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Internet Shutdowns and the Lifecycle of a Protest
Zoe Loh, Andrea Montano, Donya Vafanejad
In recent years, social media has increasingly been used to discuss protests such as Black Lives Matter, the Farmers Protest, and the recent Iran Protest. For some protests, there are also reports of internet shutdowns in response to discussing the protests online. We wanted to better understand modern protests by investigating these internet shutdowns as well as the social media discussion surrounding a protest.
Physiological and Perceived Processing and Recall of Information From Social Media Scrolling Feeds (Ongoing)
Zoe Loh, Helia Hosseinpour, Lace Padilla, Spencer C. Castro
We assessed how the format of different digital displays of visual information impacts how people process and remember this information. Participants read excerpts of a climate change report either in the form of a simulated social media scrolling feed or a PDF. We found that participants recalled information more accurately and reported lower mental demand for the scrolling feed.
Working Memory Control Predicts Fixation Duration in Scene-viewing
Zoe Loh, Elizabeth H. Hall, Deborah A. Cronin, John M. Henderson
We examined the relationship between working memory and fixation durations during scene-viewing. We found that participants with worse working memory control tended to make more very long fixations when viewing scenes.
Publication in Psychological Research