- Ph.D., Media & Information Studies, Michigan State University, 2014,
Areas of Expertise
mobile health, telemedicine, HIV/AIDS, alcohol consumption, sexual risk behaviors, LGBTQ health, online health information, mental health, cancer communication
mobile monitoring of health and risk behaviors; alcohol consumption, reduction, and relapse; telemental health; promotion of health behaviors and medication use among people living with HIV/AIDS; technology-based health promotion interventions
Lauckner, C., Truszczynski, N., Lambert, D., Kottamasu, V., Meherally, S., Schipani-McLaughlin, A. M., Taylor, E., & Hansen, N. (in press). “Catfishing,” cyberbullying, and coercion: An exploration of the risks associated with dating app use among rural sexual minority males. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Mental Health.
Lauckner, C., Hill, M.,* & Ingram, L. A. (2018) An exploratory study of the relationship between social technology use and depression among college students. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy.
Lauckner, C. (2016). The emotions and action tendencies associated with viewing online cancer information among patients’ loved ones. Journal of Health Psychology, 21, 2525-2537.
Oh, H.J., Lauckner, C., Boehmer, J., Fewins-Bliss, R., & Li, K. (2013) Facebooking for health: An examination into the solicitation and effects of health-related social support on social networking sites. Computers in Human Behavior, 29, 2072-2080.
Holtz, B., & Lauckner, C. (2012). Diabetes management via mobile phones: A systematic review. Telemedicine & e-Health, 18, 175-184.