2019 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For leadership, technical innovation, and identification of social trends with the adoption of computers and robots in work and society.
2018 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2010 - ACM Fellow For contributions to Human Computer Interaction.
1979 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Sara Kiesler mostly deals with Social psychology, Public relations, The Internet, Interpersonal communication and Electronic mail. Her research in Social psychology intersects with topics in Social competence and Social perception. Her Public relations research incorporates themes from Working group, Information sharing, Communication studies and Knowledge management.
Her research integrates issues of Interpersonal ties, Telecommunications, Social support and Social engagement in her study of The Internet. Her Interpersonal communication study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Social psychology, Social design, Empirical research and Online participation. Her Computer-mediated communication research focuses on Negotiation and how it relates to Human–computer interaction.
Sara Kiesler focuses on Social psychology, The Internet, Human–computer interaction, Knowledge management and Public relations. Her research related to Social relation, Feeling, Group decision-making and Identity might be considered part of Social psychology. Her work deals with themes such as Social support, Advertising and Internet privacy, which intersect with The Internet.
In her study, she carries out multidisciplinary Internet privacy and Electronic mail research. Her Human–computer interaction study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Perception, Task and Human–robot interaction. The concepts of her Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Interpersonal communication and Working group.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Knowledge management, The Internet, Social psychology, Human–computer interaction and Human–robot interaction. The study incorporates disciplines such as Transparency, Internet privacy and Set in addition to The Internet. Her Information privacy study in the realm of Internet privacy interacts with subjects such as Earnings.
Many of her studies on Social psychology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Calmness. Her Human–computer interaction research includes elements of Multimedia, Perception, Fluency and Action. As part of one scientific family, Sara Kiesler deals mainly with the area of Human–robot interaction, narrowing it down to issues related to the Social robot, and often Personal robot, Service design and Service.
Sara Kiesler mainly investigates The Internet, Human–robot interaction, Robot, Applied psychology and Human–computer interaction. Her studies deal with areas such as Key, Public relations, Internet privacy and Set as well as The Internet. Sara Kiesler studied Set and Visual analytics that intersect with Knowledge management.
She has included themes like Motion planning, Point, Computer vision and Social robot in her Human–robot interaction study. Sara Kiesler works mostly in the field of Applied psychology, limiting it down to topics relating to Field and, in certain cases, Wearable computer, Autism, Simulation and Social engagement, as a part of the same area of interest. Sara Kiesler works mostly in the field of Human–computer interaction, limiting it down to topics relating to Artificial intelligence and, in certain cases, Fluency, Object and Action.
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Internet paradox: A social technology that reduces social involvement and psychological well-being?
Robert Kraut;Michael Patterson;Vicki Lundmark;Sara Kiesler.
American Psychologist (1998)
Social psychological aspects of computer-mediated communication.
Sara Kiesler;Jane Siegel;Timothy W. McGuire.
American Psychologist (1984)
Reducing social context cues: electronic mail in organizational communication
Lee Sproull;Sara Kiesler.
Management Science (1986)
Connections: New Ways of Working in the Networked Organization
Lee S. Sproull;Sara Kiesler.
Internet Paradox Revisited
Robert Kraut;Sara Kiesler;Bonka Boneva;Jonathon N. Cummings.
Journal of Social Issues (2002)
The kindness of strangers: The usefulness of electronic weak ties for technical advice.
David Constant;Lee Sproull;Sara Kiesler.
Organization Science (1996)
Group processes in computer-mediated communication☆
Jane Siegel;Vitaly Dubrovsky;Sara Kiesler;Timothy W McGuire.
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes (1986)
Managerial Response to Changing Environments: Perspectives on Problem Sensing from Social Cognition.
Sara Kiesler;Lee Sproull.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1982)
What's Mine Is Ours, or Is It? A Study of Attitudes about Information Sharing
David Constant;Sara Kiesler;Lee Sproull.
Information Systems Research (1994)
The equalization phenomenon: status effects in computer-mediated and face-to-face decision-making groups
Vitaly J. Dubrovsky;Sara Kiesler;Beheruz N. Sethna.
Human-Computer Interaction (1991)
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