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New PhD Student Joins CcaM

Oct
20
2016

user generated contentCcaM is happy to welcome its newest PhD student, Marthe Möller, to the team. During her studies, Marthe will be working on the project "The Effects of Online Social Information".

Within this project, Marthe will investigate the impact of user-generated information about entertainment content, such as comments and likes, on information processing and entertainment experiences. The aim of this project is to offer new insights into how digital media entertainment environments affect their users and how entertainment theories have to be adapted to the new digital media landscape of the 21st century. 

Welcome, Marthe!

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