What’s the folk theory: Reasoning about cyber-social systems

French, M. & Hancock, J.T. (2017). What’s the folk theory: Reasoning about cyber-social systems. Presentation at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego.

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Matchmaker, matchmaker, swipe me an (honest) match: Deception dynamics in mobile dating messages

Markowitz, D.M., & Hancock, J.T. (2017). Matchmaker, matchmaker, swipe me an (honest) match: Deception dynamics in mobile dating messages. Presentation at the 67th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association, San Diego.

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Self-disclosure and perceived trustworthiness of Airbnb host profiles

Ma, X., Hancock, J.T., Mingjie, K. & Naaman, M. (2017). Self-disclosure and perceived trustworthiness of Airbnb host profiles. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2017).

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Should I Share That? Prompting Social Norms That Influence Privacy Behaviors on a Social Networking Site

Spottswood, E. & Hancock, J.T. (2017). Should I Share That? Prompting Social Norms That Influence Privacy Behaviors on a Social Networking Site. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.

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Online Dating System Design and Relational Decision-Making: Choice, Algorithms, and Control

Tong, S., Hancock, J.T. & Slatcher, R. (2016). Online Dating System Design and Relational Decision-Making: Choice, Algorithms, and Control. Personal Relationships, 23: 645–662.

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The Positivity Bias and Prosocial Deception on Facebook

Spottswood, E. & Hancock, J.T. (2016). The Positivity Bias and Prosocial Deception on Facebook. Computers in Human Behavior, 65, 252-259.

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The 27 Club: Music Lyrics Reflect Psychological Distress

Markowitz, D.M. & Hancock, J.T. (2016). The 27 Club: Music lyrics reflect psychological distress. Communication Reports, 1-13.

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The Influence of Technology on Romantic Relationships: Understanding Online Dating

Tong, S., Hancock, J.T. & Slatcher, R. (2016). The Influence of Technology on Romantic Relationships: Understanding Online Dating. Social Computing and Social Media, 162-173.

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Anonymity, intimacy and self-disclosure in social media

Ma, X. Hancock, J.T., & Naaman, M. (2016). Anonymity, intimacy and self-disclosure in social media. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2016), pp. 3857-3869.

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Smartphone-Based Conversational Agents and Responses to Questions About Mental Health, Interpersonal Violence, and Physical Health

Miner A.S., Milstein A., Schueller S., Hegde R., Mangurian C., Linos E. (2016). Smartphone-Based Conversational Agents and Responses to Questions About Mental Health, Interpersonal Violence, and Physical Health. JAMA Intern Med. 176(5):619-625.

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How advertorials deactivate advertising schema: MTurk-based experiments to examine persuasion tactics and outcomes in health advertisements

Kim, S.J., & Hancock, J.T. (2016). How advertorials deactivate advertising schema: MTurk-based experiments to examine persuasion tactics and outcomes in health advertisements. Communication Research, 1(27)

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Lies in the Eye of the Beholder: The Intensifying Effect of Media on Self-Other Asymmetries Regarding Deception

Toma, C.T., Jiang, L.C., & Hancock, J.T. (2016). Lies in the Eye of the Beholder: The Intensifying Effect of Media on Self-Other Asymmetries Regarding Deception. Communication Research.

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Online deception

Markowtiz, D.M. & Hancock, J.T. (2015). Online deception. In the International Encyclopedia of Interpersonal Communication. John Wiley & Sons. Inc: New York, NY.

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Linguistic obfuscation in fraudulent science

Markowitz, D.M. & Hancock, J.T. (2015). Linguistic obfuscation in fraudulent science. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 35, 435-445.

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Liar, liar, IM on fire: Deceptive language-action cues in spontaneous online communication

Ho, S., Booth, C., Timmarajus, S.S., Hancock, J.T., Liu, X., & Burmester, M. (2015). Liar, liar, IM on fire: Deceptive language-action cues in spontaneous online communication. IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI2015), 157-159. DOI:10.1109/ISI.2015.7165960

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Is This How We (All) Do It?: Butler Lies and Ambiguity Through a Broader Lens

French, M., Smith, M.E., Birnholtz, J.B., & Hancock, J.T. (2015). Is This How We (All) Do It?:  Butler Lies and Ambiguity Through a Broader Lens. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2015). (Honorable Mention Top Paper)

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Text messaging reduces analgesic requirements during surgery

Guillory, J., Keilman, J., Woodruff, C., & Hancock, J.T. (2015). Text messaging reduces analgesic requirements during surgery. Pain Medicine, 16, 667-672.

