Health Communication

(The TQCC of Health Communication is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Considering Emotion in COVID-19 Vaccine Communication: Addressing Vaccine Hesitancy and Fostering Vaccine Confidence483
“Not Soldiers but Fire-fighters” – Metaphors and Covid-19178
Evaluating the Impact of Attempts to Correct Health Misinformation on Social Media: A Meta-Analysis142
Association of COVID-19 Misinformation with Face Mask Wearing and Social Distancing in a Nationally Representative US Sample123
Protection Motivation and the COVID-19 Virus103
Media Exposure and Health Behavior during Pandemics: The Mediating Effect of Perceived Knowledge and Fear on Compliance with COVID-19 Prevention Measures88
(Mis)communicating about COVID-19: Insights from Health and Crisis Communication80
Trapped in a Double Bind: Chinese Overseas Student Anxiety during the COVID-19 Pandemic80
Public Health Messaging during the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond: Lessons from Communication Science75
We Need the Lens of Equity in COVID-19 Communication70
Impact of Information Exposure on Perceived Risk, Efficacy, and Preventative Behaviors at the Beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic in the United States68
Communicating Scientific Uncertainty in an Age of COVID-19: An Investigation into the Use of Preprints by Digital Media Outlets52
Ethical Issues in COVID-19 Communication to Mitigate the Pandemic: Dilemmas and Practical Implications50
Do Social Norms Influence Young People’s Willingness to Take the COVID-19 Vaccine?49
Health Information Consumption under COVID-19 Lockdown: An Interview Study of Residents of Hubei Province, China48
Communicating Uncertainties during the COVID-19 Outbreak46
Why Do Some Americans Resist COVID-19 Prevention Behavior? An Analysis of Issue Importance, Message Fatigue, and Reactance Regarding COVID-19 Messaging44
Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) to Enhance Participation of Racial/Ethnic Minorities in Clinical Trials: A 10-Year Systematic Review42
The Effect of Social Media on Stress among Young Adults during COVID-19 Pandemic: Taking into Account Fatalism and Social Media Exhaustion40
Do Messages Matter? Investigating the Combined Effects of Framing, Outcome Uncertainty, and Number Format on COVID-19 Vaccination Attitudes and Intention40
Construction of Meaning during a Pandemic: The Forgotten Role of Social Norms39
Health Beliefs, Trust in Media Sources, Health Literacy, and Preventive Behaviors among High-Risk Chinese for COVID-1936
“After Philando, I Had to Take a Sick Day to Recover”: Psychological Distress, Trauma and Police Brutality in the Black Community36
What Drives People Away from COVID-19 Information?: Uncovering the Influences of Personal Networks on Information Avoidance33
U.S. Political Partisanship and COVID-19: Risk Information Seeking and Prevention Behaviors31
Global COVID-19 Advertisements: Use of Informational, Transformational and Narrative Advertising Strategies31
Advancing Visual Health Communication Research to Improve Infodemic Response31
Pandemics and PSAs: Rapidly Changing Information in a New Media Landscape30
News Attention and Social-Distancing Behavior Amid COVID-19: How Media Trust and Social Norms Moderate a Mediated Relationship30
Do Norms Matter? Examining Norm-Based Messages in HPV Vaccination Promotion30
In Science We Trust: The Effects of Information Sources on COVID-19 Risk Perceptions29
Provider-Patient Communication on Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (Prep) for HIV Prevention: An Exploration of Healthcare Provider Challenges28
Misinformation Exposure and Acceptance: The Role of Information Seeking and Processing27
Toward More Effective Public Health Interventions during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Suggesting Audience Segmentation Based on Social and Media Resources27
Mainstream News Media’s Role in Public Health Communication During Crises: Assessment of Coverage and Correction of COVID-19 Misinformation27
Red Media, Blue Media, Trump Briefings, and COVID-19: Examining How Information Sources Predict Risk Preventive Behaviors via Threat and Efficacy27
Uncertainty Management and Curve Flattening Behaviors in the Wake of COVID-19’s First Wave26
