Vita and Publications

Here is my current Vita: VITA KEDS 6-13.

APS 2011 poster-Research on the effects of varying degrees of informativeness in magazine articles on relationship abuse and relationship abuse myth acceptance. 

Research in Progress

Albertson & Dill – Eat Cake and Lose Weight: Bipolar Food Messaging in Woman’s World and Other Popular Women’s Magazines

Selected Publications

Burgess&Dill 2012 S&G Simulation & Gaming Influence of Black Masculinity Game Exemplars on Social Judgments

Burgess et al., Media Psych 2011 Playing with Prejudice: The Prevalence and Consequences of Racial Stereotypes in Video Games

Anderson Gentile Dill 2011 Prosocial, Antisocial, and Other Effects of Recreational Video Games

Dill et al., 2011 NDYD Recurrent issues in efforts to prevent homicidal youth violence in schools: Expert opinions

How Fantasy Becomes Reality: Seeing Through Media Influence

Dill & Thill Video game characters and the socialization of gender roles: Young people’s perceptions mirror sexist media depictions, Sex Roles, 2007

Dill, Brown & Collins Effects of exposure to sex-stereotyped video game characters on tolerance of sexual harassment. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2008

Burgess, Dill & Wright, 2009 You’re my bitch: Crude and degrading treatment of women in hardcore rap through the eyes of the predominantly White target audience, Journal of Current Issues in Media and Telecommunications, 2009 available from Nova Science Publishers at

Seeing is Believing Abstract Proquest (2012) Seeing is Believing: Toward a Theory of Media Imagery and Social Learning

Thill & DillAmerican magazine coverage of domestic violence: Reflecting on 30 years of the public dialogue about intimate abuse, upcoming in Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships edited by Evan Stark and Eve S. Buzawa.

DillDo anti-social video games foster violence against women? Violent video games, rape myth acceptance, and negative attitudes towards women, upcoming in Violence Against Women in Families and Relationships edited by Evan Stark and Eve S. Buzawa.

Dill Children at play? An essay on Kids and Media in America, Human Development

Anderson & Dill Video games and aggressive thoughts, feelings, and behavior in the laboratory and in life, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology

University of Toledo Presentation, December, 2008

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