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Optimistic Biases among Facebook Users: Self-Other Discrepant Perceptions toward Potential Risks and Benefits of Facebook Use

Kim, S.J., & Hancock, J.T. (2015). Optimistic Biases among Facebook Users: Self-Other Discrepant Perceptions toward Potential Risks and Benefits of Facebook Use. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 18, 214-220.

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A Linguistic Analysis of Grooming Strategies of Online Child Sex Offenders: Implications for our Understanding of Predatory Sexual Behavior in an Increasingly Computer-Mediated World

Black, P., Wollis, M., Woodworth, M. & Hancock, J.T. (2015). A Linguistic Analysis of Grooming Strategies of Online Child Sex Offenders: Implications for our Understanding of Predatory Sexual Behavior in an Increasingly Computer-Mediated World. Child Abuse & Neglect, 44, 140-149.

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Deception with technology

Hancock, J.T. & Guillory, J. (2015). Deception with technology. In S. Sundar (ed.) The Handbook of the Psychology of Communication Technology (pp. 270-289.  Wiley Blackwell.

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Everyday Deception or A Few Prolific Liars? The Prevalence of Lies in Text Messaging

Smith, M., Hancock, J.T., Birnholtz, J., & Reynolds, L. (2014). Everyday Deception or A Few Prolific Liars? The Prevalence of Lies in Text Messaging. Computers in Human Behavior, 41, 220-227.

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Linguistic Traces of a Scientific Fraud: The Case of Diederik Stapel

Markowitz, D. & Hancock, J.T. (2014). Linguistic Traces of a Scientific Fraud: The Case of Diederik Stapel. PLoS ONE 9: e105937. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0105937

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Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks

Kramer, A., Guillory, J., & Hancock, J.T. (2014). Experimental evidence of massive-scale emotional contagion through social networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 111, 8788-8790.

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Encyclopedia of Deception

31 entries in T. R. Levine (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Deception (pp. 667-668). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications. List available upon request.

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Awkward Encounters of an “Other” Kind: Collective Self-Presentation and Face Threat on Facebook

Litt, E., Spottswood, E., Birnhotlz, J, Smith, M., Reynolds, L., & Hancock, J.T. (2014). Awkward Encounters of an “Other” Kind:  Collective Self-Presentation and Face Threat on Facebook. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2014). (Honorable Mention Top Paper)

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‘Everyone has to do it:’ A joint action approach to managing social inattention

Birnholtz, J., Reynolds, L., Smith, M. Hancock, J.T. (2013). ‘Everyone has to do it:’  A joint action approach to managing social inattention. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2230-2238.

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Profile as promise: Honest and deceptive signals in online dating

Ellison, N.B. & Hancock, J.T. (2013). Profile as promise: Honest and deceptive signals in online dating. IEEE Security & Privacy Economics, 11, 84-88. DOI: 10.1109/MSP.2013.120

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The language of lies: A context constrained approach

Hancock, J., Ott, M., Cardie, C., & Markowitz, D. (2013, June). The language of lies: A context constrained approach. International Communication Association 63rd Annual Conference, London, UK.

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The eyes have it: How publicness and surveillance primes influence prosoical communication on Facebook

Spottswood, E. & Hancock, J.T. (2013, June). The eyes have it: How publicness and surveillance primes influence prosoical communication on Facebook. International Communication Association 63rd Annual Conference, London, UK.

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People, place and time: The daily rhythms of deception in interpersonal text messaging

Smith, M., Birnholtz, J., Reynolds, L., Hancock, J. (2013, June). People, place and time: The daily rhythms of deception in interpersonal text messaging. International Communication Association 63rd Annual Conference, London, UK.

