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2017/Upcoming

Bazarova, N. N., Choi, Y. H., Whitlock, J. L., Cosley, D., & Sosik, V. S. (in press). Psychological distress and emotional expression in Facebook. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking.

French, M., & Bazarova, N. N. (2017). Is anybody out there?: Understanding masspersonal communication through expectations for response across social media platforms. To be presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, CA.

Liao, W., Bazarova, N. N., & Yuan, C. (2017). Development and application of an analytical framework for analyzing social behaviors with social relations model in CMC groups. To be presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, CA.

Purington, A., Taft, J. G., Sannon, S., Bazarova, N. N., & Taylor, S. H. (in press). “Alexa is my new BFF”: A case study of the Amazon Echo’s social functions and roles. Extended Abstract for the Workshop on Talking with Conversational Agents in Collaborative Action, ACM Conference Computer Supported Cooperative Work.

Sannon, S., Choi, Y. H., Taft, J. G., & Bazarova, N. N. (2017). What comments did I get? How post and comment characteristics predict interaction satisfaction on Facebook. To be presented at the 2017 AAAI International Conference on Web & Social Media (ICWSM ’17), Montreal, Canada.

Taylor, S. H., & Bazarova, N. N. (2017). Media multiplexity in romantic relationships: A longitudinal test of relational closeness, relational uncertainty, and multimedia communication. To be presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, CA.

Taylor, S. H., Ledbetter, A. M., & Mazer, J. P. (2017). Initial specification and empirical test of media enjoyment theory. To be presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, CA.

Taylor, S. H., Hinck, A., & Lim, H. (2017). What the selfie says: An experimental test of how selfies change social judgments on Facebook. To be presented at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, May 25-29, 2017, San Diego, CA.

2016

Bazarova, N. N. (2016). Review of “Sharing Our Lives Online: Risks and Exposure in Social Media”. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 60(1), 190-192.

Chang, P. F., & Bazarova, N. N. (2016). Managing stigma: Exploring disclosure-response patterns in pro-anorexic websites. Health Communication, 31, 217-229.

Chang, P. F., Bazarova, N. N., & Whitlock, J.L (2016). To respond or not to respond, that is the question: The decision making process of providing social support do distressed posters. Presented at the 2016 Society for Research on Adolescents Biennial Meeting, March 31-April 2, 2016, Baltimore, MD.

Choi, Y. H., Bazarova, N. N., Whitlock, J.L., Cosley, D., & Sosik, V. (2016). Psychological distress and emotional expression on Facebook.  Presented at the 2016 Society for Research on Adolescents Biennial Meeting, March 31-April 2, 2016, Baltimore, MD.

Choi, Y. H., Taylor, S. H., Sannon, S., & Bazarova, N. N. (2016). Social media affordances and interpersonal aspects of depression in Facebook communication. Paper presented at the National Communication Association 102nd Annual Convention, Philadelphia, PA. November 2016.

Ledbetter, A. M., Taylor, S. H., & Mazer, J. P. (2016). Enjoyment fosters media use frequency and determines its relational outcomes: Toward a synthesis of uses and gratifications theory and media multiplexity theory. Computers in Human Behavior, 54, 149-157. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2015.07.053

Liao, W., Bazarova, N. N., & Yuan, C. (2016). Expertise judgment and communication accommodation in linguistic styles in computer-mediated and face-to-face groupsCommunication Research. 

Liao, W., Yuan, C., & Bazarova, N. N. (2016). Expertise judgments per communication styles: A China-US comparative study. Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, June 9-13, 2016. Fukuoka, Japan.

Rokito, S., & Bazarova, N. N. (2016). Over-gratified, under-gratified, or just right? Applying the gratification discrepancy approach to investigate recurrent Facebook use.  Paper presented at the 66th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, June 9-13, 2016. Fukuoka, Japan.

Sannon, S., & Bazarova, N. N. (2016). From theory to design: Technological interventions for coping with stress and anxiety. Extended Abstract for the Workshop on Computing and Mental Health, Computer-Human Interaction (CHI 2016), May 7-12, San Jose, CA.

