Sara Kiesler
Sara Kiesler
Emeritus Hillman Professor of Computer Science and Human Computer Interaction, Carnegie Mellon
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Internet paradox: A social technology that reduces social involvement and psychological well-being?
R Kraut, M Patterson, V Lundmark, S Kiesler, T Mukophadhyay, ...
American psychologist 53 (9), 1017, 1998
Social psychological aspects of computer-mediated communication.
S Kiesler, J Siegel, TW McGuire
American psychologist 39 (10), 1123, 1984
Reducing social context cues: Electronic mail in organizational communication
L Sproull, S Kiesler
Management science 32 (11), 1492-1512, 1986
Connections: New ways of working in the networked organization
L Sproull, S Kiesler, SB Kiesler
MIT press, 1991
Internet paradox revisited
R Kraut, S Kiesler, B Boneva, J Cummings, V Helgeson, A Crawford
Journal of social issues 58 (1), 49-74, 2002
The kindness of strangers: The usefulness of electronic weak ties for technical advice
D Constant, L Sproull, S Kiesler
Organization science 7 (2), 119-135, 1996
Group processes in computer-mediated communication
J Siegel, V Dubrovsky, S Kiesler, TW McGuire
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 37 (2), 157-187, 1986
What's mine is ours, or is it? A study of attitudes about information sharing
D Constant, S Kiesler, L Sproull
Information systems research 5 (4), 400-421, 1994
Managerial response to changing environments: Perspectives on problem sensing from social cognition
S Kiesler, L Sproull
Administrative science quarterly, 548-570, 1982
The equalization phenomenon: Status effects in computer-mediated and face-to-face decision-making groups
VJ Dubrovsky, S Kiesler, BN Sethna
Human-computer interaction 6 (2), 119-146, 1991
Group decision making and communication technology
S Kiesler, L Sproull
Organizational behavior and human decision processes 52 (1), 96-123, 1992
An electronic group is virtually asocial network
B Wellman
Culture of the Internet, 179-205, 2014
A meta-analytic study of social desirability distortion in computer-administered questionnaires, traditional questionnaires, and interviews.
WL Richman, S Kiesler, S Weisband, F Drasgow
Journal of applied psychology 84 (5), 754, 1999
Response effects in the electronic survey
S Kiesler, LS Sproull
Public Opinion Quarterly 50 (3), 402-413, 1986
Matching robot appearance and behavior to tasks to improve human-robot cooperation
J Goetz, S Kiesler, A Powers
The 12th IEEE International Workshop on Robot and Human Interactive …, 2003
Collaborative research across disciplinary and organizational boundaries
JN Cummings, S Kiesler
Social studies of science 35 (5), 703-722, 2005
Applying common identity and bond theory to design of online communities
Y Ren, R Kraut, S Kiesler
Organization studies 28 (3), 377-408, 2007
Building successful online communities: Evidence-based social design
RE Kraut, P Resnick
Mit Press, 2012
The ideal elf: Identity exploration in World of Warcraft
K Bessière, AF Seay, S Kiesler
Cyberpsychology & behavior 10 (4), 530-535, 2007
Building member attachment in online communities: Applying theories of group identity and interpersonal bonds
Y Ren, FM Harper, S Drenner, L Terveen, S Kiesler, J Riedl, RE Kraut
MIS quarterly, 841-864, 2012
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