Journal Articles

  1. Bazarova, N. N., Taft, J., Choi, Y., Cosley, D. (2013). Managing impressions and relationships on Facebook: Self-presentational and relational concerns revealed through the analysis of language style. Journal of Language and Social Psychology. [PDF] [SAGE]

  2. Cosley, D., Sosik, V. S., Schultz, J., Peesapati, S. T., Lee, S. (2012). Experiences with designing tools for everyday reminiscing. HCI. [PDF] [HCI]

  3. Black, L. W., Welser, H. T., Cosley, D., DeGroot, J. M. (2011). Self-Governance Through Group Discussion in Wikipedia: Measuring Deliberation in Online Groups. Small Group Research, 42(5), 595-634. [PDF] [SGR]

  4. Halpern, M. K., Evjen, M., Cosley, D., Lin, M., Tseou, S., Horowitz, E., Peesapati, T., Gay, G. (2011). SunDial: Embodied informal science education using GPS. Mediekulture, 27(50), 48-65. [PDF] [Mediekulture]

  5. Farina, C. R., Newhart, M., Cardie, C., Cosley, D. (2011). Rulemaking 2.0. University of Miami Law Review, 65(2). [PDF] [SSRN]

  6. Farina, C. R., Newhart, M., Miller, P., Cardie, C., Cosley, D., Vernon, R. (2011). Rulemaking in 140 Characters or Less: Social Networking and Public Participation in Rulemaking. Pace Law Review, January 2011. [PDF] [SSRN]

  7. Crandall, D., Backstrom, L., Cosley, D., Suri, S., Huttenlocher, D., Kleinberg, J. (2010). Inferring Social Ties from Geographic Coincidences. Proc. National Academy of Sciences. [PDF] [PNAS]

  8. Yuan, Y. C., Cosley, D., Ling, X., Welser, T., Gay, G. (2009). The Diffusion of a Task Recommendation System to Facilitate Contributions to an Online Community. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 15(1). [PDF] [HTML] [Wiley]

  9. Ling, K., Beenen, G., Ludford, P., Wang, X., Chang, K., Li, X., Cosley, D., Frankowski, D., Terveen, L., Rashid, A. M., Resnick, P., Kraut, R. (2005). Using social psychology to motivate contributions to online communities. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 10(4). [HTML]

  10. Lattanzi, M., Cosley, D. (1999). Poser: An Online Reviewing Tool in Java. CS Ed. J., Spring 1999. [PDF] [PS]

Full Conference Papers

Conference acceptance rates are listed in parentheses, where known.

  1. Gao, G., Xu, B., Cosley, D., Fussell, S. (2014). How Beliefs about the Presence of Machine Translation Impact Multilingual Collaborations. CSCW 2014. [Links after conference]

  2. Warncke-Wang, M., Cosley, D., Riedl, J. (2013). Tell Me More: An Actionable Quality Model for Wikipedia. WikiSym 2013. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  3. Sharma, A., Cosley, D. (2013). Do Social Explanations Work? Studying and Modeling the Effects of Social Explanations in Recommender Systems. WWW 2013. (15%) [PDF] [WWW]

  4. Gao, G., Wang, H.-C., Cosley, D., Fussell, S. (2013). Same Translation but Different Experience: The Effects of Highlighting on Machine-Translated Conversations. CHI 2013. (20%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  5. Khovanskaya, V., Baumer, E., Cosley, D., Voida, S., Gay, G. ``Everybody Knows What You're Doing'': A Critical Design Approach to Personal Informatics. CHI 2013. (20%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  6. Zhao, X., Salehi, N., Naranjit, S., Alwaalan, S., Voida, S., Cosley, D. (2013). The Many Faces of Facebook: Experiencing Social Media as Performance, Exhibition, and Personal Archive. CHI 2013. (20%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  7. Wang, H.-C., Fussell, S., Cosley, D. (2013). Machine Translation vs. Common Language: Effects on Idea Exchange in Cross-Lingual Groups. CSCW 2013. (36%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  8. Yuan, C. W., Setlock, L., Fussell, S., Cosley, D. (2013). Understanding informal communication in multlingual contexts. CSCW 2013. (36%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  9. Zhao, X., Sosik, V. S., Cosley, D. (2012). It's Complicated: How Romantic Partners Use Facebook. CHI 2012. (23%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  10. Sosik, V. S., Zhao, X., Cosley, D. (2012). See Friendship, Sort of: How Conversation and Digital Traces Might Support Reflection on Friendships. CSCW 2012. (39%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  11. Zhao, O. J., Ng, T., Cosley, D. (2012). No forests without trees: particulars and patterns in visualizing personal communication. iConference 2012. (32%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  12. Wang, H.-C., Fussell, S., Cosley, D. (2011). From Diversity to Creativity: Stimulating Group Brainstorming with Cultural Differences and Conversationally-Retrieved Pictures. CSCW 2011. (22%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  13. Welser, H. T., Cosley, D., Kossinets, G., Lin, A., Dokshin, F., Gay, G., Smith, M. (2011). Finding Social Roles in Wikipedia. iConference 2011. (63%, best paper award) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  14. Cosley, D., Huttenlocher, D., Kleinberg, J., Lan, X., Suri, S. (2010). Sequential influence models in Social Networks. ICSWM 2010. (19%) Note that I am the beneficiary of alphabetical ordering on this one; Sid Suri was the main driver. [PDF] [AIII]

