Rey Junco (HOON-koh) is a faculty associate at Harvard’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society. He researches how youth interact with social media and technology and how this affects development, engagement, and learning.
Junco’s most recent studies include “Comparing actual and self-reported measures of Facebook use” and “In-class multitasking and academic performance.” He has been on Tell Me More discussing kids’ online privacy and teenagers who post racist tweets.
Junco holds a doctorate in counselor education and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Penn State University. He blogs at Social Media in Higher Education.
Associate Professor of Library Science in the Purdue University Libraries, Fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University
Areas of Expertise: Social Media, Youth and Media, Higher Education, Clinical Psychology, Library Sciences
Location: West Lafayette, IN
Phone: (814) 441-0339
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