系所成員

客座教授

客座教授

研究室:HK218B

信箱:larose@msu.edu

個人網站/實驗室:www.msu.edu/~larose

 

學歷

  • 1979 美國南加州州立大學通訊理論及研究博士
  • 1978 美國南加州州立大學通訊研究碩士
  • 1972 美國三一學院工程及心理學士

 

經歷

  • 1987- 目前,教授,密西根州立大學電信學系
  • 1981-1987, 資深學者及副主任,美國 ELRA 研究中心
  • 1981. 兼任教授,美國南加州州立大學
  • 1979 – 1981,合夥人,美國應用通訊公司
  • 1975 – 1979,研究助理,美國南加州州立大學
  • 1973 – 1975. 職員,美國 Arthur D. Little, Inc.

 

專業領域

  • 新媒體
  • 媒體使用行為
  • 認知取徑
  • 弱勢族群媒體使用

 

著作、計劃案與榮譽

  • Publications
    1. Velasquez, A.,& LaRose, R. (2015). Social Media for Social Change: Social Media Political Efficacy and Activism in Student Activist Groups.Journal ofBroadcasting & Electronic Media, 59(3), 456-474.
    2. Alhabash, S., Jiang, M., Brooks,B., Rifon, N.J., LaRose, R., &Cotten, S.R. (2015).
    3. Online Banking for theAges: Generational Differences inInstitutional and System Trust. InL. Robinson, S. R. Cotten, J. Schulz, T. M. Hale, &A. Williams (Eds.), Communication and Information Technologies Annual(Studies in Media and Communications, Volume10) (pp. 145-171), Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
    4. Tsai, H. Y. S., & LaRose, R. (2015). BroadbandInternet adoption and utilization in the innercity: A comparison of competing theories.Computers inHuman Behavior, 51, 344-355
    5. Boehmer, J.,LaRose, R.,Rifon, N.J., Alhabash, S., &Cotten, S.R.(2015).Determinants of OnlineSafetyBehaviour: TowardaStrategyfor PublicEducation.  Behavior & Information Technology. 34 (10),  1022.
    6. LaRose, R., Alhabash, S., Jiang, M., Shillair, R.,Tsai, H., Cotten, S., &Rifon, N. (2015).CommunicatingOnline Safety: ProtectingOur Good Lifeon the Net.In Wang,H. (Ed.).Communication and the Good Life. NY: Peter LangPublishing (pp. 161-177)
    7. Shillair, R., Cotten, S.R., Tsai, H. S., Alhabash, S.,Larose, R.,&Rifon, N.J. (2015).
    8. Online safety begins with you and me : ConvincingInternet users to protect themselves.Computers inHuman Behavior, 48, 199–207. doi:10.1016/j.chb.2015.01.046
    9. Straubhaar, J.,LaRose, R. &Davenport,L. (2015).Media Now, 9th Edition. Boston: Cengage.
    10. LaRose, R. (2015).The psychology of interactive media habits.  In S.S. Sundar (Ed.),The Handbook for the Psychology ofCommunicationTechnology. NY: Wiley,pp. 365- 383.
    11. Oh, H. J., & LaRose, R. (2014). Tell me astory about healthy snacking and I will follow: Comparing the effectiveness of self-generated versus message-aided implementation intentions on promoting healthy snacking habits among college students.Health Communication, available: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10410236.2014.910289.
    12. Waddell, J.C., McLaughlin, C.,LaRose, R., Rifon,N., &Wirth-Hawkins,C.  (2014), PromotingOnline Safety among Adolescents: Enhancing Coping Self-Efficacy and Protective Behaviors through Enactive Mastery,in  Robinson,L.,Cotten,S.R.,&  Schulz,J.   (Eds.)Communication and Information Technologies Annual, Doing and Being Digital: Mediated Childhoods(Studies in Media and Communications,Vol. 8). Cambridge, MA: Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.133– 157.
    13. Tsai, H, & LaRose, R. (2014)Completion Rates and Non-Response Error in Online Surveys: ComparingSweepstakes and Pre-paid CashIncentives in Studies of Online Behavior. Computers inHuman Behavior, 34, 110-119.
    14. Velasquez, A.& LaRose,R. (2014). Youth collective activism through social media: The role of collective efficacy.NewMedia and SocietyDOI: 10.1177/1461444813518391.
    15. LaRose, R., Connolly, R.,Lee, H. G.,Li, K,&Hales, K. (2014). Connection Overload?A Cross Cultural Study of theConsequences of Social Media Connection Demands.Information Systems Management,  31 (1), 59-73.
    16. LaRose, R. (2013).Internet Blocking.In Eastin, Matthew S., ed.Encyclopedia of Media Violence. p. 205-206. SAGE.
    17. LaRose, R. (2013). Sports, Violence and Aggression.In Eastin, Matthew S., ed.Encyclopedia ofMediaViolence. p. 342-346.  SAGE, 2013.
    18. Lee, H. G., Connolly, R.,Li, K., Hales, K.,& LaRose, R. (2013).Impacts of Social Media Connection Demands: A Study of Irish CollegeStudents.Proceedings of the Nineteenth Americas Conference on Information Systems,Chicago,Illinois, August 15-17, 2013.
    19. LaRose, R., Bauer, J. M., DeMaagd,K., Chew, H.E., Ma, W. J.,Jung, Y. (2013,). Public broadband investment priorities in theUnited States: an analysis of the broad band technology opportunities program.Government Information Quarterly.
    20. DeMaagd,K., Chew, H.E., Huang, G., Khan, M. L., Sreenivasan,A., &LaRose, R. (2013). The use of public computing facilities by library patrons: Demography, motivations, and barriers.Government Information Quarterly, 30 (1), 110-118.
    21. LaRose, R., DeMaagd, K., Chew, H. E., Tsai, H.-Y. S., Steinfield, C., Wildman, S. S., & Bauer, J. M. (2012). Measuring sustainable broad band adoption: An innovative approach to understanding broad band adoption and use.International Journal of Communication, 6,2576-2600.
    22. Lin, J-H., Peng, W., Kim, M., Kim, S., & LaRose,R. (2012). Social networking and adjustments among international students. NewMedia and Society, 14(3), 421-440.
    23. DeAndrea, D., Ellison, N.,LaRose, R., Steinfield, C., &Fiore, A. (2012). Serious social media: On the use of social media for improving students’ adjustment to college. Internet and HigherEducation.