  15. Peesapati, S. T., Schwanda, V., Schultz, J., Lepage, M., Jeong, S., Cosley, D. (2010). Pensieve: Supporting Everyday Reminiscence. CHI 2010. (22%) Note, Peesapati and Schwanda are co-first authors. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  16. Thom-Santelli, J., Cosley, D., Gay, G. (2010). What Do You Know? Experts, Novices and Territoriality in Collaborative Systems. CHI 2010. (22%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  17. Cosley, D., Baxter, J., Lee, S., Alson, B., Adams, P., Nomura, S., Sarabu, C., Gay, G. (2009). MobiTags: Supporting Semantic, Spatial, and Social Interaction in Museum Spaces. CHI 2009. (25%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  18. Leshed, G., Perez, D., Hancock, J. H., Cosley, D., Birnholtz, J., Lee, S., McLeod, P. L., Gay, G. (2009). Visualizing real-time language-based feedback on teamwork behavior in computer-mediated groups. CHI 2009. (25%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  19. Crandall, D., Cosley, D., Huttenlocher, D., Kleinberg, J., Suri, S. (2008). Feedback effects between similarity and social influence in online communities. In KDD 2008. (10%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  20. Cosley, D., Lewenstein, J., Herman, A., Holloway, J., Baxter, J., Nomura, S., Boehner, K., Gay, G. (2008). ArtLinks: Fostering Social Awareness and Reflection in Museums. CHI 2008. (22%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  21. Cosley, D., Frankowski, D., Terveen, L., Riedl, J. (2007). SuggestBot: Using Intelligent Task Routing to Help People Find Work in Wikipedia. IUI 2007. (22%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  22. Sen, S., Lam, S. K., Rashid, A., Cosley, D., Frankowski, D., Osterhouse, J., Harper, F. M., Riedl, J. (2006). tagging, communities, vocabulary, evolution. CSCW 2006. (22%, best paper award) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  23. Frankowski, D., Cosley, D., Sen, S., Terveen, L., Riedl, J. (2006). You Are What You Say: Privacy Risks of Public Mentions. SIGIR 2006. (19%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  24. Cosley, D., Frankowski, D., Terveen, L., Riedl, J. (2006). Using Intelligent Task Routing and Contribution Review to Help Communities Build Artifacts of Lasting Value. CHI 2006. (24%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  25. Cosley, D., Frankowski, D., Kiesler, S., Terveen, L., Riedl, J. (2005). How Oversight Improves Member-Maintained Communities. CHI 2005. Portland, OR. (25%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  26. Ludford, P., Cosley, D., Frankowski, D., Terveen, L. (2004). Think Different: Increasing Online Community Participation Using Uniqueness and Group Dissimilarity. CHI 2004, pp. 631-638. (16%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  27. Cosley, D., Lam, S. K., Albert, I., Konstan, J., Riedl, J. (2003). Is Seeing Believing? How Recommender Systems Influence Users. Opinions. CHI 2003, Fort Lauderdale, pp. 585-592. (16%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  28. Cosley, D., Ludford, P., Terveen, L. (2003). Studying the Effect of Similarity in Online Task-Focused Interactions. GROUP 2003, Sanibel Island, FL, pp. 321-329. (35%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  29. Lam, S. K., Pennock, D. M., Cosley, D., Lawrence, S. (2003). 1 Billion Pages = 1 Million Dollars? Mining the Web to Play "Who Wants to be a Millionaire?" UAI 2003, Acapulco, pp. 337-345. (33%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  30. Cosley, D., Lawrence, S., Pennock, D. M. (2002). REFEREE: An open framework for practical testing of recommender systems using ResearchIndex. VLDB 2002, Hong Kong, pp. 35-46. (16%) [PDF] [VLDB]

