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Liesel Sharabi conducts research on interpersonal communication in the digital age. The primary focus of her work is on the intersection of communication technologies and romantic relationships. Some of her recent studies have used longitudinal, experimental, and content analytic methods to explore relationship initiation and development practices on online dating platforms. She is also interested in multimodality, where her emphasis is on the integration between technology use and face-to-face interaction.
Sharabi’s research has been published in journals such as Communication Monographs, Human Communication Research, Journal of Communication, and Communication Research, and featured in media outlets like New York Magazine, Men’s Health, the BBC, and The Huffington Post. She also blogs about relationships and technology for Psychology Today.
Prior to joining the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, she was an assistant professor and Director of the Relationships and Technology Lab at West Virginia University. More information can be found on her website.