Dr. Tino Meitz
II. Dr. Tino Meitz, Texas Tech Cognition and Emotion Lab.
Tino Meitz is specialized in cognitive information processing, and media effects research. His actual research is focused on working memory based effects of event perception. In order to foster research on these effects, he conducted experimental studies in the context of sports broadcasting, advertising, and television entertainment. These research findings also echo in his persuasive communication related work on message processing with a special focus on narrative engagement. His latest research was funded by the Leibniz Foundation, and fostered on un-intended effects of provocative public-service announcements against childhood obesity in digital media. Tino achieved his PhD in 2006. 2006-2008 postdoctoral fellow and 2008-2009 lecturer at the University of Surrey, UK. 2009-2013 and 2014-2016 Assistant Professor for Empirical Media Research, University of Tübingen, Germany. 2013-2014 Full Professor ad interim for Media Effects Research at the University of Augsburg, Germany. 2015 second doctorate at the University of Münster: »Information Processing and Reception-Experience«. 2016 Senior Researcher at the Leibniz ScienceCampus Tübingen »Education in Informational Environments«. 2016 Dr. Max Gressly & Dr. Florian Fleck Fund-International Visiting Scholar, Department of Communication and Communication Sciences, Université de Friborg. 2017-2018 Full Professor ad interim for Media Psychology at the Jena University, Germany. Since 2019, Tino is associated with the Texas Tech Cognition and Emotion Lab.Back
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