    24. Steinfield, C.,LaRose, R., Chew, H. E., & Tong,S. T. (2012). Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in RuralBusiness Clusters: TheRelation BetweenICT Adoption and Benefits DerivedFrom ClusterMembership. TheInformation Society, 28(2), 110-120.
    25. LaRose, R., Wohn, D.Y., Ellison, N., &Steinfield, C. (2011). Facebook fiends: Compulsive social networking and adjustment to college.Proceedings of the International Association for the Development of the Information Society.Rome, Italy,August.
    26. Vitak, J., Crouse,J.,& LaRose, R. (2011) Personal Internet use at work:understanding cyberslacking.Computers inHuman Behavior, 27, 1751-1759.
    27. Lampe, C.,LaRose, R.,  Steinfield, C., &DeMaagd, K.(2011),Inherent barriers to the use of social media for public policy informatics.  TheInnovation Journal: ThePublic SectorInnovation Journal, 16(1),Article 6.
    28. Lee, D.& LaRose, R. (2011). TheImpact of Personalized Social Cues of Immediacy on Consumers’InformationDisclosure: A Social Cognitive Approach, Cyber psychology and Human Behavior and Social Networking, 14, 337-343.
    29. Chew, H.E.,LaRose, R.,Steinfield, C. &Velasquez, A. (2011). The use of online social networking by rural youth and its effects on community attachment. Information, Communication and Society, 14,726-747.
    30. LaRose, R., Strover, S., Gregg, J. &Straubhaar, J. (2011). The impact of rural broadband development:Lessons from a natural field experiment.Government Information Quarterly, 28, 91-100.
    31. LaRose, Robert. (2010).Media habits: A re-assessment of mass media selection processes.In Pasadeos,Y., Advances in Communication and Mass Media Research, Athens, Greece: AthensInstitute for Education and Research, pp. 577-612.
    32. Straubhaar, J.LaRose, R. &Davenport,L. (2010).Media Now7th Edition. Boston: Cengage
    33. Kim, M., Heeter, C.& LaRose, R. (2010).A Modern Cinderella Story : A Comparison Of Viewer Responses to Interactive Vs Linear Narrative in Solitary and Co-Viewing Settings. NewMedia &Society12(5), 779-795.
    34. LaRose, R., Kim, J.H., &Peng, W. (2010). SocialNetworking: Addictive,Compulsive, Problematic, orJust Another Media Habit?In A Networked Self: Identity,Community, and Culture on SocialNetwork Sites(Z. Pappacharissi, Ed.), NY: Routledge, pp 59-81.
    35. LaRose, R. (2010). TheUses and Gratifications ofInternet Addiction.InYoung, K.&de Abreu, C.N. (eds.) Internet addiction handbook(K. Young, Ed). NY: Wiley,pp. 55-72.
    36. LaRose, R. (2010). TheProblem of Media Habits.CommunicationTheory,20,194-222. (Honoredas best recent journal article by the International Communication Association in 2011).
    37. Kim, J., LaRose, R.,&Peng, W. (2009).Loneliness as the cause and effect of problematicInternet use: The relationship betweenInternet use and psychological well being. Cyber psychology and Behavior, 12(4), 451-455.
    38. LaRose, R. (2009). Social Cognitive Theories ofMedia Selection,InMedia Choice: A Theoretical and Empirical Overview(T. Hartmann, ed.), pp 11-31,NewYork, Rout ledge.
    39. LaRose, R., Rifon, N., & Enbody, R. (2008). PromotingPersonal Responsibility for Online Safety. Communications of the ACM, 51(3), 71-76.
    40. LaRose, Robert (2008).“Habituation,”pg. 2045-2047. The International Encyclopedia of Communication(ed.Donsbach), Volume5.Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford, UK and Malden, MA.
    41. Liu, X.,& LaRose, R.(2008).Does Using the Internet Make People MoreSatisfied with TheirLives?The Effects of the Internet on CollegeStudents’SchoolLifeSatisfaction. CyberPsychology & Behavior,11(3), 310-320.
    42. Lee, D.W.,LaRose, R.& Rifon, N. (2008). Keeping our network safe: a model of online protection behavior. Behavior &Information Technology, 27 (5), 445ff.
    43. Straubhaar, J., & LaRose, R. (2008).Media Now:  Understanding Media, Culture and Technology(Updated 5th Edition). Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.
    44. LaRose, R., Gregg, J.L., Strover, S., Straubhaar, J.&Carpenter, S. (2007).Closing the rural broad band gap: Promoting adoption of the Internet in rural America.Telecommunications Policy,31(6-7), 359-373.
    45. LaRose, R. &Kim, J. (2007). Share, Steal orBuy?A Social Cognitive Perspective of Music Downloading. Cyber psychology and Human Behavior, 10(2), 267-277.
    46. Lee, D.W., & LaRose, R.(2007). Asocio-cognitive model of video game usage.Journal ofBroadcasting and Electronic Media, 51 (4),632-650.
    47. LaRose, R., Rifon, N.J. (2007).Promoting/Safety: Effects of Privacy Warnings and Privacy Seals on Risk Assessment and Online Privacy Behavior.Journal of Consumer Affairs, 41(1), 127-149.
    48. LaRose, R., & Rifon, N.(2006).You PrivacyIs Assured—of Being Invaded. New Media and Society, 8(4), 1009-1030.
    49. Diddi, A. & LaRose, R. (2006). Getting Hooked on News: Uses and Gratifications and the Formation of News Habits Among College Students in an Internet Environment. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 50(2), 193-210.
    50. Gregg, J.L., Kock, S.L.& LaRose, R. (2005).  Internet Paradox revisited: CommunityAttachment and Support in Rural America.  In,Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Politics and Information Systems, Technologies and Applications, Orlando, FL, July2005
    51. LaRose, R.,Lai, Y.J.,Lange, R.,Love, B.,& Wu,Y. (2005).Sharing or Piracy?An Exploration of Downloading Behavior, Journal ofComputerMediated Communication, Vol. 11, No. 1.
