Year: 2024

  • Nanz, A., Binder, A., & Matthes, J. (2024, June). AI in the newsroom: Does the public trust automated journalism and will they pay for it? Presentation to the Journalism Studies Division at the 74th annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 20-24, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Nanz, A., Kaskeleviciute, R., Stubenvoll, M., & Matthes, J. (2024, June). Scanning vs. thorough processing the news: Antecedents of first- and second-level incidental exposure and the role of the relevance appraisal. Presentation to the Mass Communication Division at the 74th annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 20-24, Gold Coast, Australia.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2024, June). Feeling informed or being informed? Effects of first- and second-level incidental exposure: A three-wave panel survey. Presentation to the Political Communication Division at the 74th annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), June 20-24, Gold Coast, Australia.


Year: 2023

  • Nanz A., & Matthes, J. (2023, July). Low-choice experiments in social media research. Does the choice set size matter? The example of learning from incidental exposure. Presentation at the conference "Kommunikationswissenschaftliche Tage 2023" of the Austrian Society of Communication (ÖGK), July 4-6, Klagenfurt, Austria.
  • Heiss, R., Nanz, A., Knupfer, H., Engel, E., & Matthes, J. (2023, May). Civil vs. uncivil correction of misinformation, success experience, and relationship consequences: A three-wave panel study. Presentation to the Communication and Technology Division at the 73rd annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, Toronto, Canada.
  • Matthes, J., Nanz, A., Stubenvoll, M., & Kaskeleviciute, R. (2023, May). Disentangling the longitudinal relationship between social media use, political expression and political participation: What do we really know? Presentation to the Mass Communication Division at the 73rd annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, Toronto, Canada.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2023, May). Learning from incidental exposure in high-choice online environments: A replication and extension. Presentation to the Mass Communication Division at the 73rd annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 25-29, Toronto, Canada.


Year: 2022

  • Heiss, R., Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2022, May). Social media literacy: Measurement and associations with information overload, news avoidance and conspiracy mentality. Presentation to the Communication & Technology Division at the (hybrid) 72nd annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Matthes, J., Nanz, A., Kaskeleviciute, R., Reiter, F., Freiling, I., Neureiter, A., Stubenvoll, M., Sherrah, S. E., Juricek, S., Munzir, A. A., & Noronha, I. (2022, May). The way we use social media matters: A panel study on passive vs. active social media use, news avoidance, and affective polarization. Presentation to the Mass Communication Division at the (hybrid) 72nd annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Matthes, J., Zoizner, A., Nanz, A., Hopmann, D. N., Theocharis, Y., & Noetzel, S. (2022, May). The relationship between incidental exposure and political participation: A cross-country, multilevel analysis. Presentation to the Political Communication Division at the (hybrid) 72nd annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2022, May). Let me entertain you: Distracted from political learning due to incidental exposure to entertainment content. Presentation to the Political Communication Division at the (hybrid) 72nd annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 26-30, Paris, France.


Year: 2021

  • Heiss, R., Karsay, K., & Nanz, A. (2021, November). Who is experiencing correction online? Social media use, knowledge, and information overload during the COVID‐19 pandemic. Presentation at the (virtual) European Conference on Health Communication (ECHC), November 4-5.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2021, August). Seeing political information online incidentally. Effects of first- and second-level incidental exposure on democratic outcomes. Presentation to the Political Communication Division at the (virtual) AEJMC Annual Convention, August 4-7.
  • Lee, S., Nanz, A., & Heiss, R. (2021, August). Platform-dependent effects of incidental exposure to political news on political knowledge and political participation. Presentation to the Political Communication Division at the (virtual) AEJMC Annual Convention, August 4-7.
  • Nanz, A., & Matthes, J. (2021, May). Democratic consequences of incidental exposure to political information: A meta-analysis. Presentation to the Political Communication Division at the (virtual) 71st annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 27-31.


Year: 2020

  • Nanz, A. & Matthes, J. (2020, May). Learning from incidental exposure to political information in online environments. Presentation at the (virtual) 70th annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 20-26.


Year: 2019

  • Matthes, J., Nanz, A., Heiss, R., & Stubenvoll, M. (2019, August). Processing news on social media: The political incidental news exposure model. Presentation to the Communication Theory and Methodology Division at the AEJMC Annual Convention, August 7-10, Toronto, Canada.
  • Nanz, A. (2019, May). Antecedents of intentional and incidental exposure on social media and consequences for political participation: A panel study. Presentation at the 69th annual conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), May 24-28, Washington, D.C., USA.