Research related to Social Influences

Chung, M., Jang, Y., Lapinski, M. K., Kerr, J. M., Zhao, J., Shupp, R. S., & Peng, T. Q. (2022). I do, therefore I think it is normal: The causal effects of behavior on descriptive norm formation and evolution. Social Influence, 17(1), 17-35.

Smith, S. W., De Jong, W., Turner, M. M., Park, S., Jang, Y., Poole, A., Martell, D., & Salerno, J. (2021). Determining whether public communications campaigns based on the social norms approach are a viable covid-19 prevention strategy for college campuses. Journal of Health Communication. Published online.

Kim, Y., & Jang, Y. (2018). “Chemyon,” the Korean face: Finalizing the scale and validity check with self-construal. Korean Journal, 58(3), 102-127.

Kim, Y., & Jang, Y. (2015). Developing a scale for the ‘Boiling Pot Syndrome’. Korean Journal of Communication Studies, 11(4), 164-198. (Published in Korean)

Kim, Y., Sung, HJ, & Jang, Y. (2014). Crisis communications and the influence of “Chemyon” among Koreans. Journal of Public Relations, 18(3), 155-184. (Published in Korean)