Panek, E., Harrison, W., & Hou, J. (2019). Change by default: Exploring the effects of a sudden influx of newcomers on the discourse of r/TwoXChromosomes. First Monday, 24(10). Link


Panek, E., Hollenbach, C., Yang, J., & Rhodes, T. (2018). The Effects of Group Size and Time on the Formation of Online Communities: Evidence From Reddit. Social Media & Society. pdf

Panek, E., Nardis, Y., & Averset, L. (2018). It’s all about me (or us): Facebook post frequency & focus as related to narcissism. The Journal of Social Media in Society, 7(2). pdf

Nardis Y., & Panek, E. (2018). Explaining Privacy Control on Instagram and Twitter: The Roles of Narcissism and Self-Esteem. Communication Research Reports. pdf

Panek, E., Khang, H., Liu, Y., & Chae, Y. (2018). Profiles of Problematic Smartphone Users: A Comparison of South Korean and U.S. College Students. Korea Observer 49(3), 437-464. pdf


Panek, E. (2016). High-Choice Revisited: An Experimental Analysis of the Dynamics of News Selection Behavior in High-Choice Media Environments. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly. pdf

Bayer, J. B., Dal Cin, S., Campbell, S. W., & Panek, E. (2016). Consciousness and Self‐Regulation in Mobile Communication. Human Communication Research, 42(1), 71-97. pdf


Panek, E. T., Bayer, J. B., Dal Cin, S., & Campbell, S. W. (2015). Automaticity, mindfulness, and self-control as predictors of dangerous texting behavior. Mobile Media & Communication, 3(3), 383-400. pdf

Choi, M., Panek, E. T., Nardis, Y., & Toma, C. L. (2015). When social media isn’t social: Friends’ responsiveness to narcissists on Facebook. Personality and Individual Differences, 77, 209-214. pdf


Panek, E. (2014). Evidence for the effects of parental mediation and childhood media use on US college students' social media use. Journal of Children and Media, 8(2), 127-145.

Panek, E. (2014). "Show, don't tell": Considering the utility of diagrams as a tool for understanding complex narratives. In W. Buckland's (Ed.) Hollywood Puzzle Films. London: Routledge, 72-88. 


Panek, E. T., Nardis, Y., & Konrath, S. (2013). Mirror or Megaphone?: How relationships between narcissism and social networking site use differ on Facebook and Twitter. Computers in Human Behavior, 29(5), 2004-2012. pdf

Panek, E. (2013). Left to their own devices: College students’“guilty pleasure” media use and time management. Communication Research. pdf


Neuman, W. R., Park, Y. J., & Panek, E. (2012). Info Capacity| Tracking the Flow of Information into the Home: An Empirical Assessment of the Digital Revolution in the US from 1960–2005. International Journal of Communication, 6, 20. pdf


Panek, E. (2006). The poet and the detective: Defining the psychological puzzle film. Film Criticism, 31(1/2), 62. pdf