SEARCH

SEARCH BY CITATION

Cited in:

CrossRef

This article has been cited by:

  1. 1
    Kanayo Umeh, Rebecca Chadwick, Early detection of testicular cancer: revisiting the role of self-efficacy in testicular self-examination among young asymptomatic males, Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 2016, 39, 1, 151

    CrossRef

  2. 2
    Hye Kyung Kim, Jeff Niederdeppe, Effects of Self-Affirmation, Narratives, and Informational Messages in Reducing Unrealistic Optimism About Alcohol-Related Problems Among College Students, Human Communication Research, 2016, 42, 1
  3. 3
    Patti M. Valkenburg, Jochen Peter, Joseph B. Walther, Media Effects: Theory and Research, Annual Review of Psychology, 2016, 67, 1, 315

    CrossRef

  4. 4
    Aurélien Graton, François Ric, Emilie Gonzalez, Reparation or reactance? The influence of guilt on reaction to persuasive communication, Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 2016, 62, 40

    CrossRef

  5. 5
    Shawnika J. Hull, Yangsun Hong, Sensation Seeking as a Moderator of Gain- and Loss-Framed HIV-Test Promotion Message Effects, Journal of Health Communication, 2016, 21, 1, 46

    CrossRef

  6. 6
    Hannah Lee, Soontae An, Social Stigma Toward Suicide: Effects of Group Categorization and Attributions in Korean Health News, Health Communication, 2016, 31, 4, 468

    CrossRef

  7. 7
    Pablo B. Jost, Michael Sülflow, Marcus Maurer, „Das können Sie morgen in der Zeitung lesen“, Publizistik, 2015, 60, 1, 5

    CrossRef

  8. 8
    Christopher J. Carpenter, A Meta-Analysis of the ELM's Argument Quality × Processing Type Predictions, Human Communication Research, 2015, 41, 4
  9. 9
    Saleem Alhabash, Anna R. McAlister, Elizabeth Taylor Quilliam, Jef I. Richards, Chen Lou, Alcohol's Getting a Bit More Social: When Alcohol Marketing Messages on Facebook Increase Young Adults’ Intentions to Imbibe, Mass Communication and Society, 2015, 18, 3, 350

    CrossRef

  10. 10
    Hyun Suk Kim, Attracting Views and Going Viral: How Message Features and News-Sharing Channels Affect Health News Diffusion, Journal of Communication, 2015, 65, 3
  11. 11
    Kent Marett, Checking the manipulation checks in information security research, Information and Computer Security, 2015, 23, 1, 20

    CrossRef

  12. 12
    Angelica Moè, Does displayed enthusiasm favour recall, intrinsic motivation and time estimation?, Cognition and Emotion, 2015, 1

    CrossRef

  13. 13
    Jaakko Aspara, Amitav Chakravarti, Investors’ reactions to company advertisements: the persuasive effect of product-featuring ads, European Journal of Marketing, 2015, 49, 5/6, 943

    CrossRef

  14. 14
    Robin L. Nabi, Laughing in the Face of Fear (of Disease Detection): Using Humor to Promote Cancer Self-Examination Behavior, Health Communication, 2015, 1

    CrossRef

  15. 15
    René Weber, Richard Huskey, J. Michael Mangus, Amber Westcott-Baker, Benjamin O. Turner, Neural Predictors of Message Effectiveness during Counterarguing in Antidrug Campaigns, Communication Monographs, 2015, 82, 1, 4

    CrossRef

  16. 16
    Elizabeth M. Glowacki, Prompting participation in health: Fostering favorable attitudes toward personal health records through message design, Patient Education and Counseling, 2015,

    CrossRef

  17. 17
    Yuhua (Jake) Liang, Responses to Negative Student Evaluations on RateMyProfessors.com: The Effect of Instructor Statement of Credibility on Student Lower-Level Cognitive Learning and State Motivation to Learn, Communication Education, 2015, 64, 4, 455

