Publications

  • Samii, L., Nugent, N. & Nugent, N. (2014, January). The Social Media Marketing Literature Coalesces In 2013. Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the International Academy of Business and Public Administration Disciplines.
  • Samii, L. (2013, October). Country characteristic for a successful social media strategy:  A cluster analysis approach. Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the Direct/Interactive Marketing Research Summit.
  • Samii, L., Byrne, K. & Nugent, N. (2010, October). Dynamic factors for marketing with social media.  Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the Association of International Business- New England, Hartford, CT.
  • Strout, S., & Samii, L. (2009). The Mating Game: The Extension of the Umwelt in the 21st Centrury. In Chang, R.S. (Eds.) Relating to Environments: A New Look at the Umwelt (edition, pp. 105- 115).
  • Samii, L. & Falkenbach, D. (2009, March). Psychopathic- like traits, the behavioral inhibition system, the behavioral activation system, and anxiety.  Paper session presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology and Law Society, San Antonio, TX.
  • Samii, L. & Falkenbach, D. (2008, May). Psychopathic- like traits, the behavioral inhibition system, the behavioral activation system, and anxiety.  Poster presentation presented at the annual meeting of the MA Student Research Group Conference, New York, NY.
  • Strout, S., Samii, L. & Wheaton, R. (2007, April). Actual versus ideal mate preferences.  Poster session presented at the annual meeting of the New England Evolutionary Psychology Conference, New Paltz, NY.

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