The annual meeting of the International Communication Association (#ICA20) might be virtual this year, but we are still very excited to share our research at this meeting. This year, the lab will present six studies in Communication Science and Biology, Information Systems, and Mass Communication. The lab will also present a perspective on Open Science in the conference theme panel. Below, you can find complete details about these projects, including links to slides and presentation videos (where appropriate). Have questions? Let us know, we’d love to chat!
Bullock, O. M., Shulman, & Huskey, R. Enhancing our Understanding of When and Why Narrative Persuasion is Successful: A Test of Processing Fluency and Identification. Mass Communication Division.
Dienlin, T., Johannes, N., Bowman, N. D., Masur, P. K., Engesser, S., . . . , Huskey, R., . . . , & Vreese C. D. An Agenda for Open Science in Communication. Conference Theme Panel. Slides and Presentation.
Gong & Duff. An Exploration Account of Media Multitasking: The Exploration-Exploitation Model to Explain Media Multitasking Behavior. Communication Science and Biology Interest Group. Slides and Presentation.
Gong & Yegiyan. When to Switch? An Information Foraging Model of Media Switching Behaviors. Information Systems Division. Presentation.
Huskey, R. & Calcagnotto, L. Ground Truth of Measurement Error: Tools for Validating Reaction Time Stimuli in the Era of Open Science. Communication Science and Biology Interest Group. Slides and Presentation.