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  1. Lost in a maze? On the philosophical problems with differential and i…

    Coenen, L. (2023). Lost in a maze? On the philosophical problems with differential and individual-level susceptibility in research on media effects. Paper presented at 73th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, Toronto, Canada.
  2. Strong-Form Frequentist Testing In Communication Science - Principles…

    Coenen, L., & Smits, T. (2022). Strong-Form Frequentist Testing In Communication Science: Principles, Opportunities, And Challenges. Communication Methods & Measures, 16(4), 237-265.
  3. The indirect effect is omitted variable bias. A cautionary note on th…

    Coenen, L. (2022). The indirect effect is omitted variable bias. A cautionary note on the theoretical interpretation of products-of-coefficients in mediation analyses. European Journal of Communication, 37(6), 679-688. Article 02673231221082244.
  4. Family technoference: Exploring parent mobile device distraction from…

    Meeus, A., Coenen, L., Eggermont, S., & Beullens, K. (2021). Family technoference: Exploring parent mobile device distraction from children’s perspectives. Mobile Media & Communication, 9(3), 584-604.
  5. Adapting the Selective Exposure Perspective to Algorithmically Govern…

    Slechten, L., Courtois, C., Coenen, L., & Zaman, B. (2021). Adapting the Selective Exposure Perspective to Algorithmically Governed Platforms: The Case of Google Search. Communication Research, Article 009365022110121.

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