In Channels of Computer-Mediated Communication and Satisfaction in Long-Distance Relationships, Hampton et al. found that “the frequency of utilizing various channels of communication was associated with relationship satisfaction and communication satisfaction.” (p. 171). They argue[…]
In Exploring the Impact of Modality on Perceptions of Credibility for Online News Stories, Spiro Kiousis argues that “a distinction needs to be made between the availability of multimedia content and the extent to which[…]
In Human-Compute Interaction: Psychology as a Science of Design, John Carroll argues that “HCI is the visible part of computer science” that is “a science of design” which “seeks to understand and support human beings[…]
In The Relationship Between Facebook Use and Well-Being Depends on Communication Type and Tie Strength, Burke and Kraut argue that “people derive benefits from online communication, as long it comes from people they care about[…]
In the introduction of Human Computer Interaction by Dix et al. (2004), the authors explain that “computers and related devices have to be designed with an understanding that people with specific tasks in mind will[…]
In Theorizing Interactivity’s Effects, S. Shyam Sundar of Penn State University argues that previous means of measures of interactivity are inherently flawed in that they are premised on the individual user, instead of examining the[…]
In The Medium is the Message, Marshall McLuhan argues that the medium with which a message is sent is itself another message; he claims that “the ‘content’ of any medium is always another medium.” (p.[…]
Junior majoring in Cognitive Science and Psychology, minoring in Sociology / Anthropology.