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Katherine Grasso

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Katherine graduated in 2011 from Suffolk University with a BA in Communication Studies and a minor in History. In spring of 2009 she circumnavigated the world on Semester at Sea. She is interested in studying how individuals’ network characteristics influence their health information-seeking behavior and the effects of media on health and wellness.

Ruiz, J.B. & Grasso, K.L. (2013, November). Online Resolution? Support and Advice Seeking for Partner’s Pornography Use and Addiction. Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Communication Association, Washington D.C.

Palomares, N. A., Grasso, K. L., & Li, A. S. (2013, November). Secondary "goals" are not goals: Differentiating goals and constraints. Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Communication Association, Washington D.C.

Palomares, N. A., Grasso, K., Li, N., & Li, A. S. (2012, November). When suspiciousness fosters negatively valenced goal inferences. Paper presented at the annual convention of the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL.

Palomares, N. A., Li, N., Li, A. S., & Grasso, K. (2013, June). The content of goal inferences in conversation: How goal congruency influences the goals people infer. Paper submitted to the annual conference of the International Communication Association, London, UK.