Jeeyun Oh
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How does interactivity persuade? An experimental test of interactivity on cognitive absorption, elaboration, and attitudes
J Oh, SS Sundar
Journal of Communication 65 (2), 213-236, 2015
Theoretical importance of contingency in human-computer interaction: Effects of message interactivity on user engagement
SS Sundar, S Bellur, J Oh, H Jia, HS Kim
Communication Research 43 (5), 595-625, 2016
User experience of on-screen interaction techniques: An experimental investigation of clicking, sliding, zooming, hovering, dragging, and flipping
SS Sundar, S Bellur, J Oh, Q Xu, H Jia
Human–Computer Interaction 29 (2), 109-152, 2014
Clicking, assessing, immersing, and sharing: An empirical model of user engagement with interactive media
J Oh, S Bellur, SS Sundar
Communication Research 45 (5), 737-763, 2018
Interactivity as self-expression: A field experiment with customization and blogging
SS Sundar, J Oh, S Bellur, H Jia, HS Kim
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2012
How does technology persuade? Theoretical mechanisms for persuasive technologies.
SS Sundar, J Oh, H Kang, A Sreenivasan
Sage Publications, Inc, 2013
Beyond pointing and clicking: how do newer interaction modalities affect user engagement?
SS Sundar, Q Xu, S Bellur, J Oh, H Jia
CHI'11 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 1477-1482, 2011
A conceptual model of user engagement with media
J Oh, S Bellur, SS Sundar
mass communication division at the 60th annual conference of the …, 2010
User engagement with interactive media: A communication perspective
J Oh, SS Sundar
Why engagement matters, 177-198, 2016
Page flipping vs. clicking: The impact of naturally mapped interaction technique on user learning and attitudes
J Oh, HR Robinson, JY Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 29 (4), 1334-1341, 2013
Modality is the message: Interactivity effects on perception and engagement
SS Sundar, Q Xu, S Bellur, J Oh, H Jia
CHI'10 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 4105-4110, 2010
Click, drag, flip, and mouse-over: Effects of modality interactivity on user engagement with web content
SS Sundar, Q Xu, S Bellur, H Jia, J Oh, GS Khoo
60th annual conference of the International Communication Association, Singapore, 2010
The More Control, the Better?
J Oh, MY Chung, S Han
Journal of media psychology, 2014
Interactive music for multisensory e‐commerce: The moderating role of online consumer involvement in experiential value, cognitive value, and purchase intention
AHC Hwang, J Oh, AC Scheinbaum
Psychology & Marketing 37 (8), 1031-1056, 2020
Calls for interaction: The more the better? User experience of 3D carousel and additional interaction techniques
SS Sundar, S Bellur, J Oh, H Jia
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 487-490, 2011
Predictors of playing augmented reality mobile games while walking based on the theory of planned behavior: web-based survey
HE Koh, J Oh, M Mackert
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 5 (12), e191, 2017
Interactivity as a double-edged sword: Parsing out the effects of modality interactivity on anti-smoking message processing and persuasion
J Oh, J Ahn, HS Lim
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (4), 1099-1119, 2019
The effect of interactivity on smokers' intention to quit: A linear or curvilinear relationship?
J Oh
Computers in Human Behavior 75, 845-854, 2017
The importance of message contingency: An experimental investigation of interactivity in an online search site
SS Sundar, S Bellur, J Oh, H Jia, HS Kim
62nd annual conference of the International Communication Association …, 2012
What happens when you click and drag: Unpacking the relationship between on-screen interaction and user engagement with an anti-smoking website
J Oh, SS Sundar
Health communication, 2019
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