Wear or Not to Wear a Mask? Recommendation Inconsistency, Government Trust and the Adoption of Protection Behaviors in Cross-Lagged TPB Models26
Perceived Knowledge as [Protective] Power: Parents’ Protective Efficacy, Information-Seeking, and Scrutiny during COVID-1925
Social Media as Risk-Attenuation and Misinformation-Amplification Station: How Social Media Interaction Affects Misperceptions about COVID-1925
The Battle is On: Factors that Motivate People to Combat Anti-Vaccine Misinformation25
Negotiating Health Amidst COVID-19 Lockdown in Low-income Communities in Aotearoa New Zealand25
Persuasive Messages, Social Norms, and Reactance: A Study of Masking Behavior during a COVID-19 Campus Health Campaign24
Intentions to be Vaccinated Against COVID-19: The Role of Prosociality and Conspiracy Beliefs across 20 Countries24
COVID-19 Message Fatigue: How Does It Predict Preventive Behavioral Intentions and What Types of Information are People Tired of Hearing About?24
Trust in Doctors, Positive Attitudes, and Vaccination Behavior: The Role of Doctor–Patient Communication in H1N1 Vaccination23
African American Women’s Maternal Healthcare Experiences: A Critical Race Theory Perspective23
The Effects of Agency Assignment and Reference Point on Responses to COVID-19 Messages23
“The Part Played by People” in Times of COVID-19: Interpersonal Communication about Media Coverage in a Pandemic Crisis23
Reducing Psychological Reactance to Health Promotion Messages: Comparing Preemptive and Postscript Mitigation Strategies22
Using Descriptive and Injunctive Norms to Encourage COVID-19 Social Distancing and Vaccinations22
I Wear a Mask for My Country: Conspiracy Theories, Nationalism, and Intention to Adopt Covid-19 Prevention Behaviors at the Later Stage of Pandemic Control in China21
Applying Best Practices from Health Communication to Support a University’s Response to COVID-1921
Can Avatar Appearance Influence Physical Activity? User-Avatar Similarity and Proteus Effects on Cardiac Frequency and Step Counts21
“Do You Know How Much I Suffer?”: How Young People Negotiate the Tellability of Their Mental Health Disruption in Anonymous Distress Narratives on Social Media21
An Eye Tracking Approach to Understanding Misinformation and Correction Strategies on Social Media: The Mediating Role of Attention and Credibility to Reduce HPV Vaccine Misperceptions21
“It’s All in Your Head”: A Meta-Synthesis of Qualitative Research About Disenfranchising Talk Experienced by Female Patients with Chronic Overlapping Pain Conditions20
The Effects of a News Literacy Video and Real-Time Corrections to Video Misinformation Related to Sunscreen and Skin Cancer20
“Mental Health” as Defined by Twitter: Frames, Emotions, Stigma20
Experimental Effects of Viewing Thin and Plus-Size Models in Objectifying and Empowering Contexts on Instagram20
Cultural Differences in Cancer Information Acquisition: Cancer Risk Perceptions, Fatalistic Beliefs, and Worry as Predictors of Cancer Information Seeking and Avoidance in the U.S. and China20
Mental Models of Infectious Diseases and Public Understanding of COVID-19 Prevention20
How Public Health Agencies Break through COVID-19 Conversations: A Strategic Network Approach to Public Engagement20
Risk and Health Communication during Covid-19: A Linguistic Landscape Analysis20
Introduction to the Special Issue on “Public Health Communication in an Age of COVID-19”19
Please Scream Inside Your Heart: Compounded Loss and Coping during the COVID-19 Pandemic19
Unsusceptible to Social Communication? The Fixture of the Factors Predicting Decisions on Different Vaccinations19
“I Don’t Feel Like a Hero”: Frontline Healthcare Providers’ Social Media Storytelling during COVID-1919
The Role of Influence of Presumed Influence and Anticipated Guilt in Evoking Social Correction of COVID-19 Misinformation19
Fitspiration on Instagram: Identifying Topic Clusters in User Comments to Posts with Objectification Features19
How Video Streamers’ Mental Health Disclosures Affect Viewers’ Risk Perceptions19
Can We Communicate Autonomy Support and a Mandate? How Motivating Messages Relate to Motivation for Staying at Home across Time during the COVID-19 Pandemic18
Memorable Messages as Anticipatory Resilience: Examining Associations among Memorable Messages, Communication Resilience Processes, and Mental Health18
