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ICA22 Research Showcase

Researchers in the Department of Communication will present 54 unique research studies at the annual meeting of the International Communication Association. Three of these studies won a Top Paper award.

Research conducted by undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty in the Department of Communication will be heavily represented at this year's meeting of the International Communication Association. Researchers in the Department earned three Top Paper Awards and a total of 54 different studies were accepted. Cuihua (Cindy) Shen chairs the Computational Methods Division and Richard Huskey is vice chair of the Communication Science and Biology Interest Group. In addition, students and faculty will play active roles in the two-day Hackathon, which is co-hosted by Computational Methods and Communication Science and Biology, and co-sponsored by the Department of Communication.

Below is a full list of the studies being presented at ICA this year.

A Multi-Country Study of the Impact of COVID-19 News Coverage on Public’s Risk Perceptions
Sijia Qian; Jingwen Zhang; Cuihua Shen; Jingbo Meng; Kaiping Chen; Anfan Chen

A PRISMA Guided Meta-Analysis of the Uncanny Valley
William Weisman; Jorge Peña; Michael W. Andrews

A Theoretically and Empirically Driven Affordances approach to Measuring Social Media Use
Marina Krcmar; Shannon Howley; Drew P. Cingel

Audience Size, Moderator Activity, Gender and Content Diversity: Exploring User Participation and Financial Commitment on Twitch.tv
Grace H. Wolff; Cuihua Shen

Breaking down the Panopticon: an ABM on self-censorship and social network structure
Qiankun Zhong

Challenges and opportunities of individual-level trace data
Magdalena Wojcieszak

Challenges and Solutions for Automated Classification of Online Content
Magdalena Wojcieszak

Child problematic YouTube use and age inappropriate content: A content analysis of children’s favorite YouTube channels
Lauren B. Taylor; Drew P. Cingel

Co-authorship among Elite Scholars: A Network Analysis of the International Communication Association’s Fellows
George A. Barnett; Han Woo Park

Comparing differential relationships between active and passive Facebook, Instagram, and
Snapchat use and young adults’ well-being
Yifan Zhao; Drew P. Cingel

Concrete Language Expression and Suicidal Behaviors on r/suicidewatch subreddit
Hannah Stevens; Yoo Jung Oh; Muhammad E. Rasul

Deconstructing written rules and hierarchy in Peer Produced Software Communities
Mahasweta Chakraborti; Qiankun Zhong; Beril Bulat; Seth Frey

Decreasing stereotypes toward older adults through embodiment of elderly video game protagonist and visualizing an older self
Jeffrey T. Tseng; Jorge Peña

Designing Social Media for Scalable Suicide Prevention: A Social Norms Approach
Michael C. Carter; Drew P. Cingel

Dissonance between Posts of Health Agencies and Public Comments regarding COVID-19 and Vaccination on Facebook in Northern California
Christopher Calabrese; Haoning Xue; Jingwen Zhang

Effects of fact-checking labels on credibility judgement and engagement: findings from observational and experiment studies
Haoning Xue; Jingwen Zhang

Exploring the relations of subjective and objective Instagram use on young adults' well-being
Yifan Zhao; Drew P. Cingel; Lindai Xie; Muheng Yu

Frame Ownership Theory
Hannah Dillman Murnane; Amber Boydstun; Alexandra Feddersen

Gender Disparities in Social Live Streaming Service (SLSS) Communities
Cuihua Shen

How ‘Flow’ Can You Go: Replicating and Extending the Nonlinear Attentional Saturation Hypothesis (NASH) of Dynamic Attention Networks During Immersive Media Use
Paula T. Wang; Sungbin Youk; Kylie Woodman; Richard Huskey; Rene Weber

How Sex is Referenced in Netflix Original, Adolescent-Oriented Series: A Content Analysis of Subtitles
Muheng Yu; Michael C. Carter; Drew P. Cingel; Jeanette B. Ruiz

I Got Vaccinated Today: Understanding Linguistic Cues and Development of LSTM neural network model for Vaccination Behavior Classification
Yoo Jung Oh; Hannah Stevens; Christopher Calabrese; Yantong Ye; Jason Tin

Identify the integration and segregation dynamics of social network dynamics and its influence on the collective attention, learning, and innovation
Jason X. Gong; Haoning Xue; Richard Huskey; Cuihua Shen; Seth Frey

Interdependence of Emotions in Online Disasters Communication
Pablo M. Flores

Machine Translation Demonstrating the Preservation of Semantic Content Across Multi-Language Dataset for use in State of the Art English-Trained Tools
William Weisman; Seth Frey; Edward Chew; Jingying Huang

Media Decision Making Study
Jason X. Gong; Richard Huskey

Modeling Human Music Mobility
Jason X. Gong; Richard Huskey

Parasocial Relating and Identity Salience: The Creation and Validation of a PSR & Identity Salience Instrument
Supreet Mann; Hannah Stevens

