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Stuart Fischoff collection

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Iraq War Survey

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Stuart Fischoff collection, 1986-2007 | Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

By Julie Martin and Jay Needham

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Collection Overview

Title: Stuart Fischoff collection, 1986-2007Add to your cart.

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Primary Creator: Fischoff, Stuart

Extent: 6.0 Boxes

Arrangement: Arranged by material type.

Languages: English

Abstract

The Stuart Fischoff collection is located at the Global Media Research Center, which is part of the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts.  For information about the Center, please visit http://mcma.siu.edu/research-creative/gmrc/

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Stuart Fischoff Collection consists of original research papers, notes, research papers from former students, press clippings, screenplays, teleplays, class syllabus, course materials and media press kits. The collection is housed in the Global Media Research Center's reading room within the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts at Southern Illinois University Carbondale.

Biographical Note

Dr. Fischoff was the founding President of the American Psychological Association’s Media Psychology Division (now called The Society for Media Psychology and Technology) and was responsible for creating the first Media Psychology Lab, co-founding the first Media Psychology journal, starting the first graduate program in Media Psychology, and assisting in developing the first Media Psychology PhD program. Dr. Fischoff was the Senior Editor of the Journal of Media Psychology (JMP). Founded in 1996, JMP was the first American journal devoted singularly to media psychology. He was an Emeritus Professor of Media Psychology at California State University, Los Angeles, where he taught for 33 years. During that time he established the first graduate degree program in Media Psychology and the nation’s first exclusive lab for the study of media psychology.

Administrative Information

Repository: Southern Illinois University Special Collections Research Center

Access Restrictions: For use by appointment only at the Global Media Research Center located at the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.  Visit mcma.siu.edu/research-creative/gmrc/

Acquisition Source: Gift

Preferred Citation: [Item], Stuart Fischoff collection, Global Media Research Center, College of Mass Communication and Media Arts, Southern Illinois University Carbondale.


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Folder 1: Varioius articles written by Fischoff for the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, 1992-1996Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Paper: Most Popular Movie Quotes (results released by Media Psychology Lab)Add to your cart.
Various publications by SF (as well as an article in The Boston Herald that quotes Fischoff)
Folder 3: Various articles written by Fischoff for the Los Angeles County Psychological Association, 1992-1995Add to your cart.
Drafts/Copies submitted to Los Angeles County Psychological Association Publication (By SF)
Folder 4: ArticlesAdd to your cart.
Various articles authored by SF from a Los Angeles County Psychological Association Publication (1996-1997) "Rosewood, Schindler's List and the 'Should' Movies" in The Looking Glass Volume 3.2 (1997) Writing from The Forensic Echo (1998)
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Various popular press articles Various journal articles (1994-1996) Various articles authored by SF from a Los Angeles County Psychological Association Publication (1991,1992 undated) Draft submitted to Media Psychology (for Summer of 1994) Official Ballot from Fifth Annual Psychotherapy Screening Guild (1989 release date) Various programs from screenings hosted by the Psychotherapy Screening Guild "Gangsta' Rap and a Murder in Bakersfield" in Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 1999

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