Preventing the COVID-19 Outbreak in Vietnam: Social Media Campaign Exposure and the Role of Interpersonal Communication17
Caring for Patients without Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): Material Conditions as Multidimensional Cascading Triggers for Resilience Processes17
Public Support for COVID-19 Responses: Cultural Cognition, Risk Perception, and Emotions17
Predicting Intentions to Vaccinate against COVID-19 and Seasonal Flu: The Role of Consideration of Future and Immediate Consequences17
Mediating Medical Marijuana: Exploring How Veterans Discuss Their Stigmatized Substance Use on Reddit17
Fear of Zika: Information Seeking as Cause and Consequence17
Practitioners’ Dilemmas and Strategies in Decision-Making Conversations Where Patients and Companions Take Divergent Positions on a Healthcare Measure: An Observational Study Using Conversation Analys17
Learning from Black/African American Participants: Applying the Integrated Behavioral Model to Assess Recruitment Strategies for a Glaucoma Genetic Study16
Descriptive, Injunctive, and Collective Norms: An Expansion of the Theory of Normative Social Behavior (TNSB)16
Extending the Roots of Memorable Messages: A Comprehensive Review and Forecast of Memorable Message Literature and Theory16
Fear of COVID-19: What Causes Fear and How Individuals Cope with It16
Patient-Centered Communication to Address Young Adult Breast Cancer Survivors’ Reproductive and Sexual Health Concerns16
How Interactive Data Visualization and Users’ BMI (Body Mass Index) Influence Obesity Prevention Intentions: The Mediating Effect of Cognitive Absorption16
Social Media Communication about HPV Vaccine in China: A Study Using Topic Modeling and Survey16
Pornography Consumption and Sexual Choking: An Evaluation of Theoretical Mechanisms16
I Will Get Myself Vaccinated for Others: The Interplay of Message Frame, Reference Point, and Perceived Risk on Intention for COVID-19 Vaccine15
Can Interactive Media Attenuate Psychological Reactance to Health Messages? A Study of the Role Played by User Commenting and Audience Metrics in Persuasion15
Effects of Media Health Literacy School-Based Interventions on Adolescents’ Body Image Concerns, Eating Concerns, and Thin-Internalization Attitudes: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis15
What Causes Postpartum Depression and How to Cope with It: A Phenomenological Study of Mothers in China15
Do We Trust the Crowd? Effects of Crowdsourcing on Perceived Credibility of Online Health Information15
Entertainment-Education Campaigns and COVID-19: How Three Global Organizations Adapted the Health Communication Strategy for Pandemic Response and Takeaways for the Future15
The Role of Pandemic Fatigue in Seeking and Avoiding Information on COVID-19 Among Young Adults15
Understanding Online Health Risk Information Seeking and Avoiding during the COVID-19 Pandemic15
COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy in Three Latin American Countries: Reasons Given for Not Becoming Vaccinated in Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela15
Linking Risk Perception to Breast Cancer Examination Intention in China: Examining an Adapted Cognitive Mediation Model15
Explaining Health Misinformation Belief through News, Social, and Alternative Health Media Use: The Moderating Roles of Need for Cognition and Faith in Intuition15
The Politicization of Health and Science: Role of Political Cues in Shaping the Beliefs of the Vaccine-Autism Link15
Social Distancing during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Switzerland: Health Protective Behavior in the Context of Communication and Perceptions of Efficacy, Norms, and Threat15
Decision-Making Criteria When Contemplating Disclosure of Transgender Identity to Medical Providers15
Sending and Receiving Safety and Risk Messages in Hospitals: An Exploration into Organizational Communication Channels and Providers’ Communication Overload14
Keeping Citizens Informed and Engaged During the COVID-19 Pandemic Using #YoMeInformoPMA: A Case from Latin America14
Cancer Information-seeking in an Age of COVID-19: Findings from the National Cancer Institute’s Cancer Information Service14
Modeling the Mediating and Moderating Roles of Risk Perceptions, Efficacy, Desired Uncertainty, and Worry in Information Seeking-Cancer Screening Relationship Using HINTS 2017 Data14