    52. Rifon, NoraJ.,LaRose ,R. &Choi, S.M. (2005), Your Privacy is Sealed:Effects of Web Privacy Seals on Trust and Personal Disclosures,Journal of Consumer Affairs, Vol. 39, No. 2,339-362.
    53. Eastin, M.S. & LaRose,R. (2005). Alt.support: Modelling social support online. Computers inHuman Behavior, 21(6), 977-992.
    54. Kim, J. H., &LaRose, R.(2004).Interactive -commerce: Promoting consumer efficiency or impulsivity?Journal ofComputerMediated Communication, 10(1).
    55. LaRose, R., &Eastin, M.S. (2004).A social cognitive theory of Internet uses and gratifications: Toward a new model of media attendance. Journal ofBroadcasting and Electronic Media, 48(3), 358-377.
    56. Song,I., LaRose, R.,Lin, C. &Eastin, M. S. (2004).Internet gratifications andInternet addiction: On the uses and abuses of new media. Cyber psycology and Behavior, 7(4), 384-394.
    57. LaRose, R. (2004). Cyber compulsions: Media habits, media addictions and theInternet.In P.Lee,L.Leung&C.So (Eds.),Impact and issues in new media: Toward intelligent societies. Cress kill, NJ: Hampton Press(pp. 103-130).
    58. Eastin, M.S. & LaRose,R. (2003).Internet Self-Efficacy and the Psychology of theDigital Divide.InJ.F. George(Ed.) Computers in Society: Privacy, Ethics, and the Internet. PrenticeHall.
    59. Choi, E. J., LaRose, R.,& Lee, D. H. (2003). Across-cultural comparison of Internet usage: Media habits , gratification and addictions in Korea and the U.S. Proceedings of the WWW/Internet Conference. Algarve, Portugal, November.
    60. LaRose, R. & Rifon, N. (2003, May). YourPrivacyIs Assured—Of Being Invaded: WebSites With andWithoutPrivacySeals.Proceedings of the E-Society 2003 Conference, Lisbon, Portugal:International Association for the Development of theInformation Society, June.
    61. LaRose, R.,Lin, C. A.,& Eastin, M. S. (2003). Unregulated internet usage: Addiction, habit, or deficient self-regulation?Media Psychology, 5225-253.
    62. LaRose, R., &Eastin, M.S. (2002).Is On-Line Buying out of Control?Electronic Commerce and Consumer Self-Regulation. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 45(4), 549-564.
    63. LaRose, R. (2001). On the negative effects of e-commerce:  A sociocognitive exploration of unregulated on-line buying. Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 6(3). Retrieved January15, 2002 from theWorld Wide Web:http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue3/larose.html
    64. LaRose, R., Eastin, M. S., Gregg, J. (2001). Reformulating the Internet paradox: Social cognitive explanations ofInternet use and depression. Journal of Online Behavior,1(2). Retrieved September 30,2001 from the World WideWeb:http://www.behavior.net/JOB/v1n2/paradox.htmlLarose2001. Reprinted in Carter, G.L. (ed.), Empirical Approaches to Sociology: A Collection ofClassic and Contemporary Readings.Boston, MA:Longman, 2004.
    65. LaRose, R., Mastro, D.A. &Eastin, M.A. (2001).UnderstandingInternet usage:  A social cognitive approach to uses and gratifications.  Social Science Computer Review, 19, 395-413.
    66. Eastin, Matthew and RobertLaRose(2000).Internet self-efficacy and the psychology of the Digital Divide.  Journal of Computer Mediated Communication, 6(1). Retrieved January2, 2001 from theWorld Wide Web: http://www.ascusc.org/jcmc/vol6/issue1/eastin.html
    67. LaRose, Robert and Pamela Whitten (2000).Re-Thinking Instructional Immediacy for Web Courses: A Social Cognitive Exploration.Communication Education, 49(3), 1-19.
    68. Cho, Hyun Yi and Robert LaRose(1999). Privacy issues inInternet surveys.Social Science Computer Review, 17(4), 421-434.
    69. LaRose, Robert and Pamela Whitten (1999).Increasing the immediacy of Web courses.Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Computers inEducation,Seattle, Washington, June.
    70. LaRose, Robert, Jennifer Gregg and Matt Eastin (1998).Audiographic telecourses for the Web: An experimentJournal of Computer Mediated Communication,4(2).
    71. LaRose, Robert. UnderstandingPersonal TelephoneBehavior (1999).In H. Sawhney&G. Barnett (Eds.),Progress in communication science, Vol.XV: Advances in telecommunication theory and research.Norwood, NJ:Ablex.
    72. LaRose, Robert, Jennifer Gregg and Carrie Heeter(1997). An evaluation of a Web-based distributed learning environment in higher education. Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Computers inEducation.
    73. Robert LaRose and Anne Hoag(1996). Organizational Adoptions of the Internet and the Clustering of Innovations, Journal of Telematics and Informatics, 13(1),49-61.
    74. Straubhaar, Joseph and Robert LaRose(1995). Communications Media in the Information Society. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing.
    75. Lee,Laurie Thomas and Robert LaRose(1994). Caller ID and the Meaning of Privacy,TheInformation Society, 10(4), 247-265.
    76. Atkin, David and Robert LaRose, Profiling Call-in Poll Users (1994). Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 38(2), 217-228.
    77. Atkin, David and Robert LaRose(1994). A metanalysis of the information services adoption literature:Lessons to be learned from cable and telephony,InHanson, Jarice(Ed.)Advances inTelematics, Volume2.Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing.
