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An Agenda for Open Science in Communication
T Dienlin, N Johannes, ND Bowman, S Masur, Philipp K., Engesser, ...
Journal of Communication, 2020
2032020
New mediated deliberation: Blog and press coverage of the Alito nomination
M Xenos, N Kim
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 13 (2), 485-503, 2008
1372008
How to improve attitudes toward disliked groups: The effects of narrative versus numerical evidence on political persuasion
M Wojcieszak, N Kim
Communication Research 43 (6), 785-809, 2016
1142016
When I learn the news is false: How fact-checking information stems the spread of fake news via third-person perception
M Chung, N Kim
Human Communication Research 47 (1), 1-24, 2021
782021
Intergroup contact through online comments: Effects of direct and extended contact on outgroup attitudes
N Kim, M Wojcieszak
Computers in Human Behavior 81, 63-72, 2018
702018
Moderators of candidate name‐order effects in elections: An experiment
N Kim, J Krosnick, D Casasanto
Political Psychology 36 (5), 525-542, 2015
672015
Chapter 16: Survey Research
J KROSNICK, PJ LAVRAKAS, N KIM
Handbook of Research Methods in Social and Personality Psychology, 404, 2014
56*2014
How the interplay of imagined contact and first‐person narratives improves attitudes toward stigmatized immigrants: A conditional process model
JJ Igartua, M Wojcieszak, N Kim
European journal of social psychology 49 (2), 385-397, 2019
472019
Telling lies together? Sharing news as a form of social authentication
BK Waruwu, EC Tandoc Jr, A Duffy, N Kim, R Ling
New Media & Society 23 (9), 2516-2533, 2021
442021
Beyond rationality: The role of anger and information in deliberation
N Kim
Communication Research 43 (1), 3-24, 2016
382016
News: Mobiles, mobilities and their meeting points
A Duffy, R Ling, N Kim, E Tandoc, O Westlund
Mobile News, 1-14, 2020
352020
The presence of the protagonist: Explaining narrative perspective effects through social presence
N Kim, HK Kim, M Wojcieszak, JJ Igartua, CM Lim
Media Psychology 23 (6), 891-914, 2020
292020
How to enhance the effects of mediated intergroup contact? Evidence from four countries
M Wojcieszak, N Kim, JJ Igartua
Mass Communication and Society 23 (1), 71-106, 2020
272020
Intergroup contact in deliberative contexts: Evidence from deliberative polls
N Kim, JS Fishkin, RC Luskin
Journal of Communication 68 (6), 1029-1051, 2018
262018
To share is to receive: News as social currency for social media reciprocity
EC Tandoc Jr, A Huang, A Duffy, R Ling, N Kim
Journal of Applied Journalism & Media Studies 9 (1), 3-20, 2020
172020
The joint effects of imagined contact and similarity with the protagonist of testimonial messages through identification and transportation
JJ Igartua, M Wojcieszak, N Kim
Cuadernos. info, 2019
162019
Care, competency, or honesty? Framing emergency preparedness messages and risks for nuclear energy in Singapore
SS Ho, N Kim, J Looi, AD Leong
Energy Research & Social Science 65, 101477, 2020
152020
Race of interviewer effects in telephone surveys preceding the 2008 US presidential election
N Kim, JA Krosnick, Y Lelkes
International journal of public opinion research 31 (2), 220-242, 2019
82019
Fake news, real risks: How online discussion and sources of fact‐check influence public risk perceptions toward nuclear energy
SS Ho, ASF Chuah, N Kim, EC Tandoc Jr
Risk analysis 42 (11), 2569-2583, 2022
72022
All news is not the same: divergent effects of news platforms on civic and political participation
N Kim, A Duffy, EC Tandoc Jr, R Ling
International Journal of Communication 16, 26, 2022
52022
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