    CrossRef

  18. 18
    Jonathan Cohen, Nurit Tal-Or, Maya Mazor-Tregerman, The Tempering Effect of Transportation: Exploring the Effects of Transportation and Identification During Exposure to Controversial Two-Sided Narratives, Journal of Communication, 2015, 65, 2
  19. 19
    Ulysses J. Brown III, Anshu Saxena Arora, Amit Arora, Marketing and Consumer Behavior: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 2015,

    CrossRef

  20. 20
    Suri Weisfeld-Spolter, Fiona Sussan, Stephen Gould, An integrative approach to eWOM and marketing communications, Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 2014, 19, 3, 260

    CrossRef

  21. 21
    Hans Hoeken, Ester Šorm, Peter Jan Schellens, Arguing about the likelihood of consequences: Laypeople's criteria to distinguish strong arguments from weak ones, Thinking & Reasoning, 2014, 20, 1, 77

    CrossRef

  22. 22
    Andrew C. High, Denise Haunani Solomon, Communication Channel, Sex, and the Immediate and Longitudinal Outcomes of Verbal Person-centered Support, Communication Monographs, 2014, 81, 4, 439

    CrossRef

  23. 23
    Isabel C. Botero, Effects of communicating family ownership and organisational size on an applicant's attraction to a firm: An empirical examination in the USA and China, Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2014, 5, 2, 184

    CrossRef

  24. 24
    J. S. Downs, Prescriptive scientific narratives for communicating usable science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 2014, 111, Supplement_4, 13627

    CrossRef

  25. 25
    Viviane Seyranian, Social identity framing communication strategies for mobilizing social change, The Leadership Quarterly, 2014, 25, 3, 468

    CrossRef

  26. 26
    Kate Sweeny, Amanda Dillard, The Effects of Expectation Disconfirmation on Appraisal, Affect, and Behavioral Intentions, Risk Analysis, 2014, 34, 4
  27. 27
    René Weber, Amber Westcott-Baker, Grace Anderson, A Multilevel Analysis of Antimarijuana Public Service Announcement Effectiveness, Communication Monographs, 2013, 80, 3, 302

    CrossRef

  28. 28
    Maria Leonora G. Comello, Activated Self-Concept as a Mechanism Underlying Prevention Message Effects, Media Psychology, 2013, 16, 2, 177

    CrossRef

  29. 29
    Amy Shirong Lu, An Experimental Test of the Persuasive Effect of Source Similarity in Narrative and Nonnarrative Health Blogs, Journal of Medical Internet Research, 2013, 15, 7, e142

    CrossRef

  30. 30
    Matthias R. Hastall, Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, Caught in the Act: Measuring Selective Exposure to Experimental Online Stimuli, Communication Methods and Measures, 2013, 7, 2, 94

    CrossRef

  31. 31
    S. Mo Jang, Framing responsibility in climate change discourse: Ethnocentric attribution bias, perceived causes, and policy attitudes, Journal of Environmental Psychology, 2013, 36, 27

    CrossRef

  32. 32
    Christopher J. Carpenter, Franklin J. Boster, Modeling the Effects of Processing Effort and Ability in Response to Persuasive Message Arguments, Communication Quarterly, 2013, 61, 4, 413

    CrossRef

  33. 33
    Matthias R. Hastall, Silvia Knobloch-Westerwick, Severity, Efficacy, and Evidence Type as Determinants of Health Message Exposure, Health Communication, 2013, 28, 4, 378

    CrossRef

  34. 34
    Isabel C. Botero, Jill Thomas, Christopher Graves, Tomasz A. Fediuk, Understanding multiple family firm identities: An exploration of the communicated identity in official websites, Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2013, 4, 1, 12

    CrossRef

  35. 35
    Hans Hoeken, Rian Timmers, Peter Jan Schellens, Arguing about desirable consequences: What constitutes a convincing argument?, Thinking & Reasoning, 2012, 18, 3, 394

