Christian Burgers
Christian Burgers
Associate Professor in Communication Science, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Verified email at vu.nl - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
How feedback boosts motivation and play in a brain-training game
C Burgers, A Eden, MD van Engelenburg, S Buningh
Computers in Human Behavior 48, 94-103, 2015
2052015
Figurative Framing: Shaping Public Discourse Through Metaphor, Hyperbole, and Irony
C Burgers, EA Konijn, GJ Steen
Communication Theory 26 (4), 410-430, 2016
1702016
Finding Irony: An Introduction of the Verbal Irony Procedure (VIP)
C Burgers, M van Mulken, PJ Schellens
Metaphor and Symbol 26 (3), 186-205, 2011
1232011
When do natural language metaphors influence reasoning? A follow-up study to Thibodeau and Boroditsky (2013)
GJ Steen, WG Reijnierse, C Burgers
PloS one 9 (12), e113536, 2014
1042014
Making ads less complex, yet more creative and persuasive: the effects of conventional metaphors and irony in print advertising
C Burgers, EA Konijn, GJ Steen, MAR Iepsma
International Journal of Advertising 34 (3), 515-532, 2015
802015
The effects of metaphorical framing on political persuasion: A systematic literature review
A Boeynaems, C Burgers, EA Konijn, GJ Steen
Metaphor and Symbol 32 (2), 118-134, 2017
782017
How the doc should (not) talk: When breaking bad news with negations influences patients' immediate responses and medical adherence intentions
C Burgers, CJ Beukeboom, L Sparks
Patient Education and Counseling 89 (2), 267-273, 2012
712012
Verbal Irony: Differences in Usage Across Written Genres
C Burgers, M van Mulken, PJ Schellens
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 31 (3), 290-310, 2012
672012
Type of evaluation and marking of irony: The role of perceived complexity and comprehension
C Burgers, M van Mulken, PJ Schellens
Journal of Pragmatics 44 (1), 231-242, 2012
622012
Recategorizing political frames: A systematic review of metaphorical framing in experiments on political communication
BC Brugman, C Burgers, GJ Steen
Annals of the International Communication Association 41 (2), 181-197, 2017
452017
How viruses and beasts affect our opinions (or not): The role of extendedness in metaphorical framing
WG Reijnierse, C Burgers, T Krennmayr, GJ Steen
Metaphor and the Social World 5 (2), 245-263, 2015
442015
Language intensity as a sensationalistic news feature: The influence of style on sensationalism perceptions and effects
C Burgers, A De Graaf
Communications-The European Journal of Communication Research 38 (2), 167-188, 2013
432013
Do consumer critics write differently from professional critics? A genre analysis of online film reviews
IKE de Jong, C Burgers
Discourse, Context & Media 2 (2), 75-83, 2013
412013
Humor markers
C Burgers, M van Mulken
The Routledge handbook of language and humor, 385-399, 2017
372017
DMIP: A method for identifying potentially deliberate metaphor in language use
WG Reijnierse, C Burgers, T Krennmayr, GJ Steen
Corpus Pragmatics 2 (2), 129-147, 2018
362018
HIP: A method for linguistic hyperbole identification in discourse
C Burgers, BC Brugman, KY Renardel de Lavalette, GJ Steen
Metaphor and Symbol 31 (3), 163-178, 2016
362016
How (not) to inform patients about drug use: use and effects of negations in Dutch patient information leaflets
C Burgers, CJ Beukeboom, L Sparks, V Diepeveen
Pharmacoepidemiology and Drug Safety 24 (2), 137-143, 2015
352015
Verbal irony: Use and effects in written discourse
CF Burgers
[Sl: sn], 2010
352010
Gamification as a tool for engaging student learning: A field experiment with a gamified app
K Welbers, EA Konijn, C Burgers, N Bij de Vaate, A Eden, BC Brugman
E-Learning and Digital Media 16 (2), 92-109, 2019
342019
How stereotypes are shared through language: a review and introduction of the social categories and stereotypes communication (SCSC) framework
CJ Beukeboom, C Burgers
Review of Communication Research 7, 1-37, 2019
332019
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20