    78. Glascock, Jack and RobertLaRose(1993). Dial-a-Porn Recordings:The Role of the FemaleParticipant in Male Sexual Fantasies, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 37 (3), 313-324.
    79. Rafaeli, Sheizaf and Robert LaRose(1993). Electronic Bulletin Boards and’Public Goods’ Explanations of Collaborative Mass Media,Communication Research, 28(2), 277-297.
    80. LaRose, Robert and Herbert Dordick(1993). The Telephone in DailyLife:A Study of Personal TelephoneUse in theUnited States,Proceedings of the Pacific Telecommunications Council.Honolulu, HI, January, 819-825.
    81. LaRose, Robert and David Atkin, Audiotext and theRe-Invention of the Telephoneasa Mass Medium (1992). Journalism Quarterly, 69(2), Summer, 1992, 413-421.
    82. LaRose, Robert. Perceived Transmission Quality Assessment, Studies of Broadcasting, 28, 77-120.
    83. Dordick, H.S. & LaRose,R. (1992).Letéléphonedans lavie detous les jours. Une enquête surl’utilisation domestique, (“The telephone in everyday life. Anenquiryon domesticuse”) Réseaux,55, 107-129.
    84. Glascock, Jack and RobertLaRose(1992). A Content Analysis of 900Numbers: Implications for Industry Regulation and Self-Regulation, Telecommunications Policy, 16 (2), 147-155.
    85. Atkin, D. andLaRose, R.Cable Access: market concerns amidst the market place of ideas (1991).Journalism Quarterly, 68(3), 354-362.
    86. Greenberg, Bradley, Robert Albers, RobertLaRose, Barry Litman and Rick Busselle (1991). Production, Technological, Economic and AudienceFactors in Assessing Quality in Public ServiceTelevision, Studies of Broadcasting, March.
    87. LaRose, Robert and David Atkin (1991). Attributes of Movie Distribution Channels and Consumer Choice: A Comparative Analysis of Five Modalities, Journal of Media Economics, 4 (1), 3-18.
    88. LaRose, Robert and Benjamin Bates(1990) Virtual Social Distance and Adoption of InteractiveTelecommunication Technologies,Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 6 (1), 34-43.
    89. LaRose, Robert and Jennifer Mettler (1989). Who UsesInformation Technologies in Rural America?, Journal of Communication, 39(3), 48-60.
    90. LaRose, Robert and David Atkin (1989). Understanding Cable Subscribership as Telecommunications Behavior,Telematics and Informatics, 5(4), 377-388.
    91. LaRose, Robert and David Atkin (1988). Satisfaction, Demographic and Media Environment and Predictors ofCable Subscription, Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 32(4), 403-413.
    92. LaRose, Robert and Charles Steinfield (1988). Waiting for ISDN: Towardan Agendafor Social Research,Proceedings of the Pacific Telecommunications Council, Honolulu, HI, February.
    93. LaRose, Robert. Freestyle, Revisited (1989).In Atkin, Charles &Ron Rice (Eds.),Public Communication Campaigns, New bury Park, CA: SagePublications.
    94. LaRose, Robert (1984).Testing the Power of Advertising in a New Medium: Public Television Experiments with Advertising,Proceedings of the Advertising Research Foundation, New York,NY.
    95. Hanneman, G.,and RobertLaRose(1983). CableTelevision: A New Business Communications Medium, Business Communications Review.
    96. Williams, Frederick, Robert LaRose, and Frederika Frost (1981).Children, Television and Sex-Role Stereotyping.New York, NY: Praeger.
    97. LaRose, Robert (1980).FormativeEvaluation asCommunications Research.In Dervin, B,& Voight, M. (Eds.),Progress in Communication Sciences, Vol 2. Norwood, NJ: Ablex.
    98. LaRose, Robert (1979),Normative Determinants of Modelling. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern California,Los Angeles, CA, 1979.
  • Conference Papers
    • LaRose, R., Alhabash, S., Cotten, S.R., &Rifon, N.J. (2015,January). Online Safety for the Ages. Presented at National Science foundation Secure and TrustworthyCyberspace PrincipalInvestigator’sMeeting, January5-7, 2015, Arlington, VA.
    • Rifon, N.J., LaRose, R.,Cotten, S.R., Alhabash, S., &Jiang, M. (2015, June). Online Safety for the Ages: Generational Differences inMotivations for Security Protections Online Banking. Paper presented at 2015 Marketing and Public Policy Conference, Washington DC, June4-6, 2015.
    • Shillair, R., LaRose, B., Jiang, M., Rifon, N. J., Alhabash, S. &Cotten, S. R. (2015, August). UnderstandingOnline SafetyBehavior:The Influence of Prior Experience on Online Safety Motivation.  Poster presented at theCommunication Technology(CTEC) Division of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication(AEJMC), August 6-9, 2015, San Francisco, CA.
    • Jiang, M., Tsai, H.S., Cotten, S.R., Rifon, N.J., Alhabash, S. & LaRose, R. (2015, August). Generational Differences in Online Safety Perceptions and Practices. Poster presented at the Communication Technology(CTEC) Division of Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), August 6-9,2015, San Francisco, CA.
    • LaRose, R., Rifon, N.J.,Cotten, S.R., Alhabash, S., Jiang, M., Shillair, R., Rikard, R.V.,&Cunningham, C. (2015, October).GenerationalDifferences in Online SafetyProtection Motivation. Paper presented at the Amsterdam Privacy Conference 2015, October 23-26, 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
    • Jiang, M., Tsai, H.S., Cotten, S.R., Rifon, N.J., Alhabash, S & LaRose, R. (2015, November). Safe BankingOnline: AnInvestigation ofInternet Safety Literacy and Security Protection among Older Adults. Paper presented at the2015 Geological Society of America(GSA) Annual Meeting, November 18-22, 2015, Orlando,Florida.
