Erin Ruppel
Erin Ruppel
Associate Professor of Communication, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Relational sacrifices in romantic relationships: Satisfaction and the moderating role of attachment
EK Ruppel, MA Curran
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 29 (4), 508-529, 2012
752012
Information sources and the health information-seeking process: An application and extension of channel complementarity theory
EK Ruppel, SA Rains
Communication Monographs 79 (3), 385-405, 2012
602012
Exploring how perceived threat and self-efficacy contribute to college students’ use and perceptions of online mental health resources
CJ McKinley, EK Ruppel
Computers in Human Behavior 34, 101-109, 2014
352014
Complementary channel use and the role of social competence
EK Ruppel, TJ Burke
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 20 (1), 37-51, 2015
342015
“Same stuff different day:” A mixed-method study of support seeking on Facebook
MG Blight, K Jagiello, EK Ruppel
Computers in Human Behavior 53, 366-373, 2015
302015
Reliability estimates for multilevel designs in group research
JA Bonito, EK Ruppel, J Keyton
Small Group Research 43 (4), 443-467, 2012
292012
Scanning health information sources: applying and extending the comprehensive model of information seeking
EK Ruppel
Journal of health communication 21 (2), 208-216, 2016
282016
Sense of community on Twitter and Instagram: Exploring the roles of motives and parasocial relationships
MG Blight, EK Ruppel, KV Schoenbauer
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 20 (5), 314-319, 2017
262017
Reflecting on connecting: Meta-analysis of differences between computer-mediated and face-to-face self-disclosure
EK Ruppel, C Gross, A Stoll, BS Peck, M Allen, SY Kim
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 22 (1), 18-34, 2017
252017
Use of communication technologies in romantic relationships: Self-disclosure and the role of relationship development
EK Ruppel
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 32 (5), 667-686, 2015
252015
Channel complementarity theory and the health information-seeking process: Further investigating the implications of source characteristic complementarity
SA Rains, EK Ruppel
Communication Research 43 (2), 232-252, 2016
232016
The process of information sharing in small groups: Application of a local model
JA Bonito, MH Decamp, EK Ruppel
Communication Monographs 75 (2), 136-157, 2008
192008
Moving away and reaching out: Young adults’ relational maintenance and psychosocial well-being during the transition to college
TJ Burke, EK Ruppel, DR Dinsmore
Journal of Family Communication 16 (2), 180-187, 2016
172016
Facebook self-presentational motives: Daily effects on social anxiety and interaction success
TJ Burke, EK Ruppel
Communication Studies 66 (2), 204-217, 2015
172015
Mapping tobacco quitlines in North America: signaling pathways to improve treatment
SJ Leischow, K Provan, J Beagles, J Bonito, E Ruppel, G Moor, J Saul
American journal of public health 102 (11), 2123-2128, 2012
142012
Implementation of tobacco cessation quitline practices in the United States and Canada
JE Saul, JA Bonito, K Provan, E Ruppel, SJ Leischow
American journal of public health 104 (10), e98-e105, 2014
122014
Social support and social anxiety in use and perceptions of online mental health resources: Exploring social compensation and enhancement
EK Ruppel, CJ McKinley
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 18 (8), 462-467, 2015
112015
Channel complementarity and multiplexity in long-distance friends’ patterns of communication technology use
EK Ruppel, TJ Burke, MR Cherney
new media & society 20 (4), 1564-1579, 2018
92018
An application of the socioegocentric model to information-sharing discussions: In search of group-level communication influences
JA Bonito, EK Ruppel
Communication Research 38 (3), 356-375, 2011
82011
The affordance utilization model: Communication technology use as relationships develop
EK Ruppel
Marriage & Family Review 51 (8), 669-686, 2015
72015
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