Robert LaRose focuses on The Internet, Social psychology, Social cognitive theory, Social support and Advertising. The The Internet study combines topics in areas such as Habit strength and Newspaper. His Social psychology study incorporates themes from Social media and Educational technology.
Robert LaRose interconnects Self-efficacy and Digital divide in the investigation of issues within Social cognitive theory. His Social support research includes elements of Life satisfaction, Sense of community and Affect. His studies in Advertising integrate themes in fields like Computer security and Human factors and ergonomics.
His main research concerns Social psychology, The Internet, Social cognitive theory, Advertising and Self-efficacy. As part of one scientific family, he deals mainly with the area of Social psychology, narrowing it down to issues related to the Social media, and often Public relations, Online participation and Mass media. His The Internet study which covers Marketing that intersects with Digital divide.
His Social cognitive theory research integrates issues from Cognitive psychology and Applied psychology. His work in the fields of Consumer behaviour overlaps with other areas such as Consumption. Robert LaRose combines subjects such as Coping, Clinical psychology and Protection motivation theory with his study of Self-efficacy.
Social psychology, Coping, The Internet, Social cognitive theory and Mental image are his primary areas of study. The various areas that he examines in his Social psychology study include Service and Internet privacy. His Internet privacy research incorporates themes from Social support and Publicity.
He has included themes like Self-efficacy and Protection motivation theory in his Coping study. Robert LaRose has researched The Internet in several fields, including Habit, Information and Communications Technology and Cognitive psychology. His Social cognitive theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Knowledge level and Behavior change.
Social cognitive theory, Social psychology, Political efficacy, Social media and Applied psychology are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Knowledge level and Behavior change. His study in the field of Collective efficacy also crosses realms of Agency.
His Public relations research extends to the thematically linked field of Social media. His studies deal with areas such as Coping, Protection motivation theory and Safety behaviors as well as Applied psychology. His Safety behaviors research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Computer security, Internet users, Online security and Habit strength.
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Internet Self-Efficacy and the Psychology of the Digital Divide
Matthew S. Eastin;Robert LaRose.
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication (2006)
A Social Cognitive Theory of Internet Uses and Gratifications: Toward a New Model of Media Attendance
Robert LaRose;Matthew S. Eastin.
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (2004)
Unregulated Internet Usage: Addiction, Habit, or Deficient Self-Regulation?
Robert LaRose;Carolyn A. Lin;Matthew S. Eastin.
Media Psychology (2003)
Understanding Internet usage: a social-cognitive approach to uses and gratifications
Robert LaRose;Dana Mastro;Matthew S. Eastin.
Social Science Computer Review (2001)
Loneliness as the cause and the effect of problematic Internet use: the relationship between Internet use and psychological well-being.
Junghyun Kim;Robert LaRose;Wei Peng.
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (2009)
Internet Gratifications and Internet Addiction: On the Uses and Abuses of New Media
Indeok Song;Robert Larose;Matthew S. Eastin;Carolyn A. Lin.
Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking (2004)
Getting Hooked on News: Uses and Gratifications and the Formation of News Habits Among College Students in an Internet Environment.
Arvind Diddi;Robert LaRose.
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media (2006)
Serious social media: On the use of social media for improving students' adjustment to college
David C. DeAndrea;Nicole B. Ellison;Robert LaRose;Charles Steinfield.
Internet and Higher Education (2012)
How does online social networking enhance life satisfaction? The relationships among online supportive interaction, affect, perceived social support, sense of community, and life satisfaction
Hyun Jung Oh;Elif Ozkaya;Robert Larose.
Computers in Human Behavior (2014)
Media Now: Understanding Media, Culture, and Technology
Joseph Straubhaar;Robert LaRose;Lucinda Davenport.
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