    CrossRef

  36. 36
    BARAK ARIEL, DETERRENCE AND MORAL PERSUASION EFFECTS ON CORPORATE TAX COMPLIANCE: FINDINGS FROM A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED TRIAL, Criminology, 2012, 50, 1
  37. 37
    KANAYO UMEH, Does a Credible Source Also Need a Fearful Audience?, Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 2012, 42, 7
  38. 38
    Julie E. Volkman, Roxanne L. Parrott, Expressing Emotions as Evidence in Osteoporosis Narratives: Effects on Message Processing and Intentions, Human Communication Research, 2012, 38, 4
  39. 39
    Smita C. Banerjee, Kathryn Greene, Framing and dosage effects: use of protection motivation theory to examine efficacy of anti-cocaine visual messages, International Journal of Health Promotion and Education, 2012, 50, 2, 68

    CrossRef

  40. 40
    Karen Freberg, Intention to comply with crisis messages communicated via social media, Public Relations Review, 2012, 38, 3, 416

    CrossRef

  41. 41
    D. Christopher Taylor, Nelson Barber, Measuring the Influence of Persuasion Marketing on Young Wine Consumers, Journal of Food Products Marketing, 2012, 18, 1, 19

    CrossRef

  42. 42
    Hyun Suk Kim, Cabral A. Bigman, Amy E. Leader, Caryn Lerman, Joseph N. Cappella, Narrative Health Communication and Behavior Change: The Influence of Exemplars in the News on Intention to Quit Smoking, Journal of Communication, 2012, 62, 3
  43. 43
    Michael F. Dahlstrom, Anthony Dudo, Dominique Brossard, Precision of Information, Sensational Information, and Self-Efficacy Information as Message-Level Variables Affecting Risk Perceptions, Risk Analysis, 2012, 32, 1
  44. 44
    Xiaoli Nan, Relative Persuasiveness of Gain- Versus Loss-Framed Human Papillomavirus Vaccination Messages for the Present- and Future-Minded, Human Communication Research, 2012, 38, 1
  45. 45
    Andreas Schwarz, Stakeholder Attributions in Crises: The Effects of Covariation Information and Attributional Inferences on Organizational Reputation, International Journal of Strategic Communication, 2012, 6, 2, 174

    CrossRef

  46. 46
    Sang-Yeon Kim, Mike Allen, Ali Gattoni, Denis Grimes, Anna M. Herrman, Han Huang, Jihyun Kim, Shan Lu, Melissa Maier, Amy May, Kim Omachinski, Kikuko Omori, Kelly Tenzek, Katie LaPlant Turkiewicz, Yan Zhang, Testing an additive model for the effectiveness of evidence on the persuasiveness of a message, Social Influence, 2012, 7, 2, 65

    CrossRef

  47. 47
    Keith S. Coulter, Malaika Brengman, Farhod P. Karimov, The effect of web communities on consumers' initial trust in B2C e-commerce websites, Management Research Review, 2012, 35, 9, 791

    CrossRef

  48. 48
    Malaika Brengman, Kim Willems, Yannick Joye, The Impact of In-Store Greenery on Customers, Psychology & Marketing, 2012, 29, 11
  49. 49
    Jakob D. Jensen, Andy J. King, Nick Carcioppolo, LaShara Davis, Why are Tailored Messages More Effective? A Multiple Mediation Analysis of a Breast Cancer Screening Intervention, Journal of Communication, 2012, 62, 5
  50. 50
    Xiaoquan Zhao, Andrew Strasser, Joseph N. Cappella, Caryn Lerman, Martin Fishbein, A Measure of Perceived Argument Strength: Reliability and Validity, Communication Methods and Measures, 2011, 5, 1, 48

