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Faculty Publications

Danaë Metaxa, Joon Sung Park, Ronald E. Robertson, Karrie Karahalios, Christo Wilson, Jeff Hancock and Christian Sandvig (2021), "Auditing Algorithms: Understanding Algorithmic Systems from the Outside In", Foundations and Trends in Human–Computer Interaction: Vol. 14: No. 4, pp 272-344.

Choi, S., & Hart, P. S. (2021). The influence of different efficacy constructs on energyconservation intentions and climate change policy support. Environmental Psychology, 75, 101618.

Hart, P. S., Stedman, R. C., & Clarke, C. (2021). Political polarization in support forsubsidizing unprofitable coal power plants. Energy Policy, 150, 112156.

Hart, P. S., & Feldman, L. (2021). The benefit of focusing on air pollution instead of climatechange: How discussing power plant emissions in the context of air pollution, rather than climate change, influences perceived benefits, costs, and political action for policies to limit emissions. Science Communication, 43(2), 199-224.

Feldman, L., Hart, P.S. Upping the ante? The effects of “emergency” and “crisis” framing in climate change news. Climatic Change, 169, 10 (2021).
*In the top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric*In the top 1% of Attention Scores by Altmetric compared to publications of the same age

Chinn, S., Hart, P.S. Effects of consensus messages and political ideology on climate change attitudes: inconsistent findings and the effect of a pretest. Climatic Change, 167, 47 (2021). 
*In the top 25% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric*In the top 8% of Attention Scores by Altmetric compared to publications of the same age 

Chinn, S., & Hart, P. S. (forthcoming). Can’t you all just get along? Effects of scientificdisagreement and incivility on attention to and trust in science. Science Communication.

Chinn, S., & Hart, P. S. (forthcoming). Climate change consensus messages cause reactance. Environmental Communication.
*In the top 5% of all research outputs scored by Altmetric*In the top 8% of Attention Scores by Altmetric compared to publications of the same age

Halegoua, G.R. & Polson, E. (Eds.). (June 2021). Special Issue: Digital Placemaking. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 27(3).

Halegoua, G.R. & Ghiyong Patrick Moon (June 2021). Korean Travel Selfies as Contested Placemaking Practices. Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies. 27(3).

Campbell, S. W., & Ross, M. Q. (2021, available online first). Re-conceptualizing solitude in the digital era: From “being alone” to “noncommunication.” Communication Theory. 

Campbell, S. W., Zhoa, F., Frith, J., & Liang, F. (2021). Imagining 5G: Public sense-making through advertising in China and the US. Mobile Media & Communication 9(3), 546-562. 

Ross, M. Q., & Campbell, S. W. (2021). Thinking and feeling through mobile media and communication: A review of cognitive and affective implications. Review of Communication Research, 9, 147-166. 

Wu, Y., Kuru, O. Campbell, S., Baruh, L. (accepted, in press). Explaining health misinformation belief through news, social, and alternative health media use: The moderating roles of need for cognition and faith in intuition. Health Communication.

Kuru, O. Campbell, S., Bayer, J., Baruh, L., Ling, R. (2021, in press). Encountering and correcting misinformation on WhatsApp: The roles of user motivations and trust in messaging group members. In Wasserman, H. and Madrid-Morales, D. (eds.), Rumors, false news and disinformation in the Global South. Routledge. 

Wenhold, H., & Harrison, K. (2021). Emerging adults and gender norms: Everyday life experiences, media perceptions, attitudes, and future expectations. Gender Issues. https://DOI: 10.1007.s12147-020-09270-3 

 Harrison, K. (2021). Free, appropriate, public, and educational? Screen-schooling U.S. children with disabilities during the 2020 pandemic. Journal of Children and Media, 15, 44-48. https://DOI: 10.1080/17482798.2020.1866628 

Shah, P. E., Hirsch-Pasek, K., Kashdan, T. B., Harrison, K., Rosenblum, K., Weeks, H. M., Singh, P., & Kaciroti, N. (2021). Daily television exposure, parent conversation during shared television viewing and socioeconomic status: Associations with curiosity at kindergarten. PLOS One. https://DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone/0258572 

Harrison, K., & Wenhold H. (in press). Digital attachment objects: Parent-child media conflict among children with and without sensory diagnoses. Proceedings of the 2021 Technology, Mind, & Society Conference, American Psychological Association. 

Cantor, J., & Harrison, K. (funding author) (in press). Parent reports of children’s fright reactions to news of the COVID-19 pandemic: Results from a national U.S. sample. Media Psychology.

