Papers & Presentations

PUBLICATIONS (PEER-REVIEWED)

2018

Freeman, G., & Wohn, D. Y. (2018, in press). Understanding eSports Team Formation and Coordination. Computer Supported Cooperative Work

Chue, V., Rios, J., & Wohn, D. Y. (2018, in press). A Hot Bot: Testing Effect of
Temperature on Feelings of Closeness When Interacting With a Chatbot. In Proceedings of GROUP, New York, NY: ACM

Wohn, D. Y., & Lampe, C. (2018, in press). Understanding Psychological States of Users During Lifecycle of Online Community Use. In Proceedings of GROUP, New York, NY: ACM

2017

Wohn, D. Y., Freeman, E., Quehl, K. (2017). A game of research: Information-seeking and decision-making in daily fantasy sports. In Proceedings of CHI PLAY,  355-366, New York, NY: ACM [PDF]

Freeman, G., & Wohn, D. Y. (2017). Social support in eSports: Building emotional and esteem support from instrumental Support interactions in a highly competitive environment. In Proceedings of CHI PLAY, 435-447, New York, NY: ACM [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y., Ahmadi, M., Gong, L., Kulkarni, I., Poojari, A. (2017). Designing a Social Support System for College Adjustment and Social Support. In Proceedings of ICWSM, 688-691 [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y., Fiesler, C., Hemphill, L., De Choudhury, M., Matias, J. N. (2017). How to Handle Online Risks? Discussing Content Curation and Moderation in Social MediaCHI 2017 panel, 1271-1276. [PDF]

Freeman, G.,& Wohn, D. Y. (2017). eSports as An Emerging Research Context at CHI: Diverse Perspectives on Definitions. CHI 2017 Late-breaking work, 1601-1608  [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y., Peng, W., & Zytko, D. (2017). Face to Face Matters: Communication Modality, Perceived Social Support, and Psychological Wellbeing. CHI 2017 Late-breaking work, 3019-3026[PDF]

2016

Hayes, R. A., Carr, C. T., & Wohn, D. Y. (2016). It’s the audience: Differences in social support across social media. Social Media and Society, 2(4), 1-12

Wohn, D. Y., Carr, C. T., & Hayes, R. (2016). How Affective is a “Like”?: The Effect of Paralinguistic Digital Affordances on Perceived Social Support. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 19, 562-566. [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y. (2016). From faux-social to pro-social: The mediating role of copresence in developing expectations of social support in a game. PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, 25 (1), 61-74 [please email me for copy: yvettewohn@gmail.com]

Leith, A., Ratan, R., & Wohn, D. Y. (2016).  The (De-)evolution of evolution games: A content analysis of the representation of evolution through natural selection in digital gamesJournal of Science Education and Technology, 25, 655-664.

Carr, C.T., Wohn, D. Y., & Hayes, R. A. (2016). [Thumbs up emoji] as social support: Relational closeness, automaticity, and interpreting social support from paralinguistic digital affordances in social media. Computers in Human Behavior, 62, 385-393. [PDF]

Xu, Y., & Wohn, D. Y. (2016). Understanding Incentives and Deterrents of Mobile Shopping.  In Proceedings of iConference 2016. Doi: 10.9776/16156

Hayes, R., Carr, C. T., & Wohn, D. Y. (2016). One click, many meanings: Interpreting paralinguistic digital affordances in social media.  Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 60(1), 171-187. [PDF]

Ahmadi, M., Schneider, M., Kadam, R., & Wohn, D. Y. (2016). Designing Paralinguistic Digital Affordances for Social Support.  Proceedings of CSCW 2016 Companion, 221-224. [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y., & Bowe, B. J. (2016). Micro Agenda Setters: The Effect of Social Media on Young Adults’ Exposure to and Attitude Toward News. Social Media and Society, 2(1)

Wohn, D. Y., & Spottswood, E. (2016). Reactions to other-generated face threats on Facebook and their relational consequencesComputers in Human Behavior, 57, 187-194. [PDF]

