PersCommers present their work at the ICA 2019

At the upcoming 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association (ICA), to be held from 24 to 28 May in Washington, several PersCom researchers will present their latest work. We are proud to have 19 presentations at this year’s conference. Below you can find an overview of all presentations.

Friday May 24

ICA Pre-Conference on Human-Machine Communication
Session: Agency and Internationality
Friday, May 24, 10.15 to 11.30, Washington Hilton, Shaw (First Floor)
Title: How important is agency? The persuasive consequences of interacting with a chatbot as a new entity
Carolin Ischen; Theo Araujo

Pre-conference Communicating with machines: Boundless imagination
Division (potentially founded during ICA 2019): Human-Machine Communication
Friday, May 24, 15:15 to 16:30, Lincoln East
Title: Conceptualizing social presence and anthropomorphism in human-chatbot communication in a customer service context
Margot J. van der Goot; Carmina Rodríguez-Hidalgo; Tyler Pilgrim

Saturday May 25

Effects of Emotion on Message Processing
Division: Information Systems
Saturday, May 25, 9:30 to 10:45, Columbia 8
Title: Differences Between Older and Younger Adults in Preferences for Emotionally-Meaningful Versus Knowledge-Related Appeals
Margot van der Goot; Julia C. van Weert

High Density: All Aboard the Student Paper Express, From East to West, Theory to Test
Division: Games Division
Saturday, May 25, 11:00 AM to 12:15 PM, Kalorama (Washington Hilton, Lobby Level)
Title: Embodied Interaction in Augmented Reality Games: Does Embodied Congruence Enhance the User Experience?
Anne Roos Smink, Bryan Trude, Lindsay Hahn, Sun Joo (Grace) Ahn

Privatization, Markets & Mayhem? Commercial Issue in Communication
Communication Law & Policy
Saturday, May 25, 11:00 – 12:15; Monroe (Washington Hilton, Concourse Level)
Title: Sponsorship Disclosures in Online Sponsored Content: Practitioners’ Considerations
Margot van der Goot; Sharmaine Zandbergen; Eva A. van Reijmersdal

Public Campaigns Online: Sources, Messages, and User
Division: Information Systems
Saturday, May 25, 15:30 to 16:45, Columbia 8
Title: The Effects of Five Public Information Campaign: The Role of Interpersonal Communication
Adriana Solovei, Bas van den Putte

Sunday May 26

Processing Health Messages: Individual and Social Factors
Division: Information Systems
Sunday, May 26, 09:30 to 10:45, International Ballroom – Center
Title: How viewing alcohol-related content on SNS influences adolescents’ alcohol use determinants.
Mathijs Mesman, Hanneke Hendriks, Bas van den Putte

Improving Patient and Staff Engagement in Healthcare Settings
Division: Health Communication
Sunday, May 26, 9:30 – 10:45; Embassy (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: When Health Organization Engages Me: Effects of Informational Engagement on Website and Twitter in Health Risk Communication
Myojung Chung, Young-shin Lim

Public Engagement in Journalism Studies: Exploring Practical, Theoretical, and Methodological Issues Surrounding Native Advertising’s Blurred Boundaries
Division: Journalism Studies
Sunday, May 26, 11:00 – 12:15; Columbia 7 (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: Effects of Disclosing Online Native Advertising: A Test of Two Competing Underlying Mechanisms
Eline Brussee; Eva A. van Reijmersdal; Nathaniel J. Evans; Bartosz Wojdynski

Exploring Information Processing in Cyber World
Division: Information Systems
Sunday, May 26, 12:30 to 13:45, Columbia 6
Title: Branded Content on Social Media: Combining Tracking and Survey Data to Understand Who Gets Targeted with What
Joanna Strycharz, Nadine Bol, Natali Helberger

Advancing Theory and Measurement in Health Communication
Division: Health Communication
Sunday, May 26, 12:30 to 1:45, DuPont (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: Measuring Triadic Decision Making in Older Adults with Multiple Chronic Conditions
Julia C.M. van Weert, Ruth Pel-Littel, Bianca Buurman, Marjolein van de Pol, Nida Gizem Yilmaz, Linda Tulner, Mirella Minkman. Wilma Scholte op Reimer, Glyn Elwyn

Health Communication Interactive Poster Session
Division: Health Communication
Sunday, May 26, 17:00 to 18:15, International Terrace
Title: Is It More Effective to Scare or Help Smokers: Real-Life Experiment on Stimulating Smoking Cessation
Bas van den Putte, Saar Mollen, Eline Smit

Monday May 27

Health Communication and Health Education Promotion
Division: Health Communication
Monday, May 27, 08:00 to 09:15, Jay
Title: The effects of teacher communication during a health intervention on adolescents’ alcohol use predictors.
Mathijs Mesman, Hanneke Hendriks, Simone Onrust, Bas van den Putte

Application of Communication and Information Technologies in Patient Care
Division: Health Communication
Monday, May 27, 9:30-10:45, DuPont (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: Presenting Online Information to Newly Diagnosed Cancer Patients: A Tailored Pre-Visit Website Intervention on Satisfaction, Communication Self-Efficacy, Anxiety, Question Asking and Information Recall
Minh Hao Nguyen, Julia van Weert, Nadine Bol, Ellen Smets

Application of Communication and Information Technologies in Patient Care
Division: Health Communication
Monday, May 27, 9:30-10:45, DuPont (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: Audiovisual and Narrative Information in Patient Decision Aids: Which Patients Benefit From These Types of Information and What Underlying Processes Can Explain the Positive Effects on Satisfaction and Information Recall
Melanie de Looper, Julia van Weert, Ellen Smets

Access and Use of Digital Media
Division: Communication & Technology
Monday, May 27, 11:00–12:15, Columbia 12 (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: When Posting Is Believing: Adaptation and Internalization of Expressed Opinions in Social and “Non-Social” Media
Stephan Winter, Paola Remmelswaal, & Anne Vos

Environmental Communication Interactive Poster Session
Division: Environmental Communication
Monday, May 27, 12:30 to 13:45, International Terrace (Interactive Posters) (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: Seen as Green? A Multi-Method Investigation of Green Packaging Material and Green Labeling on Consumers’ Perceived Salience and Greenness
Carolin Ischen, Marijn Meijers, Edith Smit

Information Systems Interactive Poster Session
Division: Information Systems
Monday, May 27, 12:30 – 13:45; International Terrace (Interactive Posters) (Washington Hilton, Terrace Level)
Title: Review Submitted Via Mobile: The Effects of Mobile Cue and Typographical Errors on Information Adoption
Young-shin Lim, Ewa Maslowska