Graduate Student Directory

Minji Kim

Ph.D.
Science/Health Communication

Office: G040 Weimer Email:

Bio

Ph.D. candidate in mass communication, studying how incidental negative emotions such as disgust affect message processing and health decisions.

Education

Master of Arts, Telecommunication – Indiana University
Bachelor of Arts, Public Relations and Advertising – Sookmyung Women’s University

Publications

Presentations

Kim, M. (2022). No Pain, Hurry-Gain: Visual Messaging of Hurricane Trajectories for Perceptional and Behavioral Preparation. Paper/Poster at International Communication Association.

Kim, M. (2020). Watching Others Eat: The Effects of Mukbang Viewing on Psychological, Physiological, and Behavioral Responses. Oral Presentation at International Communication Association.

Kim, M. (2019). KSEA Awarded Research Presentation. Oral Presentation at Korean-American Scientists and Engineers Association, Gainesville, FL.

Kim, M. (2018). Insta-self journal: how image-based contents motivate users to self-improve on instagram. Paper/Poster at UF Graduate Student Research Day, Gainesville, FL.

Kim, M. (2018). Picture Speaks Louder: How Image-based Contents Motivate Users to Self-Improve on Instagram. Paper/Poster at Graduate Student Research Day.

Kim, M. (2018). Picture Speaks Louder: How Image-based Contents Motivate Users to Self-Improve on Instagram. Paper/Poster at The Statewide Graduate Student Research Symposium 2018, Tallahassee, FL.

Kim, M. (2018). Insta-Self Journal: How Image-based Contents Motivate Users to Self-Improve on Instagram. Oral Presentation at International Communication Association Pre-conference, Prague, Czech Republic.

Kim, M. (2018). Voices of the Unsung: The Role of Social Presence and Interactivity in Building Empathy in 360 Video. Paper/Poster at CJC Graduate Symposium, Gainesville, FL.

Research

Specialization

Media effects, media psychology, health communication, emotion, food study

Doctoral Advisor

Yu-Hao Lee, Ph.D.

 

Courses

Indiana University:

Graduate Assistant (associate instructor) in “Introduction to Media and Society,” “Introduction to Telecommunication Industry and Management” and “Children and the Media”