2011 Communication Publications

Gerald R. Miller Library

Askelson, N.M., Campo, S., Lowe, J.B., Dennis, L.K., Smith, S.W., & Andsager, J. (2011). The birds, the bees and the HPVs: What drives mothers' intentions to use the HPV vaccination as a chance to talk about sex. Journal of Pediatric Health Care, 25, 162-170. doi:10.1016/j.pedhc.2010.01.001 
Askelson, N.M., Campo, S., & Smith, S.W. (2011). Mother-daughter communication about sex: The influence of authoritative parenting style. Health Communication, 27, 439-448. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2011.606526 
Askelson, N.M., Campo, S., Smith, S.W., Lowe, J.B., Dennis, L.K., & Andsager, J. (2011). Assessing physicians’ intentions to talk about sex when they vaccinate nine-year-old to 15-year-old girls against HPV. Sex Education, 11, 431-441. doi:10.1080/14681811.2011.595252 
Bergan, D.E. (2011). Can online videos increase turnout?: A field experiment testing the effect of online peer-created videos on youth turnout. Journal of Political Marketing, 10(1-2), 80-87.  
Bodie, G.D., Burleson, B.R., Holmstrom, A.J., McCullough, J.D., Rack, J.J., Hanasono, L.K., & Rosier, J.G. (2011). Effects of cognitive complexity and emotional upset on processing supportive messages: Two tests of a dual-process theory of supportive communication outcomes. Human Communication Research, 37, 350-376. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2958.2011.01405.x 
Bodie, G.D., McCullough, J.D., Burleson, B.R., Holmstrom, A.J., Rack, J.J., Gill, J.N., Hanasono, L.K., & Mincy, J.R. (2011). Explaining the impact of attachment style on evaluations of supportive messages: A dual-process framework. Communication Research, 38, 228-247. doi:10.1177/0093650210362678 
Boster, F.J., Kotowski, M.R., Andrews, K.R., & Serota, K. (2011). Identifying influence: Development and validation of the connectivity, persuasiveness, and maven scales. Journal of Communication 61, 178-197.  
Boyan, A., & Sherry, J.L. (2011). The challenge in creating games for education: Aligning mental models with game models. Child Development Perspectives, 5, 82-87. 
Bresnahan, M.J., & Lee, C. (2011). Activating Stereotypes: Reactions to dividing participants by race on Survivor: Cook Islands. The Howard Journal of Communications, 22, 64-82. doi:10.1080/10646175.2011.546746 
Bresnahan, M.J., Smith, S.W., & Kim, K (2011). The impact of gory autopsies on medical mistrust and organ donation. Journal of health & Mass Communication. 2, 55-72. 
Burleson, B.R., Hanasono, L.K., Bodie, G.D., Holmstrom, A.J., Rack, J.J., Rosier, J.G., & McCullough, J.D. (2011). Are gender differences in responses to supportive communication a matter of ability, motivation, or both? Reading patterns of situational responses through the lens of a dual-process theory. Communication Quarterly, 59, 37-60. doi:10.1080/01463373.2011.541324 
Dearing, J.W., Gaglio, B., Rabin, B.A. Rabin (2011), “Community Organizing Research Approaches,” in Handbook of Health Communication. Mahwah NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum, 546-559. 
Dearing, J.W. and Meyer. G. (2011), “The Active Adopter in the Diffusion of Innovations,” in Arun Vishwanath and George A. Barnett (Eds.) The Diffusion of Innovations: A Communication Science Perspective. New York: Peter Lang, 207-230. 
Donohue, W.A. (2011). An interactionist approach to framing. In W. Donohue, R. Rogan, and S. Kaufman (Ed’s.), Framing matters: Perspectives on negotiation research and practice in communication (pp. 1-12). New York: Peter Lang. 
Donohue, W.A. (2011). The identity trap: The language of genocide. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 30, 1-18.  

