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As more interpersonal interactions move online, people increasingly get to know and recognize one another by their self-selected identifiers called usernames. Early research predicted that the lack of available cues in text based computer-mediated communication CMC would make primitive such as biological sex irrelevant in online interactions. Little is known about the types of perceptions people make about one another based on this information, but some limited research has shown that questions about gender are the first to be asked in online interactions and sex categorization has maintained salience.
The current project was deed to examine the extent to which individuals might include obvious gender information in their usernames, as well as how easily gender could be attributed from usernames. Seventy-five coders were asked whether or not they could as people to a sex category based only on their username, and then sex usernames rate how confident they were in making the attribution.
indicated that coders sex usernames fairly inaccurate in making these attributions, but moderately confident. Additionally, the indicated that neither women nor men were more accurate in attributing gender from usernames, and that neither women nor men tended to use more obvious gender markers in their usernames.
Additionally, those who did use obvious gender markers in their username tended to have less experience with computer chat. The are discussed in conjunction with the limitations of the present investigation, and possibilities for future research. Please enable it to take advantage of the complete set of features!
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RSS Link Copy. Full text links Cite Display options Display options. Abstract As more interpersonal interactions move online, people increasingly get to know and recognize one another by their self-selected identifiers called usernames. Similar articles Online communication preferences across age, gender, and duration of Internet use. Thayer SE, Ray S. Thayer SE, et al. Cyberpsychol Behav. PMID: Computer-mediated communication and interpersonal attraction: an experimental test of two explanatory hypotheses. Antheunis ML, et al.
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MeSH terms Adolescent Actions. Adult Actions. Attitude to Computers Actions. Behavior Actions. Female Actions. Humans Actions. Judgment Actions.
Male Actions. Psycholinguistics Actions. Reference Values Actions. Self Concept Actions. Full text links [x] Atypon. Copy Download.Sex usernames
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