Recent Winners

Annie Lang Dissertation Award

2020: Jeremy Foote, Northwestern University

  • “The Formation and Growth of Online Organizations.” Advisor: Aaron Shaw, Northwestern University

2019: Glenna Read, University of Georgia

  • “Social Identify in Adverting: News Stories, Phenotypic Prototypicality, and Model Identity Influence Cognitive Processing and Evaluation of Advertisements.” Advisor: Rob Potter, Indiana University

2018: Claire M. Segijn, University of Minnesota

  • “Everyday Multiscreening: How the Simultaneous Usage of Multiple Screens Affects Information Processing and Advertising Effectiveness.” Advisors: Edith G. Smit & Hilde A. M. Voorveld, University of Amsterdam

2017: Richard Huskey, The Ohio State University

  • “Intrinsic Reward Motivates Large-Scale Shifts Between Cognitive Control and Default Mode Networks During Task Performance.” Advisor: Rene Weber, UCSB

2016: Nadine Bol, University of Amsterdam/ASCoR

  • “How to Present Online Information to Older Cancer Patients.” Advisor Julia van Weert

John E. Hunter Meta-Analysis Award

2020: Claire M. Segijn, University of Minnesota and Martin Eisend, European University Viadrina

  • “Meta-Analysis into Multiscreening and Advertising Effectiveness: Direct Effects, Moderators, and Underlying Mechanisms” Journal of Advertising, 2019

2019: Johannes Knoll and Jorg Matthes, University of Vienna

  • “The Effectiveness of Celebrity Endorsements: A meta-analysis” Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, 2017

2017: Chris Carpenter, Western Illinois University

  • “A Meta-Analysis of the ELM’s Argument Quality x Processing Type Predictions” Human Communication Research, 2014

Randall Harrison Outstanding Article Award

2020: Sungeun Chung, Sungkyunkwan University and Edward L. Fink, Temple University

  • “One of the most cited persuasion studies but no success in replication: investigating replication using Petty, Cacioppo, and Goldman (1981) as an example” Annals of the International Communication Association, 2018

Top Poster Award Winner

2019: “I think I can, I know I can?”: Utilizing Virtual Humans to Examine Challenges in Human Interaction. By David C. Jeong USC Annenberg, Dan Feng Northeastern University, Lynn C. Miller USC Annenberg

2018: “Social Kinematics: An Application of Classical Mechanicals to Perception of Social Meaning” By David C. Jeong Northeastern University, Calvin Cao USC Annenberg; Lynn C. Miller USC Annenberg

Most Valued InfoSys Reviewer

2020: Kevin R. Wise, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2019: Nancy Rhodes, Michigan State University

2018: Justin Keene, Texas Tech University


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