Publications and Presentations

The following publications and presentations have resulted from ANHCS data. Some presentations or publications may involve data from specific modules that are not included in the core dataset available through this website. For questions on information contained in any of the publications/presentations below please contact us at anhcs@asc.upenn.edu.

Publications


Published:

2011
  1. Murphy, S.T., Frank, L.B., Moran, M., & Woodley, P. (2011). Involved, Transported or Emotional? Exploring the Determinants of Change in Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior In Entertainment Education. Journal of Communication.
  2. Chen, N., & Murphy, S.T. (2011). Examining the role of media coverage in trust in public health agencies in H1N1 influenza prevention. International Journal of Public Health, 3(1).
2010
  1. Bigman, C., & Cappella, J. (2010). Effective or ineffective: Attribute framing and human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine. Patient Education and Counseling.. doi: 10.1016/j.pec.2010.08.014
  2. Bleakley, A., Hennessy, M., & Fishbein, M. (2010). Predicting Preference for Types of Sex Education in US Schools. Sexual Research and Social Policy. doi: 10.1007/s13178-010-0008-z
  3. Lee, C-J. (2010). The interplay between media use and interpersonal communication in the context of healthy lifestyle behaviors: Reinforcing or substituting? Communication and Society, 13(1): 48-66.
  4. Lee, C-J., & Neiderdeppe, J. (2010). Genre-specific cultivation effects: lagged associations between overall TV viewing, local TV news viewing, and fatalistic beliefs about cancer prevention. Communication Research. doi: 10.1177/009365021038499
  5. Niederdeppe, J., & Fowler, E. (2010). Does local television news coverage cultivate fatalistic beliefs about cancer prevention? Journal of Communication, 1;60(2): 230-253.
  6. Shim, M., Cappella, J.N., & Lerman, C. (2010). Familial Risk Cues in Direct-to-Consumer Prescription Drug Advertisements: Impacts on Intentions to Adopt Healthy Lifestyles and Pharmaceutical Choices. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 38(3), 230-247.
2009
  1. Ball-Rokeach S.J., & Wilkin, H. (2009). Ethnic Differences in Health Information Seeking Behavior: Methodological and Applied Issues. Communication Research Reports 26, No. 1, February 2009, pp. 1-8.
  2. Hoff, P. (2009). A hierarchical eigenmodel for pooled covariance estimation. Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Volume 71, Issue 5, pp: 905–1054.
  3. Kelly, B., Leader, A., Mittermaier, D., Hornik, R., & Cappella, J.N. (2009). The HPV vaccine and the media: How has the topic been covered and what are the effects on knowledge? Patient Education and Counseling. doi:10.1016/j.pec.2009.03.018
  4. Leader, A., Weiner, J., Kelly, B., Hornik, R., & Cappella, J.N. (2009). Effects of information framing on Human Papilloma Virus vaccination. Journal of Womens’ Health, 2;18(2):225-33.
  5. Lee, C-J., & Hornik, R.C (2009). Physician trust moderates the Internet use and physician visit relationship. Journal of Health Communication, 14(1):70-6.
  6. Martinez, L.S., & Lewis, N. (2009). The role of the media in shaping public opinion surrounding prescription drug use to treat depression and anxiety disorders in children: Possible side effects may include... Journal of Health Communication, 14(3):246-261.
  7. Murphy, S.T., Cody, M.J., Frank, L.B., Glik, D., & Ang, A. (2009). Predictors of preparedness and compliance in natural disasters and terrorist attacks. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. doi:10.1001/DMP.0b013e3181a9c6c5
  8. Nguyen, G., & Leader, A. (2009). Awareness of anticancer vaccines among Asian American women with limited English proficiency: An opportunity for improved public health communication. Journal of Cancer Education, 24(4): 280-283.
  9. Wong, N.C.H., & Cappella, J.N. (2009). Anti-smoking threat and efficacy appeals: Effects on smoking cessation intentions for smokers low and high in readiness to quit. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 37(1): 1-20.
2008
  1. Bleakley, A., Fishbein, M., & Holtgrave, D. (2008). An assessment of the relationship between condom labels and HIV-related beliefs and intentions. AIDS and Behavior, 12(3): 452-458.
  2. Hennessy, M., Bleakley, A., & Busse, P. (2008). What is the appropriate regulatory response to wardrobe malfunctions? Fining stations for television sex and violence. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 52(3): 387–407.
  3. Lee, C-J. (2008). Does the Internet displace health professionals? Journal of Health Communication, 13(5): 450-464.
  4. Strasser, A.A., Tang, K.Z., Tuller, M.D., & Cappella, J.N. (2008). PREP advertisement features affect smokers beliefs regarding potential harm. Tobacco Control, 17: i32-i38.
2007
  1. Schnoll, R.A., Hornik, R., Schiller, J., & Lerman C. (2007). Spiral CT and lung cancer: Science, the media, and public opinion. Journal of Clinical Oncology, 25(36): 5695-5697.
2006
  1. Bleakley, A., Hennessy, M., & Fishbein, M. (2006). Public opinion on sex education in US schools. Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine, 160: 1151-1156.

