Recent Graduate Student Publications

Bender, J., Arp, A.C., Petersen, C., & Webber, K.T. (2021) ‘Would it have been different if it wasn’t me interviewing you?’: Introducing mutual interviewing as a qualitative research method. Florida Communication Journal, 49(1), 95-111.

Chang, P. F. & Tucker, R. V. (2022). Assistive communication technologies and stigma: How perceived visibility of cochlear implants affects self-stigma and social interaction anxiety. Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction, 6(CSCW1), 1-16.

Chen, Y., & Lin, C.A. (2022) (In Press, Journal Pre-proof). Consumer Behavior in augmented reality environment: Exploring the effects of flow via augmented realism and technology fluidity. Telematics and Informatics

Coletti, A., McGloin, R; Oeldorf-Hirsch, A; Hamlin, E. Science communication on social media: Examining cross-platform behavioral engagement. Journal of Social Media & Society.

Cornelius, T., Denes, A., Webber, K.T., Guest, C., Goldsmith, J., Schwartz, J., & Gorin, A.A. (in press). Relationship quality and objectively measured physical activity before and after implementation of COVID-19 stay-home orders. Journal of Health Psychology.

DelGreco, M., Denes, A., Davis, S.M., & Webber, K.T. (2021) Revisiting attribution theory: Toward a critical feminist approach for understanding attributions of blame. Communication Theory.

Denes, A., Crowley, J. P., Gibson, L. P., & Hamlin, E. L. (2022). Mother-son communication about sex: Exploring associations with emerging adult sons’ sexual self-esteem, anxiety, and satisfaction. American Journal of Sexuality Education, 1-22.

Denes, A., Crowley, J.P, Winkler, K.L., Ponivas, A., Dhillon, A., & Bennett, M. (2020). Exploring the effect of pillow talk on physiological stress responses to couples’ difficult conversations. Communication Monographs, 87(3), 267-290.

Denes, A., Guest, C., & Webber, K.T. (2021). Negotiating sexual relationships. In T. Coffelt (Ed.), Interpersonal sexual communication across the lifespan. (pp. 113 – 134). Peter Lang.

Denes, A., Crowley, J. P., Gibson, L. P., & Hamlin, E. L. (2021). Mother-Son Communication about Sex: Exploring Associations with Emerging Adult Sons’ Sexual Self-Esteem, Anxiety, and Satisfaction. American Journal of Sexuality Education, 1-22.

Gilbert, C. (2021). To blame is human: A quantitative systematic review of the relationship between outcome severity of large-scale crises and attributions of blame. Risk Analysis.

Guest, C. & McGloin, R. (2021). The future of fundraising: Motivations for participating in Facebook fundraisers and implications of social capital. The Journal of Social Media in Society, 10(1), 1 – 21.

Haberlin, K. A., & Atkin, D. J. (2022). Mobile gaming and Internet addiction: When is playing no longer just fun and games?. Computers in Human Behavior, 126, 106989.

Hall, D. H., Silva, Y. N., Wheeler, B., Cheng, L., Baumel, K. (2021). Harnessing the power of interdisciplinary research with psychology-informed cyberbullying detection models. International Journal of Bullying Prevention, 4, 47-54.

Labato, L., & Yang, D. (2021).  I see how you feel: How virtual stickers connect us emotionally across distance and culture.  The Chronicle of Mentoring & Coaching, 5(14), 87-91.

Lachlan, K. A., Hutter, E., & Gilbert, C. (2021). COVID-19 echo chambers: Exploring the impact of conversative and liberal news sources on risk perception and response. Health Security, 19(1), 21-30.

Lachlan, K. A., Hutter, E., Gilbert, C., & Spence, P. R. (2023). The 2018 wildfires: Examining sex differences in response to crisis communication and underlying processes. Atlantic Journal of Communication. In press.

Lachlan, K. A., Hutter, E., Gilbert, C., Rainear, A., & Spence, P. R. (2021). Sex differences in informational needs and media dependencies during the 2018 California wildfires. Journal of Emergency Management.

