Comm Faculty and Student Papers Accepted at the International Communication Association Convention in San Diego

Award Date: 

Thursday, January 19, 2017

The following papers (and others to be added soon!) have been accepted for presentation at the International Communication Association 67th Annual Convention, May 25-29, 2017 in San Diego. We'd like to congratulate the Department of Communication graduate students and faculty whose papers have been accepted for presentation--way to go!

Keynote Address

Putnam, L. L. Challenges and Opportunities for Internationalizing Organizational Communication. Presented ICA Pre-Conference on Prospective Mexican Organizational Communication, San Diego, CA., May 24, 2017. Sponsored by the Mexican Association of Researchers and Professionals in Organizational Communication (AMIPO).

Paper & Panel Presentations

  1. Adams, A., Miles, J. & Dunbar, N. E. Explicating Textisms in Mediated Communication: A Codebook for Analyzing Nonverbal Cues in Text. 
  2. Afifi, T. D., Gangi, K., Coveleski, S., Scranton, A., Denes, A., Davis, S., Merrill, A., Buschman, N.  Family communication patterns, identity gaps, and emerging adults’ risky behaviors.
  3. Amir, O., Huskey, R., Mangus, J.M., Swanson, R., Gordon, A., Khooshabeh, P., Weber,R. Media and the moral mind: Binding and individualizing moral intuitions elicit distinct cortical activation.
  4. Bernhold, Q., Dunbar, N. E., Merolla, A., & Giles, H.  Face threats and facework during hurtful conflict: Extending identity implications theory. 
  5. Choi, C., Khadvy, H., Raddawi, R., & Giles, H.  Perceptions of police-civilian encounters: Communication and intergroup parameters in the
    USA and the United Arab Emirates.
  6. Dunbar, N. E. & Carrard, V. Dyadic Power and Patients’ Deception with Their Physicians. 
  7. Endacott, C. G. Communication of past work experience as resource and repertoire for membership negotiation.
  8. Figueroa-Caballero, A., & Mastro, D. Examining the Effects of News Coverage linking Undocumented Immigrants with Criminality: Policy and Punitive Implications.
  9. Fisher, J., & Keene, J. Examining cognitive load and recall for educational multimedia messages in ADHD and high media multitasking populations.
  10. Fisher, J., Keene, J., Huskey, R., & Weber, R. The offramp problem: Treating media psychology as an insular field inhibits theoretical and empirical progress. Top 5 Paper, Communication Science & Biology Division.
  11. Harrison, K. E., High, A., & Wotipka, C. The (Un)Importance of a gut feeling: Information seeking strategies in online dating.
  12. Huskey, R. Craighead, B., Miller, M., & Weber, R. Intrinsic reward motivates shifts between cognitive control and default mode networks during task performance.
  13. Kam, J. A., & Pérez Torres, D. Perceived parental legitimacy as a moderator of parent-child communication’s effects on Latinx adolescent substance use.
  14. Kam, J. A., Marcoulides, K., Steuber, K. R., Mendez Murillo, R. Uncovering patterns of family-undocumented-status disclosures for Latinx early adolescents: A latent transition analysis.
  15. Keblusek, L. (Poster). Causes and effects of indirect interpersonal aggression: A review and synthesis. 
  16. Keblusek, L. (Poster). The evolution of sex differences in aggression: A costliness continuum perspective.
  17. Keblusek, L., & Giles. Dress style and appearance in intergroup life.  
  18. Leonardi, P., Stohl, C., & Stohl, M. Strategic and inadvertent information opacity: the perils, opportunities and consequences for organizations in the digital age. In the paper panel, ‘Infostructuring’: information control and visibilities in digital spaces.
  19. Lonergan, C., & Weber, R. Reconceptualizing physical sex as continuous: Are there sex differences in video game preference? Top 5 Paper, Communication Science & Biology Division.
  20. Metzger, M. J., Wilson. C., & Zhao, B. Y. Passive social interaction in social networking sites.
  21. Nabi, R., Nicholls, S., Keblusek, L., Huskey, R., & Reed, M. When audiences become advocates: Dissonance-driven behavior change through health message posting in social media.
  22. Pearce, K. E. & Rice, R. E. Somewhat separate and unequal: Social networking site choice and activity differences and their capital-enhancing potential.
  23. Pines, R., & Kam, J. A. Who do I try to be when I interpret for others? Understanding relational quality associated with language brokers’ strategic identity goals.
  24. Prusova, D., Adams, A., Dunbar, N. E., Klapilova, K., & Lindova, J. Successful Dominance Strategies in Romantic Couples' Conflict.
  25. Putnam, L. L. (panel participant). What counts as organizational communication? Insights from book, journal, handbook, and encyclopedia editors.
  26. Putnam, L. L., & Ashcraft, K. L. Gender, communication, and organizational paradox.
  27. Reich, S., Reinecke, L., Hefner, D., Winkler, J., Hopp, F. R., Knop-Huelss, K., Chan, M., Owen, B., & Vorderer, P. Self-construal, cultural values and everyday life with a smartphone - Intercultural differences in being permanently online and connected.
  28. Rice, R. E. (Co-organizer and presenter, panel). Debating affordances: Defining and refining the contours of affordance measurement and theory.
  29. Rice, R. E. (Respondent). Mapping digital divides in communication practices across major life realms.
  30. Rice, R. E., Gustafson, A., & Hoffman, Z. Uncertainty and opinion divergence framing in climate change news, 2005-2015.
  31. Robinson, B., Reid, S. A., Rushforth, C., Keblusek, L, Hatsell, E., Peindo, S., & Dragojevic, M. Can evolved sexual strategies be observed in online dating profiles?
  32. Smith, B. K., & Woo, D. TAM3, the reasoned action approach, and technological affordances: Choosing a parsimonious model for understanding technology use in organizations.
  33. Suh, J. Y., & Metzger, M. J. Comparative optimism about privacy risks on Facebook.
  34. Sun, S., Merolla, A. J., & Seo, M. Public and personal responses to environmental pollution in China: Applying a differential susceptibility framework.
  35. Weber, R., Mangus, J. M., Huskey, R., Amir, O., Swanson, R., Gordon, A., Khooshabeh, P., Hahn, L., & Tamborini, R. Extracting moral foundations from text narratives: Relevance, challenges, and solutions.
  36. Woo, D. Knowledge sharing in long-term cross boundary collaboration: A field study of urban planning process.