Do People Actually “Listen to the Experts”? A Cautionary Note on Assuming Expert Credibility and Persuasiveness on Public Health Policy Advocacy14
Beyond Personal Experiences: Examining Mediated Vicarious Experiences as an Antecedent of Medical Mistrust14
Intergenerational Online Health Information Searching and Brokering: Framing Health Literacy as a Family Asset14
#AbortionChangesYou: A Case Study to Understand the Communicative Tensions in Women’s Medication Abortion Narratives14
Determinants of Beijing Residents’ Intentions to Take Protective Behaviors against Smog: An Application of the Health Belief Model14
Message Fatigue to Bystander Intervention Messages: Examining Pathways of Resistance among College Men13
Vaccine Hesitancy Under the Magnifying Glass: A Systematic Review of the Uses and Misuses of an Increasingly Popular Construct13
A Longitudinal Analysis of Americans’ Media Sources, Risk Perceptions, and Judged Need for Action during the Zika Outbreak13
Exploring the Role of Social Support in Promoting Patient Participation in Health Care among Women with Breast Cancer13
News Frames and News Exposure Predicting Flu Vaccination Uptake: Evidence from U.S. Newspapers, 2011–2018 Using Computational Methods13
Masks Are the New Condoms: Health Communication, Intersectionality and Racial Equity in COVID-Times12
Predicting COVID-19 Vaccination Intention: The Roles of Institutional Trust, Perceived Vaccine Safety, and Interdependent Self-Construal12
Family Connections and the Latino Health Paradox: Exploring the Mediating Role of Loneliness in the Relationships Between the Latina/o Cultural Value of Familism and Health12
Associations Between COVID-19 Information Acquisition and Vaccination Intention: The Roles of Anticipated Regret and Collective Responsibility12
Women’s Experiences of Health-Related Communicative Disenfranchisement12
Tracking the Influence of Misinformation on Elderly People’s Perceptions and Intention to Accept COVID-19 Vaccines12
A Mixed Methods Inquiry into the Role of Tom Hanks’ COVID-19 Social Media Disclosure in Shaping Willingness to Engage in Prevention Behaviors12
Inequalities in Covid-19 Messaging: A Systematic Scoping Review12
Sharing health information across online platforms: A systematic review12
What Does Patient-Centered Communication Look Like?: Linguistic Markers of Provider Compassionate Care and Shared Decision-Making and Their Impacts on Patient Outcomes12
Predicting Information Behaviors in the COVID-19 Pandemic: Integrating the Role of Emotions and Subjective Norms into the Situational Theory of Problem Solving (STOPS) Framework12
When Are We Going to Hold Orthorexia to the Same Standard as Anorexia and Bulimia?” Exploring the Medicalization Process of Orthorexia Nervosa on Twitter11
How Women Suffering from Endometriosis Disclose about their Disorder at Work11
Organizational Sensegiving in Family-Centered Care: How NICU Nurses Help Families Make Sense of the NICU Experience11
The Fixed Childfree Subjectivity: Performing Meta-Facework about Sterilization on Reddit11
How Does Online e-cigarette Advertisement Promote Youth’s e-cigarettes Use? The Mediating Roles of Social Norm and Risk Perceptions11
Older Adults’ Activities on Facebook: Can Affordances Predict Intrinsic Motivation and Well-Being?11
Challenges and Barriers in Intercultural Communication between Patients with Immigration Backgrounds and Health Professionals: A Systematic Literature Review11
Does Warm Glow Promote Physical Activity? Examining the Relative Effectiveness of Self-Benefiting versus Other-Benefiting Incentives in Motivating Fitness App Use by Corporate Sponsorship Programs11
Using Virtual Reality to Improve the Quality of Life of Older Adults with Cognitive Impairments and their Family Members who Live at a Distance11
Adolescents’ Disclosure of Mental Illness to Parents: Preferences and Barriers11
The Influence of Pop Songs Referencing Anxiety, Depression, and Suicidal Ideation on College Students’ Mental Health Empathy, Stigma, and Behavioral Intentions11
When Health Organization Answers the Question: Differential Effects of Dialogic Messages in Website and Twitter through Social Presence and Psychological Distance11
Introduction to the Special Forum on “Public Health Communication in an Age of COVID-19”10
Testing the Effectiveness of Message Framing and Episodic Future Thinking in Promoting HPV Vaccination via Anticipated Regret10
