Ji Young Lee
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Does source matter? Examining source effects in online product reviews
X Dou, JA Walden, S Lee, JY Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (5), 1555-1563, 2012
1942012
To tweet or to retweet? That is the question for health professionals on Twitter
JY Lee, SS Sundar
Health communication 28 (5), 509-524, 2013
1452013
Perpetuating online sexism offline: Anonymity, interactivity, and the effects of sexist hashtags on social media
J Fox, C Cruz, JY Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 52, 436-442, 2015
1132015
Page flipping vs. clicking: The impact of naturally mapped interaction technique on user learning and attitudes
J Oh, HR Robinson, JY Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (4), 1334-1341, 2013
242013
Self-Deprecating Humor Versus Other-Deprecating Humor in Health Messages
JY Lee, MD Slater, J Tchernev
Journal of health communication 20 (10), 1185-1195, 2015
162015
“To the Bottle I Go... to Drain My Strain” Effects of Microblogged Racist Messages on Target Group Members’ Intention to Drink Alcohol
RJ Lee-Won, JY Lee, H Song, L Borghetti
Communication Research 44 (3), 388-415, 2017
72017
Is Web 2.0 culture-free or culture-bound? Differences between American and Korean blogs
H Jia, SS Sundar, JY Lee, S Lee
System Sciences (HICSS), 2014 47th Hawaii International Conference on, 1735-1744, 2014
32014
The Number of Likes Associated with Given Health-Related Messages on Facebook: The Moderating Effect of Value Involvement
JY Lee
The Ohio State University, 2015
12015
TO TWEET OR TO RETWEET? THAT IS THE QUESTION FOR DOCTORS ON MICROBLOGS
JY Lee
The Pennsylvania State University, 2011
2011
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