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Prabu David
Prabu David
Professor of Communication, Rochester Institute of Technology
Verified email at rit.edu
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Corporate social responsibility practices, corporate identity, and purchase intention: A dual-process model
P David, S Kline, Y Dai
Journal of Public Relations Research 17 (3), 291-313, 2005
7592005
Alleviating depression only to become problematic mobile phone users: Can face-to-face communication be the antidote?
JH Kim, M Seo, P David
Computers in Human Behavior 51, 440-447, 2015
3492015
Mobile phone distraction while studying
P David, JH Kim, JS Brickman, W Ran, CM Curtis
New media & society 17 (10), 1661-1679, 2015
2912015
Captured by the World Wide Web: Orienting to structural and content features of computer-presented information
A Lang, J Borse, K Wise, P David
Communication Research 29 (3), 215-245, 2002
2332002
The role of self in third-person effects about body image
P David, MA Johnson
Journal of Communication 48 (4), 37-58, 1998
2231998
Continuous response measurement (CRM): A computerized tool for research on the cognitive processing of communication messages
F Biocca, P David, M West
Measuring psychological responses to media messages, 15-64, 2014
1972014
A relational approach to religion and spirituality in marriage: The role of couples’ religious communication in marital satisfaction
P David, L Stafford
Journal of Family Issues 36 (2), 232-249, 2015
1942015
Body image, race, and fashion models: Social distance and social identification in third-person effects
P David, G Morrison, MA Johnson, F Ross
Communication Research 29 (3), 270-294, 2002
1932002
Trust in AI and its role in the acceptance of AI technologies
H Choung, P David, A Ross
International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 39 (9), 1727-1739, 2023
1882023
Measuring smartphone usage and task switching with log tracking and self-reports
T Deng, S Kanthawala, J Meng, W Peng, A Kononova, Q Hao, Q Zhang, ...
Mobile Media & Communication 7 (1), 3-23, 2019
1862019
Sports spectators' suspense: Affect and uncertainty in sports entertainment
S Knobloch-Westerwick, P David, MS Eastin, R Tamborini, D Greenwood
Journal of Communication 59 (4), 750-767, 2009
1682009
News concreteness and visual-verbal association: Do news pictures narrow the recall gap between concrete and abstract news?
P David
Human Communication Research 25 (2), 180-201, 1998
1621998
Media multitasking and well-being of university students
S Xu, ZJ Wang, P David
Computers in Human Behavior 55, 242-250, 2016
1442016
Behavioral performance and visual attention in communication multitasking: A comparison between instant messaging and online voice chat
Z Wang, P David, J Srivastava, S Powers, C Brady, J D’Angelo, ...
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (3), 968-975, 2012
1222012
Methodological artifact or persistent bias? Testing the robustness of the third-person and reverse third-person effects for alcohol messages
P David, K Liu, M Myser
Communication Research 31 (2), 206-233, 2004
1222004
Sanctity of marriage and marital quality
L Stafford, P David, S McPherson
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 31 (1), 54-70, 2014
1102014
A cyclic model of information seeking in hyperlinked environments: The role of goals, self-efficacy, and intrinsic motivation
P David, M Song, A Hayes, ES Fredin
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 65 (2), 170-182, 2007
1032007
Browsing and the hypermedia interaction cycle: A model of self-efficacy and goal dynamics
ES Fredin, P David
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 75 (1), 35-54, 1998
801998
Information seeking and satisfaction with physician–patient communication among prostate cancer survivors
DJ Cegala, RR Bahnson, SK Clinton, P David, M Chi Gong, JP Monk III, ...
Health communication 23 (1), 62-69, 2008
792008
Always connected or always distracted? ADHD symptoms and social assurance explain problematic use of mobile phone and multicommunicating
M Seo, JH Kim, P David
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (6), 667-681, 2015
762015
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