Publications and Papers
Featured: Reeves, B., T.N. Robinson & N. Ram (2020). Time for the Human Screenome Project. Nature, January 15 (vol 577: 314-317).
Reeves, B., and N. Ram, T.N. Robinson, J. J. Cummings, L. Giles, J. Pan, A. Chiatti, MJ Cho, K. Roehrick, X. Yang, A. Gagneja, M. Brinberg, D. Muise, Y. Lu, M. Luo, A. Fitzgerald & L. Yeykelis (2019). Screenomics: A Framework to Capture and Analyze Personal Life Experiences and the Ways that Technology Shapes Them. Human Computer Interaction, 1-52.
Ram, N., Yang, X., Cho, M. J., Brinberg, M., Muirhead, F., Reeves, B., & Robinson, T. N. (2019). Screenomics: A New Approach for Observing and Studying Individuals’ Digital Lives. Journal of Adolescent Research [online release]
Gijsen, V., Maddux, M., Lavertu, A., Gonzalez-Hernandez, G., Ram, N., Reeves, B., Robinson T., Ziesenitz, V., Shakhnovich, V., and Altman, R. (2019). #Science: The potential and the challenges of utilizing social media and other electronic communication platforms in health care. Clinical and Translational Science.
Cho, M.J., Reeves, B., Ram, N., & Yang, X., (2018). Balancing the Facts: The Sequencing of Thinking and Feeling on Mobile Phone Screens. 69th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association.
Brinberg, M., & Ram, N. (2018). Behavior is fast – EMA is slow: Using the screenome to study real-world behavior in the digital age. Symposium co-organized at the annual Association for Psychological Science conference, San Francisco, CA.
Brinberg, M., Cummings, J.J., & Yeykelis, L. (2018). How quickly are you switching between content? It might be faster than you think. Paper presented at the annual Association for Psychological Science conference, San Francisco, CA.
Chiatti, A., MJ Cho, A. Gagneja, X. Yang, M. Brinberg, K. Roehrick, S. Ray Choudhury, N. Ram, B. Reeves, C.L. Giles (2018). Text Extraction and Retrieval from Smartphone Screenshots: Building a Repository for Life in Media. Proceedings of the 33rd ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing (SAC 2018). Pau, France. April 9-13.
Chiatti, A., X. Yang, MJ Cho, A. Gagneja, N. Ram, B. Reeves & C.L. Giles (2017). Text extraction from smartphone screenshots to archive in situ media behavior. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-CAP 2017). Austin, TX, USA. December 4-6, 2017.
Cummings, J. J., Yeykelis, L., & Reeves, B. (2017). The fragmentation of media tasks on a laptop computer: Moment-by-moment analysis of task-switching and writing performance. Paper presented at the 67th annual convention of the International Communication Association (Communication & Technology Division), San Diego, CA.
Fitzgerald, A. (2018) History in the Making: Interface Design as Active Archiving in the case of Google and the Stockholm Truck Attack. International Communication Association: Design as Object, Design as Method: Making Critical Communication Future(s). Prague, Czech Republic. May 23, 2018.
Fitzgerald, A. (2019) Analyzing “The Screenome”: A New Framework for Hyper-Contextual Critical Digital Research. Society for the Social Studies of Science, New Orleans, LA. Sept. 4-7, 2019.
Luo, M., Brinberg, M., Ram, N., & Reeves, B. (2018). Mediated and fragmented relationships in the new media age: Moment-by-moment analysis of a couple’s media use as a case study. Poster presented at the International Conference of Web and Social Media workshop “Bridging the lab and the field”, Stanford, California.
Lu, Y., Muise D., Pan, J., Reeves, B. (2018). Micro-Level Natural Interaction with Information Systems: An International Screenshot Ethnography. International Communication Association’s 68th Annual Conference, Prague, Czech Republic.
Muise, D., Byron R. and Jennifer P. 2017. “What is News?” Realigning the News Definition with Millions of Consumer Screenshots. Computation + Journalism Symposium. Northwestern University.
Ram, N., Cho, M.J., Yang, X., Brinberg, M., Muirhead, F., Reeves, B., & Robinson, T.N. (2019). Teen Screenomes: Describing and Interpreting Adolescents’ Day-to-Day Digital Lives. Poster presented at the annual 69th Annual International Communication Association Conference, Washington, D.C.
Ram, N., Yang, X., Cho, M-J, Brinberg, M., Muirhead, F., Robinson, N. T., & Reeves, B. (invited for revision). Teen screenomes: Describing and interpreting adolescents’ day-to-day digital lives.
Ram, N. & Grimm, K. (2017, April). Re-designing the study of development: Four new procedures for longitudinal measurement, study design, and analysis. Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.
Ram, N., & Reeves, B. (2018). Time sampling. In M. H. Bornstein, M. E. Arterberry, K. L. Fingerman, & J. E. Lansford (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Lifespan Human Development (pp. 2247-2248). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Ram, N. & Reeves, B. (2017, October). Life in Media (Screenomics): I am one with the screen – the screen is with me. Society for Multivariate Experimental Psychology, Minneapolis, MI
Ram, N. & Reeves, B. (2017, April). How to select the time interval in a longitudinal study? Discovering what we don’t know. Society for Research in Child Development, Austin, TX.
Roehrick, K. (2018). Intersections between Your Physical and Virtual Worlds: Influence of Place on Sentiment of Individuals’ Digital Consumption. Association for Psychological Science 30th Annual Conference.
Roehrick, K., Brinberg, M., Ram, N., & Reeves, B. (2019). The screenome: An exploration of smartphone psychology across place and person. Annual Society for Personality and Social Psychology conference, Portland, OR.
Roehrick, K., Yang, X., Ram, N., & Reeves, B. (2019). Sentiment of Individuals’ Smartphone Screen Content by Location, Application, and Content Production. Association for Psychological Science 31st Annual Conference.
Robinson, T. “The New Science of Screenomics.” Stanford Prevention Research Center Annual Scientific Research Symposium. Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, March 6, 2018.
Robinson, T. “The New Science of Screenomics.” Early Start Seminar, University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, August 13, 2018.
Robinson, T. “The New Science of Screenomics.” Digital Media and Developing Minds: Second National Congress, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, NY, October 17, 2018.
Yang, X., Chiatti, A., & Ram, N. (2018, May). The switch of digital-mediated behavior: From screenshots to switches. Association for Psychological Science, San Francisco, CA.
Yang, X., Ram, N., Robinson, T., & Reeves, B. (in press). Using screenshots to predict task switching on smartphones. ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Yeykelis, L., Cummings, J. J., & Reeves, B. (2014). Multitasking on a Single Device: Arousal and the Frequency, Anticipation, and Prediction of Switching Between Media Content on a Computer. Journal of Communication, 64(1), 167-192.
Yeykelis, L., Cummings, J. J., & Reeves, B. (2018). The Fragmentation of Work, Entertainment, E-Mail, and News on a Personal Computer: Motivational Predictors of Switching Between Media Content. Media Psychology, 21(3), 377-402.