Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Taylor, L. D., Gil-Lopez, T. (2020). Personality Traits and Fans’ Motives for Attention to fictional narratives in Dunn (Ed.) Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Media Fandom. IGI Global.

Gil-Lopez, T., Shen, C., Benefield, G. A., Palomares, N. A., Kosinski, M., & Stillwell, D (2018). One Size Fits All: Context Collapse, Self-Presentation Strategies and Language Styles on Facebook. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication. (link)

Gil-Lopez, T., Ahmed, S., & Taylor, L. D. (2017). Understanding Fandom in the Multilingual Internet: A Study of “El Clásico” Fans’ Commenting Behavior on YouTube. International Journal of Sport Communication10(1), 17-33. (link)

Hilbert, M., James, R.G., Gil-Lopez, T., Jiang, K., Zhou, Y. (2018). The Complementary Importance of Static Structure and Temporal Dynamics in Spontaneous Teamwork Communication. Human Communication Research, hqy008. (link)

CONFERENCE PAPERS & PRESENTATIONS

Gil-Lopez, T., Makhortykh, M., Urman, A. Do (not!) track me: Relationship between willingness to participate and representativeness of online information behavior tracking research. ECREA Braga, 2021

Gil-Lopez, T. Mediated protest in the digital era: exploring the evolution of mainstream coverage of social protest from 1997 to 2017. ICA Annual Convention, Gold Coast, 2020.

Gil-Lopez, T. Mobilizing alienation: An empirical test of the relationship between populist-radical-right attitudes and citizen’s willingness to engage in contentious participatory behaviors through exposure to alternative media. 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), Berlin, 2020

Maier, M., Gil-Lopez, T., Welzenbach-Vogel, I.C., Christner, C., Zinkernagel, A., Adam, S., Schmitt, M., Tilmann, E. Assessing the populist radical-right potential. Introducing a typology of explicit and implicit PRR attitudes for Germany and Switzerland. 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP), Berlin, 2020

Makhortykh, M., Urman, A., Gil-Lopez, T., & Ulloa, R. To track or not to track: Examining perceptions of online tracking in the context of information behaviour research. ICA Annual Convention, Gold Coast, 2020.

Makhortykh, M., Urman, A., Gil-Lopez, T., & Ulloa, R. Would you kindly let us track you? Examining perceptions of online tracking in the context of information behaviour research. The 9th biennial Surveillance & Society conference of the Surveillance Studies Network (SSN2020), Rotterdam, 2020.

Makhortykh, M., Urman, A., Christner, C., & Gil-Lopez, T. Veritas ex machina: A critical review of automated approaches for detecting political disinformation online. Digikomm, Berlin, 2019.

Aigenseer, V., Adam, S., Maier, M., Urman, A., Christner, C., Makhortykh, M., & Gil-Lopez, T. WebTrack – tracking users’ online information behavior while screen-scraping content. International Conference on Computational Social Science, IC2S2, Amsterdam, 2019.

Gil-Lopez, T. Protest in the digital era: a preliminary examination of the evolution of mainstream portrayals of social protest. Political Communication Division Graduate Student Preconference. ICA Annual Convention, Washington, 2019.

Taylor, L. & Gil-Lopez, T. Personality Traits and Fans’ Motives for Attention to Fictional Narratives. Accepted to NCA Annual Convention, 2018.

Gil-Lopez, T., Shen, C., Benefield, G. A., Palomares, N. A., Kosinski, M., & Stillwell, D. One Size Fits All: Context Collapse, Self-Presentation Strategies and Language Styles on Facebook. NCA Annual Convention, Dallas, 2017 & International Conference on Computational Social Science, IC2S2, Cologne, 2017.

Gil-Lopez, T., & Ahmed, S. Communicating fandom in the multilingual Internet: a case study of sport fandom communities and the online expression of dissent in the context of ‘El Clásico’. ICA Annual Convention, San Diego, 2017.

Hilbert, M., James, R.G., Gil-Lopez, T., Jiang, K., Zhou, Y. The Predictability of Communication Patterns in Spontaneous Teamwork. International Conference on Computational Social Science, IC2S2, 2017.

Hilbert, M., James, R.G., Gil-Lopez, T., Jiang, K., Zhou, Y. The Predictability of Communication Patterns in Spontaneous Teamwork. ICA Annual Convention, 2017.

Alexopoulos, C., Taylor, L., & Gil-Lopez, T. “My Celebrity Blocked Me on Twitter Again”: A Content Analysis of Celebrity Worshippers’ Online Forum Posts. ICA Annual Convention, 2017.

Alexopoulos, C., Khan, S., DeAngelo, T., Gil-Lopez, T., Wingate, V. S., & Feng, B. Reducing Stigma of Depression through Linguistic Agency: A Multi-National Study. ICA Annual Convention, 2017.

Palomares, N. A., Richards, A., Gil-Lopez, T., Alexopoulos, C. The representations of goals and their dimensionality in conversation. NCA Annual Convention, 2016. Top Papers in Communication and Social Cognition

Palomares, N. A., Dailey, R., Crook, B., Glowacki, E., Alexopoulos, C., & Gil-Lopez, T. The Role of Goal Understanding in Influence Attempts of Health Behaviors. NCA Annual Convention, Las Vegas, 2015.