Ante La Duda, Pregunta: A Social Marketing Campaign to Improve Contraceptive Access during a Public Health Emergency10
“I Do Not Trust Health Information Shared by My Parents”: Credibility Judgement of Health (Mis)information on Social Media in China10
The Influence of Stigmatizing Messages on Danger Appraisal: Examining the Model of Stigma Communication for Opioid-Related Stigma, Policy Support, and Related Outcomes10
A Content Analysis of Social Support Messages about Environmental Breast Cancer Risk within Blogs for Mothers10
The Impact of Educative News Articles about Suicide Prevention: A Randomized Controlled Trial10
On the Influence of Message/Audience Specifics and Message Appeal Type on Message Empowerment: The Austrian Case of COVID-19 Health Risk Messages10
Work-Family Balance and Managing Spillover Effects Communicatively during COVID-19: Nurses’ Perspectives10
Use of Questioning between Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Patients to Realize TCM Philosophy: Holism, Five Elements and Yin-Yang in the Context of Doctor–Patient Communication10
Psycholinguistic Markers of COVID-19 Conspiracy Tweets and Predictors of Tweet Dissemination10
Exposure Effects or Confirmation Bias? Examining Reciprocal Dynamics of Misinformation, Misperceptions, and Attitudes Toward COVID-19 Vaccines10
Fertility Preservation Decision-Making Communication between Young Adult Cancer Patients and Their Romantic Partners: An Application of the DECIDE Typology10
COVID-19 and Public Masking Compliance in Korea: We-ness and Individualism-Collectivism at the Individual Level10
How Emotional Shifts Effect Youth Perceptions of Opioid Risk and Efficacy: Testing a Know the Truth Campaign Narrative10
Healthcare Providers’ Impact on the Care Experiences of Patients with Endometriosis: The Value of Trust9
Extending the Risk Perception Attitude Framework to Predict Individuals’ Engagement in Collective Actions Against Cancer9
Parent–Child Communication regarding Sport-Related Concussion: An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior9
Assessment of COVID-19 Website Communication in Languages Other than English by Local Health Departments in the United States9
The Effect of Graphic Health Warning Labels Placed on the ENDS Device on Young Adult Users’ Experience, Exposure and Intention to Use: A Pilot Study9
#DoctorsSpeakUp: Exploration of Hashtag Hijacking by Anti-Vaccine Advocates and the Influence of Scientific Counterpublics on Twitter9
Memorable Messages Embedded in Men’s Stories of Miscarriage: Extending Communicated Narrative Sense-Making and Memorable Message Theorizing9
Increasing Receptivity to COVID-19 Public Health Messages with Self-Affirmation and Self vs. Other Framing9
The Role of Narrative Pictorial Warning Labels in Communicating Alcohol-Related Cancer Risks9
Adding Affordances and Communication Efficacy to the Technology Acceptance Model to Study the Messaging Features of Online Patient Portals among Young Adults9
Cross-Country Comparison of Effects of Early Government Communication on Personal Empowerment during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Taiwan and the United States9
How Does Social Media Exposure and Engagement Influence College Students’ Use of ENDS Products? A Cross-lagged Longitudinal Study9
Are Social Media Interventions for Health Behavior Change Efficacious among Populations with Health Disparities?: A Meta-Analytic Review9
On Changing Beliefs in the Closed Human Mind9
Information Seeking Behaviors and Intentions in Response to Environmental Health Risk Messages: A Test of A Reduced Risk Information Seeking Model9
Health Information Seeking as a Coping Strategy to Reduce Alzheimer’s Caregivers’ Stress9
Perceived Message Effectiveness and Campaign-Targeted Beliefs: Evidence of Reciprocal Effects in Youth Tobacco Prevention9
Privacy Management and Health Information Sharing via Contact Tracing during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Hypothetical Study on AI-Based Technologies8
How People in Recovery Manage the Stigma of Being an Alcoholic8
Examining COVID-19 Tweet Diffusion Using an Integrated Social Amplification of Risk and Issue-Attention Cycle Framework8
Behavior Guidance during the Covid-19 Pandemic: Health Literacy as a Weapon against the Virus8