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Lies in the eye of the beholder: Self-other asymmetry in beliefs about deception across interpersonal media

Toma, C., Jiang, C., & Hancock, J.T. (2013, June). Lies in the eye of the beholder: Self-other asymmetry in beliefs about deception across interpersonal media. International Communication Association 63rd Annual Conference, London, UK.

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Everyday deception or prolific liars? A new approach to prevalence deception

Reynolds, L. Hancock, J., Birnholtz, J. & Smith, M. (2013, June). Everyday deception or prolific liars? A new approach to prevalence deception. International Communication Association 63rd Annual Conference, London, UK.

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Are There Evolutionary Roots To Privacy Concerns?

Acquisti, A, Brandimarte, L., & Hancock, J.T. (2013). Are There Evolutionary Roots To Privacy Concerns? Privacy Law Scholars Conference (PLSC2013).

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Absence makes the communication grow fonder: Geographic separation, interpersonal media and intimacy in dating relationships

Jiang, L.C. & Hancock, J.T. (2013). Absence makes the communication grow fonder: Geographic separation, interpersonal media and intimacy in dating relationships. Journal of Communication, 63, 556-577.

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Tweeting for Class: Co-Construction as a Means for Engaging Students in Lectures

Birnholtz, J.P. Retelny, D., & Hancock, J.T. (2013). Tweeting for Class: Co-Construction as a Means for Engaging Students in Lectures. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2013).

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A text cube approach to human, social and cultural behavior in the Twitter stream

Liu, X., Tang, K, T., Hancock, J.T., Han, J., Song, M., Xu, R., & Pokorny, B. (2013). A text cube approach to human, social and cultural behavior in the Twitter stream. Proceedings of the International Conference on Social Computing, Behavioral-Cultural Modeling, & Prediction (SBP 2013), pp. 321–330.

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Butler lies from both sides: Actions and perceptions of unavailability messaging in texting

Reynolds, L., Smith, M.E., Birnholtz, J.P., & Hancock, J.T. (2013). Butler lies from both sides: Actions and perceptions of unavailability messaging in texting. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2013). [Top Paper Nomination, top 5%, acceptance rate: 36%]

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From perception to behavior: Disclosure reciprocity and the intensification of intimacy in computer-mediated communication

Jiang, L.C., Bazarova, N., & Hancock, J.T. (2013). From perception to behavior: Disclosure reciprocity and the intensification of intimacy in computer-mediated communication. Communication Research, 40, 125-143.

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Hungry like the wolf: A word pattern analysis of the language of psychopaths

Hancock, J.T., Woodworth, M., & Porter, S. (2013). Hungry like the wolf: A word pattern analysis of the language of psychopaths. Legal and Criminological Psychology, 18, 102-114.

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Self-affirmation underlies Facebook use

Toma, C. & Hancock, J.T. (2013). Self-affirmation underlies Facebook use. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 39, 321-331.

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Negative Deceptive Opinion Spam

Ott, M., Cardie, C., & Hancock, J.T. (2013). Negative Deceptive Opinion Spam. North American Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics: Human Language Technologies (NAACL2013).

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Deception in Computer-Mediated Communication

Hancock, J.T., & Gonzales, A. (2013). Deception in Computer-Mediated Communication. In S. Herring, D. Stein and T. Virtanen (Eds.) Handbook of Pragmatics of Computer-Mediated Communication. Berlin, Germany: Mouton de Gruyter.

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SocialCube: A text cube framework for analyzing social media data

Liu, X, Tang, K., Hancock, J.T., Han, J., Son”g, M., Xu, & Manikonda, V. (2012). SocialCube: A text cube framework for analyzing social media data. Proceedings of the ASE International Conference on Social Informatics (SocialInformatics2012). [acceptance rate: 11.5%]

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Novel ecological momentary assessment tools for studying deception and health behavior

Guillory, J., Birnholtz, J., Hancock, J. T., Gay, G., & Pollak, J.P.,  (2012, November). Novel ecological momentary assessment tools for studying deception and health behavior. U. Reips, New Developments in Web-based data collection. Symposium conducted at the 2012 meeting of the Society for Computing in Psychology. Minneapolis, MN.