In Press:
  1. Frank, L.B., Murphy, S.T., & Cody, M. (In press). Public perception of the likelihood of a terrorist attack: Colors, events and media coverage. International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters.
  2. Kelly, B., Leader, A., Mittermaier, D., Hornik, R., & Cappella, J.N. (In press). The HPV vaccine and the media: How has the topic been covered and what are the effects on knowledge? Patient Education and Counseling.
  3. Murphy, S. T., Cody, M. J., Frank, L. B., Glik, D., & Ang, A. (In press). Predictors of preparedness and compliance in natural disasters and terrorist attacks. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness.

Presentations


  1. Bleakley, A., Hennessy, M., & Fishbein, M. (2006, February). Sex talk: Policy preferences for sex education in American schools. Paper presented at the Annenberg National Health Communication Survey Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  2. Bleakley, A., Hennessy, M., & Fishbein, M. (2006, November). Sex talk: Policy preferences for sex education in American schools. Paper presented at the American Public Health Association Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  3. Frank, L.B., Murphy, S.T., & Hether, H.J. (2007, July). Health education in entertainment: The case of medical dramas. Poster presented at the International Association for Media Communication Research Conference, Paris, France.
  4. Hennessy, M., Bleakley A., & Fishbein, M. (2006, February). What is the appropriate policy response to wardrobe malfunctions? Fining stations for TV sex and violence. Paper presented at the Annenberg National Health Communication Survey Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  5. Jeong S.H., & Cappella, J.N. (2006, August). Effects of genetic risk information in news about obesity on attributions for self and others. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication: Science Communication Division, San Francisco, CA.
  6. Kelly, B., & Hornik, R. (2007, May). Effects of benefit-target framing on intentions to get vaccinated for avian influenza. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  7. Leader, A., Weiner, J., Kelly, B., Bigman, C., Gray, S., Hornik, R., Cappella, J.N. (2006, November). The effects of information framing on intentions to vaccinate against Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). Paper presented at the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting, Boston, MA.
  8. Lee, C-J. (2006, November). The moderating role of trust on the effects of online health information seeking on Physician visit. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the National Communication Association, San Antonio, TX.
  9. Lee, C-J. (2007, May). The effects of Internet use on health professional contact. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  10. Lee, C-J. (2007, August). Interplay between media use and interpersonal communication in the context of healthy lifestyle behaviors: Reinforcing or substituting? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, DC.
  11. Lee, C-J. (2007, August). Interplay between media use and social participation in the context of healthy lifestyle behaviors: The mediating role of interpersonal health communication. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication, Washington, DC.
  12. Niederdeppe, J. (2006, February). Do the media cultivate fatalistic and confused beliefs about cancer preventability? Paper presented at the Annenberg National Health Communication Survey Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  13. Ramirez, A.S. (2006, August). Latinos' and Whites' preferences for health information from specific sources. Paper presented at the Congress of the Americas, Lima, Peru.
  14. Ramirez, A.S. (2006, February). Latinos' and Whites' preferences for health information from specific sources. Paper presented at the Annenberg National Health Communication Survey Conference, Los Angeles, CA.
  15. Shim, M., Cappella, J.N., & Lerman, C. (2007, May). Genetic cues in direct-to-consumer prescription drug advertisements: Impact on inferences of genetic susceptibility to health conditions, self-efficacy, and behavioral intentions. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  16. Wong, N. (2006, February). Association of cancer worry and genetic determinism with an individual’s adherence/non-adherence to cancer screening and adoption of healthy lifestyle behaviors. Paper presented at the Annenberg National Health Communication Survey Conference, Los Angeles, CA.