Rachel L. Neo
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Children and video games: Addiction, engagement, and scholastic achievement
MM Skoric, LLC Teo, RL Neo
Cyberpsychology & behavior 12 (5), 567-572, 2009
Implications of pro-and counterattitudinal information exposure for affective polarization
RK Garrett, SD Gvirsman, BK Johnson, Y Tsfati, R Neo, A Dal
Human communication research 40 (3), 309-332, 2014
Driving a wedge between evidence and beliefs: How online ideological news exposure promotes political misperceptions
RK Garrett, BE Weeks, RL Neo
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 21 (5), 331-348, 2016
Influence of value predispositions, interpersonal contact, and mediated exposure on public attitudes toward homosexuals in S ingapore
BH Detenber, SS Ho, RL Neo, S Malik, M Cenite
Asian Journal of Social Psychology 16 (3), 181-196, 2013
Issues, involvement, and influence: Effects of selective exposure and sharing on polarization and participation
BK Johnson, RL Neo, MEM Heijnen, L Smits, C van Veen
Computers in Human Behavior 104, 106155, 2020
Examining how presumed media influence affects social norms and adolescents' attitudes and drinking behavior intentions in rural Thailand
SS Ho, T Poorisat, RL Neo, BH Detenber
Journal of health communication 19 (3), 282-302, 2014
Problematic instant messaging use
RL Neo, MM Skoric
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 14 (3), 627-657, 2009
The roles of value predispositions, communication, and third person perception on public support for censorship of films with homosexual content
SS Ho, BH Detenber, S Malik, RL Neo
Asian Journal of Communication 22 (1), 78-97, 2012
Rights versus morality: Online debate about decriminalization of gay sex in Singapore
BH Detenber, M Cenite, S Zhou, S Malik, RL Neo
Journal of Homosexuality 61 (9), 1313-1333, 2014
Examining education and newsroom work experience as predictors of communication students’ perceptions of journalism ethics
BH Detenber, M Cenite, S Malik, RL Neo
Journalism & Mass Communication Educator 67 (1), 45-69, 2012
Mediation or moderation? Examining how politically like-minded and dissimilar conversations influence the relationship between social media political information consumption …
RL Neo
Communication Studies 70 (2), 151-171, 2019
Tradition gone mobile: An exploration of# betelnut on Instagram
W Buente, C Rathnayake, R Neo, F Dalisay, HK Kramer
Substance use & misuse 55 (9), 1483-1492, 2020
Favoritism or animosity? Examining how SNS network homogeneity Influences vote choice via affective mechanisms
RL Neo
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 28 (4), 461-483, 2016
Linking perceived political network homogeneity with political social media use via perceived social media news credibility
RL Neo
Journal of Information Technology & Politics 18 (3), 355-369, 2021
The limits of online consensus effects: A social affirmation theory of how aggregate online rating scores influence trust in factual corrections
RL Neo
Communication Research 47 (5), 771-792, 2020
Examining Factors Associated With Facebook Use Among Sheltered Homeless in Hawai'i
W Buente, R Neo, LM Quiroga, J Greene
International Journal of Communication 14, 23, 2020
Civil keystrokes: Examining anonymity, politeness, and civility in online newspaper forums
KP Dillon, RL Neo, N Seely
AoIR Selected Papers of Internet Research, 2015
Online products and consumers: Partisan ratings and mechanisms for affective polarization
RL Neo, BK Johnson
Telematics and Informatics 54, 101467, 2020
Searching for the stairway to heaven: information seeking about an illegal hiking trail in Hawaii
K Bergstrom, R Neo
Leisure Studies 39 (5), 751-764, 2020
The Meso Level: Perspectives in a Social Context
R Neo
Creating a More Transparent Internet: The Perspective Web, 75, 2022
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