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Social Information Processing Theory @ 20 Years Symposium

Hancock, J.T. (2012, November). The Education of Jeff Hancock and a Small Roast of Joe Walther. Social Information Processing Theory @ 20 Years Symposium (Chair: Stephanie T. Tong). 98th Annual Meeting of the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL.

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Social Media and Socially Mediated Emotions: Emotional Expression and Contagion

Hancock, J.T., Guillory, J. & Kramer, A. (2012, October). Social Media and Socially Mediated Emotions: Emotional Expression and Contagion. Society of Experimental Social Psychology (SESP), Austin, TX.

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Understanding unavailability in a world of constant connection

Birnholtz, J., Hancock, J., Smith, M., & Reynolds, L. (2012). Understanding unavailability in a world of constant connection. Interactions 19, 32-35.

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Attributions after a group failure: Do they matter?

Bazaova, N. & Hancock, J.T. (2012). Attributions after a group failure: Do they matter? Communication Research, 39, 499-522.

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The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement

Woodworth, M., Hancock, J.T., Porter, S., Hare, R., Logan, M., O’Toole, M.E. & Smith, S. (2012). The Language of Psychopaths: New Findings and Implications for Law Enforcement. FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, July 2012 Issue.

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Stages of predation. The language of online sex offenders

Woodworth, M. Hancock, J., Black, P., Wollis, M. (2012, May). Stages of predation. The language of online sex offenders. Presented at the American Psychological Society (APS) Annual Meeting, Chicago.

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Social Media and Implication for Public Opinion and Survey Research

Hancock, J.T. (2012, May). Social Media and Implication for Public Opinion and Survey Research. American Association of Public Opinion Research (AAPOR), Orlando, FL

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Distance, ambiguity and appropriation: Structures affording impression management in a collocated organization

Birnholtz, J., Dixon, G., & Hancock, J.T. (2012). Distance, ambiguity and appropriation: Structures affording impression management in a collocated organization. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 1028-1035.

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In search of a gold standard in studies of deception

Gokhman, S., Hancock, J.T., Prahbu, P., Ott, M., & Cardie., C. (2012). In search of a gold standard in studies of deception. Proceedings of the European Association of Computational Linguistics (EACL) Workshop on Deception Detection. [acceptance rate: 27%]

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Estimating the prevalence of deception in online review communities

Ott, M., Cardie, C., & Hancock, J.T. (2012). Estimating the prevalence of deception in online review communities. Proceedings of International World Wide Web Conference 2012 (IW3C2). [acceptance rate: 12%]

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The effect of Linkedin on deception in resumes

Guillory, J. & Hancock, J.T. (2012). The effect of Linkedin on deception in resumes. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 15, 135-140

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Profile as promise: A framework for conceptualizing the veracity of online dating profiles

Ellison, N, Hancock, J.T., & Toma, C. (2012). Profile as promise: A framework for conceptualizing the veracity of online dating profiles. New Media & Society, 14, 42-59.

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What lies beneath: The linguistic traces of deception in online dating profiles

Toma, C. & Hancock, J.T. (2012). What lies beneath: The linguistic traces of deception in online dating profiles. Journal of Communication, 62, 78-97.

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Emotional Expression and Contagion in Text-Based Communication

Guillory, J. & Hancock, J.T.  (2012, January). Emotional Expression and Contagion in Text-Based Communication. Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP), San Diego, CA

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Assessing credibility through text: A preliminary analysis for identifying psychopathy

Hancock, J.T., Woodworth, M.T, Morrow, R., McGillivray, H., & Boochever, R. (2012). Assessing credibility through text: A preliminary analysis for identifying psychopathy. Forty-Fifth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS45).

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Exploring Linguistic Features for Deception Detection in Unstructured Text

Liu, X., Hancock, J.T., Zhang, G., Xu, R., Markowitz & Bazarova, N. (2012). Exploring Linguistic Features for Deception Detection in Unstructured Text. Proceedings, Forty-Fifth Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS45).

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Mirror, mirror on my Facebook wall: Effects of exposure to Facebook on self-esteem

Gonzales, A.G. & Hancock, J.T. (2011). Mirror, mirror on my Facebook wall: Effects of exposure to Facebook on self-esteem. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 14, 79-83.

