2020 NCA UCSB Graduate Students Papers and Panel Presentations

Afifi, T. D., Fujiwara, K., Dunbar, N. E., Otmar, C. D., & Mazur, A. P. (2020, November). Using computerized coding with OpenPose to capture engagement in virtual reality of residents who have dementia. National Communication Association’s 106th Annual Convention. Indianapolis, IN, United States. [Panel presentation]

Edwards, A. L. & Neuberger, L. (2020, November). Will I get bit by a mosquito and die from EEE? Examining the impact of framing on uncertainty and self-efficacy. Accepted to the National Communication Association 2020. [Panel presentation]

Edwards, A. L., Gulliford, T., Joseph, C. M., & Santiago, J. (2020, November). Revising Judith H. Katz’ 1978 drawbridge exercise for communication courses. Accepted to the National Communication Association 2020. [Paper presentation]

Edwards, A. L., Lyn, K., & Sheppard, R. (2020, November). Whose fault is it anyway? Examining student e-mailing behavior in regards to race, gender, and fault. Accepted to the National Communication Association 2020. [Paper presentation]

Endacott, C. G. (2020, November, virtual presentation). Designing the perfect work day: The work of organizing with artificially intelligent scheduling technologies. To be presented to the Organizational Communication division of the National Communication Association, Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Fisher, J.T., Chen, Y., Hopp, F.R., & Weber, R. (2020). Uncovering the structure of media multitasking and attention problems using network analytic techniques. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Gibbs, J. L., Kirkwood, G., & Rice, R. E. (November, 2020). Digital discipline: Theorizing concertive control in online communities. Paper accepted for the Organizational Communication division of National Communication Association Convention, Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Giles, M. & Myers, K. K. (November 2020). Counterflows: Explaining police and firefighter actions and consequences for the communicative constitution of organizations following policy changes. Paper accepted for the Organizational Communication division of National Communication Association Convention, Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Halverson, A., King, J., Silva, L., Church, S., & Brubaker, P. (2020, November 19–22). Rejecting Others on Dating Apps. National Communication Association 106th Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Hopp, F.R., Fisher, J.T., & Weber, R. (2020). The neurophysiology of affective disposition theory. [TOP Paper] Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Hopp, F.R., Fisher, J.T., & Weber, R. (2020, November). Predicting movie performance from latent moral values in movie scripts. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

King, J., & Callahan, C. (2020, November 19–22). The Use of Brazilian and U.S. Media by Brazilian Immigrants in Online Mental Health Information Seeking. National Communication Association 106th Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

King, J., & Fretwell, L. (2020, November 19–22). Asian American Cultural Identity on Instagram. National Communication Association 106th Annual Convention, Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Kirkwood, G., Hansia, M., & Otmar, C. (November, 2020). Who’s leading this dance? Theorizing strategic synchrony in human-machine interactions. Paper accepted for the Nonverbal Communication Division at the National Communication Association Convention, Indianapolis, IN. [Panel presentation]

Kirkwood, G., Wilkenfeld, N., & Dunbar, N.E. (November, 2020). Exoskeletons and the future of work: Envisioning power and control in a workforce without limits. Paper accepted for the Human Communication and Technology Division at the National Communication Association Convention, Indianapolis, IN. [Paper presentation]

Mason, A. J., Shebib, S. J., Boumis, J. K., Allard, A., Holmstrom, A. J., & Mazur, A. P. (2020, November). Seeing invisible support: Clarification and extension of concept. National Communication Association’s 106th Annual Convention. Indianapolis, IN, United States. [Panel presentation]

Salehuddin, A. S. & Young, S. L. (2020, November 19-22). The role of hopeful apology in the forgiveness process model: Forgiveness and relational continuance. Presented [in the Interpersonal Communication Division] at the 106th National Communication Association Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana. https://ww4.aievolution.com/nca2001/index.cfm?do=ev.viewEv&ev=13580 [Paper presentation]

Salehuddin, A. S. (2020, November 19-22). Using the rhetoric of mass shooting to conceal domestic terrorism: Political friend or enemy? Presented [in the Mass Communication Division] at the 106th National Communication Association Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana. https://ww4.aievolution.com/nca2001/index.cfm?do=ev.viewEv&ev=12391 [Paper presentation]

Yang, Y. (2020). Institutional pressure for Corporate Social Responsibility: The relational dynamics among NGOs, GOs, and corporations, and their association with CSR practices. To be presented at the National Communication Association, Indianapolis, Indiana. Organizational Communication Division.  [Paper presentation]