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Health Communication

"Health Communication" is a journal that publishes research methodological, theoretical, and applied articles on health communication.

Dillard, J., Li, R., & Yang, C. (2020). Fear of Zika: Information seeking as cause and consequence. Health Communication, 1-11.

Dillard, J., LI, S. S., & Cannava, K. (2020). Talking about sugar-sweetened beverages: Causes, processes, and consequences of campaign-induced interpersonal communication. Health Communication.

Fink, E., Smith, R. A., Cai, D., Jung, H., & Woelfel, J. (2020). How Americans make sense of two novel pandemics. Health Communication.

Tian, X., Solomon, D. H., & Smith, R. A. (2020). A stress buffering perspective on the progression of alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. Health Communication, 35, 747-755.

Brisini, K., & Solomon, D. H. (2020). Relational turbulence and marital communication when children with autism start school: A longitudinal dyadic diary study. Health Communication, 35, 483-493.

Shen, L., & Zhou, Y. (in press). Epistemic egocentrism and processing of vaccine misinformation (vis-à-vis scientific evidence): The case of vaccine-autism link. Health Communication.

Dillard, J. P., Li, R., & Yan, H. (in press). Threat appeals: The fear-persuasion relationship is linear and curvilinear. Health Communication (epub ahead of print).

Smith, R. A., Zhu, X., Shartle, K., Glick, L., & M’ikanatha, N. M. (in press). Understanding the public’s intentions to purchase and to persuade others to purchase antibiotic-free meat. Health Communication.

Brisini, K., & Solomon, D. H. (2020). Relational turbulence and marital communication when children with autism start school: A longitudinal dyadic diary study. Health Communication, 35, 483-493.

Tian, X., Solomon, D. H., & Smith, R. A. (2020). A stress buffering perspective on the progression of alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency. Health Communication, 35, 747-755.

Shen, L. (2019). Putting the fear back again (and within individuals): Revisiting the role of fear in persuasion. Health Communication.

Worthington, A., Parrott, R. L., & Smith, R. A. (2018). Spirituality, illness unpredictability, and math anxiety effects on negative affect and affect-management coping for individuals diagnosed with Alpha-1 Antitrypsin Deficiency. Health Communication, 33, 363-371.

Smith, R. A., & Carpenter, C. (2018). Who persuades who? An analysis of persuasion choices related to antibiotic-free food. Health Communication, 33, 478-488.

Dillard, J. P., Li, R., & Huang, Y. (2017). Threat appeals: The fear-persuasion relationship is both linear and curvilinear. Health Communication, 32, 1358-1367.

Smith, R. A., MacGeorge, E., Hackman, N. M., & M'ikanatha, N. M. (2017). Campaign preparation for complex initiatives: A person-centered approach to audience segmentation of parents’ antibiotic stewardship. Health Communication.

Smith, R. A., Zhu, X., & Fink, E. L. (2017). Understanding the effects of stigma messages: Danger appraisal and message judgments. Health Communication.

Greenberg, M., & Smith, R. A. (2016). Support seeking or familial obligation: An investigation of motives for disclosing genetic test results. Health Communication, 31(6), 668-678. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2014.989384

Smith, R. A., Parrott, R. L., & Wienke, S. E. (2016). Keeping secrets or educating others: A dyadic analysis of group entitativity’s influence on spouses’ label management connected to AATD. Health Communication, 31(2), 150–160. doi:10.1080/10410236.2014.940671

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