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Self-disclosure and liking in computer-mediated communication
N Kashian, J Jang, SY Shin, Y Dai, JB Walther
Computers in Human Behavior 71, 275-283, 2017
702017
Risk assessment in e-commerce: How sellers’ photos, reputation scores, and the stake of a transaction influence buyers’ purchase behavior and information processing
Y Dai, G Viken, E Joo, G Bente
Computers in Human Behavior, https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/ar, 2018
452018
Investigating moderating roles of goals, reviewer similarity, and self-disclosure on the effect of argument quality of online consumer reviews on attitude formation
BP SY Shin, B Van Der Heide, D Beyea, Y Dai (Nancy)
Computers in Human Behavior 76, 218-226, 2017
422017
The influence of responses to self-disclosure on liking in computer-mediated communication
Y Dai, SY Shin, N Kashian, J Jang, JB Walther
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 35 (4), 394-411, 2016
222016
Vicariously Experiencing Parasocial Intimacy with Public Figures Through Observations of Interactions on Social Media
Y Dai, J Walther
Human Communication Research, https://doi.org/10.1093/hcr/hqy003, 2018
192018
Emotional support from AI chatbots: Should a supportive partner self-disclose or not?
J Meng, Y Dai
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 26 (4), 207-222, 2021
142021
The Effect of Message Persistence and Disclosure on Liking in Computer-Mediated Communication
JB Walther, N Kashian, JW Jang, SY Shin, YN Dai, M Koutamanis
Media Psychology, 1-20, 2016
142016
The wisdom of the crowd versus the wisdom in the crowd: Testing the effects of aggregate user representation, valence, and argument strength on attitude formation in online reviews
Y Dai, B Van Der Heide, AJ Mason, SY Shin
International Journal of Communication 13, 24, 2019
102019
The effects of message order and debiasing information in misinformation correction
Y Dai, W Yu, F Shen
International Journal of Communication 15, 21, 2021
82021
Promoting Favorable Attitudes Toward Seeking Counseling Among People With Depressive Symptomatology: A Masspersonal Communication Approach
J Shi, Y Dai
Health Communication, https://doi.org/10.1080/10410236.2020.18, 2020
42020
Curbing Negativity: Influence of Providing Justifications About Control Over User-Generated Comments on Social Media
B Shin, S.Y., Dai, Y., Beyea, D. Prchal, B. Makki, T. W., Schlafhauser, K ...
Communication Research 47 (6), 838–859, 2020
42020
Health pandemic in the era of (mis)information: examining the utility of using victim narrative and social endorsement of user-generated content to reduce panic buying in the U.S.
Y Dai, JW Kim, W Jia
Journal of Applied Communication Research, 2022
22022
Vicarious Interactions in Online Support Communities: The Roles of Visual Anonymity and Social Identification
Y Dai, J Shi
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 27 (3), 2022
12022
How reading information on SNSs influences interpersonal and personal certainties about a target: The effects of information valence, information source, and positivism bias
Y Dai, SY Shin
Communication Studies, 2022
2022
The paradoxical effects of institutional trust on risk perception and risk management in the Covid-19 pandemic: evidence from three societies
Y Dai, YHC Huang, W Jia, Q Cai
Journal of Risk Research, 2022
2022
The effects of self-generated and other-generated eWOM in inoculating against misinformation
Y Dai, W Jia, L Fu, M Sun, CL Jiang
Telematics and Infomatics 71, 2022
2022
An Online Seller’s Dilemma: How a User’s Claim About Comment Deletion Affects Product Evaluation and Purchase Intention via Seller Disliking
SY Shin, Y Dai
International Journal of Communication, 1371–1394, 2022
2022
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