Brown, M. G., Wohn, D. Y., Ellison, N. B. (2016). Without a Map: College Access and the Online Practices of Youth from Low-income Communities.Computers and Education, 92-93 , 104-116. [PDF]

2015

Wohn, D. Y., & Birnholtz, J. (2015). From Ambient to Adaptation: Interpersonal Attention Management Among Young Adults. In Proceedings of Mobile HCI, 26-35. New York, NY: ACM [PDF]

Bowe, B. J., & Wohn, D. Y. (2015). Are There Generational Differences? Social Media Use and Perceived Shared Reality. In Proceedings of Social Media and Society Conference. New York, NY: ACM

Wohn, D. Y., & Peng, W. (2015). Understanding perceived social support through communication time, frequency, and media multiplexity.In Proceedings of CHI2015 Extended Abstracts, pp. 1911-1916. New York, NY: ACM [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y., Solomon, J., Sarkar, D., & Vaniea, K. E. (2015). Factors related to privacy concerns and protection behaviors regarding behavioral advertising.In Proceedings of CHI2015 Extended Abstracts, pp. 1965-1970. New York, NY: ACM [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y., Lee, Y-H., & Ozkaya, E. (2015). Social contributors and consequences of habitual and compulsive game play . International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 11, 17-34 [PDF]

Wohn, D. Y. (2015). The effects of feedback and habit on content posting in an online community. In Proceedings of iConference 2015, pp. 1-8.

2014

Khan, M. L., Wohn, D. Y., & Ellison, N. B. (2014).Actual friends matter: An Internet skills perspective on teens’ informal academic collaboration on Facebook. Computers & Education, 79, 138-147

Wohn, D. Y., & LaRose, R. (2014). Effects of loneliness and differential usage of Facebook on college adjustment of first-year students.  Computers & Education, 76, 158-167  [PDF]

Ellison, N. B., Wohn, D. Y., & Greenhow, C. (2014). Adolescents’ visions of their future careers, educational plans, and life pathways: The role of bridging and bonding social capital experiences Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 31, 516-534 [PDF]  

Wohn, D. Y. (2014). Spending real money: Purchasing patterns of virtual goods in an online social game Proceedings of CHI 2014, pp. 3359-3368. New York, NY: ACM. [pdf

Wohn, D. Y., & Sarkar, C. (2014). The uncanny valley effect in behavioral targeting and information processing of peripheral cues  Proceedings of iConference 2014, pp. 577- 582. [pdf

Wohn, D. Y., & Bowe, B. J. (2014). How social media facilitates social construction of reality In Proceedings of companion publication of CSCW 2014, 261-264. New York, NY: ACM [pdf]

2013

Wohn, D. Y., & Lee, Y-H. (2013).  Players of Facebook games and how they play Entertainment Computing, 4(3), 171-178. [pdf

Wohn, D. Y., Ellison, N. B., Khan, M. L., Fewins-Bliss, R., & Gray, R. (2013). The role of social media in shaping first-generation high school students’ college aspirations: A social capital lensComputers and Education, 63, 424-436 [pdf

Wohn, D. Y., & Wash, R. (2013). A virtual “room” with a cue: Detecting personality through spatial customization in a city simulation game. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(1), 155-159. [pdf

2012

Walther, J.B., Liang, Y., Ganster, T., Wohn, D.Y., & Emington, J. (2012). Online reviews, helpfulness ratings, and consumer attitudes: An extension of Congruity Theory to multiple sources in Web 2.0 Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 18(1) 97-112.[pdf]  

Lee, Y-H. & Wohn, D.Y. (2012). Are there cultural differences in how we play? Examining cultural effects on playing social network games Computers in Human Behavior, 28(4), 1307-1314. [pdf]  

Wohn, D. Y. (2012). The role of habit in social network game playCommunication Research Reports, 29, 74-79.[pdf

Wohn, D. Y., Velasquez, A., Bjornrud, T., & Lampe, C. (2012).Habit as an explanation of participation in an online peer-production community. Proceedings of CHI 2012, pp. 2905-2914. New York, NY: ACM Press. [pdf

Sarkar, C., Wohn, D. Y., & Lampe, C. (2012). A quantitative explanation of governance in a peer-production online community. Proceedings of CHI 2012, 2939- 2942. New York, NY: ACM Press. [pdf

Wohn, D. Y. (2012). Sustainability of a college social network site: Role of autonomy, engagement, and relatedness. Proceedings of CHI 2012737-740. ACM Press. [pdf]

Sarkar, C., Wohn, D. Y., & Lampe, C. (2012).  Predicting length of membership in online community “Everything 2” using feedback. In Proceedings of CSCW 2012 Extended Abstracts, ACM Press.

