaction and parasocial relationship: Conceptual clarification and a critical assessment of measures. Human Communication Research, 42(1), 21-44.
  • Dibble, J.L., Hartmann, T., & Rosaen, S.F. (in press). Parasocial interaction and parasocial relationship: Conceptual clarification and a critical assessment of measures. Manuscript accepted for publication in Human Communication Research. Link to article (online first)
  • Bartsch, A. & Hartmann, T. (in press). The role of cognitive and affective challenge in entertainment experience. Manuscript accepted for publication in Communication Research. Link to article (online first)
  • Hartmann, T., Wirth, W., Schramm, H., Klimmt, C., Vorderer, P., Gysbers, A., Böcking, S., Ravaja, N., Laarni, J., Saari, T., Gouveia, F., & Sacau, A. (in press). The Spatial Presence Experience Scale (SPES): A short self-report measure for diverse media settings. Manuscript accepted for publication in Journal of Media Psychology. Link to article (online first)
  • Hartmann, T., Möller, I., & Krause, C. (in press). Factors underlying male and female use of violent video games. Manuscript accepted for publication in New Media & Society. Link to article (online first)
  • Klemm, C., Das, E.A.,& Hartmann, T. (in press). Swine flu and hype: A systematic review of media dramatization of the H1N1 influenza pandemic. Manuscript accepted for publication in Journal of Risk Research. Link to article (online first)
  • Tanis, M., Beukeboom, C.J., Hartmann, T., & Vermeulen, I.E. (2015). Phantom phone signals: An investigation into the prevalence and predictors of imagined cell phone signals. Computers in Human Behavior, 51, 356–362. Link to article
  • Reinecke, L., Hartmann, T., & Eden, A.L. (2014). The guilty couch potato: The role of ego-depletion in reducing recovery through media use. Journal of Communication, 64(4), 569-589. Link to article (journal)
  • Hartmann, T., Krakowiak, K.M., & Tsay-Vogel, M. (2014). How violent video games communicate violence: A literature review and content analysis of moral disengagement factors. Communication Monographs, 81(3), 310-332. Link to article (fulltext) / Link to codebook used in content analysis
  • Hartmann, T. & Tanis, M. (2013). Examining the hostile media effect as an intergroup phenomenon: The role of ingroup identification and status. Journal of Communication, 63(3), 535-555. doi: 10.1111/jcom.12031. Link to article
  • Oliver, M.B., Hartmann, T., & Woolley, J. (2012). Elevation in response to entertainment portrayals of moral virtue. Human Communication Research, 38, 360–378. 10.1111/j.1468-2958.2012.01427.x Link to article
  • Hartmann, T., Jung, Y., & Vorderer, P. (2012). What’s determining video game use? The impact of users’ habits, addictive tendencies, and intentions to play. Journal of Media Psychology, 24(1), 19–30. DOI: 10.1027/1864-1105/a000059 Link to article
  • Das, E., Vonkeman, C., & Hartmann, T. (2012). Mood as a resource in dealing with health recommendations: How mood affects information processing and acceptance of quit-smoking messages. Psychology and Health, 27(1), 116-127. Link to article
  • Hartmann, T., & Goldhoorn, C. (2011). Horton and Wohl revisited: Exploring viewers’ experience of parasocial interaction. Journal of Communication, 61, 1104-1121. Link to article
  • Baumgartner, S. E. & Hartmann, T. (2011). The role of health anxiety in online health information search. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 14(10), 613-618, Doi:10.1089/cyber.2010.0425. Link to article
  • Hartmann, T. (2011). Not so moral moral responses to media entertainment? Journal of Media Psychology, 23(1), 24-28. Link to article
