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Doctoral Students — Media Psychology

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Ruth Appel

Ruth Appel

rappel@stanford.edu (CV)

Appel is interested in the intersection of Behavioral Science and Computer Science, with the aim of leveraging psychological targeting ethically and for the common good.

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Yikun Chi

Yikun Chi

yikunchi@stanford.edu

Chi is interested in leveraging media consumption and mobile sensing data and deep learning for the detection and prediction of mental well-being related issues.

Ross Dahlke

Ross Dahlke

rdahlke@stanford.edu (CV)

Dahlke researches the connection between online and offline civic life, particularly participation in political collective action such as social media use and political donations.

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Cid Decatur

Cid Decatur

cdecatur@stanford.edu
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Decatur focuses on the cognitive impacts of social media, social networks, language, and jargon online.

Cyan DeVeaux

Cyan DeVeaux

cyanjd@stanford.edu (CV)

DeVeaux is interested in augmented and virtual reality, human-computer interaction, and human-centered design.

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Eugy Han

Eugy Han

eugyoung@stanford.edu (CV)

Han is interested in understanding how virtual reality environments and the embodiment of digital identities transform cognitive processes.

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Sabrina Huang

Sabrina Huang

saahuang@stanford.edu (CV)

Huang is interested in studying how people form and maintain friendships and romantic relationships through the use of technology.

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Angela Lee

Angela Lee

angela8@stanford.edu (CV)

Lee is interested in understanding the impact of media and technology on users’ health and well-being by studying psychological processes such as mindsets, particularly in the context of adolescent and parent-child relationships.

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Hannah Mieczkowski

Hannah Mieczkowski

hnmiecz@stanford.edu (CV)

Mieczkowski 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.

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Ryan Moore

Ryan Moore

rymoore@stanford.edu (CV)

Moore is interested in older adults’ digital media use. 

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Michelle Ng

Michelle Ng

michelleng@stanford.edu (CV)

Ng is interested in how media can be leveraged by community-based organizations to advocate for more equitable natural resource management.

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Rinseo Park

Rinseo Park

rinseo@stanford.edu
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Park is interested in understanding how individual decision-making diverges from policy actors’ (e.g., political elites or scientific experts) views and the underlying cognitive processes.

Katherine Roehrick

kroehr@stanford.edu (CV)

Roehrick uses computational and linguistic analyses to study human-computer interaction and digital media. She is a Stanford Graduate Fellow.

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Serena Soh

Serena Soh

sjsoh@stanford.edu (CV)

Soh is interested in understanding the relationships between digital media use and well-being, specifically in the context of delivering personalized behavior change interventions through smartphones.

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Sumer Vaid

Sumer Vaid

sumer@stanford.edu (CV)

Vaid’s research explores how digital media technologies can be used to study and alter psychological processes and outcomes. He is especially interested in a person-specific, computational and idiographic approach that examines the extent to which individual differ from each other in their response to different kinds of media. 

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