Taylor, S. H., & Bazarova, N. N. (2016). Media multiplexity in romantic relationships: Understanding the relationship between tie strength, relational uncertainty, and media use frequency. Presented at the 2016 Conference for the International Association of Relationship Research, July 20-24, 2016, Toronto, CA.

Taylor, S. H., & Bazarova, N. N. (2016). The Interaction between relational uncertainty and media affordances: An investigation of date request messages across different interpersonal media. Presented at the 2016 Conference for the International Association of Relationship Research, July 20-24, 2016, Toronto, CA.

Taylor, S. H., & Ledbetter, A. M. (2016). Extending media multiplexity theory to the extended family: Communication satisfaction and tie strength as moderators of violations of media use expectations. New Media & Society. 

Xu, B., Chang, P. F., Welker, C., Bazarova, N. N., & Cosley, D. (2016). Automatic archiving vs. default deletion What Snapchat tells us about ephemerality in design.  Paper presented at the 19th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2016), San Francisco, CA; Feb 27-Mar 2.

Research Workshop: Amazon Mechanical Turk. Slides (PDF)

2015

Bazarova, N.N. (2015). Online Disclosure. In C.R. Berger & M.E. Roloff (Eds.), The International Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Communication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Bazarova, N. N., Choi, Y. H., Sosik, V. S., Cosley, D., & Whitlock, J. L. (2015). Social sharing of emotions on Facebook: Channel differences, satisfaction, and replies. Paper presented at the 18th ACM Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work and Social Computing (CSCW 2015), Vancouver, Canada, March 14-18.

Chang, P.F. & Bazarova, N.N. (2015). Managing stigma: Exploring disclosure-response communication patterns in pro-Anorexic websites. Health Communication, 31(2), 217-229.

Chang, P. F., Bazarova, N. N., & Gay, G. (2015). Chronic pain communication and social support in online and mobile interactions. Paper presented at the 68th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Gerontological Society of America (GSA ’15). Orlando, FL.

Chang, P.F., Choi, Y.H., Bazarova, N.N., & Loeckenhoff, C.E. (2015). Age differences in online social networking: Extending socioemotional selectivity theory to to social networking sites. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 59(2), 221-239.

Choi, Y. H., & Bazarova, N. N. (2015). Self-disclosure characteristics and motivations in social media: Extending the functional model to multiple social network sites. Human Communication Research, 41, 480-500.

Li, H., Yuan, Y. C., Bazarova, N. N., & Bell, B. (2015). Talk and let talk: The effects of language proficiency on speaking up and expertise perceptions in multinational teams. Paper presented at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management, Vancouver, BC.

Liao, W., Bazarova, N. N., & Yuan, C. (2015). Expertise perception and communication accommodation. Paper presented at the 65th Annual conference of the International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Liu, Y-C., & Bazarova, N. N. (2015). Making a statement: Motivations and concerns underlying political conversations on social network sites. Paper presented at the 2015 National Communication Association Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.

2014

Bazarova, N.N. & Choi, Y.H. (2014). Self-Disclosure in social media: Extending the functional approach to disclosure motivations and characteristics on social network sites. Journal of Communication. 

Chang, P.F. & Bazarova, N.N. (2014). Managing stigma: Exploring disclosure-response communication patterns in pro-anorexic websites. Paper to be presented at the 64th Annual conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA, May 22-26.

Choi, Y.H. & Bazarova, N.N. (2014). Self-disclosure on Facebook and Twitter: An examination of medium and audience as contextual factors. Paper to be presented at the 64th Annual conference of the International Communication Association, Seattle, WA, May 22-26.

Choi, Y.H. & Bazarova, N.N. (2014). Self-disclosure characteristics and motivations in social media: Extending the functional model to multiple social network sites. Human Communication Research. Published online before print.

Sosik, V. & Bazarova, N.N. (2014). Relational maintenance on social network sites: How Facebook communication predicts relational escalation. Computers in Human Behavior 35, 124-131.

