Friedman, S. & Sutton, J. (forthcoming). Evolving coverage of risk in the mass and social media. In D. O’Hair and M O’Hair (Eds.) Handbook of Applied Communication Research.  Toronto, Canada: Wiley

Ivanov, B., Parker. K. A., & Dillingham, L. L. (forthcoming). Applying inoculation to diverse communication contexts. In H. D. O’Hair and M. J. O’Hair (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Communication Research. Wiley. 

Kerr, A. M., Harrington, N. G., & Scott, A. M. (in press). Communication and the appraisal of uncertainty: Exploring parents' communication with credible authorities in the context of chronic childhood illness health communication. Health Communication.

Mayorga, M. W., Helsel, E., Hester, E. B., Ivanov, B., Sellnow, T. L., Burns, W. J., & Slovic, P. (forthcoming). Enhancing public resistance to deliberate fake news: A review of the problem and a proposition for inoculation-based strategic solution. In H. D. O’Hair and M. J. O’Hair (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Communication Research. Wiley.

Parker, K. A., Ivanov, B., & Geegan. S. (forthcoming). Social marketing: Applying strategies to social change campaigns. In H. D. O’Hair and M. J. O’Hair (Eds.), Handbook of Applied Communication Research. Wiley.

Sutton, J. & Kuligowski, E. (forthcoming). Alerts and warnings for short messaging channels: Guidance from an expert panel process.  Natural Hazards Review.

Sutton, J. & Kaufman, R. (forthcoming). That’s a myth!  Teaching about disaster myths through experiential learning.  International Journal of Mass Emergencies and Disasters.   

Van Stee, S. K., Noar, S. M., Harrington, N. G., & Grant, L. F. (in press). The effects of metaphor use and message format on cognitive processing and persuasive outcomes of condom promotion messages. Communication Studies.

Veil, S. R., & *Woods, C. L. (in press). Resilience. In R. L. Heath & W. Johansen (Eds.), International encyclopedia of strategic communication. New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Veil, S. R., Woods, C. L., & Hecht, R. D. (in press). The journalist as the audience: Evaluating the U.S. Navy’s “Sailor for a Day” campaign. Public Relations Review. doi: 10.1016/j.pubrev.2018.08.010

Wombacher, K., Watterson, T., Scott, A. M., Harrington, N. G., & Martin, C. A. (in press). Exploring barriers for psychiatrists in discussing substance abuse with child and adolescent patients. Journal of Applied Communication Research.

Wombacher, K., Dai, M., Matig, J., & Harrington, N. G. (in press). Using the integrative model of behavioral prediction to understand college students’ STI beliefs, intentions, and behaviors. Journal of American Public Health.



Dai, M., Wombacher, K., Matig, J., & Harrington, N. G. (2018). Using the integrative model of behavioral prediction to understand college students’ hookup sex beliefs, intentions, and behaviors. Health Communication, 33(9), 1078-1087.

Harrington, N.G., Palmgreen, P. C., & Donohew, R. L. (2018). Programmatic research in health communication campaigns. In C. Parvanta, D. E. Nelson, S. A. Parvanta, & R. N. Harner (Eds.), Essentials of public health communication (pp. 219-221)Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Leaning.

Harrington, N. G. (2018). Health disparities, a social determinant of health and risk. In R. Parrott (Ed.), Oxford encyclopedia of health and risk message design processing (vol. 2, pp. 155-170). New York: Oxford University Press.

Harrington, N. G. (2018). Sensation seeking. In R. Parrott (Ed.), Oxford encyclopedia of health and risk message design processing (vol. 4, pp. 34-53). New York: Oxford University Press.

Ivanov, B., Parker. K. A., & Dillingham, L. L. (2018). Inoculation as a risk and health communication strategy in an evolving media environment. In H. D. O’Hair (Ed.), Risk and Health Communication in an Evolving Media Environment (pp. 249-277). New York City, NY: Routledge. 

Sutton, J. (2018). Health communication trolls and bots v. public health agencies’ trusted voices. Invited editorial. American Journal of Public Health.

Sutton, J., Vos S. C.*, Wood, M., & Turner, M. (2018). Designing effective tsunami messages: The role of short messages and fear in warning response. Weather Climate and Society. 10(1), 75-87.

Vos, S. C.*, Sutton, J., Yu, Y., Renshaw, S., Olson, M. K.*, Gibson, C. B., &  Butts, C. T.  (2018). Retweeting risk communication: The role of threat and efficacy. Risk Analysis.



Harrington, N. G., & Kerr, A. M. (2017). Rethinking risk: Prospect theory application in health message design. Health Communication, 32(2), 131-141.

Ivanov, B. (2017). Inoculation theory applied in health and risk messaging. In R. Parrott (Ed.), The Oxford encyclopedia of health and risk message design and processing. New York City, NY: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.254.

Ivanov, B., Rains, S. A, Geegan, S. A., Vos, S. C., Haarstad, N. D., & Parker, K. A. (2017). Beyond simple inoculation: Examining the persuasive value of inoculation for audiences with initially neutral or opposing attitudes. Western Journal of Communication, 81(1), 105-126. doi: 10.1080/10570314.2016.1224917

Liu, B. F., Egnoto M., Wood, M., Bean, H., Sutton, J., Mileti, D., & Madden, S. (2017). Is a picture worth a thousand words? The effects of maps and warning messages on how publics respond to disaster information. Public Relations Review 43(3), 493-506.