  • Hartmann, T., Toz, E., & Brandon, M. (2010). Just a game? Unjustified virtual violence produces guilt in empathetic players. Media Psychology, 14(1), 339 — 363. Link to article
  • Oliver, M. B. & Hartmann, T. (2010). Exploring the role of meaningful experiences in users’ appreciation of “good movies”. Projections, 4(2), 128-150. Link to article
  • Hartmann, T. & Vorderer, P. (2010). It’s okay to shoot a character. Moral disengagement in violent video games. Journal of Communication, 60, 94-119. Link to article
  • Schramm, H. & Hartmann, T. (2008). The PSI-Process Scales. A new measure to assess the intensity and breadth of parasocial processes. Communications - The European Journal of Communication Research, 33, 385-401. Link to article
  • Sacau, A., Laarni, J., & Hartmann, T. (2008). Influence of individual factors on presence. Computers in Human Behavior, 24, 2255 – 2273. Link to article
  • Hartmann, T., Stuke, D., & Daschmann, G. (2008). Parasocial relationships with drivers affect suspense in racing sport spectators. Journal of Media Psychology, 20(1), 24 - 34. Link to article
  • Klimmt, C., Hartmann, T., & Frey, A. (2007). Effectance and control as determinants of video game enjoyment. Cyberpsychology and Behavior, 10(6), 845 - 847. Link to article
  • Wirth, W., Hartmann, T., Boecking, S., Vorderer, P., Klimmt, P., Schramm, H., Saari, T., Laarni, J., Ravaja, N., Gouveia, F. R., Biocca, F., Gouveia, L. B., Rebeiro, N., Sacau, A., Jäncke, L., Baumgartner T., & Jäncke, P. (2007). A Process Model of the Formation of Spatial Presence Experiences. Media Psychology, 9, 493-525. Link to article
  • Hartmann, T. & Klimmt, C. (2006). Gender and Computer Games: Exploring Females' Dislikes. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 11(4), article 2. Available: Link to article (July 2006).
  • Klimmt, C., Schmid, H., Nosper, A., Hartmann, T. & Vorderer, P. (2006). How players manage moral concerns to make video game violence enjoyable. Communications: The European Journal of Communication Research, 31(3), 309-328. Link to article
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Boeken
  • Hartmann, T. (2010). Parasoziale Interaktionen und Beziehungen [Parasocial interactions and relationships]. Baden-Baden: Nomos. [Link to publisher]
  • Hartmann, T. (Ed). (2009). Media Choice: A theoretical and empirical overview. New York: Routledge. Link to reseller Read an example chapter here
  • Hartmann, T. (2006). Die Auswahl unterhaltsamer Medienangebote am Beispiel von Computerspielen: Struktur und Ursachen [Selective exposure to entertainment media].Köln:von Halem. Link to reseller
  Parasoziale Interaktionen und Beziehungen  Media Choice Die Auswahl unterhaltsamer Medienangebote

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  Boekhoofdstukken
  • Van Koningsbruggen, G.M., Hartmann, T. & Du, J. (in press). Always on? Explicating impulsive influences on media use. In P. Vorderer, D. Hefner, L. Reinecke, & C. Klimmt (eds.), Permanently Online, Permanently Connected. New York: Routledge.
  • Hartmann, T. (2016). Parasocial interaction and parasocial relationships. In . L. Reinecke & M.B. Oliver (Eds.)., The Routledge Handbook of Media Use and Well-Being (pp. 131-144). New York: Routledge.
  • Eden, A., Hartmann, T & Reinecke, L. (2015). Tuning in versus zoning out: The role of ego-depletion in selective exposure to challenging media. In H. Wang (Ed.) (2015). Communication and "the good life" (International Communication Association Theme Book Series, Vol. 2), pp. 107-126. New York et al.: Peter Lang.
  • Hartmann, T. (in press). Horton und Wohls "Intimacy at a distance". In M. Pothoff (Ed.), Schlüsselwerke der Medienwirkungsforschung [Seminal essays in media effect studies]. Wiesbaden: Springer VS.