2013

Bazarova, N.N.Chang, P.Choi, Y.H., & Loeckenhoff, C.E. (2013). Online social networking across the life span: Extending socioemotional selectivity theory to social network sites. Paper presented at the 2013 AAAI Conference on Weblogs and Social Media (ICWSM ’13).

Bazarova, N.N. & Choi, Y.H. (2013). Self-disclosure in social media: Extending the functional approach to disclosure motivations and characteristics on social network sites. Paper presented at the 2013 National Communication Association Convention.

Bazarova, N.N., Taft, J.G., Choi, Y.H., & Cosley, D. (2013). Managing impressions and relationships on Facebook: Self-presentational and relational concerns revealed through an analysis of language style. Journal of Language and Social Psychology 32, 121-141.

Bazarova, N.N. & Yuan, Y.C. (2013). Expertise recognition and influence in intercultural groups: Differences between face-to-face and computer-mediated communication. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 18, 437-453.

Jiang, L.C., Bazarova, N.N., & Hancock, J.T. (2013). From perception to behavior: Disclosure reciprocity and the intensification of intimacy in computer-mediated communication. Communication Research 40(1), 125-143.

Yuan, Y.C.,  Bazarova, N.N., Fulk, J., & Zhang, Z.X. (2013). Recognition of expertise and perceived influence in intercultural collaboration: A study of mixed American and Chinese groups. Journal of Communication 63, 476-497.

2012

Bazarova, N.N. (2012). Contents and contexts: Disclosure perceptions on Facebook. In Proceedings of the ACM 2012 conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW) (pp. 369-372).

Bazarova, N.N. (2012). Public intimacy: Disclosure interpretation and social judgments on Facebook. Journal of Communication 62, 815-832.

Bazarova, N.N. & Hancock, J.T. (2012). Attributions after a group failure: Do they matter? Effects of attributions on group communication and performance. Communication Research 39(4), 499-522. 

Bazarova, N.N., Walther, J.B., & McLeod, P.L. (2012). Minority influence in virtual groups: A comparison of four theories of minority influence. Communication Research 39(3), 295-316.

Liu, X., Hancock, J.T., Zhang, G., Xu, R., Markowitz, D. M., & Bazarova, N.N. (2012). Exploring linguistic features for deception detection in unstructured text. In Proceedings of the 45th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS45).

2011

Jiang, L.C., Bazarova, N.N., & Hancock, J.T. (2011). The disclosure-intimacy link in computer-mediated communication: An attributional extension of the hyperpersonal model. Human Communication Research 37, 58-77.

Markowitz, D. M., Hancock, J.T., & Bazarova, N. (2011). The language of presidential lies: How words can reflect lies about war, personal scandal, and state secrets. Paper presented at the 2011 National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.

2010

Bazarova, N.N., & Hancock, J.T. (2010). From dispositional attributions to behavior motives: The folk-conceptual theory and implications for communication. In C. Salmon (Ed.), Communication Yearbook 34 , 63-91. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Birnholtz, J., Guillory, J., Hancock, J.T., & Bazarova, N.N. (2010). On my way: Deceptive texting and interpersonal awareness narratives. In Proceedings of the ACM 2010 conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work.

2009

Bazarova, N.N., & Walther, J.B. (2009). Attribution of blame in virtual groups. In P. Lutgen-Sandvik & B. Davenport-Sypher (Eds.), The destructive side of organizational communication: Processes, consequences, and constructive ways of organizing (pp. 252-266). Mahwah, NJ: Routledge/LEA.

Bazarova, N.N. & Walther, J.B. (2009). Attributions in virtual groups: Distances and behavioral variations in computer-mediated discussions. Small Group Research 40(2), 138-162.

Hancock, J.T., Birnholtz, J., Bazarova, N.N., Guillory, J., Perlin, J., & Amos, B. (2009). Butler lies: Awareness, deception, design. In Proceedings of the ACM 2009 conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI).

2008

Walther, J. B., & Bazarova, N.N. (2008). Validation and application of electronic propinquity theory to computer-mediated communication in groupsCommunication Research, 35, 622-645.

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