Samuel Hardman Taylor
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" Alexa is my new BFF" Social Roles, User Satisfaction, and Personification of the Amazon Echo
A Purington, JG Taft, S Sannon, NN Bazarova, SH Taylor
Proceedings of the 2017 CHI conference extended abstracts on human factors …, 2017
Upstanding by design: Bystander intervention in cyberbullying
D DiFranzo, SH Taylor, F Kazerooni, OD Wherry, NN Bazarova
Proceedings of the 2018 CHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2018
Enjoyment fosters media use frequency and determines its relational outcomes: Toward a synthesis of uses and gratifications theory and media multiplexity theory
AM Ledbetter, SH Taylor, JP Mazer
Computers in Human Behavior 54, 149-157, 2016
Cyberbullying bystander intervention: The number of offenders and retweeting predict likelihood of helping a cyberbullying victim
F Kazerooni, SH Taylor, NN Bazarova, J Whitlock
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 23 (3), 146-162, 2018
Accountability and empathy by design: Encouraging bystander intervention to cyberbullying on social media
SH Taylor, D DiFranzo, YH Choi, S Sannon, NN Bazarova
Proceedings of the ACM on Human-Computer Interaction 3 (CSCW), 1-26, 2019
Social consequences of Grindr use: Extending the internet-enhanced self-disclosure hypothesis
SH Taylor, JA Hutson, TR Alicea
Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2017
Revisiting media multiplexity: A longitudinal analysis of media use in romantic relationships
SH Taylor, NN Bazarova
Journal of Communication 68 (6), 1104-1126, 2018
Social Media and Close Relationships: A Puzzle of Connection and Disconnection
SH Taylor, P Zhao, NN Bazarova
Current Opinion in Psychology, 2022
Over-gratified, under-gratified, or just right? Applying the gratification discrepancy approach to investigate recurrent Facebook use
S Rokito, YH Choi, SH Taylor, NN Bazarova
Computers in Human Behavior 93, 76-83, 2019
Extending media multiplexity theory to the extended family: Communication satisfaction and tie strength as moderators of violations of media use expectations
SH Taylor, AM Ledbetter
New Media & Society 19 (9), 1369-1387, 2017
Tracing the adoption and effects of open science in communication research
DM Markowitz, H Song, SH Taylor
Journal of Communication 71 (5), 739-763, 2021
An experimental test of how selfies change social judgments on Facebook
SH Taylor, AS Hinck, H Lim
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (10), 610-614, 2017
Trusting on the shoulders of open giants? Open science Increases trust in science for the public and academics
HJ Song, DM Markowitz, SH Taylor
Journal of Communication, 2022
A long look back: an analysis of 50 years of organizational communication research (1964-2013)
JT Garner, JP Ragland, M Leite, J Young, G Bergquist, S Summers, ...
Review of Communication Research 4, 29-64, 2016
Initial specification and empirical test of media enjoyment theory
SH Taylor, AM Ledbetter, JP Mazer
Communication Research 47 (8), 0093650217741029, 2020
Always Available, Always Attached: A Relational Perspective on the Effects of Mobile Phones and Social Media on Subjective Well-Being
SH Taylor, NN Bazarova
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 26 (4), 187-206, 2021
An Initial Conceptualization of Algorithm Responsiveness: Comparing Perceptions of Algorithms Across Social Media Platforms
SH Taylor, M Choi
Social Media+ Society 8 (4), 20563051221144322, 2022
Social Media and Subjective Well-Being: A Relational Perspective
SH Taylor, NN Bazarova
A Networked Self and Love, 86-112, 2018
Entering the Fold: Exploring the Encounter Stage in the Socialization Process within the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
SH Taylor, J Young, S Summers, JT Garner, A Hinderaker
Journal of Communication & Religion 38 (3), 2015
Lonely Algorithms: A Longitudinal Investigation Into the Bidirectional Relationship Between Algorithm Responsiveness and Loneliness
SH Taylor, M Choi
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 02654075231156623, 2023
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