Lorraine Kisselburgh
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Rapid visual feedback processing in single-aiming movements
HN Zelaznik, B Hawkins, L Kisselburgh
Journal of motor behavior 15 (3), 217-236, 1983
Cultural discourses and discursive resources for meaning/ful work: Constructing and disrupting identities in contemporary capitalism
T Kuhn, AG Golden, J Jorgenson, PM Buzzanell, BL Berkelaar, ...
Management Communication Quarterly 22 (1), 162-171, 2008
Collective action without organization: The material constitution of bike commuters as collective
E Wilhoit, LG Kisselburgh
Organization Studies 36, 573-592, 2015
Embracing spiritual followership
J Frye, LG Kisselburgh, D Butts
Communication Studies 58 (3), 243-260, 2007
From the mouths of babes: Exploring families' career socialization of young children in China, Lebanon, Belgium, and the United States
PM Buzzanell, BL Berkelaar, L Kisselburgh
Journal of Family Communication 11 (2), 148-164, 2011
Discourse, gender, and the meaning of work: Rearticulating science, technology, and engineering careers through communicative lenses
LG Kisselburgh, BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell
Annals of the International Communication Association 33 (1), 259-299, 2009
Enhancing visual thinking in a toy design course using freehand sketching
E Taborda, SK Chandrasegaran, L Kisselburgh, T Reid, K Ramani
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2012
skWiki: a multimedia sketching system for collaborative creativity
Z Zhao, SK Badam, S Chandrasegaran, DG Park, NLE Elmqvist, ...
Proceedings of CHI'14 conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1235 …, 2014
“First, it's dirty. Second, it's dangerous. Third, it's insulting”: Urban Chinese Children Talk about Dirty Work
BL Berkelaar, PM Buzzanell, LG Kisselburgh, W Tan, Y Shen
Communication Monographs 79 (1), 93-114, 2012
The relational ontology of resistance: Hybridity, ventriloquism, and materiality in the production of bike commuting as resistance
ED Wilhoit, LG Kisselburgh
Organization, 1-20, 2017
Reconciling privacy with social media
HR Lipford, PJ Wisniewski, C Lampe, L Kisselburgh, K Caine
Proceedings of the ACM 2012 Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2012
Evaluating wikis as a communicative medium for collaboration within colocated and distributed engineering design teams
CJ Walthall, S Devanathan, LG Kisselburgh, K Ramani, D Hirleman, ...
Journal of Mechanical Design 133 (7), 2011
Integrating visual analytics support for grounded theory practice in qualitative text analysis
S Chandrasegaran, SK Badam, LG Kisselburgh, K Ramani, N & Elmqvist
Computer Graphics Forum 36 (3), 2017
Through the eyes of the participant: Making connections between researcher and subject with participant viewpoint ethnography
E Wilhoit, LG Kisselburgh
Field Methods 28, 208-226, 2016
Audience visualization influences disclosures in online social networks
K Caine, LG Kisselburgh, L Lareau
CHI'11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1663-1668, 2011
Enhancing engineering students' ethical reasoning: Situating reflexive principlism within the SIRA framework
JL Hess, J Beever, CB Zoltowski, L Kisselburgh, AO Brightman
Journal of Engineering Education 108 (1), 82-102, 2019
“We tell people. It’s up to them to be prepared”: Public relations practices of local emergency managers.
R Littlefield, KE Rowan, SR Veil, LG Kisselburgh, K Beauchamp, ...
The handbook of crisis communication, 245-260, 2010
Understanding innovation in student design projects
LA Elizondo, LG Kisselburgh, ED Hirleman, RJ Cipra, K Ramani, M Yang, ...
International Design Engineering Technical Conferences and Computers and …, 2010
The effects of movement distance and movement time on visual feedback processing in aimed hand movements
HN Zelaznik, B Hawkins, L Kisselburgh
Acta psychologica 65 (2), 181-191, 1987
VizScribe: A visual analytics approach to understand designer behavior
S Chandrasegaran, SK Badam, L Kisselburgh, K Peppler, N Elmqvist, ...
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 100, 66-80, 2017
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