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Journal of Health Communication

The "Journal of Health Communication" is an international journal that publishes research on global health, social marketing, health campaigns, and developments in the field of health communication.

Condit, C., Shen, L., Edwards, K., Bowen, D. J., Korngiebel, D. M., & Johnson, C. O. (in press). Participants’ role expectations in genetics research and re-consent: Revisiting the theory and methods of mental models research relating to roles. Journal of Health Communication.

Dillard, J. P., Kim, J., & Li, S. S. (2018). Anti-sugar-sweetened beverage messages elicit reactance. Journal of Health Communication, 23, 703-711.

Smith, R. A., Kim, Y., & M’ikantha, N. (2018). Identifying and predicting profiles of medical noncompliance: Pediatric caregivers’ antibiotic stewardship. Journal of Health Communication, 23, 485-494.

MacGeorge, E., Smith, R. A., Caldes, E., & Hackman, N. (2017). Toward reduction in antibiotic use for pediatric otitis media: Predicting parents' compliance with "Watchful Waiting" advice. Journal of Health Communication, 11, 867-875.

Dillard, J. P., & Ha, Y. (2016). Interpreting perceived effectiveness: Understanding and addressing the problem of mean validity. Journal of Health Communication, 21, 1016-1022.

MacGeorge, E. L., Smith, R. A., Caldes, E. P., & Hackman, N. (2016). “Watchful waiting” for cases of pediatric otitis media: Modeling parental response to physician advice. Journal of Health Communication, 21, 919-926. doi: 10.1080/10810730.2016.1177148

Shen, L. (2015). Targeting smokers with empathy appeal antismoking public service announcements: A field experiment. Journal of Health Communication, 20(5), 573–580. doi:10.1080/10810730.2015.1012236

Smith, R. A., Quesnell, M., Glick, L., Hackman, N., & M’Ikanatha, N. M. (2015). Preparing for antibiotic resistance campaigns: A person-centered approach to audience segmentation. Journal of Health Communication, 20(12), 1433–1440. doi:10.1080/10810730.2015.1018652


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