Kikuko Omori
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Does Facebook make you lonely?: A meta analysis
H Song, A Zmyslinski-Seelig, J Kim, A Drent, A Victor, K Omori, M Allen
Computers in Human Behavior 36, 446-452, 2014
Trusting social media as a source of health information: online surveys comparing the United States, Korea, and Hong Kong
H Song, K Omori, J Kim, KE Tenzek, JM Hawkins, WY Lin, YC Kim, ...
Journal of medical Internet research 18 (3), e25, 2016
Health information seeking in the Web 2.0 age: Trust in social media, uncertainty reduction, and self-disclosure
WY Lin, X Zhang, H Song, K Omori
Computers in Human Behavior 56, 289-294, 2016
Satisfaction with distance education
M Allen, K Omori, N Burrell, E Mabry
Handbook of distance education, 161-172, 2013
Japanese college students’ media exposure to sexually explicit materials, perceptions of women, and sexually permissive attitudes
K Omori, YB Zhang, M Allen, H Ota, M Imamura
Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 40 (2), 93-110, 2011
Testing an additive model for the effectiveness of evidence on the persuasiveness of a message
SY Kim, M Allen, A Gattoni, D Grimes, AM Herrman, H Huang, J Kim, S Lu, ...
Social Influence 7 (2), 65-77, 2012
Cultural differences between american and japanese self-presentation on SNSs
K Omori, M Allen
International Journal of Interactive Communication Systems and Technologies …, 2014
Evidence of analytic versus holistic thinking in viewing magazine images: Preliminary findings
AR Herrman, K Omori, J McNallie, M Allen
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 14 (1), 53-61, 2013
The impact of language brokering on Hmong college students' parent-child relationship and academic persistence.
K Omori, K Kishimoto
Hmong Studies Journal 20, 2019
Distance learning and student satisfaction
M Allen, K Omori, AW Cole, N Burrell
Handbook of distance education, 122-132, 2018
A Cross-Cultural Approach to Environmental and Peace Work: Wangari Maathai’s Use of Mottainai in Kenya
E Mutua, K Omori
The Journal of Social Encounters 2 (1), 22-36, 2018
Test of a Causal Model for Sexual Harassment Using Data From a Meta-Analysis
M Allen, K Dilbeck, N England, AR Herrman, FF Kartch, J Kim, KL Kulovitz, ...
Managing Interpersonal Conflict, 112-123, 2014
Cultural differences in self-presentation on social networking sites: A cross-cultural comparison between American and Japanese college students
K Omori
Health information seeking in the Web 2.0 age: Trust in social media, uncertainty reduction, and self-disclosure (vol 56, pg 289, 2016)
WY Lin, X Zhang, H Song, K Omori
Intergenerational communication satisfaction among Japanese Americans through communication accommodation
K Omori, H Ota, RK Stark
Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 1-14, 2021
Narcissism as a predictor of number of selfies: a cross-cultural examination of Japanese and American postings
K Omori, MR Allen
Communication Research Reports, 1-9, 2021
Website Users’ Perceptions of Source Credibility Through Online Doctor Profiles: Cultural Differences Based on Doctors’ Approach to Medicine
K Omori, C Stitt
Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 23 (4), 343-365, 2019
Book Review: AL Vangelisti (Ed.) Feeling Hurt in Close Relationships Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 527 pp. ISBN 978-0-521-86690-3
M Allen, K Omori
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 30 (2), 237-240, 2011
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