Wohn, D. Y., & Na, E.-K. (2012) Virtual Item Purchasing Patterns in a Social Game: Differences between high and low spenders. In Proceedings of iConference 2012, ACM Press .[pdf]

2011

Lampe. C., Wohn, D. Y.*, Vitak, J. Ellison, N., Wash, R. (2011). Student use of Facebook for organizing collaborative classroom activities  International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning, 6, 329-47 *corresponding author [pdf]

Wohn, D. Y. (2011). Gender and race representation in casual games   Sex Roles, 65, 198-207. [pdf]

Smock, A. D., Ellison, N. B., Lampe, C., & Wohn, D. Y. (2011).  Facebook as a toolkit: A uses and gratification approach to unbundling feature use Computers in Human Behavior, 27, 2322-29.

Wohn, D. Y. & Na, E. (2011). Tweeting about TV: Sharing television viewing experiences via social media message streamsFirst Monday, 16 [pdf] 

Wohn, D. Y., Lampe, C., Vitak, J., Ellison, N. (2011). Coordinating the ordinary: Social information uses of Facebook by adults  Proceedings of the 2011 iConference, p. 340-47. ACM. [pdf]

LaRose, R., Wohn, D. Y., Ellison, N., & Steinfield, C. (2011). Facebook fiends: Compulsive social networking and adjustment to college [pdf]  Proceedings of IADIS International Conference ICT 2011.

Wohn, D. Y., Lampe, C., Wash, R., Ellison, N., & Vitak, J. (2011). The “S” in social network games: Initiating, maintaining, and enhancing relationshipsIn Ralph H. Sprague, Jr. (Ed.), Proceedings of Hawaii International Conference of System Sciences (HICSS), p.1-10. IEEE Computer Society [pdf

2010

Wohn, D. Y., Lee, Y., Sung, J., Bjornrud, T. (2010). Building common ground and reciprocity with social network games  In Proceedings of CHI 2010 Extended Abstracts, p. 4423-28. ACM Press. *Microsoft Student Research Competition, 3rd Place. [pdf]

Sung, J., Bjornrud, T., Lee, Y.,Wohn, D. Y. (2010). Social network games: Audience traits In Proceedings of CHI 2010 Extended Abstracts, pp. 3649-54. ACM Press.[pdf

2009

Wohn, D. Y. (2009). 3D Virtual World Creates New Genre of Cyber Sex  Proceedings of IADIS International Conference  ICT 2009, p. 209-12 [pdf]

WORKSHOPS (PEER-REVIEWED)

Wohn, D. Y. (2015). Reverse-affective Computing: Computers that simulate machine-like human behavior. Workshop on “Developing Skills for Social and Emotional Well-being”. CHI 2015. Seoul, Korea

Wohn, D. Y. (2015). Soft sustainability: How do self-determined motivation and habit contribute to sustainable health technology usage? Workshop on “Moving beyond e-Health and the quantified self”. CSCW 15. Vancouver, Canada

Wohn, D. Y. & Na, E. (2011) Factors that Predict Spending Real Money to Buy Virtual Goods. Workshop on social games. CHI 2011. Vancouver, Canada

BOOK CHAPTERS/ REPORTS

StarCraft: Bringing legitimacy to competitive gaming.
Wohn, D. Y. (in press). In R. Mejia, J. Banks, & A. Adams (Eds.), 100 Greatest Video Game Franchises. Rowman & Littlefield.