  31. McNee, S., Albert, I., Cosley, D., Gopalkrishnan, P., Lam, S. K., Rashid, A. M., Konstan, J., Riedl, J. (2002). On the Recommending of Citations for Research Papers. CSCW2002, pp. 116-125. (20%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  32. Goecks, J., Cosley, D. (2002). NuggetMine: Intelligent Groupware for Opportunistically Sharing Information Nuggets. IUI 2002, San Francisco, CA, pp. 106-113. (33%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  33. Rashid, A. M., Albert, I., Cosley, D., Lam, S. K., McNee, S., Konstan, J.A., Riedl, J. (2002). Getting to Know You: Learning New User Preferences in Recommender Systems. IUI 2002, pp. 127-134. (33%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  34. O'Connor, M., Cosley, D., Konstan, J. A., Riedl, J. (2001). PolyLens: A Recommender System for Groups of Users. ECSCW 2001, Bonn, Germany, pp. 199-218. (19%) [PDF] [Springer]

Short Conference Papers

  1. Sharma, A., Gemici, M., Cosley, D. (2013). Friends, Strangers, and the Value of Ego Networks for Recommendation. ICWSM 2013. [PDF] [AAAI].

  2. Cheng, J., Cosley, D. (2013). How annotation styles influence content and preferences. HyperText 2013. (17%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  3. Sharma, A., Cosley, D. (2011). Network-Centric Recommendation: Personalization with and in Social Networks. SocialCom 2011. (10%) [PDF] [IEEE DL]

  4. Schwanda, V., Ibara, S., Reynolds, L., Cosley, D. (2011). Side effects and 'gateway' tools: advocating a broader look at evaluating persuasive systems. CHI 2011. (26%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  5. Cheng, J., Cosley, D. (2010). kultagg: ludic design for tagging interfaces. GROUP 2010. (27%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  6. Peesapati, S. T., Schwanda, V., Schultz, J., Cosley, D. (2010). Triggering memories with online maps. ASIST 2010. (30%) [PDF]

  7. Peesapati, S. T., Wang, H-C., Cosley, D. (2010). Intercultural human-photo encounters: How cultural similarity affects perceiving and tagging photographs. ACM International Conference on Intercultural Collaboration (ICIC 2010). (39%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  8. Wang, H.-C., Cosley, D., Fussell, S.R. (2010). IdeaExpander: Supporting Group Brainstorming with Conversationally Triggered Visual Thinking Stimuli. CSCW 2010. Savannah, GA. (20%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  9. Cosley, D., Akey, K., Alson, B., Baxter, J., Broomfield, M., Lee, S., Sarabu, C. (2009). Using Technologies to Support Reminscence. BCS HCI 2009. Cambridge, UK. [PDF]

  10. Thom-Santelli, J., Cosley, D., Gay, G. (2009). What's Mine is Mine: Territoriality in Collaborative Authoring. CHI 2009. (25%) [PDF] [ACM DL]

  11. Leshed, G., Hancock, J., Cosley, D., McLeod, P., Gay G. (2007). Feedback for Guiding Reflection on Teamwork Practices. GROUP 2007, Sanibel Island, FL. (29%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

  12. Shami, N. S., Yuan, Y. C., Cosley, D., Xia, L., Gay, G. (2007). That's what friends are for: Facilitating "Who Knows What" Across Group Boundaries. GROUP 2007, Sanibel Island, FL. (29%) [PDF] [PS] [ACM DL]

Other Refereed and Edited Publications

  1. Sharma, A., Malu, M., Cosley, D. (2011). PopCore: A system for Network-Centric Recommendations. In Proceedings of the 3rd Workshop on Recommender Systems and the Social Web. [PDF]

  2. Welser, H. T., Underwood, P., Cosley, D., Hansen, D., Black, L. (2010). Wiki-Networks: Networks of Creativity and Collaboration. Hansen, D., Shneiderman, B., Smith, M. (Eds.), Analyzing Social Media Networks with NodeXL, Morgan Kaufmann. [Elsevier]

