Boren, J. P. (2014). The relationships between co-rumination, social support, stress, and burnout among working adults. Management Communication Quarterly, 26, 3-25. doi: 10.1177/0893318913509283. This recognition was given to researchers of highly-read/cited articles published in Sage Journals. I was asked to record a 10 minute video about the article for inclusion on the Sage website.
Top Paper in Organizational Communication
International Communication Association Presented at the annual meeting, London UK for the competitively-selected paper: Worker co-rumination mediates the relationships between social support and stress and burnout. Papers were first selected for the conference (~30% acceptance) and then the top-scoring papers were submitted to a panel of experts to select the top 4 papers in Organizational Communication.
Top Paper in Health Communication
Western States Communication Association Presented at the annual meeting, Albuquerque, NM for the competitive-selected paper: Affectionate communication can suppress immunity: Trait affection predicts antibody titers to latent Epstein-Barr virus.
Top Paper in Nonverbal Communication
National Communication Association. Presented at the annual meeting, San Antonio, TX for the competitive-selected paper: Synchrony and reciprocity of nonverbal behaviors between romantic partners during conflicts.
Top Paper in LGBTQ Studies
National Communication Association. Presented at the annual meeting, Chicago, IL for the competitively-selected paper: Coming out in the workplace: The influence of norm violations on employees’ perceptions of homosexual managers’ credibility. This paper was based on my MA thesis and was selected as the top paper (among all student and non-student papers) by the Caucus on LGBTQ Concerns.