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Finding deceptive opinion spam by any stretch of the imagination

Ott, M., Cardie, C., Choi, Y., & Hancock, J.T. (2011). Finding deceptive opinion spam by any stretch of the imagination. Proceedings of the 49th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL 2011), 309–319.

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I said your name in an empty room: grieving and continuing bonds on Facebook

Getty, E., Cobb, J., Gabeler, M., Nelson, C., Weng, E., & Hancock, J.T. (2011). I said your name in an empty room: grieving and continuing bonds on Facebook. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011), 997-1000. [Acceptance rate: 26%]

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Upset now?: Emotion contagion in distributed groups

Guillory, J., Spiegel, J., Drislane, M., Weiss, B., Donner, W., & Hancock, J.T. (2011). Upset now?: Emotion contagion in distributed groups. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2011), 745-748. [Acceptance rate: 26%]

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Contact stratification and deception: blackberry messenger versus SMS use among students

Reynolds, L., Gillette, S., Marder, J., Miles, Z., Vodenski, P., Weintraub, A., Birnholtz, J., & Hancock, J.T. (2011). Contact stratification and deception: blackberry messenger versus SMS use among students. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2011), 221-224. [Acceptance rate: 22%]

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Temporal patterns of cohesiveness in virtual groups

Schwanda, V., Barron, K., Lien, J., Schoreer, G., Vernon, A., & Hancock, J.T. (2011). Temporal patterns of cohesiveness in virtual groups.  Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2011), 709-712. . [Acceptance rate: 22%]

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A tale of two languages: strategic self-disclosure via language selection on facebook

Tang, D., Chou, D., Drucker, N., Robertson, A., Smith, W.C., Hancock, J.T. (2011). A tale of two languages: strategic self-disclosure via language selection on facebook. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2011), 387-390. [Acceptance rate: 26%]

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Peer to peer lending: The relationship between language features, trustworthiness, and persuasion succes

Larrimore, L., Jiang, L., Larrimore, J., Markowitz, D., & Gorski, S. (2011). Peer to peer lending: The relationship between language features, trustworthiness, and persuasion success. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 39, 19-37.

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A new twist on love’s labor: Self-presentation in online dating profiles

Toma, C. L., & Hancock, J. T. (2011). A new twist on love’s labor: Self-presentation in online dating profiles. In K. B. Wright & L. M. Webb (Eds.) Computer-Mediated Communication in Personal Relationships (pp 41-55), Hampton Press.

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The disclosure-intimacy link in computer-mediated communication: An attributional extension of the hyperpersonal model

Jiang, L. C., Bazarova, N., & Hancock, J.T. (2011). The disclosure-intimacy link in computer-mediated communication: An attributional extension of the hyperpersonal model. Human Communication Research, 37, 58-77.

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Interpersonal sensitivity, status, and stereotype accuracy

Kenny, D.A., Snook, A., Boucher, E.M., & Hancock, J.T. (2010). Interpersonal sensitivity, status, and stereotype accuracy. Psychological Science, 21 1735-1739.

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See no evil: The effect of communication medium and motivation on deception detection

Hancock, J. T., Woodworth, M., & Goorha, S. (2010).  See no evil:  The effect of communication medium and motivation on deception detection.  Group Decision and Negotiation, 19, 327-343.

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Language style matching as a predictor of social dynamics in small groups

Gonzales, A.G., Hancock, J.T., & Pennebaker, J. (2010). Language style matching as a predictor of social dynamics in small groups. Communication Research, 37, 3-19.

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Looks and Lies: The role of physical attractiveness in online dating self-presentation and deception

Toma, C.L. & Hancock, J.T. (2010). Looks and Lies: The role of physical attractiveness in online dating self-presentation and deception. Communication Research, 37, 335-351.

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Visualizing Language Use in Team Conversations: Designing Through Theory, Experiments, and Iterations

Leshed, G., Cosley, D., Hancock, J.T., & Gay, G. (2010). Visualizing Language Use in Team Conversations: Designing Through Theory, Experiments, and Iterations. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2010). [Acceptance rate: 22%]

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Social Language Processing: A Framework for Analyzing the Communication of Terrorists and Authoritarian Regimes

Hancock, J.T., Beaver, D.I., Chung, C.K., Frazee, J., Pennebaker, J.W., Graesser, A., & Cai, Z., (2010). Social Language Processing: A Framework for Analyzing the Communication of Terrorists and Authoritarian Regimes. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression 2, 108-132.