    • Jiang, M., Tsai, H.S., Cotten, S.R., Rifon, N.J.,LaRose, R., &Alhabash,S.(2014).
    • Understanding Older Generation’s Perceptions of Online Risky Behavior in the Electronic Banking Context Gerontological Society of America, Washington, DC.
    • Alhabash, S., Cotten, S., Tsai, H.-y. S.*, Rifon, N., & LaRose, R. (2014). Understanding generational differences in the relationship between online banking and online security. Communication Technology Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, Canada.
    • Shillair, R., Boehmer, J., Cotten, S.R., LaRose, R., Rifon, N. J. (2014). Communicating Online Safety: A Critical Content Analysis of Websites Providing Online Safety Information to Consumers over Time. International Communication Association’s 64th Annual Conference, May22-26. Seattle, WA.
    • Rifon, N.J., Tsai, H.S., &Cotten, S.R. (2014). Online Safety for Families:A review of consumer online safety policy. International Communication Association’s 64th Annual Conference, May22-26.Seattle, WA.
    • Tsai, H. S., Jiang, M, Alhabash, S.,LaRose, R., Rifon, N., &Cotten, S.R. (2014).Understanding Online Safety Behavior in the Online Banking Context International Communication Association’s 64th Annual Conference, May22-26. Seattle, WA.
    • Jiang, M., Rifon, N. J., Cotten, S.R., Tsai, H. S., Shilliar, R.,LaRose, R.,& Alhabash, S. Generational Differences in Electronic Banking: Understanding What Motivates Older Generations to Adopt. (2014). AMA Summer Marketing Educators Conference2014,August 1 – 3, SanFrancisco, CA.
    • Velasquez, A.& LaRose,R. (2013).Collective Activism Through Social Media: The Role of Collective Efficacy. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, London,UK, June20.
    • Oh, H. J., Ozkaya, E. Y.& LaRose, R. (2013). How Does Online Social Networking Enhance Life Satisfaction?The Relationships Among Online Supportive Interaction, Affect, Sense of Community, and Life Satisfaction?Paper presented to the International Communication Association,London, UK, June20.
    • LaRose, R., Brooks,B.,Ma, W., Tsai, H., Bauer, J.M. Wildman, S. & Steinfield, C. (2013). The Adoption of Broadband in the Inner City:  Results of aMulti-waveSurvey Study of a Public Computing Center Project in Urban Michigan. Paper prepared for the Expert Workshop on Theory of Broadband: Regulation, Networks and Applications New York, Columbia University, May26, 2013.
    • Lin, J-H &LaRose, R. (2012).TheScaleDevelopment and Testing of Character Identification a Mediating Mechanism of theEffect of Media Interactivity. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ, May.
    • LaRose, R., DeMaagd, K., Chew, H.E., Tsai, H-Y,Wildman, S., & Bauer, J. (2012). Broadband Adoption in theInner City. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ, May.
    • Wohn, D.,LaRose, R., Ellison, N., & Steinfield, C. (2012). Differential Effects of Social Networking Use on Academic Adjustment of First-Year College Students. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ, May.
    • Yilmaz, E.,LaRose,R.,& Wohn, D. Y. (2011).Online Game Addiction Studies
    • Quilliam, L., Rifon, N.,& LaRose, R. (2012)Adult and TeenInternet Safety Perceptions and Behaviors: A Comparative Protection Motivation Theory Examination. AMA Winter Marketing Educators’ Conference.
    • LaRose, R., Grubesic, T.,Bauer, J.M., Ma, W.J., Tsai, S. (2011). Understanding Broadband Gaps:Predictors of Broadband Competition and Service Quality in the United States. Telecommunications Policy Research Conference. Arlington, VA.
    • Strover, S., Straubhaar, J.,LaRose, R., Gregg, J. (2011). Beyond Cities:Infrastructure, Broadband, and Rural Challenges. Paper presented to the International Association for Mass Communication Research,Istanbul, July.
    • Yilmaz, E.,LaRose, R.,& Wohn, D. Y. (2011).Online Game Addiction Studies: An Overview.Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Boston, May.
    • Crouse, J., McLaughlin,c., Rifon, N.,LaRose, R.,&Wirth, C. (2011). PromotingOnline SafetyAmongAdolescents: Enhancing Self-Efficacy and Protection Behaviors. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Boston, May.
    • Vitak, J., Crouse,J., & LaRose, R. (2011). PersonalInternet use at work: Understanding cyberslacking. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Boston, May.
    • DeAndrea, D., Ellison, N.,LaRose, R., Steinfield, C. Fiore, A.,& Lange, N. (2011).Serious Social Media: On the Use of Social Media for Improving Students’ Adjustment to College. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Boston, May.
    • Lampe, C.,LaRose, R., Steinfield, C., & DeMaagd, K. (2011).InherentBarriers to the Use of Social Media for Public Policy Informatics. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Boston, May.
    • LaRose, R., Bauer, J., DeMaagd, K., Chew, H.E.,Ma, W., &Jung, Y. (2011). Public Broadband Investment Priorities in the United States: An Analysis of the Broadband Telecommunications Opportunity Program. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Boston, May. (Top Paper Award, Communication Law& PolicyDivision)
    • LaRose, R., Strover, S. Gregg, J., & Straubhaar, J. (2010) The Impact of Rural Broadband Development: Lessons From a Natural Field Experiment. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Singapore, June.(TOP THREE PAPER, Communication Law and PolicyDivision).
