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Research Opportunities

Current Research Opportunities

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01/11/2018
02/27/2018

[Colloquium - 2/27 at 12:30] Research Presentation: Dr. Jiyeon So

Undergraduate research colloquium

Closed
01/11/2018
03/20/2018

[Colloquium - 3/20 at 12:30] Research Presentation: Dr. Matthew Sienkiewicz

Undergraduate research colloquium

Closed
01/11/2018
04/17/2018

[Colloquium - 4/17 at 12:30] Research Presentation: Kristin Anderson

Undergraduate research colloquium

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01/12/2018
03/09/2018

[Online] Communicating in Friendships

The objective of this study is to better understand the role of friend’s communication on individuals’ health.  

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01/12/2018
03/09/2018

[Online] Communicating in Romantic Relationships

The objective of this study is to better understand the role of romantic partner’s communication on individuals’ health.  

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02/07/2018
04/09/2018

2018 Spring Public Speaking Contest

Department of Communication Studies 2018 Spring Public Speaking Contest

Wednesday, April 11, 7:00 – 8:30pm at 102 Miller Learning Center

 

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02/12/2018
02/28/2018

[Online] Health Message Study I

This research explores the effects of health message framing on individuals’ behaviors.

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02/14/2018
03/19/2018

Film Screening: Live from Bethlehem

Film Screening Live from Bethlehem (2011) co-sponsored by the Department of Communication Studies and the Peabody Media Center. Q&A from the filmmaker Matt Sienkiewicz to follow the screening. March 20, 2018, 6-8pm in Miller Learning Center 350. 

 

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02/14/2018
03/30/2018

[Online] Relational Frames and Relational Dialectics

The purpose of this study is to collect perceptions of pre-written conversational scripts from the general population to gain a better understanding of two prominent communication theories.

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02/19/2018
03/19/2018

[Online] Forgiveness Among Roommates

The objective of this study is to better understand the role and process of forgiveness in roommate relationships. 

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02/21/2018
02/28/2018

[Lab] Health Message Study II

This research explores the effects of health message framing on individuals’ behaviors.

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02/22/2018
03/31/2018

[Online] Phubbing in Interpersonal Relationships

This study explores personal and contextual factors, thereby identifying the motivations of phubbing behavior and its effects on interpersonal relationships.

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