Parental COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy
Jeanette B. Ruiz; Robert Bell

Partisanship on social media: In-party love among American politicians, greater engagement with out-party hate among ordinary users
Xudong Yu; Magdalena Wojcieszak; Andreu Casas

Pathways to Youth Political Participation: Media Literacy, Parental Intervention, and Cognitive Mediation
Seungsu Lee; Jaeho Cho; Sangmi Kim

Persistence of STEM Major Students: The Impact of Parents and Peers on Major Satisfaction
Supreet Mann; Adrienne Nishina; Alysha Ramirez Hall

Persuasive Narratives about Osteoporosis: Effects of Protagonist Competence, Narrator Point Of View, And Subjective Risk
Meng Chen; Laramie Taylor; Robert Bell

Pre-Registration: In-party love or out-party hate: How do American partisan news media report politics?
Xudong Yu; Magdalena Wojcieszak; Amber Boydstun

Psychophysiological Foundation of The Polarization Effect: The Role of Aversive Motivational System
Yuxuan Xiang; Narine Yegiyan; Magdalena Wojcieszak; Xudong Yu

Reasons for my intentions: Donor registry sign-up and family discussion about deceased organ donation
Hee Sun Park; Doshik Yun; Yoo Jung Oh; Yoona Kim; Hyeon Myeong Ki; Yeseul Choi; Sooyeon Park

Reduction of race and gender bias in recommendations for clinical treatment using a clinician peer network based intervention in experimental setting
Damon Centola; Douglas Guilbeault; Urmimala Sarkar; Elaine Khoong; Jingwen Zhang

Ritualistic Dynamics of Task and Social-emotional Interactions Predict Interpersonal Influence Outcomes in Compliance-Gaining and Advice-Giving Conversations
Wang Liao; Yoo Jung Oh; Bo Feng; Jingwen Zhang

Social media as a digital context for social interaction: The personal social media ecosystem framework and social media in contemporary society
Michael C. Carter; Drew P. Cingel; Ellen Wartella; Jeanette B. Ruiz

Statistical Power in Experimental Communication Science: An Assessment of Two Decades’ Research (2001-2020)
Ye Sun; Lijiang Shen; Zhongdang Pan; Sijia Qian

The development and validation of a measure of moral intuition salience for children and adolescents: The Moral Intuitions and Development Scale (MIDS)
Drew P. Cingel; Marina Krcmar; Catherine A. Marple; Allyson L. Snyder

The Dynamics of Changing Social Representations of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Chinese Social Media in 2020
Jingwen Zhang; Anfan Chen; Wang Liao; Chen Luo; Cuihua Shen; Bo Feng

The Effect of Contact and User-Avatar Similarity on Intergroup Perceptions in VR
Gabrielle C. Ibasco; Wei Jie Dominic Koek; Vivian Hsueh Hua Chen; Jorge Peña

The Impact of Professionalism on Social Discrimination in Sharing Economy: A Study of Airbnb Stay Choice and Review Positivity in New York City
Chao Yu; Wang Liao

The Impact of Remote Learning on Adolescent Media Use and Self-Regulatory Skills
Lauren B. Taylor; Drew P. Cingel; Alexis Lauricella; Ellen Wartella

The Other 97%: Exposure to and Effects of Political Content Beyond News : Evidence from browsing data in three countries
Magdalena Wojcieszak; Ericka Menchen-Trevino; Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg; Sjifra de Leeuw

Theory Is Enabled And Constrained By Method: A Dispatch From The Front Lines of Communication Neuroscience
Richard Huskey

TikTok and Body Image: Exploring User Motives and Young Women’s Internalization of the Thin Ideal
Sofia V. Rhea; Hannah Stevens; Laramie Taylor

Trends in Communication Doctoral Admission Requirements During the COVID Pandemic
Mercedes Ross; Richard Huskey; Laramie Taylor

United States adolescents’ attitudes toward school, social connection, media use, and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic: Differences as a function of school context and gender identity
Drew P. Cingel; Alexis Lauricella; Lauren B. Taylor; Hannah Stevens; Sarah Coyne; Ellen Wartella

Unpacking multimodal fact-checking: Features and engagement of fact-checking videos on Chinese TikTok (Douyin)
Yingdan Lu; Cuihua Shen

What makes misinformation go viral? Effects of emotion arousal and discrete emotions on misinformation discernment and transmission
Haoning Xue

When National Identity Meets Conspiracies: The Reinforcement Loop of Identity Language on Public Participation and Discourse of COVID-19 Conspiracies on Weibo
Anfan Chen; Kaiping Chen; Jingwen Zhang; Jingbo Meng; Cuihua Shen

When Partisans Do Not Share Partisan News: Third-Person Effect in an Era of Polarized Politics
Seungsu Lee