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Andreas Miles-Novelo - Fielding Graduate University. Santa Barbara, CA, US

Andreas Miles-Novelo Andreas Miles-Novelo

Faculty - Media Psychology | Fielding Graduate University

Santa Barbara, CA, UNITED STATES

Master's Adjunct Faculty - Psychology of Video Games - Media Psychology

Biography

Andreas Miles-Novelo is a PhD candidate at Iowa State University in Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction, working under the advisement of Dr. Craig A. Anderson. Andreas is particularly interested in broad media effects as they pertain to behavioral outcomes such as aggression, stereotype formation, and political attitudes. His research has focused on virtual reality, video games, and the climate crisis.

Areas of Expertise (7)

Virtual Reality

Environmental and Social Factors on Behavior

Aggression

Video Games

Media Effects

Climate Change

Emerging Technologies

Education (3)

University of Nebraska-Lincoln: B.A., Psychology 2017

McNair Project: “The effects of objectification, perspective, and coping knowledge on sexual harassment in work contexts” McNair Advisor: Dr. Sarah Gervais, Ph. D.

University of Nebraska-Lincoln: B.A., English 2017

Capstone Project: “F**k you: I’m a punk rock kid” Capstone Advisor: Dr. Frances Kaye, Ph. D.

Iowa State University: M.S., Psychology and Human-Computer Interaction 2020

Master’s Thesis: “The will and the skill: The training effects of virtual reality and gaming” Major Professor: Dr. Craig Anderson, Ph. D.

Event Appearances (4)

Climate change and psychology: Effects of rapid global warming on violence and aggression

2nd International Symposium on Water, Ecology, and Environment  Beijing Jiotong University, Beijing, China (virtual)

2021-10-01

The effects of climate change on at-risk populations

2020 Department of Psychology Undergraduate Research Symposium  Iowa State University, Ames, IA (virtual)

2020-04-01

Sexual Harassment and Assault (Panel)

Psychology of Everyday Life Series  Ames, IA

2019-10-01

Climate Change and Aggression

Army Public Health Center’s working meeting on the Environmental Impacts on Behavioral Health  Arlington, VA

2019-05-01

Articles (5)

BOOK: Climate Change and Human Behavior: Impacts of a Rapidly Changing Climate on Human Aggression and Violence

(2022)

Miles-Novelo, Andreas & Anderson, Craig. (2022). Climate Change and Human Behavior: Impacts of a Rapidly Changing Climate on Human Aggression and Violence. Cambridge, UK.

BOOK CHAPTER: Desensitization

(2020) The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology

Miles-Novelo, Andreas & Anderson, Craig. (2020). Desensitization. In Van den Bulk, J. (Ed.), The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology. Hoboken, New Jersey

BOOK CHAPTER: Exposure to Muslims in media and support for public policies harming Muslims in U.S. Media and Support for Anti-Muslim Action

(2020) Muslim Minorities and Social Cohesion: Cultural Fragmentation in the World

Miles-Novelo, Andreas & Anderson, Craig. (2020). Exposure to Muslims in media and support for public policies harming Muslims in U.S. Media and Support for Anti-Muslim Action. In A. Ata (Ed.), Muslim Minorities and Social Cohesion: Cultural Fragmentation in the World. Routledge, London, UK.

The Effects of Climate Change on Aggression and Violence

(2019) Current Climate Change Reports

Miles-Novelo, Andreas & Anderson, Craig. (2019). The Effects of Climate Change on Aggression and Violence. Current Climate Change Reports, 5(1), 36-46.

She Looks Like She’d be an Animal in Bed: Dehumanization of Drinking Women in Social Contexts

(2018) Sex Roles: A Journal of Research

Gervais, Sarah; Reimer, Abigail; Skorinko, Jeanine; Douglas, Soyna; Ullery, Hannah; Nugai, Katherine; Karpanagou, Anatasia; Miles-Novelo, Andreas. (2018). She Looks Like She’d be an Animal in Bed: Dehumanization of Drinking Women in Social Contexts. Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 80(9), 617-629.