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Cho specializes in media psychology with a particular focus on the cognitive and affective processing of computer-mediated messages.
French is broadly interested in computer-mediated and interpersonal communication.
Herrera’s research interests focus on the psychosocial effects of new media and technology as well as the cognitions and perceptions experienced while interacting with new media.
Annabell studies the psychological effects and dynamics of interacting with computers (such as chatbots).
Sabrina is interested in studying how people form and maintain friendships and romantic relationships through the use of technology.
Hanseul studies the nature and usage of augmented reality and virtual reality.
Mufan’s research focuses on the psychology of communication technology, which involves the examination of interpersonal dynamics in computer-mediated communication (CMC) and social media affordances.
Hannah is interested in the connections between language and technology use, such as perceptions of affect in texting or the content of messages across social media platforms.
Miller’s research interests are in designing products, services, and systems to influence human behavior in the areas of environmental sustainability and health.
Oh’s research interests include the implications of media multitasking, the emotional dynamics of virtual communities, social influence, and the affective and social aspects of human-computer interaction.
Roehrick uses computational and linguistic analyses to study human-computer interaction and digital media. She is a Stanford Graduate Fellow.
Vaid is broadly interested in understanding how individual differences in demographic and psychological traits relate to patterns of use of digital media technologies (i.e smartphone, social media applications).