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Media Induced Recovery: The Effects of Positive Versus Negative Media Stimuli on Recovery Experience, Cognitive Performance, and Vitality

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Recent research found that interactive media contribute to the satisfaction of recovery needs by leading to higher energetic arousal, a better cognitive performance and a higher experience of recovery. This function of entertaining media has however not been tested for non-interactive media. The present investigation addressed the satisfaction of recovery needs through the use of non-interactive media with opposing affective valences (positive vs. negative). The results demonstrate that non-interactive entertainment media also contribute to a recovery experience. Movies with positive vs. negative affective valences lead to different patterns of recovery: Both yielded a significantly higher recovery experience and a better cognitive performance than a non-media control condition. In addition, movies with a negative valence lead to more involvement and more energetic arousal. The findings are discussed in terms of their implications for research on the recovery effects of interactive and non-interactive media, especially concerning different their affective valences.

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Rieger, Diana., Reinecke, Leonard., Kneer, Julia., Frischlich, Lena. and Bente, Gary. "Media Induced Recovery: The Effects of Positive Versus Negative Media Stimuli on Recovery Experience, Cognitive Performance, and Vitality" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Hilton Metropole Hotel, London, England, Jun 17, 2013 <Not Available>. 2018-08-31 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p638353_index.html>

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Rieger, D. , Reinecke, L. , Kneer, J. , Frischlich, L. and Bente, G. , 2013-06-17 "Media Induced Recovery: The Effects of Positive Versus Negative Media Stimuli on Recovery Experience, Cognitive Performance, and Vitality" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, Hilton Metropole Hotel, London, England Online <APPLICATION/X-COREMEDIA-DYNAMIC>. 2018-08-31 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p638353_index.html

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Abstract: Recent research found that interactive media contribute to the satisfaction of recovery needs by leading to higher energetic arousal, a better cognitive performance and a higher experience of recovery. This function of entertaining media has however not been tested for non-interactive media. The present investigation addressed the satisfaction of recovery needs through the use of non-interactive media with opposing affective valences (positive vs. negative). The results demonstrate that non-interactive entertainment media also contribute to a recovery experience. Movies with positive vs. negative affective valences lead to different patterns of recovery: Both yielded a significantly higher recovery experience and a better cognitive performance than a non-media control condition. In addition, movies with a negative valence lead to more involvement and more energetic arousal. The findings are discussed in terms of their implications for research on the recovery effects of interactive and non-interactive media, especially concerning different their affective valences.


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