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Thursday, March 18
 

9:00am EDT

1:00pm EDT

 
Friday, March 19
 

10:00am EDT

11:30am EDT

11:45am EDT

1:15pm EDT

2:45pm EDT

4:15pm EDT

4:30pm EDT

6:30pm EDT

7:30pm EDT

 
Saturday, March 20
 

10:00am EDT

11:30am EDT

11:45am EDT

1:15pm EDT

2:45pm EDT

4:15pm EDT

4:30pm EDT

8.1 Pandemic Context Research Palm RoomGlen Nowack 8.1a Evoking Empathy, Seeking Solidarity, or Aspiring Normalcy: Which Appeals Better to SMI Followers During the Pandemic? Palm Room 8.1b Wearing Face Masks for Societal Gain or Avoiding Personal Loss? How Gain-Loss Frame and Self-Other Appeals Impact Consumer Compliance with the Face Mask Mandate Palm Room 8.1c Public Service Announcements on COVID-19 Through the Prism of Goal-Framing Theory Palm Room 8.1d Commenting on Brand Posts during a Crisis: The Relationship between Context-induced Moods and Brand Message Processing Palm Room 8.2 Political Advertising and Ethnic Targeting Daytona RoomCynthia Morton 8.2a Political Advertising in the United States: Persuasion Knowledge and Support for Regulation in Social Media Daytona Room 8.2b Why Am I Getting This Ad? How the Degree of Political Targeting and Political Fit Affects Persuasion Knowledge, Voter Attitudes, and Online Privacy Behaviors Daytona Room 8.2c Examining African Americans' Persuasion Knowledge and Coping of Advertisers' Use of Artificial Intelligence and Ethnic Affinity Targeting in Social Media Daytona Room 8.2d When Interruption Benefits: Impact of Goal Pursuit Context and Flow on Consumer Responses to In-game Advertising Daytona Room 8.3 Source Credibility & Celebrity Research Pensacola RoomMike Yao 8.3a Exploration of consumers' motives for following social media influencers on Instagram and the role of materialism Pensacola Room 8.3b Parallel and Synergistic Pathways to Celebrity Persuasion: Consumer Ideal-Celebrity and Celebrity-Product Congruence as Determinants of Expertise and Trustworthiness, and the Role of Involvement in Determining... Pensacola Room 8.3c The Effect of Source Credibility within the Experiential Atmosphere of Video Game Livestreaming Pensacola Room 8.3d Impartial Endorsements: Influencer and Celebrity Declarations of Honesty and Non-Sponsorship Pensacola Room