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-0.01 (0.02) -.05 / / Adjusted R² .11 .13 .12 .13 F for change 3.41*** 3.27* 0.26 0.73 Notes: Missing values are deleted listwise. For all models, N = 217. B ’s are unstandardized regression coefficients, β ’s are fully standardized regression coefficients. Standard errors ( SE ) are shown between brackets. Abbreviations are explained in Table 2. * p ≤ .05. ** p ≤ .01. *** p ≤ . 001.
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Figure 1 Conditional relationship between crime drama viewing and scary world evaluations as a function of viewers’ Need to Evaluate. Notes. Calculations of the point estimate and confidence bands are based on Model 3. Variables are mean-centered.
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1 The literature sometimes refers to online processing when discussing the ad-hoc construction of an answer to an attitude question (e.g., Kruglanski & Stroebe, 2005, p. 325). In the terminology of Hastie and Park (1986), however, this would be referred to as memory-based processing. As is common in the cultivation literature, we will adhere to the latter perspective and solely use ‘online’ when describing processes believed to occur during exposure to the information (i.e., during viewing).
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