Catalina L. Toma
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Separating fact from fiction: An examination of deceptive self-presentation in online dating profiles
CL Toma, JT Hancock, NB Ellison
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 34 (8), 1023-1036, 2008
7222008
Self-affirmation underlies Facebook use
CL Toma, JT Hancock
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 39 (3), 321-331, 2013
3792013
Putting your best face forward: The accuracy of online dating photographs
JT Hancock, CL Toma
Journal of Communication 59 (2), 367-386, 2009
3732009
Profile as promise: A framework for conceptualizing veracity in online dating self-presentations
NB Ellison, JT Hancock, CL Toma
new media & society 14 (1), 45-62, 2012
3392012
The truth about lying in online dating profiles
JT Hancock, C Toma, N Ellison
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems …, 2007
3352007
Looks and lies: The role of physical attractiveness in online dating self-presentation and deception
CL Toma, JT Hancock
Communication Research 37 (3), 335-351, 2010
3052010
What lies beneath: The linguistic traces of deception in online dating profiles
CL Toma, JT Hancock
Journal of Communication 62 (1), 78-97, 2012
2622012
Social sharing through interpersonal media: Patterns and effects on emotional well-being
M Choi, CL Toma
Computers in Human Behavior 36, 530-541, 2014
1552014
Feeling better but doing worse: Effects of Facebook self-presentation on implicit self-esteem and cognitive task performance
CL Toma
Media Psychology 16 (2), 199-220, 2013
1182013
Reading between the lines: linguistic cues to deception in online dating profiles
CL Toma, JT Hancock
Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2010
812010
Affirming the self through online profiles: Beneficial effects of social networking sites
CL Toma
Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on human factors in computing systems …, 2010
732010
Perceptions of trustworthiness online: the role of visual and textual information
CL Toma
Proceedings of the 2010 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2010
652010
Tell-tale words: Linguistic cues used to infer the expertise of online medical advice
CL Toma, JD D’Angelo
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 34 (1), 25-45, 2015
622015
The couple who Facebooks together, stays together: Facebook self-presentation and relationship longevity among college-aged dating couples
CL Toma, M Choi
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (7), 367-372, 2015
612015
There are plenty of fish in the sea: The effects of choice overload and reversibility on online daters’ satisfaction with selected partners
JD D’Angelo, CL Toma
Media Psychology 20 (1), 1-27, 2017
602017
When social media isn’t social: Friends’ responsiveness to narcissists on Facebook
M Choi, ET Panek, Y Nardis, CL Toma
Personality and Individual Differences 77, 209-214, 2015
562015
How do Facebook users believe they come across in their profiles?: A meta-perception approach to investigating Facebook self-presentation
CL Toma, CL Carlson
Communication Research Reports 32 (1), 93-101, 2015
402015
I know something you don't: the use of asymmetric personal information for interpersonal advantage
JT Hancock, CL Toma, K Fenner
Proceedings of the 2008 ACM conference on Computer supported cooperative …, 2008
392008
Mobile media matters: Media use and relationship satisfaction among geographically close dating couples
CL Toma, M Choi
Proceedings of the 19th ACM conference on computer-supported cooperative …, 2016
312016
Online dating
CL Toma
The international encyclopedia of interpersonal communication, 1-5, 2015
312015
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