    CrossRef

  51. 51
    TAMARA A. LAMBERT, CHRISTOPHER P. AGOGLIA, Closing the Loop: Review Process Factors Affecting Audit Staff Follow-Through, Journal of Accounting Research, 2011, 49, 5
  52. 52
    John Banas, Monique Mitchell Turner, Exploring the “That's-Not-All” Effect: A Test of Theoretical Explanations, Southern Communication Journal, 2011, 76, 4, 305

    CrossRef

  53. 53
    Dorothée Hefner, Tobias Rothmund, Christoph Klimmt, Mario Gollwitzer, Implicit Measures and Media Effects Research: Challenges and Opportunities, Communication Methods and Measures, 2011, 5, 3, 181

    CrossRef

  54. 54
    Glenn Leshner, Paul Bolls, Kevin Wise, Motivated Processing of Fear Appeal and Disgust Images in Televised Anti-Tobacco Ads, Journal of Media Psychology, 2011, 23, 2, 77

    CrossRef

  55. 55
    Hye-Jin Paek, Hye Jin Yoon, Thomas Hove, Not All Nutrition Claims Are Perceived Equal: Anchoring Effects and Moderating Mechanisms in Food Advertising, Health Communication, 2011, 26, 2, 159

    CrossRef

  56. 56
    Maria Leonora G. Comello, Michael D. Slater, The Effects of Drug-Prevention Messages on the Accessibility of Identity-Related Constructs, Journal of Health Communication, 2011, 16, 5, 458

    CrossRef

  57. 57
    Kathryn Greene, Shelly Campo, Smita C. Banerjee, Comparing Normative, Anecdotal, and Statistical Risk Evidence to Discourage Tanning Bed Use, Communication Quarterly, 2010, 58, 2, 111

    CrossRef

  58. 58
    Maria Leonora G. Comello, Michael D. Slater, Examining Marijuana User and Non-User Prototypes in Formative Research for Prevention Campaigns, Journal of Drug Education, 2010, 40, 4, 315

    CrossRef

  59. You have free access to this content59
    Tilo Hartmann, Peter Vorderer, It's Okay to Shoot a Character: Moral Disengagement in Violent Video Games, Journal of Communication, 2010, 60, 1
  60. 60
    Lijiang Shen, On a Scale of State Empathy During Message Processing, Western Journal of Communication, 2010, 74, 5, 504

    CrossRef

  61. 61
    Terry J. Brown, Sam H. Ham, Michael Hughes, Picking up litter: an application of theory-based communication to influence tourist behaviour in protected areas, Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 2010, 18, 7, 879

    CrossRef

  62. 62
    W. Timothy Coombs, Kristin M. Pace, Tomasz A. Fediuk, Isabel C. Botero, The acceptance of responsibility and expressions of regret in organizational apologies after a transgression, Corporate Communications: An International Journal, 2010, 15, 4, 410

    CrossRef

  63. 63
    Xiaorui Hu, Guohua Wu, Yuhong Wu, Han Zhang, The effects of Web assurance seals on consumers' initial trust in an online vendor: A functional perspective, Decision Support Systems, 2010, 48, 2, 407

    CrossRef

  64. 64
    Xiaoli Nan, Xiaoquan Zhao, The Influence of Liking for Antismoking PSAs on Adolescents' Smoking-Related Behavioral Intentions, Health Communication, 2010, 25, 5, 459

    CrossRef

  65. 65
    Amy E. Leader, Judith L. Weiner, Bridget J. Kelly, Robert C. Hornik, Joseph N. Cappella, Effects of Information Framing on Human Papillomavirus Vaccination, Journal of Women's Health, 2009, 18, 2, 225

    CrossRef

  66. 66
    Elly A. Konijn, Juliette H. Walma van der Molen, Sander van Nes, Emotions Bias Perceptions of Realism in Audiovisual Media: Why We May Take Fiction for Real, Discourse Processes, 2009, 46, 4, 309

