New Research at Maryland

UPDATED: Newly published research by members of the Department of Communication:

Recently published in the Journal of Health Communication: "Investigating the Interplay of Self-Construal and Independent vs. Interdependent Self-Affirmation," co-authored by Ph.D. alumnum Zexin Ma and Professor Xiaoli Nan.

Recently published in the Western Journal of Communication: "Kairotic Reflections on Detroit: The Rhetorical Cartography of the Heidelberg Project," authored by Assistant Professor Michelle Murray Yang.

Recently published in the Quarterly Journal of Speech: "Technolibreal Rhetoric, Civic Attention, and Common Sensation in Sergey Brin's 'Why Google Glass?'" authored by Associate Professor Damien Pfister.

Recently published in the Western Journal of Communication: "Personalizing Conflict in Different Interpersonal Relationship Types," co-authored by Associate Professor Dale Hample and Ph.D. alumnum Adam Richards.

Recently published in Communication Education: "Autism Stigma in Communication Classrooms: Exploring Peer Attitudes and Motivations Toward Interacting with Atypical Students," co-authored by Ph.D. student Victoria Ledford and Ph.D. alumnum Jill Cornelius Underhill.

Recently published in Review of Communication: "Relative Persuasiveness of Gain- and Loss-Framed Messages: A Review of Theoretical Perspectives and Developing an Integrative Framework," co-authored by Professor Xiaoli Nan and Ph.D. alumnum Kelly Daily.

Recently published in Health Communication: "Positive Facts, Negative Stories: Message Framing as a Moderator of Narrative Persuasion in Antismoking Communication," co-authored by Ph.D. alumnum Zexin Ma and Professor Xiaoli Nan.

    

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