Theo Araujo
Theo Araujo
Associate Professor, Amsterdam School of Communication Research (ASCoR), University of Amsterdam
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Living up to the chatbot hype: The influence of anthropomorphic design cues and communicative agency framing on conversational agent and company perceptions
T Araujo
Computers in Human Behavior 85, 183-189, 2018
Getting the word out on Twitter: the role of influentials, information brokers and strong ties in building word-of-mouth for brands
T Araujo, P Neijens, R Vliegenthart
International Journal of Advertising 36 (3), 496-513, 2017
What Motivates Consumers To Re-Tweet Brand Content? The Impact of Information, Emotion, And Traceability on Pass-Along Behavior
T Araujo, P Neijens, R Vliegenthart
Journal of Advertising Research 55 (3), 284-295, 2015
Friend me: Which factors influence top global brands participation in social network sites
T Araujo, P Neijens
Internet Research 22 (5), 6-6, 2012
How much time do you spend online? Understanding and improving the accuracy of self-reported measures of internet use
T Araujo, A Wonneberger, P Neijens, C de Vreese
Communication Methods and Measures 11 (3), 173-190, 2017
Boundaries to the articulation of possible selves through social networking sites: The case of Facebook profilers' social connectedness
S Zwier, T Araujo, M Boukes, L Willemsen
CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 14 (10), 571-576, 2011
Communicating effectively about CSR on Twitter: The power of engaging strategies and storytelling elements
T Araujo, J Kollat
Internet Research 28 (2), 419-431, 2018
Seeing the wood for the trees: How machine learning can help firms in identifying relevant electronic word-of-mouth in social media
SAM Vermeer, T Araujo, SF Bernritter, G van Noort
International Journal of Research in Marketing 36 (3), 492-508, 2019
How advertising in offline media drives reach of and engagement with brands on Facebook
HAM Voorveld, T Araujo, SF Bernritter, E Rietberg, R Vliegenthart
International Journal of Advertising 37 (5), 785-805, 2018
In AI we trust? Perceptions about automated decision-making by artificial intelligence
T Araujo, N Helberger, S Kruikemeier, CH de Vreese
AI & SOCIETY, 1-13, 2020
Challenging traditional culture? How personal and national collectivism-individualism moderates the effects of content characteristics and social relationships on consumer …
GP Kitirattarkarn, T Araujo, P Neijens
Journal of Advertising 48 (2), 197-214, 2019
INCA: Infrastructure for Content Analysis
D Trilling, B Van De Velde, AC Kroon, F Löcherbach, T Araujo, J Strycharz, ...
2018 IEEE 14th International Conference on e-Science (e-Science), 329-330, 2018
What’s the Tone? Easy Doesn’t Do It: Analyzing Performance and Agreement Between Off-the-Shelf Sentiment Analysis Tools
M Boukes, B van de Velde, T Araujo, R Vliegenthart
Communication Methods and Measures 14 (2), 83-104, 2020
Privacy Concerns in Chatbot Interactions
C Ischen, T Araujo, H Voorveld, G van Noort, E Smit
International Workshop on Chatbot Research and Design, 34-48, 2019
Cultural differences in motivation for consumers’ online brand-related activities on Facebook
GP Kitirattarkarn, T Araujo, P Neijens
Communications 45 (1), 53-73, 2020
Conversational Agent Research Toolkit: An alternative for creating and managing chatbots for experimental research
T Araujo
Computational Communication Research 2 (1), 35-51, 2020
From Purchasing Exposure to Fostering Engagement: Brand–Consumer Experiences in the Emerging Computational Advertising Landscape
T Araujo, JR Copulsky, JL Hayes, SJ Kim, J Srivastava
Journal of Advertising, 1-18, 2020
Different platforms for different patients’ needs: Automatic content analysis of different online health information platforms
R Sanders, AJ Linn, TB Araujo, R Vliegenthart, MC van Eenbergen, ...
International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 137, 102386, 2020
Keep the Ball Rolling: Information Diffusion within Large Sports-Related Networks through Social Mediators
SAM Vermeer, TB Araujo
Communication & Sport, 2167479519841868, 2019
Visualizing the triple bottom line: A large‐scale automated visual content analysis of European corporations' website and social media images
I Lock, T Araujo
Corporate Social Responsibility and Environmental Management, 2020
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