Crystal Li Jiang 蔣莉
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The disclosure–intimacy link in computer-mediated communication: An attributional extension of the hyperpersonal model
LC Jiang, NN Bazarova, JT Hancock
Human communication research 37 (1), 58-77, 2011
Peer to peer lending: The relationship between language features, trustworthiness, and persuasion success
L Larrimore, L Jiang, J Larrimore, D Markowitz, S Gorski
Journal of Applied Communication Research 39 (1), 19-37, 2011
Absence makes the communication grow fonder: Geographic separation, interpersonal media, and intimacy in dating relationships
L Crystal Jiang, JT Hancock
Journal of Communication 63 (3), 556-577, 2013
From perception to behavior: Disclosure reciprocity and the intensification of intimacy in computer-mediated communication
LC Jiang, NN Bazarova, JT Hancock
Communication Research 40 (1), 125-143, 2013
Predicting intentions to adopt safe home food handling practices. Applying the theory of planned behavior
MA Shapiro, N Porticella, LC Jiang, RB Gravani
Appetite 56 (1), 96-103, 2011
Managing the crowds: The effect of prize guarantees and in-process feedback on participation in crowdsourcing contests
L Jian, S Yang, S Ba, L Lu, C Jiang
University of Connecticut School of Business Research Paper, 2018
Mining social entrepreneurship strategies using topic modeling
Y Chandra, LC Jiang, CJ Wang
PloS one 11 (3), e0151342, 2016
Self-disclosure to parents in emerging adulthood: Examining the roles of perceived parental responsiveness and separation–individuation
LC Jiang, IM Yang, C Wang
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 34 (4), 425-445, 2017
The divided communities of shared concerns: Mapping the intellectual structure of e-Health research in social science journals
LC Jiang, ZZ Wang, TQ Peng, JJH Zhu
International journal of medical informatics 84 (1), 24-35, 2015
Stigmatized portrayals of single women: A content analysis of news coverage on single women and single men in China
W Gong, C Tu, LC Jiang
Journal of Gender Studies 26 (2), 197-211, 2017
Lies in the eye of the beholder: asymmetric beliefs about one’s own and others’ deceptiveness in mediated and face-to-face communication
CL Toma, LC Jiang, JT Hancock
Communication Research 45 (8), 1167-1192, 2018
Core social network size is associated with physical activity participation for fitness app users: The role of social comparison and social support
G Huang, M Sun, LC Jiang
Computers in Human Behavior 129, 107169, 2022
“Of and beyond medical consequences”: Exploring health information scanning and seeking behaviors of Filipino domestic service workers in Hong Kong
JMAC Bernadas, LC Jiang
Health Care for Women International 37 (8), 855-871, 2016
Explaining online health information seeking of foreign domestic workers: A test of the comprehensive model of information seeking
JMAC Bernadas, LC Jiang
Health and Technology 9, 7-16, 2019
Characterization of vaccine tweets during the early stage of the COVID-19 outbreak in the United States: topic modeling analysis
LC Jiang, TH Chu, M Sun
Jmir Infodemiology 1 (1), e25636, 2021
Effects of narrative persuasion in promoting influenza vaccination in Hong Kong: A randomized controlled trial
LC Jiang
Patient Education and Counseling 104 (4), 800-807, 2021
Counteracting indirect influence: the responses of single Chinese women to prejudicial media portrayals of single womanhood
LC Jiang, W Gong
Chinese Journal of Communication 9 (3), 215-231, 2016
Interpersonal influences on self‐management in the eHealth era: predicting the uses of eHealth tools for self‐care in America
M Sun, LC Jiang
Health & Social Care in the Community 29 (2), 464-475, 2021
Improving body satisfaction through fitness app use: Explicating the role of social comparison, social network size, and gender
M Sun, LC Jiang, G Huang
Health Communication, 1-12, 2022
The expected and unexpected media effects on youth’s (mis)perceptions of peer norms: Chinese college students’ overestimation of peer smoking prevalence
MN Wang, CL Jiang
Chinese Journal of Communication, 2016
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