These selected publications reflect the breath of research that faculty members in the Department of Communication conduct.
Pan, W., Feng, B., & Wingate, S. (2017).
What you say is what you get: How self-disclosure in support-seeking affects language use in support provision in online support forums.
Journal of Language and Social Psychology. doi: 0261927X17706983
Feng, B., Li, S., & Li, N. (2016).
Is a profile worth a thousand words?: How online support-seeker’s profile features may influence the quality of received support messages.
Communication Research, 43, 253-276.
Zhang, J., Jemmott, J. B., & Jemmott, L. S. (2015).
Mediation and moderation of an efficacious theory-based abstinence-only intervention for African American adolescents.
Health Psychology: Official Journal of the Division of Health Psychology, American Psychological Association, 34(12), 1175–1184.
Zhang, J., Brackbill, D., Yang, S., & Centola, D. (2015).
Efficacy and causal mechanism of an online social media intervention to increase physical activity: Results of a randomized controlled trial.
Preventive Medicine Reports, 2, 651–657.
Dailey, R. M., & Palomares, N. A. (2004).
Strategic topic avoidance: an investigation of topic avoidance frequency, strategies used, and relational correlates
Communication Monographs, 71(4), 471–496. =