    • Hill, S., Hartmann, T., Ozkaya, Y.,& LaRose, R. (2010). Too Depleted toChoose?Ego Depletion, Self-Control, and Habits in Media Selection. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Singapore, June.
    • Tong, S., Vitak, J. & LaRose, R. (2010). TrulyProblematic orMerelyHabitual?An Integrated Model of the Negative Consequences of Social Networking Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Singapore, June.
    • Lin, J., Peng, W., Kim, M., Kim, S. & LaRose, R. (2010). Social Networking and Adjustment to Cultural Change Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Singapore, June.
    • Chew, H.,LaRose, R., Steinfield, C. & Velasquez, A. (2010).The Use of OnlineSocial Networking by Rural Youth andIts Effects on Community Involvement Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Singapore, June.
    • Kim, J. & LaRose, R.& Peng, W. (2009).Loneliness as the Cause and the Effect of Problematic Internet Use: The Relationship Between Internet Use and Psychological Well-Being. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Chicago, May.
    • Lee, D.& LaRose, R. (2009)A Sociocognitive Model of Information Disclosure in Human-Computer Interaction. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Chicago, May.
    • LaRose, R. (2009). Social Cognitive Theories ofMedia Selection. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Chicago, May.
    • LaRose, R. (2009). Media Habits. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Chicago, May.
    • Lampe, C., Ellison, N., Smock, A., DeMaagd, K., Steinfield, C.,  LaRose,R. & Whitten,P. (2009, November).ICT solutions for increasing social capital among rural youth. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago,IL.
    • LaRose, R., Kim, J., &Peng, W. (2008).TheProblem ofProblematicInternet Use: Disease, Dangerous Habit, or Just One of Our Favorites?Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Communication Association, November.
    • LaRose, R. Strover, S., Gregg, J., Straubhaar, J. (2008). Closing the RuralBroadband Gap. Poster presented to the Rural Sociological Society, Manchester, New Hampshire, July27.
    • Wirth, C., Rifon, N, LaRose, R., & Lewis, M. (2008). Promoting Teenage Online Safety with and i-Safety Intervention. International Communication Association, Montreal, May 23.
    • Liu, X.& LaRose, R. (2008). A Social Cognitive Perspective on Blogging. International Communication Association, Montreal, May25.
    • Strover, S., Straubhaar, J.,LaRose, R., &Gregg, J. (2008). The Value of Broadband in Rural U.S. Presentation to the Telecommunication Policy Research Conference, George Mason College of Law,Arlington, VA, September28.
    • Rifon, N.J., LaRose, R.,& Enbody, R. (2008).Keeping Families Safe Online. Paper presented to the Marketing and Public Policy Conference of the American Marketing Association, Philadelphia, PA, May.
    • Rifon, N.J., LaRose, R.,Lewis, M.L.,&Wirth, C.B. (2008).Promoting Teenage Online Safety with an i-Safety Intervention: Enhancing Self-efficacy and Protective Behaviors. Paper presented to the Marketing and Public Policy Conference of the American Marketing Association, Philadelphia, PA, May.
    • Rifon, N.J., LaRose, R.,& Lewis, M.L.(2008).Resolving the Privacy Paradox: Toward A Social-Cognitive Theory of Consumer Privacy Protection. Paper presented to the Marketing and Public Policy Conference of the American Marketing Association, Philadelphia, PA, May.
    • LaRose, R., Strover, S., Straubhaar, J. &Gregg, J.L. (2007). Closing the Rural Broadband Gap: Toward a Broadband Development Strategy. Poster presented to the USDA CSREES meeting at theRural Sociological Society, Santa Clara, CA, August.
    • Liu, X.& LaRose, R. (2007). Computers ArePeople, Too: A New Perspective of Human-Computer Interaction. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May.
    • Gregg, J.L.,LaRose, R., Straubhaar, J. & Strover,S. (2007). Resolving One Internet Paradox While Revealing Another: Understanding Online Social Support in Rural America(Top 3 Paper).Paper presented to the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May.
    • LaRose, R., Rifon,N., Wirth, C. (2007). Online Safety Begins with You and Me: Getting Internet Users toProtect Themselves. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May.
    • Quilliam, Elizabeth Taylor, NoraJ. Rifon, Robert J. LaRose, and Les Carlson (2007), Losing MyGood Name: Teens, Online Privacy, and Identity Theft, American Marketing Association Marketing& Public Policy Conference, Washington, D.C.
    • Liu, X,& LaRose, R. (2006). Does Using the Internet Make People Happier or Unhappier?–The Effects of the Internet on College Student’s School Life Happiness. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Dresden,Germany, June.
    • LaRose, R. & Rifon, N. (2006).Changing Online Safety Behavior: Experiments with Online Security and Privacy. Paper presented to theInternational Communication Association, Dresden,Germany, June.
    • Rifon, N.J. Vasilenko P,Quilliam, ET,LaRoseRJ   (2006)High School Student Perceptions of the Priva cyof Their Internet Posting:  Implications forIRB Practice. Annual PRIMR HRPP Conference– A Commitment to Ethical Research:  Advancing the Mission of Human Research Protection Programs.  Washington, DC