  • Hartmann, T., Wirth, W., Vorderer, P., Klimmt, C., Schramm, H. & Böcking, S. (in press). Spatial Presence Theory: State of the art and challenges ahead. In M. Lombard, F. Biocca, J. Freeman, W. IJsselsteijn, & R.J. Schaevitz (Eds.), Immersed in Media. Telepresence Theory, Measurement, & Technology. Cham: Springer.
  • Laarni, J., Ravaja, N., Saari, T., Böcking, S., Hartmann, T. & Schramm, H. (in press). Ways to measure presence: Review and future directions. In M. Lombard, F. Biocca, J. Freeman, W. IJsselsteijn, & R.J. Schaevitz (Eds.), Immersed in Media. Telepresence Theory, Measurement, & Technology. Cham: Springer.
  • Oliver, M.B., Bartsch, A., & Hartmann, T. (2014). Negative emotions and the meaningful sides of media entertainment. In Parrott, W.G. (Ed.). The positive side of negative emotions (pp. 224 - 246).New York: Guilford Press. Link to reseller
  • Hartmann, T., & Reinecke, L. (2013). Skalenkonstruktion in der Kommunikationswissenschaft (Scale development in Communication Science). In W. Möhring & D. Schlütz (eds.), Handbuch standardisierte Erhebungsmethoden der Kommunikationswissenschaft. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag.
  • Hartmann, T. (2013). Media entertainment as a result of recreation and psychological growth. In E. Scharrer (Eds.), Media Effects/Media Psychology, Vol.  5. The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies (pp. 170-188), A. Valdivia (Gen. Ed.). Boston, MA: Wiley-Blackwell. Link to chapter
  • Hartmann, T. (2012). Moral disengagement during exposure to media violence. In R. Tamborini (Ed.). Media and the moral mind (pp. 109-131). New York: Routledge. Link to chapter
  • Hartmann, T. (2011). Players’ experiential and rational processing of virtual violence. In S. Malliet & K. Poels (Eds.), Vice City Virtue. Moral Issues in Digital Game Play (pp. 135-150). Leuven: Acco.Link to chapter
  • Hartmann, T. (2011). Is virtual violence a morally problematic behaviour? In K. Cornelius & D. Herrmann (Eds.), Virtual worlds and criminality (pp. 31-44). Heidelberg: Springer.
  • Hartmann, T., Klimmt, C., & Vorderer, P. (2010). Telepresence and entertainment. In C. Bracken & P. Skalski (Eds.), Immersed in media. Telepresence in everyday life (pp. 137-157). New York: Routledge. Link to chapter Link to reseller
  • Vorderer, P. & Hartmann, T. (2009). Entertainment as media effect. In J. Bryant & M.B. Oliver (eds.), Media Effects (3rd edition, pp. 532 - 550). New York: Routledge. Link to chapter Link to reseller
  • Hartmann, T. (2008). Parasocial Interactions and New Media Characters. In E. A. Konijn, S. Utz, M. Tanis, & S. Barnes (Eds.). Mediated Interpersonal Communication (pp. 177-199). Mahwah, NJ.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Link to reseller
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Overige academische activiteiten

  • Editorial activities: Editorial board member Journal of Communication (2007-2016), Human Communication Research (since 2011), Media Psychology (since 2007), Co-editor of German book series „Unterhaltungsforschung“ (Entertainment research; Von-Halem Verlag, Cologne) (since 2006) and “Rezeptionsforschung” (Media effects research, Nomos Verlag, Baden-Baden) (since 2011)   
  • Engagement in associations: Vice-chair of the “Audience and Reception Studies Division” of the German Communication Association DGPuK (2011-2015), Secretary of ICA's Games Studies Interest Group (2009-2011), Vice-chair of the “Audience and Reception Studies Division” of the European Communication Research and Education Association, ECREA (2006 – 2008)
  • Memberships: International Communication Association (ICA), Dutch Communication Association (NESCOR), German Communication Association (DGPuK)      

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