Dr. Anagondahalli received her doctoral degree (Summer 2012) in Communication with an emphasis in Intercultural Communication from the University of Maryland. Her research interests lie at the intersection of intercultural communication and organizational crisis/risk communication. Specifically, she investigates psychological ripple effects such as cognitive evaluations, emotional responses, and perceptions of risk that influence behavior in members of different cultures.
Anagondahalli, D. (2013). The role of prior reputation and the transition from image repair to image makeover: The case of Hosni Mubarak. Public Relations Review, 39, 241-244.
Anagondahalli, D., & Turner, M. M. (2012). Predicting psychological ripple effects: The role of cultural identity, in-group/out-group identification, and attributions of blame in crisis communication, Risk Analysis, 32, 695-712.