    CrossRef

  67. 67
    Glenn Leshner, Paul Bolls, Erika Thomas, Scare' Em or Disgust 'Em: The Effects of Graphic Health Promotion Messages, Health Communication, 2009, 24, 5, 447

    CrossRef

  68. 68
    Maria Leonora G. Comello, William James on “Possible Selves”: Implications for Studying Identity in Communication Contexts, Communication Theory, 2009, 19, 3
  69. 69
    James M. Tyler, In the Eyes of Others: Monitoring for Relational Value Cues, Human Communication Research, 2008, 34, 4
  70. 70
    Josh Compton, Michael Pfau, Inoculating Against Pro-Plagiarism Justifications: Rational and Affective Strategies, Journal of Applied Communication Research, 2008, 36, 1, 98

    CrossRef

  71. 71
    Jakob D. Jensen, Scientific Uncertainty in News Coverage of Cancer Research: Effects of Hedging on Scientists’ and Journalists’ Credibility, Human Communication Research, 2008, 34, 3
  72. You have free access to this content72
    Stephanie Tom Tong, Brandon Van Der Heide, Lindsey Langwell, Joseph B. Walther, Too Much of a Good Thing? The Relationship Between Number of Friends and Interpersonal Impressions on Facebook, Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 2008, 13, 3
  73. 73
    Robin L. Nabi, Emily Moyer-Gusé, Sahara Byrne, All Joking Aside: A Serious Investigation into the Persuasive Effect of Funny Social Issue Messages, Communication Monographs, 2007, 74, 1, 29

    CrossRef

  74. 74
    Chen-Chao Tao, Erik P. Bucy, Conceptualizing Media Stimuli in Experimental Research: Psychological Versus Attribute-Based Definitions, Human Communication Research, 2007, 33, 4
  75. 75
    Sungjin Ryu, Susan Kline, Jinsuk Kim, Identification with television newscasters and Korean college students' voting intentions and political activities, Asian Journal of Social Psychology, 2007, 10, 3
  76. 76
    Jeff Niederdeppe, Kevin C. Davis, Matthew C. Farrelly, Jared Yarsevich, Stylistic Features, Need for Sensation, and Confirmed Recall of National Smoking Prevention Advertisements, Journal of Communication, 2007, 57, 2
  77. 77
    Hee Sun Park, Timothy R. Levine, Catherine Y. Kingsley Westerman, Tierney Orfgen, Sarah Foregger, The Effects of Argument Quality and Involvement Type on Attitude Formation and Attitude Change: A Test of Dual-Process and Social Judgment Predictions, Human Communication Research, 2007, 33, 1
  78. 78
    Erik P. Bucy, Chen-Chao Tao, The Mediated Moderation Model of Interactivity, Media Psychology, 2007, 9, 3, 647

    CrossRef

  79. 79
    Brian G. Southwell, George Anghelcev, Itai Himelboim, Julie Jones, Translating user control availability into perception: the moderating role of prior experience, Computers in Human Behavior, 2007, 23, 1, 554

    CrossRef

  80. 80
    Roxanne Parrott, Kami Silk, Kelly Dorgan, Celeste Condit, Tina Harris, Risk Comprehension and Judgments of Statistical Evidentiary Appeals, Human Communication Research, 2005, 31, 3
  81. 81
    Jeffrey D. Niederdeppe, Syntactic Indeterminacy, Perceived Message Sensation Value-Enhancing Features, and Message Processing in the Context of Anti-Tobacco Advertisements An earlier version of this manuscript was presented at the 2004 National Communication Association Annual Convention in Chicago, IL, November 11–14, 2004, Communication Monographs, 2005, 72, 3, 324

    CrossRef

  82. 82
    Sriram “Sri” Kalyanaraman, Bartosz W. Wojdynski, Affording Control,
  83. 83
    Glenn Leshner, The Basics of Experimental Research in Media Studies, The International Encyclopedia of Media Studies,