Munzer, T., & Harrison, K., (in press). Digital media and children’s development. In M. H. Bornstein & P. Shah (Eds.), APA Handbook of Pediatric Psychology, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics, and Developmental Science. Washington, DC, USA: American Psychological Association. 

Harrison, K., & Kemp, V. (in press). Media, body image, and eating disorders. In D. Lemish (Ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Children, Adolescents, and Media (2nd Ed.). New York, NY: Routledge.

Chuey, M., De Vries, R., Dal Cin, S., & Low, L. K. (2020). Maternity Providers’ Perspectives on Barriers to Utilization of Intermittent Fetal Monitoring: A Qualitative Study. Journal of Perinatal & Neonatal Nursing, 34(1), 46–55.

Cote, A. C., Coles, S. M., & Dal Cin, S. (2021). The interplay of parenting style and family rules about video games on subsequent fighting behavior. Aggressive Behavior, 47(2), 135–147.

Dal Cin, S., Mustafaj, M., & Nielsen, K. (2021). Patterns of media use and leisure time among older adults. New Media & Society, 14614448211062392.

Kim, D.H., Weeks, B.E., Lane, D., Hahn, L.B., & Kwak, N. (2021). Sharing and commenting facilitate political learning on Facebook: Evidence from a panel survey during the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Social Media + Society, 7 (3), 1-11. 

Hiaeschutter-Rice, D., & Weeks, B.E. (2021). Understanding audience engagement with mainstream and alternative news posts on Facebook. Digital Journalism, 9, 519-548.  

Lee, S., Liang, F., Hahn, L., Lane, D.S., Weeks, B.E., & Kwak, N. (2021). The impact of social endorsement cues and manipulability concerns on perceptions of news credibility. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 24, 384-389. 

Kwak, N., Lane, D.S., Lee, S.S., Liang, F., & Weeks, B.E. (2021). From persuasion to deliberation: Do experiences of online political persuasion facilitate dialogic openness? Communication Research, 48, 642-664. 

Chinn, S., & Weeks, B.E. (2021). Effects of competing statistical and testimonial evidence in debates about science. Environmental Communication, 15, 353-368. Weeks, B.E., & Gil de Zúñiga, H. (2021). What’s next? Six observations for political misinformation research. American Behavioral Scientist, 65, 277-289.

Lu, H., Chu, H., & Ma, Y. (2021). Experience, experts, statistics or just science? Predictors and consequences of reliance on different evidence types during the COVID-19 infodemic. Public Understanding of Science, 30(5), 515-534. https://doi: 10.1177/09636625211009685 

Lu, H., Song, H., & McComas, K. A. (2021). Seeking information about enhanced geothermal systems: The role of fairness, uncertainty, systematic processing, and information engagement intentions. Renewable Energy, 169, 855-864. https://doi: 10.1016/j.renene.2021.01.031 

Lu, H., & Yuan, S. (2021). What motivates victim message sharing on social media? Exploring the role of compassion, sadness, expectancy violation, and enjoyment. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction, 63, 102431. https://doi: 10.1016/j.ijdrr.2021.102431 

Lu, H. (2021). Exposure to victim portrayals: The role of multiple emotions in influencing collective action intentions for environmental justice. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 11, 548-560. https://doi:10.1007/s13412-020-00660-3 

Song, H., Lu, H., & McComas, K. A. (2021). The role of fairness in early characterization of new technologies: Effects on selective exposure and risk perception. Risk Analysis, 41(9), 1614-1629. https://doi:10.1111/risa.13633 

Kuru, O., Stecula, D., Lu, H., Ophir, Y., Chan, S., Winneg, K., Jamieson, K. H., & Albarracin, D. (2021). The effects of scientific messages and narratives about vaccination. PLoS ONE, 16(3): e0248328. https://doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0248328 

Lu, H., Chu, H., & Ma, Y. (in press). Mask on while Asian: How acculturation, media use, and alienation influence U.S.-Dwelling Chinese’s protection behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Social Science Journal. https://doi: 10.1080/03623319.2021.1999159 

Chu, H., & Lu, H. (in press). Acculturation, bilateral hostility, and psychological well-being of U.S.-dwelling Chinese during the COVID-19 pandemic. Health Communication. https://doi:10.1080/10410236.2021.2004677 

Lu, H., & Chu, H. (in press). The search between two worlds: Motivations for and consequences of U.S.-Dwelling Chinese’s use of U.S. and Chinese media for COVID-19 information. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly.