Parnandi, A., & Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (in press). Visual Biofeedback and Game Adaptation in Relaxation Skill Transfer. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing.
Ahmed, B., Zafar, R., Rihawi, R., and Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (in press). Gaming away stress: Using biofeedback games to learn paced breathing Journal Article Forthcoming. IEEE Transactions on Affective Computing.
Blanton, H., & Ikizer, E. (in press). Elegant science narratives and unintended influences: An agenda for the science of science communication. Social Issues and Policy Review.
LaCroix, J.M., Burrows, C.N., & Blanton, H. (in press). Effects of immersive, sexually objectifying and violent video games on hostile sexism in males. Communication Research Reports.
Burrows, C.N., & Blanton, H. (in press). Dynamic In-Game Social Marketing: Delivering Low-Fear Health Communications in a Low-Fear Game. Games for Health Journal.
Dunaway, Johanna L., Kathleen Searles, Mingxiao Sui and Newly Paul. (in press). News Attention in a Mobile Era. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
Lueck, J. (in press). Respecting the ‘Stages’ of Depression: Considering Depression Severity and Readiness to Seek Help. Patient Education and Counseling.
Caldwell, K., Fields, S., Lench, H. C., & Lazerus, T. (2018). Prompts to regulate emotions improve the impact of health messages on eating intentions and behavior. Motivation And Emotion, doi:10.1007/s11031-018-9666-6
Peña, J., Khan, S., Burrows, C., & Blanton, H. (2018). How Persuasive Are In-Game Health Messages in First-Person Shooter Games? Exploring Knowledge-Activation and Thought-Disruption Mechanisms. Communication Reports. DOI: 10.1080/08824096.2018.1469484
Wang, Z., Parnandi, A., & Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (2018). BioPad: Leveraging off-the-Shelf Video Games for Stress Self-Regulation. Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, 22(1), 47-55.
Blanton, H., & Ikizer, E.G. (2017). The bullet-point bias: How diluted science communications can impede social progress. In J.T. Crawford, & L. Jussim (Eds.), The Politics of Social Psychology (168 – 190). New York: Routledge.
Burkley, M., & Blanton, H. (2017). The dilemmatics approach to applied research design: A case study of violent video game effects and aggression. In L. Steg, K. Kees, A.P. Buunk, & T. Rothengatter (Eds.) Applied Social Psychology (pp. 82 – 108). Cambridge University Press.
Darr, Joshua P. and Johanna L. Dunaway. (2017). Resurgent Mass Partisanship Revisited: The Role of Media Choice in Clarifying Elite Ideology. American Politics Research.
Fields, S., Smallman, R., Hicks, J., Lange, K.* & Thamotharan, S.* (2017). Narrowing of attention
following food cue exposure in obese emerging adults: Does impulsivity matter? Personality and
Individual Differences, 108, 144-148.
Lueck, J. (2017). Examining determinants of help-seeking for depression: Implications for effective health promotion messages. Journal of Communication in Healthcare. DOI: 10.1080/17538068.2017.1417957
Lueck, J. A. (2017). Matching message design and depressed cognition: An exploration of attention patterns for gain- and loss-framed depression help-seeking messages. Journal of Health Communication, 22(7), 593-603.
Lueck, J., & Yzer, Y. (2017). Explaining Intentions to Seek Help for Depressive Symptoms in the Context of Responsibility Message Framing. Health Communication, 25, 1 – 8.
Nagler, R. H., Lueck, J. A., & Gray-Duffy, L. (2017). Awareness and reactions to mammography controversy among ethnic immigrant women. Health Expectations, 20(4), 638-647.
Parnandi, a., & Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (2017). Physiological modalities for relaxation skill transfer in biofeedback games. Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics, 21(2), 361-371, 2017.
Potter, J. D., & Dunaway, J. L. (2017). Voters’ perceptions of party platforms: The role of changing information contexts. Social Science Quarterly, 98(3), 804-817.
Sui, Mingxiao, Johanna Dunaway, David Sobek, Andrew Abad, Lauren Goodman, and Paromita Saha. (2017). U.S. News Coverage of Global Terrorist Incidents. Mass Communication & Society.
Ikizer, E.G., & Blanton, H. (2016). Media coverage of “wise” interventions can reduce concern for the disadvantaged. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 22(2), 135 – 147.
Potter, J. D., & Dunaway, J. L. (2016). Reinforcing or Breaking Party Systems? Internet Communication Technologies and Party Competition in Comparative Context. Political Communication, 33(3), 392-413.
Davis, N. T., & Dunaway, J. L. (2016). Party Polarization, Media Choice, and Mass Partisan-Ideological Sorting, Public Opinion Quarterly, 80272-297. doi:10.1093/poq/nfw002
Blanton, H., & Jaccard, J. (2015). Not so fast: Ten challenges to importing implicit attitude measures to media psychology. Media Psychology, 18(3), 338 – 369.
Burrows, C.N., & Blanton, H. (2015). Real-world persuasion from virtual world campaigns: How transportation into virtual worlds moderates in-game influence. Communication Research, 43(4), 542 – 570.
