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Cabral A. Bigman, Joseph N. Cappella, Robert C. Hornik. “Effective or ineffective: Attribute framing and the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine.” Patient Education and Counseling, 2010.
Howard-Williams, “Ideological construction of climate change in Australian and New Zealand newspapers,” Climate Change and the Media, 2009
Jo Ellen Stryker, et al. “Cancer Risk Communication in Mainstream and Ethnic Newspapers.” Preventing Chronic Disease, 2009.
"White, with a Class-Based Blight: Drawing Irish Americans." Éire-Ireland, 2009.
Bridget J. Kelly, et al. “The HPV vaccine and the media: How has the topic been covered and what are the effects on knowledge about the virus and cervical cancer?” Patient Education and Counseling, 2009.
Joseph N. Cappella, et al. “News about Genetics and Smoking: Priming, Family Smoking History, and News Story Believability on Inferences of Genetic Susceptibility to Tobacco Addiction.” Communication Research, 2005.
Jessica Fishman, et al. “Race, Treatment Preferences, and Hospice Enrollment: Eligibility Criteria May Exclude Patients With the Greatest Needs for Care.” Cancer, 2009.
Stacy W. Gray, et al. “Risk Information Exposure and Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing for BRCA Mutations among Women with a Personal or Family History of Breast or Ovarian Cancer.” Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkes & Prevention, 2009.
Yahui Kang, Joseph N. Cappella, Martin Fishbein. “The Effect of Marijuana Scenes in Anti-Marijuana Public Service Announcements on Adolescents' Evaluation of Ad Effectiveness.” Health Communication, 2009.
Daniel D. Langleben, et al. “Reduced prefrontal and temporal processing and recall of high “sensation value” ads.” NeuroImage, 2009.