Laura A. Dabbish, Ph.D.

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2006 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
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Computer Science, Information Science
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Robert E. Kraut grad student 2006 Carnegie Mellon
 (Coordinating initiation and response in computer -mediated communication.)
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Liu F, Esparza M, Pavlovskaia M, et al. (2019) Animo: Sharing Biosignals on a Smartwatch for Lightweight Social Connection Arxiv: Human-Computer Interaction. 3: 18
Marlow J, Dabbish LA, Forlizzi JL. (2015) Exploring the role of activity trace design on evaluations of online worker quality Conference On Human Factors in Computing Systems - Proceedings. 2015: 1617-1620
Tausczik YR, Dabbish LA, Kraut RE. (2014) Building loyalty to online communities through bond and identity-based attachment to sub-groups Proceedings of the Acm Conference On Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Cscw. 146-157
Marlow J, Dabbish L. (2014) When is a picture not worth a thousand words? the psychological effects of mediated exposure to a remote location Computers in Human Behavior. 30: 824-831
Dabbish L, Stuart C, Tsay J, et al. (2013) Leveraging transparency Ieee Software. 30: 37-43
Farzan R, Dabbish LA, Kraut RE, et al. (2011) Increasing commitment to online communities by designing for social presence Proceedings of the Acm Conference On Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Cscw. 321-330
Dabbish L, Kraut R. (2008) Awareness displays and social motivation for coordinating communication Information Systems Research. 19: 221-238
Dabbish LA, Kraut RE. (2006) Email overload at work: An analysis of factors associated with email strain Proceedings of the Acm Conference On Computer Supported Cooperative Work, Cscw. 431-440
Dabbish LA, Kraut RE, Fussell S, et al. (2005) Understanding email predicting action on a message Chi 2005: Technology, Safety, Community: Conference Proceedings - Conference On Human Factors in Computing Systems. 691-700
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