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  1. 1. Alison Kelchen Annotated Bibliography Cornerstone November 17, 2014 1. Riedl, R.; Mohr. P.; Kenning, P.; Davis. F.; Heekeren, H:. (2014) Trusting humans and avatars: A brain imaging study based on evolution theory. Journal Of Management Information Systems. Spring 2014; Available from: Business Source Complete, Ipswich, MA. Accessed November 9, 2014. 2. Primary, Scholarly Journal Article. 3. There are five authors in this article and they are all working together. René Riedel is one of the five authors. He was a guest researcher and guest professorat universities in the United States. Peter N.C. Mohr studied psychology and his research interests included behavioral modeling of decision process. Peter H. Kenning was a professor of marketing at Zeppelin University. His main studies were customer behavior, and neuroeconomics. Fred D. Davis research included technology- supported decision-making. Lastly, Hauke R, Heekeren studies are the effect of drugs on cognitive and affective purposes. They created this source to show what results they found by doing different researches. They made this to inform people what online avatar is. The audience could really be anyone, especially anyone else doing research on this topic. The main ideas are that the research found that avatar based communication will increase interpersonal trust in anonymous online environments. 4. The results they found by doing this research was that people are better able to predict the trustworthiness of humans than the trustworthiness of avatars. Another fact they found was that decision making about whether or not to trust another actor. Which proves that the brain area is the importance for the prediction of other individuals’ thoughts and intentions. I think these facts do add up to credibility. I read the abstract of the article and found that they did find some information on avatar and how it can affect a person if they have had experience with an online avatar. 5. I plan on using this information to explain how an online avatar can affect a person if they ever go through that experience. This article does a good job explaining how the mind works when dealing with trustworthiness and trusting someone you don’t know online. So I think I could touch base with the brain and trustworthiness a little bit in my presentation.
  2. 2. 1. Peterson, H. (2013, January 17). The Wonder of Online Identities. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article- 2264053/Catfishing-The-phenomenon-Internet-scammers-fabricate-online- identities-entire-social-circles-trick-people-romantic-relationships.html 2. Secondary, Newspaper Article 3. The author of this article is Hayley Peterson. Hayley is a reporter for Business Insider’s retail section. She previously worked as a White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner in Washington, D. C. She has multiple reporter experiences such as the ones I just mentioned but also state government reporter. She created this article to inform people what catfishing online is and how it works basically. Throughout this article she shares multiple stories, regarding online catfishing. The audience for this article could be anyone that is interested in catfishing and also anyone using the Internet and should be informed how dangerous and disappointing online dating can be. Even though the URL looks fake, this is a British national daily newspaper. 4. In this article they define what the term ‘catfish’ means, they say it is, to pretend to be someone you’re not online by posting false information, such as someone else’s pictures, on social media sites, usually with the intent of getting someone to fall in love with you. This is important to know when reading this article because the article is different experiences they have had with catfishing. Every experience is the definition of what they clam to be, catfish. I think this author is creditable because her background of reporting sounds very high up and very reasonable. Although the URL looks fake, this is a British national daily newspaper, so it’s the same as New York Times for us. So I think this newspaper and also the author is creditable. 5. In my presentation I might use some of the pictures of the people meeting whom they think is the love of their life, to show how catfishing happened. Also I will use the definition in my speech that they defined. I could also use some of the examples of how you need to be cautions with online dating and such from this article.
  3. 3. 1. Hancock, J., Toma, C., & Ellison, N. (2007, May 3). The Truth about Lying in Online Dating Profiles. Pages 449- 452. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1240697 2. Primary, Book 3. There are three authors to this article, the first being, Jeffrey Hancock. He is a professor at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. His research has two types of language phenomenon, verbal irony and deception. Catalina Toma is also a professor at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Her studies consist of how people understand and relate to one another when interacting via communication technologies, online dating and such. Nicole Ellison is a professor at University of Michigan. Her focus is on issues around self- presentation in the online dating environments. This paper was created to evaluate dishonesty in this context by comparing online daters’ profile information with their actual, observed characteristics. The audience of this paper is people researching and wanting to know more about online dating and the risks of it. 4. I think this book supports the authors very well. Throughout the whole section of the book I was focused on the authors had plenty of information that was exactly what the section was about so I find the authors very creditable. Because the authors have the background of researching this topic in the past I think the evidence in this section of the book supports the authors claims. 5. I am going to use this in my presentation by talking about the three main things they talk about in this section of the book. The three things they research in this are the frequency of deception in online dating profiles, the magnitude of the lies, and gender differences in the making of dishonesty. They did more of an experiment to figure out them three things so I can explain what they did to find this information too.
  4. 4. 1. Caramanica, J. (2013, June 24). Being Had, and Letting the World See You Fall. Retrieved November 18, 2014, from http://www.nytimes.com/2013/06/25/arts/television/catfish-begins-its-second- season-on-mtv.html?_r=0 2. Secondary, Newspaper Article 3. Jon Caramanica is the author of this newspaper article. When I looked up Jon Caramanica a ton of articles came up and they were all submitted and available to view at the New York Times Newspaper. He created this article to explain to people how easy it is to lie online about your appearance, or even your age. They mention in this article that people lie all the time about their age to get access to a website they want to get into. This article explains if its that easy to get assess to a website, its even easier to be someone your not online. So this article I would say would be for anyone thinking about or going though online dating. 4. I think this article is very creditable because in the article he does a little interview with Nev Schulman, which is one of the main hosts for the TV Show: Catfish. So I feel like it is creditable because it is coming straight from the source that was there, the primary source. In this article the hosts are asking previous catfishers their experiences and how they reacted when they met the love of their lives. I feel like it can be creditable both the author and the authors claims because most of it is directly from one of the main hosts of the TV show. 5. I could talk about some example things they used in the article. For instance, in some instances it is taken out of proportion, once a group of friends cat fished their friend then eventually had a date with this friend of theirs but they recorded it and posted it online all over, this case was the first case to every be taken to court.
  5. 5. 1. Toma, C., & Hancock, J. (2010, April 7). Looks and Lies: The Role of Physically Attractiveness in Online Dating Self Presentation and Deception. Retrieved November 19, 2014, from http://crx.sagepub.com/content/37/3/335.full.pdf html 2. Primary, Journal Article 3. The authors of this article are Catalina Toma and Jeffrey Hancock. Toma is a PhD candidate in the Department of Communication at Cornell University. Her research examines the effect of new communication technologies on social developments. She is also apart of the Department of Communication Art at the University of Wisconsin- Madison as an assistant professor. Hancock is an associate professor in the Department of Communication at Cornell University. His research examines social interactions. They created this article to show people the studies they did. They examined the role of online daters’ physical attractiveness in their profile self- presentation. Any one else looking to do research over online dating could refer to this article to get ideas on how they could collect data and do an experiment. I also think this article does a good job at explaining the results, which are 80% of online users use some type of false information on their profile, so it see this as a very good source for parents to show their children. 4. I find this article and the authors very creditable because they both are professors in the field of this research. Another reason I think these authors are creditable is because I also have a previous article from them above so they have done multiple researched regarding this topic. Another thing this article has is a lot of references at the end of it, which is a good sign because that means they got a lot of their information from other sources too, making it have even more information, and from a variety. 5. I could use this whole research in my speech because it gives a lot of informational things and data about online dating and how dangerous and how much false information there is online. I think people need to know the real facts of online use, with that being said, this article does a lot of telling the audience what they found in doing this research.

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