Donohue, W.A. & Cristal, M. (2011). Growing out in organization. In William Zartman and Guy Olivier Faure (Ed.’s), Engaging extremists: Trade-offs, timing and diplomacy (pp.57-80). Washington, DC: US Institute of Peace Press. 
Donohue, W.A., Liang, J. (2011) Transformative linguistic styles in divorce mediation. Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, 4, 200-218.  
Gore, M., Muter, B., Lapinski, M., Neuberger, L. Van Der Heide, B. (2011). Risk frames on shark diving websites: Implications for global shark conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Eco-systems, 21(2), 165-172. 
Green, D.P., Aronow, P.M., Bergan, D.E.., Greene, P., Paris, C. & Weinberger, B.I. (2011). Testing the functional interdependence of knowledge and support for civil liberties: Results from a randomized field experiment. Journal of Politics, 73(2), 463-476.  
Hanasono, L., Burleson, B., Bodie, G., Holmstrom, A., Rack, J., McCullough, J., & Rosier, J.G. (2011). Explaining gender differences in the perception of support availability: The mediating effects of construct availability and accessibility. Communication Research Reports, 28, 254-265. doi:10.1080/08824096.2011.588580 
Holmstrom, A.J., & Burleson, B.R. (2011). An initial test of a cognitive-emotional theory of esteem support messages. Communication Research, 38, 326-355. doi:10.1177/0093650210376191 
Kneer, J., Hemme, I. & Bente, G. (2011). Vicarious belongingness. Effects of socio-emotional commercials under mortality salience. Journal of Media Psychology, 23(3), 133–140.  
Knobloch-Westerwick, S., & Meng, J. (2011). Reinforcement of the political self through selective exposure to political messages. Journal of Communication, 61(2), 349-368. DOI: 10.1111/j.1460-2466.2011.01543.x 
Kotowski, M., Miller, J., Comis, R., Smith, S., Silk, K.J., Colaizzi, D., & Kimmel, L. (2011) Measuring cancer clinical trial understanding. Health Communication, 26(1), 82-93. (ISI: 1.76) 
Kotowski, M.R., Smith, S.W., Johnstone, P.M., & Pritt, E. (2011). Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to create and evaluate the effectiveness of brochures to reduce the risk for noise-induced hearing loss in college students. Noise and Health, 13, 261-271. doi:10.4103/1463-1741.82958 
Kuzmanovic, B., Bente, G., von Cramon D., Schilbach, L., Tittgemeyer, M. & Vogeley, K. (2011): Imaging first impressions: Distinct neural processing of verbal and nonverbal social information. Neuroimage, 60(1), 179-188.  

Kuzmanovic, B., Schilbach, L., Lehnhardt, F.G., Bente, G., & Vogeley, K. (2011). A matter of words: Impression formation in complex situations relies on verbal more than on nonverbal information in high-functioning autism. Research in Autism Spectrum Disorders, 5(1), 604-613.  
Maloney, E.K., Lapinski, M.K., & Witte, K. (2011). Fear appeals and persuasion: A review and update of the extended parallel process model. Social and Personality Psychology Compass, 5(4), 206-219. (2011 Impact Factor: 2.217) 
Miller, J., Comis, R., Kotowski, M.R., Smith, S.W., Silk, K., Colazzi, D. (2011). Measuring cancer clinical trial understanding. Health Communication, 26, 82-93. doi:10.1080/10410236.2011.527624 
Miller, V.D., Poole, M.S., Seibold, D.R. with Meyers, K., Park, H.S., Monge, P.R., Fulk, J. Frank, L., Margolin, D., Schultz, C., Cuihua, S., Weber, M. Lee, S., & Shumate, S. (2011). Advancing research in organizational communication through quantitative methodology. Management Communication Quarterly, 25(1), 1-43. 
Nazione, S., LaPlante, C., Smith, S.W., Cornacchione, J., Russell, J., & Stohl, C. (2011). Memorable messages for navigating college life. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 39, 123-143. doi:10.1080/00909882.2011.556138 
Nazione, S. & Silk, K. (2011). Using theory to identify the factors affecting discrimination practices in a community health department. The Howard Journal of Communications, 22, 1-22. 
Neuberger, L., Silk, K.J., Yun, D., Bowman, N.D., & Anderson, J. (2011). Concern as motivation for protection: Identifying mothers’ concerns about their daughters’ breast cancer risk. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 1055-1071. (ISI: 2.35) 
Park, H.S., Smith, S.W., Klein, K. (2011). The effects of drinking status and believability of ads featured in a social norm campaign on college students’ estimation and accuracy of other students’ celebratory drinking. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 504-518. doi:10.1080/10810730.2010.546481 
Park, H.S., Smith, S., Klein, K.A., & Martell, D. (2011). The effects of drinking status and believability of ads featured in a social norms campaign on college students' estimation and accuracy of other students' celebratory drinking. Journal of Health Communication 16, 504-518. doi:10.1080/10810730.2010.546481 
Pfeiffer, U.J., Timmermans, B., Bente, G., Vogeley, K. & Schilbach, L. (2011). The Non-Verbal Turing Test: Differentiating mind from machine in gaze-based social interaction. PLoS ONE, 6(11), doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0027591  

