2019

Panek, E., Harrison, W., & Hou, J. (May, 2019). Change by default: Exploring the effects of a sudden influx of newcomers on the discourse of r/TwoXChromosomes. To be presented at The International Communication Association Annual Conference. Washington, DC.

Peacock, C., Hoewe, J., Panek, E., & Willis, G. (May, 2019). Hyperpartisan news use: Relationships with partisanship, traditional news use, and cognitive and affective involvement. To be presented at The International Communication Association Annual Conference. Washington, DC.

2018

Hoewe, J., Panek, E., Peacock, C., Sherrill, L., & Wheeler, S. (November, 2018). Using moral foundations to assess stereotype formation: Americans’ perceptions of immigrants and refugees. Presented at National Communication Association Annual Conference. Sal Lake City, UT. (Top Paper Award, Social Cognition Division).

Panek, E. T., Hollenbach, C., Yang, J., & Rhodes, T. (May, 2018). The effects of group size and time on the formation of online communities: Evidence from Reddit. Presented at The International Communication Association Annual Conference, Prague, Czechia.

Panek, E. T., Yang, J., & Harrison, W. (May, 2018). The voice(s) of Reddit: Exploring the effects of new entrants on the content of online discussions. Presented at The International Communication Association Annual Conference, Prague, Czechia.

Panek, E. T. (March, 2018). How we talk about smartphones and social media. Invited talk given at Innernerds. New York City, NY.

2017

Panek, E. T., Toma, C., Choi, M., & Nardis, Y. (November, 2017). Who needs likes?: Emotional reactions to social feedback on Twitter and Instagram. Presented at National Communication Association Annual Conference. Dallas, TX.

Panek, E. T., Hollenbach, C., Yang, J., & Rhodes, T. (July, 2017). Growth and inequality of participation in online communities: A longitudinal analysis. Presented at the Social Media & Society Annual Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada.

Panek, E. T. (March, 2017). Consciousness, Content, and Community: A multi-faceted approach to understanding social media. Invited talk given at The University of Wisconsin, Madison.

2016

Panek, E. T., Khang, H. Liu, Y. (November, 2016). Profiles of problematic smartphone users: Antecedents and consequences of problematic phone use among U.S. and South Korean college students. To be presented at the National Communication Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Panek, E. T., Nardis, Y., Auverset, L. (November, 2016). It’s all about me (or us): Displays of sociality on social media as they relate to narcissism. To be presented at the National Communication Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

Panek, E. (October, 2016). An attribute-based approach to understanding qualities of discourse on social media. To be presented at the Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Berlin, Germany.

2015

Panek, E. (May, 2015). High-choice revisited: An experimental analysis of the dynamics of news selection in high-choice media environments. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

2014

Panek, E. (May, 2014). Choosing when to choose: A field observational study of planned, unplanned, and ritual media use. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Seattle, WA.

Panek, E., Bayer, J., Dal Cin, S., & Campbell, S. (May, 2014). Comparing more and less conscious psychological predictors of dangerous texting behaviors. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Seattle, WA.

2013

Panek, E., Nardis, Y., & Konrath, S. (June, 2013). Mirror or Megaphone?: How relationships between narcissism and social networking site use differ on Facebook and Twitter . Presented at the International Communication Association Conference, London, UK.

2012

Panek, E. (May, 2012). Left to their own devices: College students’ ‘guilty pleasure’ media use and time management. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Phoenix, AZ.

2011

Panek, E. (May, 2011). The Self, controlled: Selection tendencies in the new media environment and their implications for individuals and society. Presented at the Communication and Technology Division Doctoral Consortium at the International Communication Association Conference, Boston, MA.

2010

Panek, E. (October, 2010). The immediate media: How instant gratification and the expansion of leisure options affect our everyday choices and lives. Presented at the University of Michigan Department of Psychology Decision Consortium, Ann Arbor, MI.

Panek, E. (September, 2010). Serial narratives and viewing demands roundtable. Presented at Flow Conference, Austin, TX.

Panek, E. (September, 2010). Dividing attention: The effects of commercial interruptions on the affective experience of viewing and comprehending complex televisual narratives. Presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Singapore.

Panek, E. (May, 2010). Mood machines: The new roles of emotion, ritual, and distraction in media selection. Presented at Medium to Medium Symposium, Evanston, IL.

2009

Neuman, W. R., Park, Y. J., & Panek, E. (September, 2009). Tracking the flow of information into the home: An empirical assessment of the digital revolution in the U.S. from 1960 – 2005. Presented at the Telecommunications, Policy, and Research Conference, Arlington, VA.

2008

Panek, E. (September, 2008). Producing audiences through television metrics. Presented at Flow Conference, Austin, TX.

Panek, E. (March, 2008). Enhanced structuralism: Mapping the range of audience knowledge over the course of a film narrative. Presented at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference, Philadelphia, PA.

2007

Panek, E. (April, 2007). The career of the online motion picture maker. Presented at the Media in Transition conference, Cambridge, MA.

Panek, E. (April, 2007). Audiences and the science fiction border text: The persistence of diverse interpretations and categorizations of Donnie Darko. Presented as the Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference, Boston, MA.

2005

Panek, E. (October, 2005). From dictation to servitude: A history of audience research at the BBC. Presented at the Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Panek, E. (October, 2005). Pleas for sympathy: Examining the ethics of issue oriented documentary. Presented at the Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Panek, E. (October, 2005). Flat fact and fairy tale: Genre equivocation in A.I.: Artificial Intelligence. Presented at the Midwest Popular Culture Association Conference, St. Louis, MO.

Panek, E. (September, 2005). Translating politics: English-Language Chinese media’s framing of the war in Iraq. Presented at Transnationalism in the Age of Terror Symposium, Austin, TX.