Her primary areas of investigation include Social psychology, Interpersonal communication, Television viewing, Audience analysis and Mass media. In the subject of general Social psychology, her work in Parasocial interaction and Social relation is often linked to Pleasure, thereby combining diverse domains of study. She has included themes like Scale, Communication apprehension, Relaxation, Developmental psychology and Interpersonal relationship in her Interpersonal communication study.
Her work deals with themes such as Sample and World Wide Web, which intersect with Television viewing. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social influence, Media content and Media relations, Public relations. Her Multilevel model research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Loneliness, News media and Personality.
Elizabeth M. Perse mainly investigates Social psychology, Interpersonal communication, Television viewing, Developmental psychology and Scale. Her Social psychology research includes themes of Higher education, Multilevel model and Mass media. She has researched Interpersonal communication in several fields, including Style, Interpersonal relationship and Loneliness.
Her Television viewing study deals with the bigger picture of Advertising. Her studies deal with areas such as SOAP, Entertainment and Perspective as well as Advertising. Scale and Construct validity is closely connected to Affection in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Developmental psychology.
Her main research concerns Scale, Social psychology, Applied psychology, Measure and Data science. Her Scale research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Cognitive psychology, Environmental science, Geology, Orientation and Geometry. Her Social psychology research incorporates themes from Collectivism, Individualism and Romance.
Elizabeth M. Perse interconnects Competence, Family communication, Interpersonal communication and Self-assessment in the investigation of issues within Applied psychology. Many of her Measure research pursuits overlap with Data mining, Maintenance strategy, Risk analysis and Attachment theory. Elizabeth M. Perse conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Data science and Addiction through her research.
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LONELINESS, PARASOCIAL INTERACTION, AND LOCAL TELEVISION NEWS VIEWING
Alan M. Rubin;Elizabeth M. Perse;Robert A. Powell.
Human Communication Research (1985)
Audience Activity and Soap Opera Involvement: A Uses and Effects Investigation.
Alan M. Rubin;Elizabeth M. Perse.
Human Communication Research (1987)
The World Wide Web as a Functional Alternative to Television
Douglas A. Ferguson;Elizabeth M. Perse.
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (2000)
Media effects and society
Elizabeth M. Perse.
Attribution in Social and Parasocial Relationships
Elizabeth M. Perse;Rebecca B. Rubin.
Communication Research (1989)
Audience Activity and Television News Gratifications
Alan M. Rubin;Elizabeth M. Perse.
Communication Research (1987)
Conceptualization and Measurement of Interpersonal Communication Motives
Rebecca B. Rubin;Elizabeth M. Perse;Carole A. Barbato.
Human Communication Research (1988)
The utility of home computers and media use: Implications of multimedia and connectivity
Elizabeth M. Perse;Debra Greenberg Dunn.
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (1998)
Normative Images of Communication Media Mass and Interpersonal Channels in the New Media Environment
Elizabeth M. Perse;John A. Courtright.
Human Communication Research (1993)
A Methodological Examination of Cultivation
Alan M. Rubin;Elizabeth M. Perse;Donald S. Taylor.
Communication Research (1988)
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