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Warrants and Deception in Computer Mediated Communication

Warkentin, D., Woodworth, M, Hancock, J.T., & Cormier, N. (2010). Warrants and Deception in Computer Mediated Communication. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2010), 9-12. [Acceptance rate: 20%]

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Reading between the Lines: Linguistic Cues to Deception in Online Dating Profiles

Toma, C.L. & Hancock, J.T. (2010). Reading between the Lines: Linguistic Cues to Deception in Online Dating Profiles. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2010), 5-8. [Acceptance rate: 20%]

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“on my way”: Deceptive Texting and Interpersonal Awareness Narratives

Birnholtz, J., Guillory, J., Hancock, J.T., & Bazarova, N.N. (2010) “on my way”: Deceptive Texting and Interpersonal Awareness Narratives. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2010), 1-4. [Acceptance rate: 20%]

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Suspicion in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication: Preliminary Results

Woodworth, M., Hancock, J.T., Agar, A., Cormier, N, & Carpenter, T. (2010). Suspicion in Synchronous Computer-Mediated Communication: Preliminary Results. Proceedings, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences.

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From dispositions to motives: New perspectives on attributions and their implications for communication

Bazarova, N.N. & Hancock, J.T. (2010). From dispositions to motives: New perspectives on attributions and their implications for communication. Communication Yearbook, 34, 63-92.

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The priming effects of avatars in virtual settings

Peña, J., & Hancock, J. T., & Merola, N. A. (2009). The priming effects of avatars in virtual settings. Communication Research, 36, 838-856.

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Lying for Love in the Digital Age: Deception in Online Dating

Toma, C. & Hancock, J.T. (2009). Lying for Love in the Digital Age: Deception in Online Dating. In M. McGlone & M. Knapp (eds.) Interplay of Truth and Deception (pp. 149-164). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

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Putting Your Best Face Forward: The Accuracy of Online Dating Photographs

Hancock, J.T. & Toma, C. (2009). Putting Your Best Face Forward: The Accuracy of Online Dating Photographs. Journal of Communication, 59, 367-386.

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The importance of coordination devices in text-based, task-oriented conversations

Hancock, J.T. (1999). The importance of coordination devices in text-based, task-oriented conversations. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 1999), 316-317. New York, ACM.

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Butler Lies: Awareness, Deception and Design

Hancock, J.T., Birnholtz, J., Bazarova, N., Guillory, J., Amos, B., & Perlin, J. (2009). Butler Lies: Awareness, Deception and Design. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). (Acceptance Rate: 24.5%)

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Visualizing Real-Time Language-Based Feedback on Teamwork Behavior in Computer-Mediated Groups

Leshed, G., Perez, D., Hancock, J.T., Lee, S., Cosley, D., Birnholtz, J., McLeod, P., & Gay, G. (2009). Visualizing Real-Time Language-Based Feedback on Teamwork Behavior in Computer-Mediated Groups. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). (Acceptance Rate: 24.5%)

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Making Sense of Strangers’ Expertise from Signals in Digital Artifacts

Shami, N.S., Ehrlich, K., Gay, G., & Hancock, J.T. (2009). Making Sense of Strangers’ Expertise from Signals in Digital Artifacts. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2009). (Acceptance Rate: 24.5%)

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Digital deception: When, where and how people lie online

Hancock, J.T. (2009). Digital deception: When, where and how people lie online. In K. McKenna, T. Postmes, U. Reips & A.N. Joinson (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Internet Psychology (pp. 287-301). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Digital Deception: The Practice of Lying in the Digital Age

Hancock, J.T. (2009). Digital Deception: The Practice of Lying in the Digital Age. B. Harrington (ed.) Deception: From Ancient Empires to Internet Dating (pp.109-120). Palo Alto, CA: Stanford Press.

