Moira Burke, Ph.D.

2012 Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 
Social Psychology, Web Studies
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Robert E. Kraut grad student 2012 Carnegie Mellon
 (Reading, Writing, Relationships: The Impact of Social Network Sites on Relationships and Well-Being.)
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Sumner SA, Burke M, Kooti F. (2020) Adherence to suicide reporting guidelines by news shared on a social networking platform. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 117: 16267-16272
Litt E, Zhao S, Kraut R, et al. (2020) What Are Meaningful Social Interactions in Today’s Media Landscape? A Cross-Cultural Survey: Social Media and Society. 6: 205630512094288
Gee LK, Jones J, Burke M. (2017) Social Networks and Labor Markets: How Strong Ties Relate to Job Finding on Facebook’s Social Network Journal of Labor Economics. 35: 485-518
Gee LK, Jones JJ, Fariss CJ, et al. (2017) The paradox of weak ties in 55 countries Journal of Economic Behavior & Organization. 133: 362-372
Birnholtz J, Burke M, Steele A. (2017) Untagging on social media Computers in Human Behavior. 69: 166-173
Hobbs WR, Burke M, Christakis NA, et al. (2016) Online social integration is associated with reduced mortality risk. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Burke M, Kraut RE. (2016) The Relationship between Facebook Use and Well-Being depends on Communication Type and Tie Strength Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. 21: 265-281
Kraut R, Burke M. (2015) Internet use and psychological well-being: Effects of activity and audience Communications of the Acm. 58: 94-100
Burke M, Kraut R, Joyce E. (2010) Membership claims and requests: Conversation-level newcomer socialization strategies in online groups Small Group Research. 41: 4-40
Shklovski I, Burke M, Kiesler S, et al. (2010) Technology adoption and use in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans American Behavioral Scientist. 53: 1228-1246
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