David Westerman
David Westerman
Associate Professor of Communication, North Dakota State University
Verified email at ndsu.edu
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The role of friends’ appearance and behavior on evaluations of individuals on Facebook: Are we known by the company we keep?
JB Walther, B Van Der Heide, SY Kim, D Westerman, ST Tong
Human communication research 34 (1), 28-49, 2008
11762008
Social media as information source: Recency of updates and credibility of information
D Westerman, PR Spence, B Van Der Heide
Journal of computer-mediated communication 19 (2), 171-183, 2014
6632014
A social network as information: The effect of system generated reports of connectedness on credibility on Twitter
D Westerman, PR Spence, B Van Der Heide
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (1), 199-206, 2012
3912012
Young adults’ use of communication technology within their romantic relationships and associations with attachment style
JN Morey, AL Gentzler, B Creasy, AM Oberhauser, D Westerman
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (4), 1771-1778, 2013
1992013
College students' use of electronic communication with parents: Links to loneliness, attachment, and relationship quality
AL Gentzler, AM Oberhauser, D Westerman, DK Nadorff
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 14 (1-2), 71-74, 2011
1672011
How do people really seek information about others?: Information seeking across Internet and traditional communication channels
D Westerman, B Van Der Heide, KA Klein, JB Walther
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 13 (3), 751-767, 2008
1362008
Gender and age effects on information-seeking after 9/11
PR Spence, D Westerman, PD Skalski, M Seeger, TL Sellnow, RR Ulmer
Communication Research Reports 23 (3), 217-223, 2006
1192006
Welcoming our robot overlords: Initial expectations about interaction with a robot
PR Spence, D Westerman, C Edwards, A Edwards
Communication Research Reports 31 (3), 272-280, 2014
1022014
Initial interaction expectations with robots: Testing the human-to-human interaction script
C Edwards, A Edwards, PR Spence, D Westerman
Communication Studies 67 (2), 227-238, 2016
992016
Where the gates matter less: Ethnicity and perceived source credibility in social media health messages
PR Spence, KA Lachlan, D Westerman, SA Spates
Howard Journal of Communications 24 (1), 1-16, 2013
782013
How demanding is social media: Understanding social media diets as a function of perceived costs and benefits–A rational actor perspective
ND Bowman, DK Westerman, CJ Claus
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (6), 2298-2305, 2012
702012
Proxemic effects on information seeking after the September 11 attacks
PR Spence, D Westerman, PD Skalski, M Seeger, RR Ulmer, S Venette, ...
Communication Research Reports 22 (1), 39-46, 2005
582005
Initial expectations, interactions, and beyond with social robots
A Edwards, C Edwards, D Westerman, PR Spence
Computers in Human Behavior 90, 308-314, 2019
572019
Rational actors: Channel selection and rational choices in romantic conflict episodes
BN Frisby, D Westerman
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 27 (7), 970-981, 2010
562010
Talking smack: Verbal aggression in professional wrestling
R Tamborini, RM Chory, K Lachlan, D Westerman, P Skalski
Communication Studies 59 (3), 242-258, 2008
502008
College students' use of communication technology with parents: comparisons between two cohorts in 2009 and 2011
MA Ramsey, AL Gentzler, JN Morey, AM Oberhauser, D Westerman
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 16 (10), 747-752, 2013
462013
Telepresence and the exemplification effects of disaster news
D Westerman, PR Spence, KA Lachlan
Communication studies 60 (5), 542-557, 2009
462009
On replication in communication science
B McEwan, CJ Carpenter, D Westerman
Communication Studies 69 (3), 235-241, 2018
452018
Learned risks and experienced rewards: Exploring the potential sources of students' attitudes toward social media and face-to-face communication
D Westerman, ES Daniel, ND Bowman
The Internet and Higher Education 31, 52-57, 2016
422016
The influence of social media influencers: Understanding online vaping communities and parasocial interaction through the lens of Taylor’s six-segment strategy wheel
ES Daniel Jr, EC Crawford Jackson, DK Westerman
Journal of Interactive Advertising 18 (2), 96-109, 2018
402018
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