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I'll see you on “Facebook”: The effects of computer-mediated teacher self-disclosure on student motivation, affective learning, and classroom climate
JP Mazer, RE Murphy, CJ Simonds
Communication education 56 (1), 1-17, 2007
17432007
The effects of teacher self‐disclosure via Facebook on teacher credibility
JP Mazer, RE Murphy, CJ Simonds
Learning, Media and technology 34 (2), 175-183, 2009
4952009
Attitudes toward online social connection and self-disclosure as predictors of Facebook communication and relational closeness
AM Ledbetter, JP Mazer, JM DeGroot, KR Meyer, Y Mao, B Swafford
Communication Research 38 (1), 27-53, 2011
4452011
The changing nature of parent–teacher communication: Mode selection in the smartphone era
BC Thompson, JP Mazer, E Flood Grady
Communication Education 64 (2), 187-207, 2015
1892015
Emotion in teaching and learning: Development and validation of the classroom emotions scale
S Titsworth, MM Quinlan, JP Mazer
Communication Education 59 (4), 431-452, 2010
1752010
Communication: making connections
WJ Seiler, ML Beall
Pearson/Allyn & Bacon, 2005
1742005
Development and validation of the student interest and engagement scales
JP Mazer
Communication Methods and Measures 6 (2), 99-125, 2012
1282012
Associations among teacher communication behaviors, student interest, and engagement: A validity test
JP Mazer
Communication Education 62 (1), 86-96, 2013
1272013
The bright side of emotion in the classroom: Do teachers' behaviors predict students' enjoyment, hope, and pride?
S Titsworth, TP McKenna, JP Mazer, MM Quinlan
Communication Education 62 (2), 191-209, 2013
1172013
The dark side of emotion in the classroom: Emotional processes as mediators of teacher communication behaviors and student negative emotions
JP Mazer, TP McKenna-Buchanan, MM Quinlan, S Titsworth
Communication Education 63 (3), 149-168, 2014
1162014
Two meta-analyses exploring the relationship between teacher clarity and student learning
S Titsworth, JP Mazer, AK Goodboy, S Bolkan, SA Myers
Communication Education 64 (4), 385-418, 2015
1122015
Student emotional and cognitive interest as mediators of teacher communication behaviors and student engagement: An examination of direct and interaction effects
JP Mazer
Communication Education 62 (3), 253-277, 2013
1072013
College student ratings of student academic support: Frequency, importance, and modes of communication
B Thompson, JP Mazer
Communication Education 58 (3), 433-458, 2009
1012009
Development of the parental academic support scale: Frequency, importance, and modes of communication
B Thompson, JP Mazer
Communication Education 61 (2), 131-160, 2012
992012
Communication in the face of a school crisis: Examining the volume and content of social media mentions during active shooter incidents
JP Mazer, B Thompson, J Cherry, M Russell, HJ Payne, EG Kirby, W Pfohl
Computers in Human Behavior 53, 238-248, 2015
982015
Validity of the student interest and engagement scales: Associations with student learning outcomes
JP Mazer
Communication Studies 64 (2), 125-140, 2013
952013
Cyberbullying detection with a pronunciation based convolutional neural network
X Zhang, J Tong, N Vishwamitra, E Whittaker, JP Mazer, R Kowalski, H Hu, ...
2016 15th IEEE international conference on machine learning and applications …, 2016
812016
Do online communication attitudes mitigate the association between Facebook use and relational interdependence? An extension of media multiplexity theory
AM Ledbetter, JP Mazer
New media & society 16 (5), 806-822, 2014
812014
Revising general education: Assessing a critical thinking instructional model in the basic communication course
JP Mazer, SK Hunt, JH Kuznekoff
The Journal of General Education 56 (3-4), 173-199, 2008
782008
Enjoyment fosters media use frequency and determines its relational outcomes: Toward a synthesis of uses and gratifications theory and media multiplexity theory
AM Ledbetter, SH Taylor, JP Mazer
Computers in Human Behavior 54, 149-157, 2016
652016
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