Zachary Birchmeier

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Knowing how others perceive us is an important aspect of social life. "Impression meta-accuracy" is the extent to which we are correct in our assumptions about the impressions others have formed of us. The goal of this study was to compare meta-accuracy of WWW homepage creators to meta-accuracy of people in face-to-face interactions. Because creators of WWW(More)
2011) has been of special interest to the authors of this review for two reasons. First, one of the reviewers (Guadagno) attended the Conference on Group Processes in Computer-Supported Interaction: Technological and Social Deter-that has laid the foundation for this volume. Second, social psychological inquiry into behavior on the Internet is a primary(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors investigated relationships among prior victimization, risk perceptions, and behavioral choices in responding to drug-facilitated sexual assault in a college party where alcohol is available. PARTICIPANTS AND METHODS From fall 2003 to spring 2004, over 400 female undergraduates rated risk perception following an acquaintance rape(More)
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