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Aditi Paul

Assistant Professor

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences

Communication Studies

Location
  • @New York City
    41 Park Row 502

Biography


Aditi Paul is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at Pace University in the New York City campus. She teaches introductory, intermediate, and advanced level courses on interpersonal communication, technology, and quantitative research methods. Her research is located at the intersection of interpersonal communication and Web 2.0 technologies. She is particularly interested in the impact of online dating technologies on relational communication.

Aditi's research has been published in top communication and social psychology journals such as Personality and Individual Differences, Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, and The Social Science Journal.
She has also presented her research at prestigious communication conferences such as International Communication Association, International Association of Media and Communication Research, and International Association of Relationship Research.

Aditi has been invited by organizations such as IBM and TEDxBushwick to present her research on online dating and pedagogical practices.




Education


PhD, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 2015
Communication

Awards and Honors


MICA's 7th International Communication Management Conference (ICMC), January 11, 2021 - Best Paper Award


Publications


Sticking to stereotypes: A cross-cultural analysis of gender portrayals in homepage advertisements of online dating sites in 51 countries
Paul, A. & ahmed, S. Social Science Journal.

Making out, going all the way, or risking it: Identifying individual, event, and partner-level predictors of non-penetrative, protected penetrative, and unprotected penetrative hookups
Paul, A. (2021, June). Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology.

RESEARCH INTEREST


Aditi's research is located at the intersection of interpersonal communication and Web 2.0 technologies. She is particularly interested in the impact of online dating technologies on relational communication.

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