David Huffaker

David Huffaker is a Quantitative User Experience Researcher. His research focuses on understanding communication and social behavior to inform the design of HCI. He holds a Ph.D. in Media, Technology and Society from Northwestern University.

Google Publications

Previous Publications

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    Dimensions of Leadership and Social Influence in Online Communities

    David Huffaker

    Human Communication Research, vol. 36(4) (2010), pp. 593-617

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    Seller Activity in Virtual Marketplaces

    David Huffaker, Matthew Simmons, Eytan Bakshy, Lada Adamic

    First Monday, vol. 15(7) (2010)

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    The social behaviors of experts in massive multiplayer online role-playing games

    David Huffaker, Jing Wang, Jeffrey Treem, Muhammad Ahmad, Lindsay Fullerton, Marshall Scott Poole, Noshir Contractor

    . International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE '09) (2009), pp. 326 - 331

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    Motivating Online Expertise-Sharing for Informal Learning: The Influence of Age and Tenure in Knowledge Organization

    David Huffaker, Jennifer Lai

    7th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT07), 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy (2007)

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    The Language of Online Leadership: Gender and Youth Engagement on the Internet

    Justine Cassell, David Huffaker, Dona Tversky, Kim Ferriman

    Developmental Psychology, vol. 42(3) (2006), pp. 436-449

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    Gender, Identity and Language Use in Teenage Blogs

    David Huffaker, Sandra Calvert

    Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, vol. 10(2) (2005)

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    The educated blogger: Using weblogs to promote literacy in the classroom

    David Huffaker

    First Monday, vol. 9(6) (2004)