Pornography Consumption and Condomless Sex among Emerging U.S. Adults: Results from Six Nationally Representative Surveys8
Community-Level Health Promotion during a Pandemic: Key Considerations for Health Communication8
Why Is It Difficult for Social Network Members to Support People Living with Mental Illnesses?: Linking Mental Illness Uncertainty to Support Provision8
Do Longitudinal Trends in Tobacco 21-Related Media Coverage Correlate with Policy Support? an Exploratory Analysis Using Supervised and Unsupervised Machine Learning Methods8
A Subjective Culture Approach to Cancer Prevention: Rural Black and White Adults’ Perceptions of Using Virtual Health Assistants to Promote Colorectal Cancer Screening8
“Having Pain is Normal”: How Talk about Chronic Pelvic and Genital Pain Reflects Messages from Menarche8
Does Relationship Matter during a Health Crisis: Examining the Role of Local Government- Public Relationship in the Public Acceptance of COVID-19 Vaccines8
A Scoping Review of Emerging COVID-19 Health Communication Research in Communication and Media Journals8
Exploring the Relationship Between Trust-Building Strategies and Public Engagement on Social Media During the COVID-19 Outbreak8
Epistemic Egocentrism and Processing of Vaccine Misinformation (Vis-à-vis Scientific Evidence): The Case of Vaccine-Autism Link8
Self-Reported versus Actual Alcohol-Related Communication on Instagram: Exploring the Gap8
How Online Patient-Provider Communication Impacts Quality of Life: Examining the Role of Patient-Centered Care and Health Competence8
“Wish I Would Have Known that before I Started Using It”: Contraceptive Messages and Information Seeking among Young Women8
Ethnic Minorities’ Perceptions of COVID-19 Vaccines and Challenges in the Pandemic: A Qualitative Study to Inform COVID-19 Prevention Interventions8
Denying and Accepting a Family Member’s Illness: Uncertainty Management as a Process8
Physician-Patient Communication and Satisfaction in Spanish-Language Primary Care Visits7
Memorable Messages About Fat Bodies Before, During, and After Pregnancy7
Responsible Drinking, Conflicts of Interest, and the Elephant in the Room: A Commentary on A Scoping Review of “Responsible Drinking” Interventions by Gray, Williams & Shaffer (2020)7
What Satisfies Parents of Pediatric Patients in China: A Grounded Theory Building Analysis of Online Physician Reviews7
Who is your Fitspiration? An Exploration of Strong and Weak Ties with Emotions, Body Satisfaction, and the Theory of Planned Behavior7
Children’s, Parents’ and Healthcare Professionals’ Preferences for Weight-Based Terminology in Health Care7
The Importance of Norms and Efficacy in Predicting Undocumented College Students’ Intentions to Talk to an On-Campus Mental Health Professional7
Previvorship Posting: Why Breast Cancer Previvors Share Their Stories on Social Media7
Integrating the Theory of Planned Behavior and Bonding Social Capital to Examine Chinese Women’s Tampon Use Intentions7
Interpersonal Communication Influence on Health-Protective Behaviors amid the COVID-19 Crisis7
Chinese International Students’ Face Concerns, Self-Stigma, Linguistic Factors, and Help-Seeking Intentions for Mental Health7
Effects of Message Presentation Type on GM Food Risk Perception, Similarity Judgment, and Attitude7
Antibiotic Knowledge, Beliefs, and Behaviors: Testing Competing Hypotheses Using an Urban Community Sample7
Television News Media Consumption and Misperceptions about COVID-19 among US Populations at High Risk for Severe Health Outcomes Early in the Pandemic7
Clarifying the Relationship Between Information Seeking and Avoidance: Longitudinal Analyses of Information Behaviors and Their Normative Influences7
Let the Kid Speak: Dynamics of Triadic Medical Interactions Involving Pediatric Patients7
The Dilemma of Correcting Nicotine Misperceptions: Nicotine Replacement Therapy versus Electronic Cigarettes7
The Stereotype Content Model as an Explanation of Biased Perceptions in a Medical Interaction: Implications for Patient-Provider Relationship7
#March for Our Lives: Health Activism, Diagnostic Framing, Gun Control, and the Gun Industry7
Effects of Health Literacy in the Fight Against the COVID-19 Infodemic: The Case of Japan7
Patient-Centered Communication (PCC) in Equine Assisted Mental Health7