  3. Leshed, G., Cosley, D., Hancock, J. T., Gay, G. (2010). Visualizing Language Use in Team Conversations: Designing Through Theory, Experiments, and Iterations. CHI 2010 Design Case Study. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  4. Cosley, D., Schwanda, V., Peesapati, S. T., Schultz, J., Baxter, J. (2009). Experiences with a publicly deployed tool for reminiscing. Reminiscence Systems Workshop 2009, Cambridge, UK. [PDF]

  5. Yuan, Y. C., Cosley, D. Ling, X., Welser, T. The Diffusion of a Task Recommendation System to Facilitate Contributions to an Online Community. (2009) International Communication Association. [PDF]

  6. Welser, H. T., Cosley, D. Kossinets, G., Lin, A., Dokshin, F., Gay, G., Smith, M. (2008). Finding social roles in Wikipedia. American Sociological Association, Boston. [PDF] [PS] [AllAcademic]

  7. Black, L. W., Welser, H. T., DeGroot, J. M., Cosley, D. (2008). 'Wikipedia is not a democracy': Deliberation and Policy-Making in an Online Community. International Communication Association, Montreal. [PDF] [PS] [AllAcademic]

  8. Nobarany, S., Haraty, M., Cosley, D. (2008). GePuTTIS: General Purpose Transitive Trust Inference System For Social Networks. AAAI Social Information Processing Spring Symposium. [PDF] [PS] [AAAI]

  9. Yuan, Y. C., Cosley, D., Welser, H. (2007). The Impact of Network Relations on the Diffusion of SuggestBot in Wikipedia. National Communication Association, Chicago, IL.

  10. Cosley, D. (2005). Mining Social Theory to Build Member Maintained Communities. In Proceedings of Knowledge Contributions in Volunteer Communities 2005, AAAI Spring Symposium. [PDF] [PS]

  11. Cosley, D. (2001). Using Online Tools to Enhance Classrooms: A Case Study with MaSH (Making Serendipity Happen). WebNet 2001, Orlando, Florida. [PDF] [PS]

Posters, demos, workshops, etc.

  1. Porges, Z., Yang, X., Desai, A., Ho, C., Pallegedara, R., Razzaque, R., Cosley, D. (2014). Achieve: Evaluating the Impact of Progress Logging and Social Feedback on Goal Achievement. Poster at CSCW 2014. [Links after conference]

  2. Xu, B., Chin, A., Cosley, D. (2013). On how event size and interactivity affect social networks. Poster at CHI 2013. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  3. Cheng, J., Kang, L., Cosley, D. (2013). Storeys: designing collaborative storytelling interfaces. Demo at CHI 2013. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  4. Malu, M., Jethi, N., Cosley, D. (2012). Encouraging personal storytelling by example. Poster at iConference 2012. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  5. Ng, T., Zhao, O. J., Cosley, D. (2011). pieTime: Visualizing Communication Patterns. Poster at SocialCom 2011. [PDF] [IEEE DL]

  6. Reynolds, L., Ibara, S., Schwanda, V., Cosley, D. (2011). "Does It Know I'm Not Maintaining Good Posture?": An In-Home Play Study of Wii Fit. Poster at CHI 2011. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  7. Wu, S., Liu, S., Cosley, D., Macy, M. W. (2011). Mining Collective Local Knowledge from Google MyMaps. Poster at WWW 2011. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  8. Wang, H.-C., Fussell, S., Cosley, D. (2011). Using Language-Retrieved Pictures to Support Multi-lingual Brainstorming. Demo at CSCW 2011. [PDF] [ACM DL]

  9. Wang, H.-C., Fussell, S. R., Cosley, D. (2010). Effects of visual stimuli on idea generation and discourse coherence in conversational brainstorming, Poster at Annual Meeting of the Society for Text & Discourse.

  10. Wang, H.-C., Cosley, D., Fussell, S. (2010). Idea Expander: Agent-Augmented Online Brainstorming. Demo at CSCW 2010. [PDF]

  11. Thom-Santelli, J., Cosley, D., Gay, G. (2008). It is My Baby: Expressing Territoriality in Wikipedia. Poster presented at CSCW 2008.

  12. Goecks, J., Cosley, D., Razieli, Z., Good, N., Pham, P. (2001). Discovering Design Principles of Everyday Computing Devices via a Case Study. Student Research Competition, SIGCSE 2001.