About Nathan T. Woo
Nate Woo is a doctoral candidate in communication at the University of Arizona. He received his B.A. in communication and psychology from the University of California, Davis and his M.A. in communication studies from San Diego State University. His research focuses on the cognitive, behavioral, and physiological health outcomes of affection and loneliness in interpersonal contexts. He has presented his research at regional, national, and international conferences and has co-authored manuscripts in both communications-specific and interdisciplinary journals. Nate is a passionate educator who loves to teach and is currently the President of the Association of Graduate Students in Communication at the University of Arizona.
Affection, behavioral medicine, health communication, interpersonal communication
Floyd, K., Woo, N. T., & Custer, B. (2020). The biology of affectionate communication. In K. Floyd, & R. Weber (Eds.), Handbook of communication science and biology (pp. 308-318). Routledge.
Floyd, K. & Woo, N. T. (2020). Loneliness and social monitoring: A replication of Knowles et al. Personal Relationships, 27(1), 209-223. https://doi.org/10.1111/pere.12304
Floyd, K., Pauley, P. M., Hesse, C., Eden, J., Veksler, A. E., & Woo, N. T. (2018). Supportive communication is associated with markers of immunocompetence. Southern Communication Journal, 83(4), 229-244. https://doi.org/10.1080/1041794X.2018.1488270
- M.A. in Communication Studies at San Diego State University
- B.A. in Communication and Psychology at The University California, Davis
COMM 113, COMM 114, COMM 228, COMM 415, COMM 451, ESOC 302