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Jeremy Bailenson

Jeremy Bailenson

Thomas More Storke Professor of Communication
Director, Doctoral Program in Communication
bailenso@stanford.edu
650.723.0701
web.stanford.edu/~bailenso
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 328

Bailenson studies the psychology of Virtual and Augmented Reality, in particular how virtual experiences lead to changes in perceptions of self and others.

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Angèle Christin

Angèle Christin

Assistant Professor
angelec@stanford.edu
650.725.6113
www.angelechristin.com
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 334

Christin studies the uses of data and algorithms, with a specific focus on web journalism and criminal justice.

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James S. Fishkin

James S. Fishkin

Janet M. Peck Professor of International Communication
jfishkin@stanford.edu
650.723.4611 
cdd.stanford.edu
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 350

Fishkin’s work focuses on deliberative democracy and democratic theory.

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James T. Hamilton

James T. Hamilton

Hearst Professor of Communication
Chair,  Department of Communication
Director, Stanford Journalism Program
jayth@stanford.edu
650.723.5448
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 340 
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Hamilton’s research focuses on computational journalism and he is exploring how the costs of story discovery can be lowered through better use of data and algorithms.

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Jeff Hancock

Jeff Hancock

Harry and Norman Chandler Professor of Communication
hancockj@stanford.edu
650.723.5499
sml.stanford.edu
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 300J

Hancock works on understanding psychological and interpersonal processes in social media.

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Gabriella Harari

Gabriella Harari

Assistant Professor
gharari@stanford.edu
650.497.9912
maplab.stanford.edu
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 324

Harari studies personality expression, behavior change, and digital media use in daily life.

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Shanto Iyengar

Shanto Iyengar

William Robertson Coe Professor
Professor of Political Science
Professor of Communication
siyengar@stanford.edu
650.723.5509
pcl.stanford.edu
Encina Hall, Rm. 419

Iyengar’s areas of expertise include the role of mass media in democratic societies, public opinion, and political psychology.

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Jon A. Krosnick

Jon A. Krosnick

Frederic O. Glover Professor in Humanities and Social Sciences
Professor of Communication
Professor of Political Science
krosnick@stanford.edu
650.725.3031
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 432

Krosnick does research on attitude formation, change, and effects, on the psychology of political behavior, and on survey research methods.

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Xiaochang Li

Xiaochang Li

Assistant Professor
xiaochangli@stanford.edu
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 436

Li’s research examines questions surrounding the relationship between information technology and knowledge production and its role in the organization of social life.

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Jennifer Pan

Jennifer Pan

Professor of Communication
jp1@stanford.edu
650.725.7326
jenpan.com
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 330

Pan’s research examines information control and communication in authoritarian regimes to reveal political choices and outcomes in these opaque societies.

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Nilam Ram

Nilam Ram

Professor of Communication
Professor of Psychology
nilamram@stanford.edu

Ram studies the dynamic interplay between psychological and media processes and how they change from moment-to-moment and across the life span.

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Byron Reeves

Byron Reeves

Paul C. Edwards Professor of Communication
reeves@stanford.edu
650.725.3033
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 300A

Reeves’ research includes message processing, social cognition, and social and emotion responses to media.

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Fred Turner

Fred Turner

Harry and Norman Chandler Professor of Communication
fturner@stanford.edu
650.723.0706 
McClatchy Hall, Rm. 438

Turner studies media, technology and American cultural history.

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