Kim, Sang-Yeon, Levine, T, and Allen, Mike R.“Comparing separate process and intertwined models for reactance.” Communication Studies 64. Routledge. (2013): 273-295.
Kim, Sang-Yeon, and Allen, Mike R.“Testing an additive model for the effectiveness of evidence on the persuasiveness of a message.” Social Influence 7. Psychology Press. (2012): 65-77.
Lim, Tae-Seop, Kim, Sang-Yeon, and Kim, Jihyun. “Holism: A Missing Link in Individualism-Collectivism Research.” Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 40. Routledge. (2011): 21-38.
Levine, T, Kim, Sang-Yeon, and Ferrara, M. “Social exchange, uncertainty, and communication content as factors impacting the relational outcomes of betrayal.” Human Communication 13. (2010): 303-318.
Walther, J B., Van Der Heide, B, Kim, Sang-Yeon, Westerman, D, and Tom Tong, S. “The role of friends’ appearance and behavior on evaluations of individuals on Facebook: Are we known by the company we keep?.” Human Communication Research 34. Wiley-Blackwell. (2008): 28-49.
Lim, Tae-Seop, Allen, Mike R., Burrell, Nancy A., and Kim, Sang-Yeon. “Differences in cognitive relativity between Americans and Koreans’ assessments of self.” Journal of Intercultural Communication Research 37. Routledge. (2008): 105-118.
Lim, Tae-Seop, Allen, Mike R., Burrell, Nancy A., and Kim, Sang-Yeon. “The relativity and salience of identity across cultures.” Speech & Communication 8. Communication Books. (2007): 178-202.
Lim, Tae-Seop, and Kim, Sang-Yeon. “Many faces of media effects.” Mass media effects research: Advances through meta-analysis 1. Ed. Preiss, R W., Gayle, B M., Burrell, Nancy A., Allen, Mike R., and Bryant, J. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. (2007): 315-325.