Dunaway, J. L., Davis, N. T., Padgett, J., & Scholl, R. M. (2015). Objectivity and Information Bias in Campaign News. Journal of Communication, 65(5), 770-792.
Dunaway, J., and Lawrence, R. G. (2015). What Predicts the Game Frame? Media Ownership, Electoral Context, and Campaign News. Political Communication, 32(1), 43-60.
Hicks, J. A., Fields, S., Davis, W. E., & Gable, P. A. (2015). Heavy drinking, impulsivity and attentional narrowing following alcohol cue exposure. Psychopharmacology, 232(15), 2773-2779. doi:10.1007/s00213-015-3912-3
Huh, J., Suzuki-Lambrecht, Y., Lueck, J., & Gross, M. (2015). Presentation matters: Comparison of cognitive effects of DTC prescription drug advergames, websites, and print ads. Journal of Advertising, 44(4), 360-374.
Lueck, J. (2015). Friend-zone with benefits: The parasocial advertising of Kim Kardashian. Journal of Marketing Communications, 21(2), 91-109.
Parnandi, A. Karappa, V., Lan*, T., Shahin, M., McKechnie, J., Ballard, K., Ahmed, B. & Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (2015). Development of a remote therapy tool for childhood apraxia of speech. ACM Transactions on Accessible Computing, 7(3, No. 10), 1 – 10.
Strauts, E., & Blanton, H. (2015). That’s not funny: Instrument validation of the concern for political correctness scale. Personality and Individual Differences, 80, 32 – 40.
Thamotharan, S., Hahn, H., & Fields, S. (2017). Drug use status in youth: The role of gender and delay discounting. Substance Use & Misuse, 52(10), 1338-1347. doi:10.1080/10826084.2017.1280831
Blanton, H., Snyder, L.B., Strauts, E., & Larson, J.G. (2014). Effect of graphic cigarette warnings on smoking intentions in young adults. PLOS ONE, 9(5), e96315. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0096315.
Parnandi, a., & Gutierrez-Osuna, R. (2014). A Comparative Study of Game Mechanics and Control Laws for an Adaptive Physiological Game. Journal on Multimodal User Interfaces, 9(1), 31-42.
Blanton, H., Gerrard, M., & McClive, K. (2013). Threading the needle in health-risk communication: Increasing vulnerability salience while promoting self-worth. Journal of Health Communication, 18(11), 1279 – 1292.
Fields, S.A., Sabet, M., & Reynolds, B. (2013). Dimensions of impulsive behavior in obese, overweight, and health-weight adolescents. Appetite, 70, 60 – 66.
Dunaway, J., Lawrence, R. G., Rose, M., and Weber, C. (2013). Traits versus Issues: News Coverage of Female Candidates for Senatorial and Gubernatorial Office. Political Research Quarterly, 66, 715-726.
Dunaway, J., and Stein, R. M. (2013). Early Voting and Campaign News Coverage. Political Communication, 30(2), 278-296.
Dunaway, J., (2013). Media Ownership and Story Tone in Campaign News Coverage. American Politics Research, 41, 24-53.
Thamotharan, S., Lange, K., Zale, E. L., Huffhines, L., & Fields, S. (2013). The role of impulsivity in pediatric obesity and weight status: A meta-analytic review. Clinical Psychology Review, 33(2), 253-262. doi:10.1016/j.cpr.2012.12.001
Blanton, H., Strauts, E., & Perez, M. (2012). Partisan identification as a predictor of cortisol response to election news. Political Communication, 29(4), 447 – 460.
Johnson, T., Dunaway, J., and Weber, C. (2011). Consider the Source: Variations in the Effects of Negative Campaign Information. Journal of Integrated Social Sciences, 2(1), 98-127.
Fields, S., Collins, C., Leraas, K., & Reynolds, B. (2009). Dimensions of impulsive behavior in adolescent smokers and nonsmokers. Experimental And Clinical Psychopharmacology, 17(5), 302-311. doi:10.1037/a0017185
Fields, S., Leraas, K., Collins, C., & Reynolds, B. (2009). Delay discounting as a mediator of the relationship between perceived stress and cigarette smoking status in adolescents. Behavioural Pharmacology, 20(5-6), 455-460. doi:10.1097/FBP.0b013e328330dcff
Blanton, H., & Hall, D. (2009). Punishing difference and rewarding diversity: A deviance regulation analysis of social structure. In J. Forgas, R. Baumeister, & D. Tice (Eds). The Psychology of Self -Regulation (Sydney Symposium in Social Psychology). (pp. 273 – 288). Brighton, NY: Psychology Press.
Karver, M. S., Handelsman, J. B., Fields, S., & Bickman, L. (2005). A Theoretical Model of Common Process Factors in Youth and Family Therapy. Mental Health Services Research, 7(1), 35-51. doi:10.1007/s11020-005-1964-4
Blanton, H., & Christie, C. (2003). Deviance regulation: A theory of identity and action. Review of General Psychology, 7(2), 115 – 149.