Baryshevtsev, Maxim

Seeking Ph.D. in Interpersonal Communication

Email address: baryshev@utexas.edu
Hometown: Norwalk, CT
B.S. Degree: Psychology
M.A. Degree: Communication Studies

Current Research Interests: Deception, persuasion, dark side communication, and cyber crime

Faculty Advisor: Matthew McGlone

Expected Graduation Date: May 2019

 

 

Baryshevtsev, M. (2016). The dark side of persuasion: Frequency of persuasive appeals predict phishing scam detectability. Poster accepted at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association.

Baryshevtsev, M., McGlone, M., McGlynn, J., & Griffin, Z.  (2016). Visual attention predicts email scam detection: An eye-tracking approach. Paper accepted at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association.

Baryshevtsev, M. (2015). Understanding predator luring behavior: Linguistic analysis of online sexual predator pronoun use. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association.

Baryshevtsev, M. (2015). Phishing and the economy. Paper accepted at ID360: The Global Forum on Identity.

McGlone, M., Ballard, D., Berkelaar, B., Baryshevtsev, M., & Brown, L. (2015). The “Identity Literacy” Scale: A preliminary report. Paper presented at ID360: The Global Forum on Identity.

Ballard, D., McGlone, M., Berkelaar, B., Baryshevtsev, M., & Brown, L. (2015). Convenience vs. security for mobile wallet use. Paper presented at ID360: The Global Forum on Identity.

Baryshevtsev, M. (2014). Impression manipulativeness and frequency of lying: A pilot study. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association.

McGlone, M., McGlynn III, J., LeFebvre, L., Blackburn, K., McCallum, N., Wartel, M., & Baryshevtsev, M. (2014). Hail to the thief: linguistic
agency vs. nominalization in fear appeals about identity theft. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication
Association
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McGlone, M. & Baryshevtsev, M. (In Press). Lying and quotation. In J. Meibauer (Ed.), Oxford Handbook of Lying (pp. xx - xx). Oxford Press

Moody College of Communication Fellowship
Graduate Recruitment Fellowship
Best Student Research Award
Outstanding M.A. Student