Andrew High
Andrew High
Associate Professor, The Pennsylvania State University
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A review and meta-analysis of person-centered messages and social support outcomes
AC High, JP Dillard
Communication Studies 63 (1), 99-118, 2012
Online social interaction, psychosocial well‐being, and problematic Internet use
SE Caplan, AC High
Internet addiction: A handbook and guide to evaluation and treatment, 35-53, 2007
Beyond excessive use: The interaction between cognitive and behavioral symptoms of problematic Internet use
SE Caplan, AC High
Communication Research Reports 23 (4), 265-271, 2006
Social anxiety and computer-mediated communication during initial interactions: Implications for the hyperpersonal perspective
AC High, SE Caplan
Computers in human behavior 25 (2), 475-482, 2009
An examination of support (in) adequacy: Types, sources, and consequences of social support among infertile women
AC High, KR Steuber
Communication Monographs 81 (2), 157-178, 2014
Examining family communication patterns and seeking social support direct and indirect effects through ability and motivation
AC High, KM Scharp
Human Communication Research 41 (4), 459-479, 2015
Communication channel, sex, and the immediate and longitudinal outcomes of verbal person-centered support
AC High, DH Solomon
Communication Monographs 81 (4), 439-468, 2014
Disclosure strategies, social support, and quality of life in infertile women
KR Steuber, A High
Human Reproduction 30 (7), 1635-1642, 2015
Measuring political personalization of Google news search
H Le, R Maragh, B Ekdale, A High, T Havens, Z Shafiq
The World Wide Web Conference, 2957-2963, 2019
The effect of under-and over-benefited support gaps on hurt feelings, esteem, and relationships
RM McLaren, AC High
Communication Research 46 (6), 785-810, 2019
An idealized self or the real me? Predicting attraction to online dating profiles using selective self-presentation and warranting
CD Wotipka, AC High
Communication Monographs 83 (3), 281-302, 2016
Gaps among desired, sought, and received support: Deficits and surpluses in support when coping with taboo marital stressors
AC High, JL Crowley
Communication Research 45 (3), 319-338, 2018
Locating computer-mediated social support within online communication environments
AC High, DH Solomon
Computer-mediated communication in personal relationships, 119-136, 2011
Widening the gap: Support gaps in same race versus different race female friendship dyads
SM Davis, AC High
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 36 (1), 187-213, 2019
Misery rarely gets company: The influence of emotional bandwidth on supportive communication on Facebook
AC High, A Oeldorf-Hirsch, S Bellur
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 79-88, 2014
Receiving supportive communication from Facebook friends: A model of social ties and supportive communication in social network sites
AC High, EM Buehler
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 36 (3), 719-740, 2019
Explaining the durable effects of verbal person-centered supportive communication: Indirect effects or invisible support?
AC High, DH Solomon
Human Communication Research 42 (2), 200-220, 2016
Count your calories and share them: Health benefits of sharing mhealth information on social networking sites
A Oeldorf-Hirsch, AC High, JL Christensen
Health Communication 34 (10), 1130-1140, 2019
“Anyone free to chat?” Using technological features to elicit quality support online
LJ Youngvorst, AC High
Communication monographs 85 (2), 203-223, 2018
Supportive communication from bystanders of cyberbullying: Indirect effects and interactions between source and message characteristics
AC High, R Young
Journal of Applied Communication Research 46 (1), 28-51, 2018
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