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Social identification and interpersonal communication in computer-mediated communication: What you do versus who you are in virtual groups

Wang, Z., Walther, J. B., & Hancock, J. T. (2009). Social identification and interpersonal communication in computer-mediated communication: What you do versus who you are in virtual groups. Human Communication Research, 35, 59-85.

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I know something you don’t: Use of asymmetric personal information for interpersonal advantage

Hancock, J.T., Toma, C., & Fenner, K. (2008). I know something you don’t: Use of asymmetric personal information for interpersonal advantage. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2008). (Acceptance Rate: 16%; Top Note Nomination)

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I’m sad you’re sad: Emotional contagion in CMC

Hancock, J.T., Gee, K., Ciaciaco, K. & Mae, J. (2008). I’m sad you’re sad: Emotional contagion in CMC. Proceedings of the ACM conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW 2008). (Acceptance Rate: 16%; Best Note Nomination)

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Separating Fact from Fiction: An Examination of Deceptive Self-Presentation in Online Dating Profiles

Toma, C., Hancock, J.T., & Ellison, N. (2008). Separating Fact from Fiction: An Examination of Deceptive Self-Presentation in Online Dating Profiles. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 34, 1023-1036.

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Identity Shift in Computer-Mediated Environments

Gonzales, A. & Hancock, J.T. (2008). Identity Shift in Computer-Mediated Environments. Media Psychology, 11, 167-185.

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Interpersonal Sensitivity in Computer-Mediated and Face-to-Face Conversations

Boucher, E., Hancock, J.T., & Dunham, P.J. (2008). Interpersonal Sensitivity in Computer-Mediated and Face-to-Face Conversations. Media Psychology, 11, 235-258.

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On lying and being lied to: A linguistic analysis of deception

Hancock, J.T., Curry, L., Goorha, S., & Woodworth, M.T. (2008). On lying and being lied to: A linguistic analysis of deception. Discourse Processes, 45, 1-23.

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Disclosure and Deception in Tomorrow’s Survey Interview: The Role of Information Technology

Hancock, J.T. (2007). Disclosure and Deception in Tomorrow’s Survey Interview: The Role of Information Technology. In M. Schober & F. Turner (eds.) Envisioning the Survey Interview of the Future (pp. 179-194). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.

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Feedback for guiding reflection on teamwork practices

Leshed, G., Hancock, J.T., Cosley, D., McLeod, & Gay, G. (2007). Feedback for guiding reflection on teamwork practices. Proceedings of the ACM Conference  GROUP 2007. (Acceptance Rate: 28%)

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Children’s comprehension of critical and complimentary forms of verbal irony

Hancock, J.T., Purdy, K., & Dunham, P.J. (2007). Children’s comprehension of critical and complimentary forms of verbal irony. In R. W. Gibbs and H. L. Colston (Eds.) Irony in language and thought:  A cognitive science reader (pp. 425-446).  Hillsdale, NJ:  Lawrence Erlbaum.

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Effects of Geographic Distribution on Dominance Perceptions in Computer-Mediated Groups

Pena, J., Walther, J.B., & Hancock, J.T. (2007). Effects of Geographic Distribution on Dominance Perceptions in Computer-Mediated Groups. Communication Research, 34, 313-331.

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Expressing emotion in text-based Communication

Hancock, J.T., Landrigan, C., & Silver, C. (2007). Expressing emotion in text-based communication. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2007), 929 – 932. (Acceptance Rate: 24%)

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The truth about lying in online dating profiles

Hancock, J.T., Toma, C., & Ellison, N. (2007). The truth about lying in online dating profiles. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2007). (Acceptance Rate: 24%; Top Note Nomination).

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Short-term Psychodynamic Psychotherapies for Common Mental Disorders

Abbass, A.A., Hancock, J.T., Henderson, J., Kisely, S. (2006). Short-term Psychodynamic Psychotherapies for Common Mental Disorders. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 4, 1-47.

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The Construction of Away Messages: A Speech Act Analysis

Nastri, J. &, Pena, J., & Hancock, J.T. (2006). The Construction of Away Messages: A Speech Act Analysis. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 11, 1025-1045.