    • LaRose, R. Strover, S., Straubhaar, J. &Gregg, J. (2006). Closing the rural broadband gap: Toward a broadband development strategy. Poster presented at the Rural Development Project Director Meeting, U.S. Department of Agriculture,Cooperative State Research, Education &Extension Service,Washington D.C., February13.
    • Shaw, P.,LaRose, R.& Wirth, C. (2006). Reaching a NewLevel and Other Pleasures of Massive Multiplayer Online Games: A Social Cognitive Theory of MMO Usage. Paper presented to the Game Studies Interest Group,International Communication Association, June.
    • Gregg, J.,LaRose, R., Strover, S., and Straubhaar,J. (2006). Understanding the Broadband Gap in Rural America.  Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Dresden,Germany, June.
    • LaRose, R. &Kim, J. (2006). Share, Steal or Buy?A Social Cognitive Perspective of Music Downloading. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Dresden, Germany, June.
    • Quilliam, Elizabeth Taylor, NoraJ. Rifon, and Robert Larose(2006). Protecting Household OnlinePrivacy:Who is the First Line of Defense?Paper presented to the American Marketing Association Summer Educators’Conference, Chicago,IL,August.
    • LaRose, R., Rifon, N.,Liu, X., &Lee, D (2005).Understanding online safety behavior: A multivariate model. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, NewYork, May28.
    • LaRose, R., Rifon, N.,Liu, X., &Lee, D. (2005).Online safety strategies: A content analysis and theoretical assessment. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, New York, May28.
    • Liu, X.,& LaRose, R. (2005).Are you a different person online?  The effects of online experience on personality.Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, New York, May28.
    • Lee, D.,& LaRose, R. (2005).The impact off low experience on self-regulation and us agein video game play. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, NewYork, May29.
    • Lee, S.Y., Heeter, C.,& LaRose, R. (2005). Viewer responses to interactive narrative: Comparing interactive versus linear viewership in alone and group settings. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, New York, May30.
    • Yang, M.J., Alicea, B., Clark, C., & LaRose, R. (2005).Does e-trust matter?  A social cognitive theory of online shopping behavior. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, New York, May 27.
    • LaRose, R., Carpenter, S., Strover, S., Struabhaar, J. &Gregg, J. (2005).Internet Generations in Place: Exploring the Rural Broadband Gap. Paper presented to the Association for Internet Researchers, Chicago,October 8.
    • Strover, S., Straubhaar, J.,LaRose, R., &Gregg, J. (2005). Rural Broadband Markets:  A Field Study, PartI. Paper presented to the Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, WashingtonDC, September 30.
    • LaRose, R.,Lai, Y. J.,Lange, R.,Love, B, and Wu, Y. H. (2004). Sharing or stealing?Understanding downloading behavior. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, August.
    • Newell, J. and LaRose, R. (2004). Habitual and Intentional Consumption of Electronic Media. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, August.
    • Lee, D.W. andLaRose,R. (2004). KeepingOurNetworkSafe: A Model of Online Safety Behavior. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Toronto, August.
    • LaRose, R., Rifon, N., &Lee, A.(2004). PromotingI-Safety: The Effects of Consumer Information and Privacy Seals on Risk Assessment and Online Privacy Behavior. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Communication and Technology Division, New Orleans, May.
    • Diddi, A. & LaRose, R. (2004). The Making of News Junkies:  Uses and Gratifications and the Formation ofNews Habits Among College Students in the New Media Environment. Paper presented to the International Communication Association Political Communication Division, New Orleans, May.
    • LaRose, R. &Eastin, M.S. (2003).A Social Cognitive Explanation of Uses and Gratifications: Toward a New Theory of Media Attendance.Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, San Diego, CA, May.
    • Kim, J. H. &LaRose, R.(2003). What makes e-commerce websites sticky? Interactivity and impulsivity in online browsing. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Language and Social Interaction Division, San Diego, CA, May.
    • Lim,L.& LaRose, R. (2003). On theInternet, Everybody knows you area man (but not a woman). Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Language and Social Interaction Division, San Diego, CA, May.
    • Lim,L.& LaRose, R. (2003).Interpersonal attraction online: Do trust and gender differences play apart?Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division, San Diego, CA, May.
    • Williamson,P., LaRose,R. &Ward, W. (2003).I Just Had to Look, HavingRead the Book: Determinants of Film Attendance in the Information Age.  Paper presented to the Association for Education in Mass Communication, Mass Communication and Society Division, Kansas City, August
    • LaRose, R.,Lin, C. A.,& Eastin, M.S. (2002).Media Addiction, Media Habits and Deficient Self-Regulation in the Case of the Internet. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division,Seoul, Korea, July.
