Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming.

Maass A, Klöpper KM, Michel F, Lohaus A (2011)
Journal of Media Psychology 23(2): 65-76.

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Maass A, Klöpper KM, Michel F, Lohaus A. Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming. Journal of Media Psychology. 2011;23(2):65-76.
Maass, A., Klöpper, K. M., Michel, F., & Lohaus, A. (2011). Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming. Journal of Media Psychology, 23(2), 65-76. doi:10.1027/1864-1105/a000038
Maass, A., Klöpper, K. M., Michel, F., and Lohaus, A. (2011). Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming. Journal of Media Psychology 23, 65-76.
Maass, A., et al., 2011. Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming. Journal of Media Psychology, 23(2), p 65-76.
A. Maass, et al., “Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming.”, Journal of Media Psychology, vol. 23, 2011, pp. 65-76.
Maass, A., Klöpper, K.M., Michel, F., Lohaus, A.: Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming. Journal of Media Psychology. 23, 65-76 (2011).
Maass, Asja, Klöpper, Klara Maria, Michel, Friederike, and Lohaus, Arnold. “Does media use have a short-term impact on cognitive performance? A studyon television viewing and video gaming.”. Journal of Media Psychology 23.2 (2011): 65-76.
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