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Advancing ambiguity

Boehner, K., & Hancock, J.T. (2006). Advancing ambiguity. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2006),103-107. (Acceptance rate: 23%)

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An analysis of instrumental and socio-emotional content in online multi-player videogames

Pena, J., & Hancock, J.T. (2006). An analysis of instrumental and socio-emotional content in online multi-player videogames. Communication Research, 33, 92-109.

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Realism, imagination and videogames

Shapiro, M.A., Pena-Hebron, J, & Hancock, J.T. (2006). Realism, imagination and videogames. In P. Vorderer and Jennings Bryant (Eds.) Playing Computer Games: Motives, Responses, and Consequences (pp. 275-290). New York: Lawrence Earlbaum Associates.

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The role of politeness and humor in the asymmetry of affect in verbal irony

Mathews, J., Hancock, J.T., & Dunham, P.J. (2006). The role of politeness and humor in the asymmetry of affect in verbal irony. Discourse Processes, 41, 3-24.

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How do communication and technology researchers study the Internet?

Walther, J.B., Gay, G, & Hancock, J.T. (2005). How do communication and technology researchers study the Internet? Journal of Communication, 55, 632-657.

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The motivational enhancement effect: Implications for our chosen modes of communication in the 21st century

Woodworth, M., Hancock, J.T., & Goorha, S. (2005). The motivational enhancement effect:  Implications for our chosen modes of communication in the 21st century. Proceedings, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. (Acceptance rate: 37%)

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An automated linguistic analysis of deceptive and truthful computer-mediated communication

Hancock, J.T., Curry, L., Goorha, S., & Woodworth, M. (2005). An automated linguistic analysis of deceptive and truthful computer-mediated communication. Proceedings, Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences. (Best Paper Nominee) (Acceptance rate: 37%)

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Verbal irony use in computer-mediated and face-to-face conversations

Hancock, J.T. (2004). Verbal irony use in computer-mediated and face-to-face conversations. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 23, 447-463

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Emergent networks, locus of control and the pursuit of social capital

Hancock, J.T., Curry, L., Goorha, S., & Woodworth, M.T. (2004). Lies in Conversation: An Examination of Deception Using Automated Linguistic Analysis. Proceedings, Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 26, 534-540. Mahwah, NJ: LEA. (Acceptance rate 31%)

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A Linguistic Model that Infers User States and Traits

Person, N., Hancock, J.T., Burke, D.R., & Graesser, A.C. (2004). A Linguistic Model that Infers User States and Traits. Proceedings, Intelligent Tutor Systems, Maceio, Brazil. (Acceptance rate: 35%)

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LOL: Humor online

Hancock, J.T. (2004). LOL: Humor online. ACM Interactions, 11, 57-58.

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Lies in Conversation: An Examination of Deception Using Automated Linguistic Analysis

Hancock, J.T., Curry, L., Goorha, S., & Woodworth, M.T. (2004). Lies in Conversation: An Examination of Deception Using Automated Linguistic Analysis. Proceedings, Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society, 26, 534-540. Mahwah, NJ: LEA. (Acceptance rate 31%)

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Deception and design: The impact of communication technologies on lying behavior

Hancock, J.T., Thom-Santelli, J., & Ritchie, T. (2004). Deception and design: The impact of communication technologies on lying behavior. Proceedings of the ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI 2004), 6, 130-136. New York, ACM. (Acceptance rate 16%)

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Impression Formation in Computer-Mediated Communication Revisited: An Analysis of the Breadth and Intensity of Impressions

Hancock, J.T., & Dunham, P.J. (2001a). Impression Formation in Computer-Mediated Communication Revisited: An Analysis of the Breadth and Intensity of Impressions. Communication Research, 28, 325-347.

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Children’s comprehension of critical and complimentary forms of verbal irony

Hancock, J.T., Purdy, K., & Dunham, P.J. (2000). Children’s comprehension of critical and complimentary forms of verbal irony. Journal of Cognition and Development, 1, 227-248.

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Language use in computer-mediated communication: The role of coordination devices

Hancock, J.T., & Dunham, P.J. (2001b). Language use in computer-mediated communication: The role of coordination devices. Discourse Processes, 31, 91-110.

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