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Is Online Debate Widening Our Political Divide?
Study finds that political expression on social media hardens political beliefs and hampers consensus.
Located in Research | Research Spotlight
Study replicates avatar effects on gamers' physical activity in the real world
Does your avatar's size effect your physical activity?
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Are Men Better Gamers Than Women?
Study debunks the gender performance gap in two massively multiplayer online games.
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Content Posts Computational Communication Research Lab: C^2
Our Computational Communication Research Lab (run by Profs. Hilbert, Shen & Barnett) uses the digital (big data) footprint, computer simulations, machine-learning and other techniques to detect new patterns in human and social communication.
Located in Research | Research Spotlight
Content Posts Sex in the Workplace on TV
New study: "Touchy Subjects: Sex in the Workplace on Broadcast, Cable, and Internet Television"
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Communication in Virtual Reality and Video Games
Undergraduate research assistant Emily Fong sits in one room of a two-room laboratory suite in Kerr Hall. A curtain-covered window separates the rooms. On Emily's side of the curtain hang instructions for an experiment. A sticky note pasted to a nearby iMac commands: “RECORD the Session or DIE!”
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