Americans’ Trust in COVID-19 Information from Governmental Sources in the Trump Era: Individuals’ Adoption of Preventive Measures, and Health Implications7
Soliciting Social Support from Migrant Domestic Workers’ Connections to Storytelling Networks during a Public Health Crisis7
Balance as Credibility? How Presenting One- vs. Two-Sided Messages Affects Ratings of Scientists’ and Politicians’ Trustworthiness7
Experiencing the Pandemic: Narrative Reflection about Two Coronavirus Outbreaks7
Effects of Information Veracity and Message Frames on Information Dissemination: A Case Study of 2016 Zika Epidemic Discussion on Twitter7
Nostalgic Emotional Valence and Its Effects on Help-Seeking in Depression. An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior7
Perceived Similarity, Utility, and Social Realism as Potential Mediators of the Link between Pornography Use and Condomless Sex7
Trust Matters: The Effects of Social Media Use on the Public’s Health Policy Support Through (mis)beliefs in the Context of HPV Vaccination6
Moralization of E-cigarette Use and Regulation: A Mixed-Method Computational Analysis of Opinion Polarization6
An Examination of How People Appraise and Manage Health-Related Financial Uncertainty6
The Emotional Effects of Gain-Loss Frames in Persuasive Messages about Sun Protection on Health Promotional Outcomes: Evidence from an Experimental Study6
Parental Memorable Messages about Depression: Implications for Perceived Support, Stigma, Relational Satisfaction, and Treatment-Seeking among Young Adults with Depression6
Improving Body Satisfaction Through Fitness App Use: Explicating the Role of Social Comparison, Social Network Size, and Gender6
Medical Students’ Stress and Uncertainty During the COVID-19 Pandemic6
Promoting Patient Engagement in Medical Informed Consent – A Qualitative Study of Chinese Doctors’ Communication Strategies6
Trick or Drink: Offline and Social Media Hierarchical Normative Influences on Halloween Celebration Drinking6
COVID-19 Information in Sweden: Opinions of Immigrants with Limited Proficiency in Swedish6
Motivating COVID-19 Vaccination through Persuasive Communication: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials6
Boil Water Advisories as Risk Communication: Consistency between CDC Guidelines and Local News Media Articles6
Engaging in Health Activism through Neighbor-to-Neighbor Communication6
Social Media vs. Mass Media: Mitigating the Suspicion of Ulterior Motives in Public Health Communication6
Advocacy and Mobilizing for Health Policy Change: Ghanaian News Media’s Framing of a Prescription Opioid Crisis6
Matching Digital Intervention Affordances with Tasks: The Case of a Zoom and WhatsApp Mental Health Intervention for Seniors during the COVID-19 Pandemic6
How Do Patients Define Satisfaction? The Role of Patient Perceptions of Their Participation and Health Provider Emotional Expression6
Avoidance of Interpersonal Discussions About the COVID-19 Vaccination: Applying the Theory of Motivated Information Management6
Doula Support Challenges and Coping Strategies during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications for Maternal Health Inequities6
Linking Network Characteristics of Online Social Networks to Individual Health: A Systematic Review of Literature6
Shining the Light on Altruism and Its Potential Impact for Behavior Change Strategies Related to the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond6
Parents’ Communication Work in the Management of Food Allergies6
Explorations of Health in Aotearoa New Zealand’s Low-income Suburbia6
Get Vaccinated for Loved Ones: Effects of Self-Other Appeal and Message Framing in Promoting HPV Vaccination among Heterosexual Young Men6
The Effect of an Entertainment-Education Intervention on Reproductive Health of Young Women of Color6
“God Doesn’t Make Mistakes”: Memorable Messages, Adjustment, and Grief following Family Death6
Talking about Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: Causes, Processes, and Consequences of Campaign-Induced Interpersonal Communication6
Do Vaping Prevention Messages Impact Adolescents and Young Adults? A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Studies6
An Examination of Condom Brand’s Social Media Influence on Sexual Health Messages6
What Do Social Media Influencers Say About Birth Control? A Content Analysis of YouTube Vlogs About Birth Control6