Social media and college access
Ellison, N. B., Wohn, D. Y., & Brown, M. G. (2014). Interactions, pp.62-65. New York, NY:ACM

Implications and applications of sociable gaming for higher education.
Ellison, N. B., Wohn, D. Y., & Heeter, C. (2014). In W. G. Tierney, Z. B. Corwin, T. Fullerton, & G. Ragusa (Eds). Postsecondary play: The role of games and social media in higher education. Baltimore, MD: John Hopkins Press

Self-efficacy and expertise
Wohn, D. Y., & Sarkar, C. (2014). In R. Alhajj & J. Rokne (Eds.) Encyclopedia of social network analysis and mining. New York, NY: Springer

Reshaping access: An overview of research on access to higher education, social media and social capital
Ellison, N. B., Wohn, D. Y., Khan, M. L., & Fewins-Bliss, R. (2013). White paper for Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.

REFEREED CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Hayes, R. A., Carr, C. T., Sumner, E., & Wohn, D. Y. (2017). Beyond Liking: Assessing Facebook’s Reactions as a Feedback Cue. To be presented at the NCA annual conference

Wohn, D. Y., Min, S. J., & Bowe, B. J., & Patel, S., (2017). Ethnic Network Diversity and Familiarity and Engagement with Race-related News on Facebook. To be presented at the AEJMC annual conference.

Wohn, D. Y., & Ratan, R. (2017). Gender and Genre Differences in Multiplayer Gaming Motivations. Presented at the International Communication Association conference. San Diego, CA

Min, S. J., & Wohn, D. Y. (2017). All the news you don’t like: Cross-cutting exposure and political participation on social media. Presented at the Eastern Communication Association conference. Boston, MA (Best Paper Award)

Wohn, D. Y., Carr, C. T., Hayes, R. (2016). How Affective is a “Like”?: The Effect of Paralinguistic Digital Affordances on Perceived Social Support. Presented at the National Communication Association conference. Philadelphia, PA

Wohn, D. Y., & Ahmadi, M. (2016). Who is willing to pay? Understanding Readers’ Payment Intention of News. Presented at the AEJMC conference. Minneapolis, MN

Wohn, D. Y., & Ahmadi, (2016).  Motivations and Habits of Mobile Micro-news Consumption. Presented at the International Communication Association annual conference. Fukuoka, Japan.

Wohn, D. Y. (2016). Psychological Triggers and Casual Gaming Behaviors. Presented at the International Communication Association annual conference. Fukuoka, Japan.

Hayes, R., Carr, C. T., & Wohn, D. Y. (2016). It’s the Audience, Stupid: Differences in Social Support between Social Media Sites. Presented at the International Communication Association annual conference. Fukuoka, Japan.

Carr., C. T., Wohn, D. Y., & Hayes, R. (2016). Social Media, Relational Closeness, and Interpreting Social Support from Paralinguistic Digital Affordances. Presented at the International Communication Association annual conference. Fukuoka, Japan.

Wohn, D. Y., & Ellison, N. B. (2016). High School Students’€ Motivations for College-Going and Subsequent College Enrollment. presented at the American Educational Research Association annual conference. Washington, D. C.

Wohn, D. Y., Ellison, N., Brown, M. G. (2015). Social media and college access for low-income teens: An information literacy perspective. Paper presented at International Communication Association Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico

Hayes, R., Carr, C. T., & Wohn, D. Y. (2015). One click, many meanings: Interpreting paralinguistic digital affordances in social media. Paper presented at International Communication Association Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico

Ahmadi, M., & Wohn, D. Y. (2014). Investigating psychological factors of news consumption in mobile-microblogging platforms. New Jersey Institute of Technology Graduate Conference. Newark, NJ

Wohn, D. Y., Birnholtz, J., Hancock, J., Litt, E., & Spottswood, E. (2014). Impression curation: Reacting to other-generated face threats on Facebook. International Communication Association Conference. Seattle, WA

Wohn, D. Y. (2013). Operant conditioning and the moderating role of habit strength on behavior in an online community. International Communication Association Conference. London, UK

Wohn, D. Y., Lampe, C., & Hou, Y. (2013). Self-determination and long-term participation in peer-production communities. International Communication Association Conference. London, UK

