Doctoral Candidate/Associate Instructor
Research and Creative Interests
- Media Psychology
- embodied cognition
My research interests primarily lie in the cognitive and emotional effects of audio in media. As a trained audio engineer and avid music fan, I find it extremely interesting to approach the effects of audio from a wide range of perspectives – that of the listener and the producer, from the social level to the individual. I also have an interest in the ways people use (especially new and emerging) media platforms to communicate information in social settings. My foremost current area of focus lies in understanding the role of musical features such as complexity and intensity as they relate to attention, arousal, and affect in the listener.
My teaching experience includes classes in both media production and processes and effects, as well as a few that cover more above-the-line and industry-oriented topics. I enjoy finding parallels between my research interests and teaching work almost as much as I like the process of teaching marketable skills and empowering students to follow their interests.
In addition to my research and teaching, I work on writing, producing, and engineering for music projects, as well as serving as an audio specialist for video productions.
B.S., Recording Arts, Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, Minor in Telecommunications Design and Production
M.A., Telecommunications, Indiana University
MSCH-A315 Advertising and Consumer Culture
MSCH-S 315 Media Processes and Effects
TEL-T 356; MSCH-P356 Intermediate Television Studio Production
TEL-T 283; MSCH-P 228 Introduction to Production Techniques and Practices
MSCH-C 207 Introduction to Media Industry and Management
TEL-T 347 Promotion and Marketing in Telecommunications
Potter, R. F., Jamison-Koenig, E. J., Lynch, T., & Sites, J. (2016). Effect of Vocal-Pitch Difference on Automatic Attention to Voice Changes in Audio Messages. Communication Research, 0093650215623835.
Jamison-Koenig, E. (in press). Variables, types of. In Wiley International Encyclopedia of Communication Research Methods. Wiley.
Jamison-Koenig, E., Potter, R.F. (2014, Septemeber). The Effect of Musical Intensity and Complexity on Listener Attention and Arousal. In Psychophysiology (Vol. 51, p. S58)
Selected Conference Presentations
Jamison-Koenig, E., & Sites, J. (2016). Variation in Probe Tone Frequency Affects Secondary Task Reaction Time. ICA 66th Annual Conference, Fukuoka, Japan, June 2016.
Jamison-Koenig, E., & Potter, R.F. (2016). Effects of Musical Complexity and Intensity on Listener Emotion. ICA 66th Annual Conference, Fukuoka, Japan, June 2016.
Potter, R.F., Jamison-Koenig, E., Sites, J., & Zheng, X. (2016). The Continuance of Orienting to Auditory Structural Features Presented in Natural Listening Conditions. ICA 66th Annual Conference, Fukuoka, Japan, June 2016.
Stewart, S., Jamison-Koenig, E., & Sokolova, D. (2016). Exploring Self-Presentation on Tinder. ICA 66th Annual Conference, Fukuoka, Japan, June 2016.
Sites, J., Jamison-Koenig, E., & Potter, R.F. (2015) Beauty and the Beast: WAVs invoke less negativity than MP3s in Listeners. Auditory Perception Cognition and Action Meeting, Chicago, Il, November 2015.
Sites, J. & Jamison-Koenig, E. (2015). Variation in Probe Tone Pitch Impacts Secondary Task Reaction Time. Society for Music Perception and Cognition, Nashville, TN, August 2015
Jamison-Koenig, E. & Potter, R.F. (2014). Influences of Music Complexity and Intensity on Listener Attention and Arousal. ICA 64th Annual Conference, Seattle, WA, May 2014.
Potter, R.F., Jamison-Koenig, E., Lynch, T., & Mayell, S. (2013) The Effect of Vocal Dissimilarity on Automatic Attention to Voice Changes in Audio Messages. AEJMC, Washington, D.C., August 2013.
Awards, Memberships, and Service
Reviewer, Communication Research
Judge, IU Campus Movie Fest
Society for Music Perception and Cognition
International Communication Association
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication
Audio Engineering Society
Society for Psychophysiological Research