Stephen A. Rains
Stephen A. Rains
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Online and uncivil? Patterns and determinants of incivility in newspaper website comments
K Coe, K Kenski, SA Rains
Journal of Communication 64 (4), 658-679, 2014
4112014
Psychological reactance and persuasive health communication: A test and extension of the intertwined model
SA Rains, MM Turner
Human Communication Research 33 (2), 241-269, 2007
2722007
Perceptions of traditional information sources and use of the world wide web to seek health information: findings from the health information national trends survey
SA Rains
Journal of health communication 12 (7), 667-680, 2007
2252007
The nature of psychological reactance revisited: A meta-analytic review
SA Rains
Human Communication Research 39 (1), 47-73, 2013
2242013
A meta-analysis of research on formal computer-mediated support groups: Examining group characteristics and health outcomes
SA Rains, V Young
Human communication research 35 (3), 309-336, 2009
2162009
A meta-analysis of research on inoculation theory
JA Banas, SA Rains
Communication Monographs 77 (3), 281-311, 2010
1902010
Health information-seeking and perceptions of website credibility: Examining Web-use orientation, message characteristics, and structural features of websites
SA Rains, CD Karmikel
Computers in Human Behavior 25 (2), 544-553, 2009
1892009
The impact of anonymity on perceptions of source credibility and influence in computer-mediated group communication: A test of two competing hypotheses
SA Rains
Communication research 34 (1), 100-125, 2007
1662007
The social dimension of blogging about health: Health blogging, social support, and well-being
SA Rains, DM Keating
Communication Monographs 78 (4), 511-534, 2011
1512011
An evaluation of two characterizations of the relationships between problematic Internet use, time spent using the Internet, and psychosocial problems
RS Tokunaga, SA Rains
Human Communication Research 36 (4), 512-545, 2010
1432010
Weak-tie support network preference and perceived life stress among participants in health-related, computer-mediated support groups
KB Wright, S Rains, J Banas
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 15 (4), 606-624, 2010
1262010
Seeking health information in the information age: The role of Internet self-efficacy
SA Rains
Western Journal of Communication 72 (1), 1-18, 2008
1192008
Examining the scope of channel expansion: A test of channel expansion theory with new and traditional communication media
SC D'Urso, SA Rains
Management Communication Quarterly 21 (4), 486-507, 2008
1142008
Communicating social support in computer-mediated contexts: A meta-analytic review of content analyses examining support messages shared online among individuals coping with …
SA Rains, EB Peterson, KB Wright
Communication Monographs 82 (4), 403-430, 2015
992015
What can we learn about social network sites by studying Facebook? A call and recommendations for research on social network sites
SA Rains, SR Brunner
New media & society 17 (1), 114-131, 2015
952015
To identify or not to identify: A theoretical model of receiver responses to anonymous communication
SA Rains, CR Scott
Communication Theory 17 (1), 61-91, 2007
902007
Leveling the organizational playing field—virtually: A meta-analysis of experimental research assessing the impact of group support system use on member influence behaviors
SA Rains
Communication Research 32 (2), 193-234, 2005
902005
Health at high speed: Broadband Internet access, health communication, and the digital divide
SA Rains
Communication Research 35 (3), 283-297, 2008
852008
The implications of stigma and anonymity for self-disclosure in health blogs
SA Rains
Health communication 29 (1), 23-31, 2014
812014
Weak-tie support network preference, health-related stigma, and health outcomes in computer-mediated support groups
KB Wright, SA Rains
Journal of Applied Communication Research 41 (3), 309-324, 2013
602013
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