    • Eastin, M. S., & LaRose,R. (2002).Modelling Social Support in Online Discussion Groups. Paper presented to the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Miami,August.
    • Song,I.,LaRose, R.,Lin, C. A., & Eastin, M.S. (2002).Gratifications ofInternet Use and Internet Addiction. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Communication and Technology Division,Seoul, Korea, July.
    • LaRose, R., &Eastin, M.A. (2001).Is On-Line Buying out of Control?Electronic Commerce and Consumer Self-Regulation. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Washington, DC, May.
    • LaRose, Robert (2000).  Impulse, compulsion and addition in electronic commerce.Paper presented at the 35th Anniversary Conference of HongKong University, Hong Kong, China, July.
    • Eastin, Matt and RobertLaRose(2000). Internet Self-Efficacy and the Psychology of the Digital Divide. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Acapulco, Mexico, June.
    • LaRose, Robert, Matt Eastin and Jennifer Gregg(2000a). Reformulating the Internet Paradox:  Social Cognitive Explanations ofInternet Use and Depression. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Acapulco, Mexico, June.
    • Mastro, Dana, Robert LaRose and Matt Eastin (2000). Understanding Internet Usage: A Social Cognitive Approach.  Paper presented to the Association for Computers in the Social Sciences, April-May, [on-line conference].
    • Versteeg,L. and Robert LaRose(1999).  Is the Web Sexist?  Paper presented to the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May.
    • LaRose, Robert and Pamela Whitten (1999).Re-thinking instructional immediacy for Web courses: A social cognitive exploration. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, San Francisco, May.
    • LaRose, Robert, Jennifer Gregg and Matt Eastin (1998). Teaching on the Web: An evaluation ofInternet-based course delivery in higher education. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Jerusalem,Israel, July.
    • LaRose, Robert, AlicePlummer and Herbert Dordick (1998). Telephone apprehension and telephone usage patterns. Paper presented to the International Telecommunications Society, Stockholm, Sweden, June.
    • LaRose, Robert, Jennifer Gregg and Carrie Heeter(1997). An evaluation of a Web-based distributed learning environment in higher education. Presented to the Association for the Advancement of Computers in Education, Calgary, Alberta, June.
    • LaRose, Robert and Anne Hoag(1996). Organizational adoptions of the Internet and the Clustering of innovations. Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Chicago,IL, May.
    • LaRose, Robert and Anne Hoag(1995). Michigan Business Telecommunication Needs, Paper presented at the Telecommunications Infrastructure and the Information Economy Conference, University of Michigan, March 10.
    • Dordick, Herbert, Yun Jan Joon,Jack Glascock and Robert LaRose(1993). Understanding Audiotext Users in the United States, Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Washington, DC, May.
    • Dordick, Herbert and Robert LaRose(1993). TheEvolution of the Telephone from a Household to a Personal Medium, Paper presented at the International Communication Association, Washington, DC, May.
    • LaRose, Robert. Personal Telephone Behavior in the United States (1992).  Presentation to the International Institute of Communications, Montreal, Canada, September.
    • Glascock, Jack and RobertLaRose(1992). A Content Analysis ofDial-a-Porn Modalities and Recorded Fantasies, Paper presented at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Montreal, August.
    • Dordick, Herbert and Robert LaRose(1992). Personal Telephone Use, Presentation to the International Telecommunication Society, Cannes,France, June.
    • LaRose, Robert (1992).Not Your Father’s Old Mass Media: The Mass Media Aren’t Dead But Some of Our Assumptions About Them Are Not Doing So Well, Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Miami, Florida,May.
    • LaRose, Robert. Telephone Apprehension: Definition, Measurement and Validity Issues (1992). Paper presented to the International Communication Association, Miami, Florida, May.
    • Glascock, Jack and Robert LaRose(1991). A Content Analysis of 900 Numbers: Implications for Industry Regulation and Self-Regulation, Paper presented to Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Boston, MA, August.
    • Rafaeli, Sheizaf, and Robert LaRose(1991). Participation and Activity on Electronic Bulletin Boards: A National Survey, International Communication Association, Chicago, IL.
    • Thomas, Laurie and Robert LaRose(1991). Privacy in the Age of the Intelligent Network, International Communication Association, Chicago,IL.
    • Thomas,Laurie and RobertLaRose(1990).I See You Calling but You Can’t ComeIn: Telecommunications Privacy Policy and User Responses to Calling Party Information, International Communication Association, Dublin,Ireland, June.
    • LaRose, Robert and Mettler, Jennifer (1990). User Responses to Custom Local Area Signaling Services: A Survey and Field Experiment. Panel presentation to the International Communication Association, Dublin,Ireland, June.
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    • 2013-2016 美國國家科學研究中心$675,000
    • 2008-2010 美國農糧署$497,000
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    • 2004-2008 美國國家科學研究中心信任計畫$400,000
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