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Baranowski, Tom, Fran Blumberg, Richard Buday, Ann DeSmet, Lynn E. Fiellin, C. Shawn Green, Pamela M. Kato, Amy S. Lu, Ann E. Maloney, Robin Mellecker, Brooke A. Morrill, Wei Peng, Ross Shegog, Monique Simons, Amanda E. Staiano, Deborah Thompson, and Kimberly Young, “White Paper: Games for Health for Children — Current Status and Needed Research.” Games for Health Journal, 5.1 (2016), 1-12.
Cannon, Kristopher L. “Ec-Static Air: The Unseeable Sounds of Being Beside Oneself.” Discourse: Journal for Theoretical Studies in Media and Culture, 38.2 (2016), 265-280.
Dallimore, Elise, Julie H. Hertenstein, and Marjorie B. Platt, “Creating a Community of Learning Through Discussion Participation: Student Perceptions of Relationships Among Preparation, Participation, Comfort and Learning.” Journal on Excellence in College Teaching, 27.3 (2016), 137-171.
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Drury, Sarah Mehltretter, and Dale A. Herbeck. “Remembering and Re-Creating the Great Debates of 1960: Presidential Libraries as Sites for Historical Argumentation.” Communication Quarterly, 64.2 (2016), 173-192.
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Foucault Welles, Brooke. “Computational CAM: Studying Children and Media in the Digital Age.” Journal of Children and Media, 10.1 (2016), 72-80.
Götz, Maya, Andrea Holler, and Meryl Alper. “Children’s Preferences for TV Show Hosts: An International Perspective on Learning from Television.” Journal of Children and Media, 10.4 (2016), 497-507.
Jackson, Sarah J. “A Conversation with Cathy Cohen on Black Lives Matter, Feminism, and Contemporary.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 41.4 (2016), 775-792.
Jackson, Sarah J. “(Re)Imagining Intersectional Democracy: From Black Feminism to Hashtag Activism.” Women’s Studies in Communication, 39.4 (2016), 375-379.
Jackson, Sarah J., and Brooke Foucault Welles. “#Ferguson is Everywhere: Initiators in Emerging Counterpublic Networks.” Information, Communication & Society, 19.3 (2016), 397-418.
Jackson, Sarah J., and Sonia Banaszczyk. “Digital Standpoints: Debating Gendered Violence and Racial Exclusions in the Feminist Counterpublic.” Journal of Communication Inquiry, 40.4 (2016), 391-407.
Jennings, Nancy, and Meryl Alper. “Young Children’s Positive and Negative Parasocial Relationships with Media Characters.” Communication Research Reports, 33.2 (2016), 96-102.
Kwon, K. Hazel, Weiai Wayne Xu, Haiyan Wang, and Jamie Chon. “Spatiotemporal Diffusion Modeling of Global Mobilization in Social Media: The Case of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution.” International Journal of Communication, 10 (2016), 73-97.
Lu, Amy S., Tom Baranowski, S. Lee Hong, Richard Buday, Deborah Thompson, Alicia Beltran, H. Dadabhoy, and T. Chen. “The Narrative Impact of Active Video Games on Physical Activities among Children.” Journal of Medical Internet Research, 18.10 (2016), e272.
Mello, Susan, and Andy S. Tan. “Who’s to Blame? Media Framing of Responsibility for Pediatric Environmental Health and Mothers’ Perceptions of Accountability.” Journal of Health Communication, 21.12 (2016), 1217-1226.
Mello, Susan, and Robert C. Hornik. “Media Coverage of Pediatric Environmental Health Risks and Its Effects on Mothers’ Protective Behaviors.” Risk Analysis, 46.3 (2016), 605-622.
Mello, Susan, and Shelly R. Hovick. “Predicting Behaviors to Reduce Toxic Chemical Exposures Among New and Expectant Mothers: The Role of Distal Variables Within the Integrative Model of Behavioral Prediction.” Health Education and Behavior, 43.6 (2016), 705-715.
Mello, Susan, Andy S. Tan, Ashley Sanders-Jackson, and Cabral A. Bigman. “Perceived Harm of Secondhand e-Cigarette Vapors and Policy Support to Restrict Public Vaping: Results From a National Survey of US Adults.” Nicotine & Tobacco Research, 18.5 (2016), 686-693.
Miller, Carolyn R., Lynda Walsh, James Wynn, Ashley Rose Kelly, Kenneth C. Walker, William J. White, Emily Winderman, Oren Abeles, Nathan H. Bedsole, Maryn Belling, Matthew P. Brigham, Danny Card, Danielle DeVasto, Jean Goodwin, S. Scott Graham, Chris Ingraham, Molly Hartzog, Chad Iwertz, Meredith Johnson, Nathan Johnson, Sean Kamperman, Ashley Rose Kelly, Molly Kessler, Candice Lanius, Zoltan Majdik, Jennifer Malkowski, Sara Parks, Alex C. Parrish, Pamela Pietrucci, Aimée Kendall Roundtree, Dawn Shepherd, Karen Taylor, Bonnie Tucker, Ron Von Burg, Greg Wilson. “The Great Chain of Being: Manifesto on the Problem of Agency in Science Communication.” Poroi, 12.1 (2016), 1-16.
Mukherjee, Ishani, and Maggie Griffith Williams. “Branding Authenticity, Global-Localization and Technology: Thematic Analysis of Two West Bengal Urban-rural Handicrafts NPO Websites.” Connexions: International Professional Communication Journal, 4.1 (2016), 91-130.
Pietrucci, Pamela. “Voices from the Seismic Crater: A Local Counter-Narrative of the Trial of the Major Risks Committee in L’Aquila.” Interface, A Journal for and about Social Movements, 8.2 (2016), 261-285.
Radford, Jason, Andrew Pilny, Ashley Reichelmann, Brian Keegan, Brooke Foucault Welles, Jefferson Hoye, Katya Ognyanova, Waleed Meleis, and David Lazer. “Volunteer Science: An Online Laboratory for Social Psychology Experiments.” Social Psychology Quarterly, 79.4 (2016), 376-396.
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Rickles, Nathaniel, Gary J. Young, Judith Hall, Carey Noland, Ayoung Kim, Conner Peterson, Mina Hong, and John Hale. “Medication Adherence Communications in Community Pharmacies: A Naturalistic Investigation.” Patient Education and Counseling, 99.3 (2016), 386-392.
Sanders-Jackson, Ashley, Andy S. Tan, Cabral A. Bigman, Susan Mello, and Jeff Niederdeppe. “To Regulate or Not to Regulate? Views on Electronic Cigarette Regulations and Beliefs about the Reasons for and against Regulation.” PLoS ONE, 11.8 (2016). DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0161124.s001.
Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grim. “Body Talk: Body Image Commentary on Queery.com.” Journal of Homosexuality, 63.8 (2016), 1052-1067.
Schwartz, Joseph, and Josh Grim. “Uncertainty in Online U.S. News Coverage of Truvada.” Health Communication, 31.10 (2016), 1250-1257.
Seitz, Holli H., Laura Gibson, Christine Skubisz, Heather Forquer, Susan Mello, Marilyn M. Schapira, Katrina Armstrong, and Joseph N. Cappella. “Effects of a Risk-based Online Mammography Intervention on Accuracy of Perceived Risk and Mammography Intentions