Lachlan, K. A., Hutter, E., Gilbert, C., & Spence, P. R. (2021). From what I’ve heard it’s bad: An examination of Americans’ source preferences and information seeking during the COVID-19 pandemic. Progress in Disaster Science, 9, 1-7.

Lachlan, K. A., Hutter, E., Gilbert, C., & Spence, P. R. (2022). The impact of rumination on information seeking, depressive symptomology, and protective actions in response to COVID-19. Journal of Emergency Management. In press.

Lachlan, K. A., Spence, P. R., Gilbert, C., & Hutter, E. (2021). Need for cognition and rumination: Alternative explanations for sex differences in disaster information seeking. Progress in Disaster Science, 11.

Lee, Y., & Lin, C. A. (2021). Exploring the Serial Position Effects of Online Consumer Reviews on Heuristic vs. Systematic Information Processing and Consumer Decision-Making. Journal of Internet Commerce, 1-23.

Lee, Y. & Lin, C. (in press). The Effects of a Sustainable vs. Conventional Apparel Ad on Consumer Perception of CSR Image and Attitude toward the Brand. Corporate Communications: an International Journal.

Lin, C. A., Crowe, J., Pierre, L., & Lee, Y. (2021). Effects of Parasocial Interaction with an Instafamous Influencer on Brand Attitudes and Purchase Intentions. The Journal of Social Media in Society10(1), 55-78.

McGloin, R., Coletti, A., Hamlin, E., & Denes, A. (2022). Required to work from home: examining transitions to digital communication channels during the COVID-19 pandemic. Communication Research Reports, 1-12.

Nicholas, V., & Christensen, J. L. (2021). Condom use self-efficacy centered on sexual experience, cannabis, and CBD use among college students. Journal of American College Health, 1-10.

Oeldorf-Hirsch, A., & Chen, Y. (2022). Mobile mindfulness: Predictors of mobile screen time tracking. Computers in Human Behavior129, 107170. 

Oeldorf-Hirsch, A., & Srinivasan, P. (2021). An unavoidable convenience: How post-millennials engage with the news that finds them on social and mobile media. Journalism.

Rios, D.I., Millham, M.H., Haberlin, K.A., Quiñones-Rodriguez, G. Chapter 4: Arya and Sansa Stark of HBO’s The Game of Thrones: Abuse, Agency, Trauma Survival, and Redefined Destinies. In Television Dramas and the Global Village: Storytelling through Race and Gender (pp. 51-64). Lexington Books.

Smith, H., Markowitz, D. M., & Gilbert, C. (2021). Science training for political reporters: Understanding impact with a mixed-methods approach. Journalism Practice. In press (no DOI yet - have email acceptance letter).

Viens, A., & Farrar, K. M. (2021). Conceptualizing and measuring binge watching. Communication Studies.

Webber, K.T. (In Press). Body image & Body (dis)satisfaction. In E. Ho,  C. Bylund, J. van Weert,, I. Basnyat, I, N. Bol & M. Dean (Eds.) International Encyclopedia of Health Communication. Wiley.

Webber, K.T. & Cameron, L. (2021). A work in progress: Advancing intersectionality in and through queer television. In J. Campbell, J. & T. Carilli, (Eds.) Intersectional Media: Representations of Marginalized Individuals. Lexington Books.

Webber, K.T., Stifano, S., Davis, S.M. & Stifano, S.C. (In Press). Considering Social Identity Threat Alongside the Health Belief Model to Examine Masking-Wearing Intentions of Black, Latinx, and Asian Individuals in the U.S. During COVID-19. Health Communication.

Yang, D., Atkin, D., Rios, D., Wu, T. Y., & Liu, Y. (2021). Social Media Portrait-Editing Intentions: Comparisons between Chinese and American Female College Students. Telematics & Informatics.

Young, A., Lachlan, K., and Young, R. (2021). OK, Google, tell me about birth control: Sentiment analysis of anti- and pro-birth control headlines and snippets. Journal of Communication Technology, 4(1), 1-27.