Rimal, R.N., Lapinski, M.K., Turner, M.M., & Smith, K.S. (2011). The attribute-centered approach for understanding health behaviors: Initial ideas and future research directions. Studies in Communication Science, 11(1), 15-34. 
Rosaen, S.F., Sherry, J.L., & Smith, S.L. (2011). Maltreatment and para-social relationships in US Children. Journal of Children and Media, 5, 379-394. 
Rottinghaus, B. & Bergan, D.E. (2011). The politics of requesting appointments: Congressional requests in the appointment and nomination process. Political Research Quarterly, 64(1), 31-44. 
Silk, K.J. (2011). A review of R.L Parrott, Talking about health: Why communication matters. West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell. Mass Communication Quarterly, 14(1), 141-144. 
Silk, K.J, Atkin, C., & Salmon, C. (2011). Developing effective media campaigns for health promotion. In T. Thompson, R. L. Parrott, and J. Nussbaum (Eds.), Handbook of Health Communication, (pp.203-219). 
Silk, K.J., Neuberger, L., Nazione, S., & Osuch, J. (2011). The Breast Cancer and Environment Research Centers (BCERC): A transdisciplinary model. In M. Brann (Ed.), Health Communication Case Studies, (pp.258-268). [competitively peer reviewed] 
Skalski, P., Tamborini, R., Shelton, A., Buncher, M., & Lindmark, P. (2011). Mapping the road to fun: Natural video game controllers, presence, and game enjoyment. New Media & Society, 13(2), 224–242. 
Smith, B., & Silk, K.J. (2011). Cultural competence clinic: An online, interactive simulation for working effectively with the Arab American Muslim patient. Academic Psychiatry, 35(5), 312-316. (ISI: .81) 
Smith, S.W., Bresnahan, M.J., & Smith, S.L. (2011). Application of the altruistic behavior coding scheme to cross cultural contexts. World Cultures Journal, 18, 1-12.  
Smith, S.W., LaPlante, C., Wibert, W.N., Mayer, A., Atkin, C.K., Klein, K., Glazer, E.L., & Martell, D. (2011). Student generated protective behaviors to avert severe harm due to high-risk alcohol consumption. Journal of College Student Development, 52, 101-114. doi:10.1353/csd.2011.0004 
Smith, S.W., Nazione, S., LaPlante, C., Clark-Hitt, R., Sung, R., & Leichtman, A. (2011). Living kidney donor decision making and communication. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 870-888. doi:10.1080/10810730.2011.563668 
Strom, R.E., & Boster, F.J. (2011). Dropping out of high school: Assessing the relationship between supportive messages from family and educational attainment. Communication Reports, 24, 25-37. 

Tamborini, R. (2011). Moral intuition and media entertainment. Journal of Media Psychology. Vol. 23(1), 39-45. 
Tamborini, R., Grizzard, M., Bowman, N.D., Reinecke, L., Lewis, R.J. & Eden, A. (2011). Media enjoyment as need satisfaction: The contribution of hedonic and non-hedonic needs. Journal of Communication, 61(6), 1025–1042. 
Vogeley, K. & Bente, G. (2011). Neuronale Mechanismen sozialer Kognition. Neuroökonomie, 3, 111-137. 
Walther, J.B., Tong, S.T., DeAndrea, D.C., Carr, C., & Van Der Heide, B. (2011). A juxtaposition of social influences: Web 2.0 and the interaction of mass, interpersonal, and peer sources online. In Z. Birchmeier, B. Dietz-Uhler, & G. Stasser (Eds.), Strategic uses of social technology: An interactive perspective of social psychology (pp. 172-194). Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press. 
Whitten, P.S., Nazione, S.A., Smith, S., & LaPlante, C.K. (2011). An examination into audience targeting and the use of storytelling or statistical evidence on breast cancer websites. Patient Education and Counseling, 85, e59-e64. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2011.01.008. 
Yun, D., & Silk, K.J. (2011). Social norms, self-identity, and attention to social comparison information in the context of exercise and healthy diet behavior. Health Communication, 26(3), 275-285. (ISI: 1.76) 

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