Kenneth Lachlan
Kenneth Lachlan
Professor of Communication, University of Connecticut
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Video game uses and gratifications as predictors of use and game preference
JL Sherry, K Lucas, BS Greenberg, K Lachlan
Playing video games: Motives, responses, and consequences 24 (1), 213-224, 2006
10442006
Portrayals of overweight and obese individuals on commercial television
BS Greenberg, M Eastin, L Hofschire, K Lachlan, KD Brownell
American journal of public health 93 (8), 1342-1348, 2003
5312003
Orientations to video games among gender and age groups
BS Greenberg, J Sherry, K Lachlan, K Lucas, A Holmstrom
Simulation & Gaming 41 (2), 238-259, 2010
4942010
Popular video games: Quantifying the presentation of violence and its context
SL Smith, K Lachlan, R Tamborini
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 47 (1), 58-76, 2003
3752003
Crisis communication, race, and natural disasters
PR Spence, KA Lachlan, DR Griffin
Journal of Black Studies 37 (4), 539-554, 2007
2502007
Violent virtual video games and hostile thoughts
R Tamborini, MS Eastin, P Skalski, K Lachlan
J. Broad. & Elec. Media 48, 335, 2004
225*2004
Social media and crisis management: CERC, search strategies, and Twitter content
KA Lachlan, PR Spence, X Lin, K Najarian, M Del Greco
Computers in Human Behavior 54, 647-652, 2016
1772016
Variability in Twitter content across the stages of a natural disaster: Implications for crisis communication
PR Spence, KA Lachlan, X Lin, M del Greco
Communication Quarterly 63 (2), 171-186, 2015
1772015
Crisis communication, learning and responding: Best practices in social media
X Lin, PR Spence, TL Sellnow, KA Lachlan
Computers in human behavior 65, 601-605, 2016
1402016
Media use and information needs of the disabled during a natural disaster
PR Spence, K Lachlan, JM Burke, MW Seeger
Journal of health care for the poor and underserved 18 (2), 394-404, 2007
1162007
Screaming into the wind: Examining the volume and content of tweets associated with Hurricane Sandy
KA Lachlan, PR Spence, X Lin, M Del Greco
Communication Studies 65 (5), 500-518, 2014
1092014
Expressions of risk awareness and concern through Twitter: On the utility of using the medium as an indication of audience needs
KA Lachlan, PR Spence, X Lin
Computers in Human Behavior 35, 554-559, 2014
1052014
Social media and credibility indicators: The effect of influence cues
X Lin, PR Spence, KA Lachlan
Computers in human behavior 63, 264-271, 2016
972016
Comparing survey and diary measures of internet and traditional media use
BS Greenberg, MS Eastin, P Skalski, L Cooper, M Levy, K Lachlan
Communication Reports 18 (1-2), 1-8, 2005
902005
Adjusting to uncertainty: Coping strategies among the displaced after Hurricane Katrina
PR Spence, KA Lachlan, JM Burke
Sociological Spectrum 27 (6), 653-678, 2007
892007
Straight talk about communication research methods
CS Davis, KA Lachlan
Kendall Hunt Publishing Company, 2017
872017
The influence of morality subcultures on the acceptance and appeal of violence
R Tamborini, A Eden, ND Bowman, M Grizzard, KA Lachlan
Journal of Communication 62 (1), 136-157, 2012
872012
Diffusion, media use and interpersonal communication behaviors
BS Greenberg, L Hofschire, K Lachlan
Communication and terrorism: Public and media responses to 9 (11), 3-16, 2002
822002
The high cost of complexity in experimental design and data analysis: Type I and type II error rates in multiway ANOVA
RA Smith, TR Levine, KA Lachlan, TA Fediuk
Human Communication Research 28 (4), 515-530, 2002
812002
Social media and crisis research: Data collection and directions
PR Spence, KA Lachlan, AM Rainear
Computers in Human Behavior 54, 667-672, 2016
782016
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