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SEMI-ME research group

Selective Exposure to Mass & Interpersonal Messages Effects

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Prof. Benjamin Johnson
Prof. Laura Willis
Prof. Melanie Sarge
Prof. Matthias Hastall

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SEMI-MI Research Lab Schedule Spring 2019

  • JOINT RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS Tuesdays, 11:00am-12:00pm, JR 339 
  • TEAM SELF MEETINGS THURSDAY 11:00am-12:00pm, JR339
  • TEAM INFO MEETINGS THURSDAY 12:00am-1:00pm, JR339

 

 

  SEMI-MI Research Lab Schedule Autumn 2018

Wednesdays, 12:30-1:30pm, JR 339

  Date Topic
1. 8/22 Introductions + planning
2. 8/29 No meeting (everyone miss Silvia on your own)
3. 9/5 Wenbo becomes self-aware
4. 9/12 Daniel’s Dani (an emerging study butterfly)
5. 9/19 Wildcard (talk job hunt process?)
6. 9/26 Jessica thinks things through
7. 10/3 Kate proposes to the lab
8. 10/10 Rebecca does it all
9. 10/17 George figures out his future
10. 10/24 NCA practice talks
11. 10/31 Spooky meeting! Also, ICA submissions due tomorrow
12. 11/7 No meeting (NCA)
13. 11/14 Austin’s stellar stimuli
14. 11/21 No meeting (Thanksgiving)
15. 11/28 Elizabeth on choosing inspiring content
16. 12/5 End of Semester Seasonal Shebang

 

Individual Meetings with Silvia

George/Kate: Wednesday 9:30 starting 9/5

Daniel: Friday 9:30 starting 9/7

Rebecca/Elizabeth: Wednesday 1:30 starting 9/5

Emily

 

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Spring Semester 2018

Weekly group meetings on Wednesdays, 10:05-11:05, Derby 3150

  SEMI-MI Research Lab Schedule Spring 2018

Wednesdays, 10:05-11:05 am, DB 3150

  Date Topic
1. 1/10 Introductions + plan meetings and priorities
2. 1/17 George (online memory)
3. 1/24 Hannah (intergroup contact)
4. 1/31 Ling (confirmation bias before snap election in Japan)
5. 2/7 Austin
6. 2/14 Hannah (2nd yr talk)
7. 2/21 Rebecca (deviance)
8. 2/28 Daniel (2nd yr talk)
9. 3/7 Emily & Rebecca (Harvey)
10. 3/14 No lab (Spring Break)
11. 3/21 Jessica about something
12. 3/28 NCA / AEJMC deadlines
13. 4/4 Bri (thesis)
14. 4/11 Conference rehearsals (Kate, Emily&Rebecca, George & Daniel)
15. 4/18 Research tools day (George & Daniel)
16. 4/25 End-of-year fun get-together

Individual Meetings Spring 18 semester

George                               12:45 Wednesday
Bri                                     11:20 Wednesday
Kate                                  10:00 Thursday
Daniel                               12:00 Wednesday
Rebecca                            11:05 Thursday
Emily                                11:05 Thursday
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Research Group Meetings – Schedule Fall 2017

  Tuesdays, 1-2 pm, DB 3116
  Date Topic
1. 8/22 Introductions + plan meetings and priorities
2. 8/29 Daniel (selective exposure to political online messages)
3. 9/5 Justin (moral considerations in media choice)
4. 9/12 Austin (processing of science messages)
5. 9/19 SESAM presentation by Silvia
6. 9/26 Rebecca and Emily (narrative persuasion & news)
7. 10/3 Hannah (appearance feedback messages)
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10/10

10/12 & 10/13

Silvia on research procedure design

Off-campus writing group meetings, 8:30 am – 1 pm

9. 10/17 Kate (message impacts on women’s career aspirations)
10. 10/24 George (selective exposure to online messages, commenting)
11. 10/31 Halloween fun get-together (ICA deadline imminent!)
12. 11/7 Jessica (selective exposure to science information)
13. 11/14 No lab; NCA
14. 11/21 Simon
15. 11/28 Bri (selective exposure to social media health messages)
16. 12/5 End-of-year fun get-together

Weekly Individual Student Meetings with Silvia, Derby 3020

Tuesdays:
9:00 George
9:30-10:15 Jessica
10:15-11 Bri
11-11:30 Kate
11:30-12 Daniel
12-12:30 Rebecca and Emily
12:30-1 Free time
1-2 Research group meeting, Derby 3116

Thursdays
10-10:30 Ling
10:30-11 Simon

Images and Events

Presenters at AEJMC conference in Washington DC – Rebecca Frazer, Daniel Sude, Jessica McKnight, and George Pearson

End-of-Academic-Year Celebration, April 2018, with sparkling fruit juice (of course!)

 

Accepted Submissions for the 2018 ICA conference:

  • Luong, K. T., Knobloch-Westerwick, S., & Niewiesk, S. (2018). Superstars are within reach: The role of perceived attainability & role congruity in media role models on women’s social comparison. Paper to be presented at annual conference of the International Communication Association, Prague/Czech Republic.
  • Sude, D., Knobloch-Westerwick, S., Westerwick, A., & Robinson, M. (2018). Prey to peers’ postings: Mass media versus blended communication impacts on confirmation bias, attitude change. Paper to be presented at annual conference of the International Communication Association, Prague/Czech Republic.

 

Dana and Berkay (undergraduate collaborators) presenting at OSU Denman Forum, April 2018

 

End-of-Year Get-Together

Products from End-of-Year Get-Together

 

Research Group meeting, Halloween 2017

 

Bri presenting our TOP PAPER at AEJMC, May 2017

 

George, Missy, Silvia, Bri and Daniel at Irish Pub during AEJMC conference in Chicago, August 2017

 

Missy with her TOP PAPER award at ICA conference in San Diego, May 2017

 

TOP PAPER with JC, at ICA conference in San Diego, May 2017

 

Silvia with (present and alumni) doctoral advisees at ICA conference, San Diego, May 2017

 

Missy’s Graduation Ceremony, OSU Stadium, May 2017

 

Kate receiving the Walter B. Emery Scholarship, a research award at COMM Day, April 2017

 

End-of-Academic-Year celebration, April 2017

 

Jonathan and Sri (undergraduate collaborators) presenting at OSU Denman Forum, March 2017

 

Travis and Erin (undergraduate collaborators) presenting at OSU Denman Forum, March 2016

 

Research Group members at 2015 ‘COMM bar crawl’

 

End-of-Year Celebration, December 2014

End-of-Year Celebration, December 2014