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Nancy Cheever, Ph.D

Title: Associate Professor of Communications

Department: Communications

Office: SAC 1156
Phone Extension: x3817
Email Username: ncheever

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Selected Presentations

  • “Television’s contribution to single women’s social identity salience,” paper presented at the 2010 Western Psychological Association Conference, April 23, 2010, Cancun, Mexico.  
  • “Electronic media exposure to violence and aggression: Association with short- and long-term behaviors,” paper presented as part of the symposium, “Immersive Technologies, Virtual Presence and Behavior,” at the 2010 Western Psychological Association Conference, April 24, 2010, Cancun, Mexico (presenter and second author)  
  • “Combat sports and men: The uses and gratifications of viewing mixed martial arts,” published research presented at an invited panel at the 2010 Broadcast Education Association Conference, April 17, 2010, Las Vegas, NV
  • “Internet literacy among young people in the 21st Century,” paper presented as part of a symposium at the 2009 Western Psychological Association Conference, April 24, 2009, Portland, OR.  
  • “Assessing the credibility of Wikipedia and bloggers: Trust and use of unedited online material,” paper presented at the 2008 Western Psychological Association Conference, April 12, 2008, Irvine, CA.  
  • “Relational communication preferences across three generations,” paper presented as part of a symposium at the 2008 Western Psychological Association Conference, April 11, 2008, Irvine, CA.
  • “Fan Profile: Does viewing MMA contribute to hypermasculinity, aggression, and antisocial behavior?” Presented at the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, November 3, 2007, Pittsburgh, PA
  • “Sexual Harassment on MySpace: Are predators lurking around every (virtual) corner?” presented at California State University, Dominguez Hills’ Faculty Forum, September 13, 2007.
  • “Boys’ night out: The uses and gratifications of viewing mixed martial arts,” presented at the 2007 Western Psychological Association Conference, May 6, 2007, Vancouver, Canada.
  • “Sexual Harassment on MySpace: Are predators lurking around every (virtual) corner?” presented at a symposium at the 2007 Western Psychological Association Conference, May 3, 2007, Vancouver, Canada
  • “Single women’s use of online dating services,” delivered at the 2006 conference of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs
  • “Parenting children in a virtual world: How parental attachment influences teen online behavior,” presented at a symposium at the 2007 Western Psychological Association Conference, May 3, 2007, Vancouver (second author).
  • “MySpace or Yours? Teen MySpace behavior and parental (mis)perceptions of those behaviors,” presented at a symposium at the 2007 Western Psychological Association Conference, May 3, 2007, Vancouver (third author).
  • “Parental limit setting: Monitoring what your children are doing in cyberspace,” presented at a symposium at the 2007 Western Psychological Association Conference, May 3, 2007, Vancouver (third author).
  • “The psychological impact of living life in a virtual world,” presented at a symposium at the 2007 Western Psychological Association Conference, May 3, 2007, Vancouver (third author).
  • “Group Leaning at CSUDH: Tips from the Trenches,” California State University, Dominguez Hills, Nov. 17, 2005 Presented an interactive learning plan to peers on using quotes and attribution in feature stories
  • “Are Young People Reading the Newspaper? A 25-Year Cohort Analysis,” presented at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications, August 1999

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