Wohn, D. Y., Ellison, N. B., Khan, M. L., Fewins-Bliss, R., & Gray, R. (2013). Social media and first-generation high school students’ college aspirations
International Communication Association Conference. London, UK

Bowe, B. J., & Wohn, D. Y. (2013). Moving beyond the digital divide: Social media and social influence between generations. International Communication Association Conference. London, UK

Leith, A., Wohn, D. Y., & Ratan, R. (2013). The (de-)evolution of evolution games: Analyzing the accuracy of evolution depiction in video games. International Communication Association Conference. London, UK

Wohn, D. Y., & Sarkar, C. (2012). Expertise matters: Privacy perceptions and practices in response to behavioral targeting. National Communication Association Conference. Orlando, FL

Wohn, D. Y. (2012). Personal and spatial customization in a city simulation game. National Communication Association Conference. Orlando, FL

Wohn, D. Y., LaRose, R., Ellison, N., & Steinfield, C. (2012). Differential effects of social networking use on academic adjustment of first year college students. International Communication Association Conference. Phoenix, AZ

Wohn, D. Y., Velasquez, A., Bjornrud, T., & Lampe, C. (2012). Using habit strength to explain sustained participation in an online community for user-generated content. International Communication Association Conference. Phoenix, AZ

Lee, Y-H. & Wohn, D. Y. (2012). Does culture affect how we play? Examining the effect of culture orientations on expected outcomes and usage patterns of social network games. International Communication Association Conference. Phoenix, AZ

Liang, Y., Ganster, T., Wohn, D. Y., Emington, J., & Walther, J.B. (2012). The effects of online reviews and helpfulness ratings on consumer attitudes. International Communication Association Conference. Phoenix, AZ

Wohn, D.Y. & Lee, Y-H. (2012). Social contributors and consequences of compulsive game play. International Communication Association Conference. Phoenix, AZ

Wohn, D. Y. (2012). What makes a college social network site sustainable? A successful case study. Digital Media and Learning Conference. San Francisco, CA

Wohn, D. Y. (2012). Crystallization theory. Theorizing the Web. College Park, MD

Wohn, D. Y. (2011). Reciprocity in social network games and generation of social capital. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference. St. Louis, MO

Wohn, D. Y., & Bowe, B. J. (2011). Crystallization theory: Construction of reality in the age of social media. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference. St. Louis, MO

Wohn, D. Y. (2011). Gender and race representation in casual games. International Communication Association Conference. Boston, MA

Wohn, D. Y., & Lee, Y-H. (2011). Players of Facebook games and how they play. International Communication Association Conference. Boston, MA

Ozkaya, E. Y., LaRose, R., & Wohn, D. Y. (2011). Online game addiction studies: An overview. International Communication Association Conference. Boston, MA

Wohn, D. Y. (2011). Cultural differences in social game play. Meaningful Play. East Lansing, MI

Wohn, D. Y. & Na, E. (2011). Who spends money on virtual items? Meaningful Play. East Lansing, MI

Smock, A., Ellison, N., Wohn, D. Y. (2010). Facebook as a toolkit: Motivations predicting feature use. National Communication Association Conference. San Francisco, CA

Wohn, D. Y, & Na, E. (2010). Tweeting About TV: An AEIOU model of sociable television. International Communication Association Conference. Singapore

Wohn, D. Y., & Na, E. (2010). An AEIOU model for social message stream analysis. Graduate Academic Conference. East Lansing, MI

Lampe, C., Ellison, N., Vitak, J., Wohn, D. Y., & Wash, R. (2010). Social sensemaking: Propensity to use Facebook to reduce classroom equivocality. International Communication Association Conference. Singapore

OTHER

Manifesto of an Interdisciplinary Scholar Wohn, D. Y. (2011)

Manifesto: The Death of TV (as we know it) Wohn, D. Y. (2008)

Hwang Woo-suk: The biggest science fraud of the century Wohn, D. Y. (2009)

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One response to “Papers & Presentations

  1. This is a very interesting publication record! I’ve changed the link on my blog post where I used your photo and added your name. I’ve subscribed to your RSS and look forward to reading more of your work.

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