Academic Profile

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Asst Prof Kim Nu ri
Assistant Professor

  • Broadening minds through intergroup contact: A test of a new scale for representative thinking

  • Strengthening the Social Fabric of Singapore: Perspectives From Intergroup Contact Theory (PICTO)
  • Chung, M. & Kim, N. (2020). When I learn the news is false: How fact-checking information stems spread of fake news via third-person perception. Human Communication Research, in press.

  • Kim, N., Kim, H. K., Wojcieszak, M., Igartua, J.-J., & Lim, C. M. (2019). The presence of the protagonist: Explaining narrative perspective effects through social presence. Media Psychology, in press.

  • Kim, N., Fishkin, J., & Luskin, R. (2018). Intergroup contact in deliberative contexts: Evidence from Deliberative Polls. Journal of Communication, 68, 1029-1051. https://10.1093/joc/jqy056

  • Kim, N. & Wojcieszak, M. (2018). Intergroup contact through online comments: Effects of direct and extended contact on outgroup attitudes. Computers in Human Behavior, 81, 63-72.

  • Kim, N., Krosnick, J., & Lelkes, Y. (2018). Race of interviewer effects in telephone surveys preceding the 2008 U.S. Presidential Election. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 31, 220-242. https://10.1093/ijpor/edy005

  • Wojcieszak, M. & Kim, N. (2016). How to improve attitudes toward disliked groups: The effects of narrative versus numerical evidence on political persuasion. Communication Research, 43, 785-809. https://10.1177/0093650215618480

  • Kim, N. (2016). Beyond rationality: The role of anger and information in deliberation. Communication Research, 43, 3-24. https://10.1177/0093650213510943

  • Kim, N., Krosnick, J., & Casasanto, D. (2015). Moderators of candidate name order effects in elections. Political Psychology, 36, 525-542. https://10.1111/pops.12178