Elliot Panek
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Mirror or Megaphone?: How relationships between narcissism and social networking site use differ on Facebook and Twitter
ET Panek, Y Nardis, S Konrath
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (5), 2004-2012, 2013
Left to their own devices: College students’“guilty pleasure” media use and time management
E Panek
Communication Research 41 (4), 561-577, 2014
Consciousness and self-regulation in mobile communication
JB Bayer, S Dal Cin, SW Campbell, E Panek
Human Communication Research 42 (1), 71-97, 2016
Info capacity| Tracking the flow of information into the home: An empirical assessment of the digital revolution in the US from 1960–2005
WR Neuman, YJ Park, E Panek
International Journal of Communication 6, 20, 2012
The poet and the detective: Defining the psychological puzzle film
E Panek
Film Criticism 31 (1/2), 62-88, 2006
When social media isn’t social: Friends’ responsiveness to narcissists on Facebook
M Choi, ET Panek, Y Nardis, CL Toma
Personality and Individual Differences 77, 209-214, 2015
Automaticity, mindfulness, and self-control as predictors of dangerous texting behavior
ET Panek, JB Bayer, S Dal Cin, SW Campbell
Mobile Media & Communication 3 (3), 383-400, 2015
Defining social networking sites and measuring their use: How narcissists differ in their use of Facebook and Twitter.
ET Panek, Y Nardis, S Konrath
Comput. Hum. Behav. 29 (5), 2004-2012, 2013
Evidence for the effects of parental mediation and childhood media use on US college students' social media use
E Panek
Journal of Children and Media 8 (2), 127-145, 2014
Immediate Media: How Instant Gratification, Self-Control, and the Expansion of Media Choice Affect our Everyday Lives.
ET Panek
High-choice revisited: An experimental analysis of the dynamics of news selection behavior in high-choice media environments
E Panek
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 93 (4), 836-856, 2016
The effects of group size and time on the formation of online communities: Evidence from Reddit
E Panek, C Hollenbach, J Yang, T Rhodes
Social Media+ Society 4 (4), 2056305118815908, 2018
Explaining privacy control on Instagram and twitter: the roles of narcissism and self-esteem
Y Nardis, E Panek
Communication Research Reports 36 (1), 24-34, 2019
Profiles of problematic smartphone users: A comparison of South Korean and US college students
E Panek, H Khang, Y Liu, YG Chae
Korea Observer 49 (3), 437-464, 2018
How About Playing Games as a Career? The Evolution of E-Sports in the Eyes of Mainstream Media and Public Relations
J Hou, X Yang, E Panek
International Journal of Sport Communication 1 (aop), 1-21, 2020
It’s All about Me (or Us): Facebook Post Frequency & Focus as Related to Narcissism
E Panek, Y Nardis, L Auverset
The Journal of Social Media in Society 7 (2), 1-17, 2018
Growth and inequality of participation in online communities: A longitudinal analysis
E Panek, C Hollenbach, J Yang, T Rhodes
Proceedings of the 8th International Conference on Social Media & Society, 1-5, 2017
Oral Healthcare Implications of Dedicated Online Communities: A Computational Content Analysis of the r/Dentistry Subreddit
BC Britt, RK Britt, JL Hayes, ET Panek, J Maddox, A Musaev
Health Communication, 1-13, 2020
Hyperpartisan news use: Relationships with partisanship and cognitive and affective involvement
C Peacock, J Hoewe, E Panek, GP Willis
Mass Communication and Society, 2020
Change by default: Exploring the effects of a sudden influx of newcomers on the discourse of r/TwoXChromosomes
E Panek, W Harrison, J Hou
First Monday, 2019
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