Real, K., & Pilny, A. (2017). Health care teams as agents for change in health and risk messaging. In R. Parrott (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Health and Risk Message Design and Processing. New York: Oxford University Press, Online publication. DOI: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613.013.517

Record, R. A., Harrington, N. G., Helme, D., & Savage, M. W. (2017). Using the theory of planned behavior to guide focus group development of messages aimed at increasing compliance with a tobacco-free policy.  American Journal of Health Promotion, 32(1), 143-152.

Record, R. A., Helme, D. W., Savage, M. W., & Harrington, N. G. (2017). Let's clear the air: A campaign that effectively increased compliance with a university’s tobacco-free policy. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 45(1), 79-95.

Savage, M., Jones, S., Reno, J., & Veil, S. R. (2017). A case study: Targeting the Stop.Think.Connect. cybersecurity campaign to university campuses. In R. L. Parrott (Ed.), The Oxford encyclopedia of health and risk message design and processing. New York: Oxford University Press. [online] doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190228613

Streeter, A. R., & Harrington, N. G. (2017). Nurse handoff communication. Seminars in Oncology Nursing, 33(5), 536-543.

Sutton, J., & Veil, S. R. (2017). Risk communication and the social media. In R. Kasperson (Ed), Risk conundrums: Solving unsolvable problems (pp. 96-111)New York: Earthscan from Routledge.

Sutton, J., Vos, S. C.*, Olson, M. K.,*, Woods, C. W.*, Cohen, E., Gibson, C. B., Phillips, N., Studts, J., Eberth, J.,  & Butts, C. T. (2017). Lung cancer messages on Twitter: Content analysis and evaluation. Journal of the American College of Radiology.

Sutton, J., Woods, C. W.*, and Vos, S. C.* (2017). Willingness to click: Risk information seeking during imminent threats. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management.

Sutton, J., & Kaufmann, R. (2017). Designing imminent threat messages for an unfamiliar hazard. Communication Teacher.

Veil, S. R., & Anthony, K. E. (2017). Exploring public relations challenges in a compounding crisis: The pariah effect of toxic trailers. Journal of Public Relations Research, 29(4), 141-157. doi: 10.1080/1062726X.2017.1355805

Wombacher, K., Reno, J., & Veil, S. R. (2017). Neknominate: Social norms, social media and binge drinking. Health Communication, 32(5), 596-602doi:10.1080/10410236.2016.1146567

Wood, M., Mileti, D., Bean, H., Liu, B. F., Sutton, J., & Madden, S. (2017). Milling and public warnings. Environment and Behavior. DOI: 10.1177/0013916517709561

Yang, A., & Veil, S. R. (2017). Nationalism versus animal rights: A semantic network analysis of value advocacy in corporate crisis. International Journal of Business Communication, 54(4), 408-430. doi:10.1177/2329488415572781

Veil, S. R., & *Anthony, K. E. (2017). Exploring public relations challenges in a compounding crisis: The pariah effect of toxic trailers. Journal of Public Relations Research, 29(4), 141-157. doi:10.1080/1062726X.2017.1355805

Yang, A., & Veil, S.R. (2017). Nationalism versus animal rights: A semantic network analysis of value advocacy in corporate crisis. International Journal of Business Communication, 54(4), 408-430. doi"10.1177/2329488415572781

Wombacher, K., *Reno, J., & Veil, S. R. (2017). Neknominate: Social norms, social media and binge drinking. Health Communication, 32(5), 596-602. doi:10.1080/10410236/2016.1146567

Sutton, J., & Veil, S. R. (2017). Risk communication and the social media. In R. Kasperson (Ed.), Risk conundrums: Solving unsolvable problems (pp. 96-111). New York: Earthscan from Routledge



Sutton, J., Gibson, C.B., Spiro, E.S., League, C., Fitzhugh, S. M., & Butts, C. T. (2015). What it takes to get passed on: Message content, style, and structure as predictors of retransmission in the Boston Marathon bombing response. PLoS ONE, 10(8): e0134452.

Sutton, J. N., & Woods, C.* (2016). Tsunami warning message interpretation and sense making: Focus group insights. Weather, Climate, and Society, 8(4), 389-398.

Bean, H., Liu, B. F., Madden, S., Sutton, J., Wood, M. M., & Mileti, D. S. (2016). Disaster warnings in your pocket: How audiences interpret mobile alerts for an unfamiliar hazard. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 24(3), 136-147.

Fox, C. W., Burns, C. S., Muncy, A. D., & Meyer, J. A. (2016). Author-suggested reviewers: Gender differences and influences on the peer review process at an ecology journal. Functional Ecology.

Harrington, N. G. (2016). Persuasive health message design. In J. Nussbaum (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Communication. New York: Oxford University Press.

Harrington, N. G., & Kerr, A. M. (2017). Rethinking risk: Prospect theory application in health message design. Health Communication, 32(2), 131-141.

Noar, S. M., & Harrington, N.G. (2016). Tailored communications for health-related decision-making and behavior change. In M. A. Diefenbach, S. M. Miller, & D. J. Bowen (Eds.), Handbook of health and decision science (pp. 251-263). New York: Springer.

Record, R. A., Helme, D., Harrington, N. G., & Savage, M. W. (2016). Let's clear the air: A campaign that effectively increased compliance with a university’s tobacco-free policy. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 45(1), 79-95.

Nix, T. A., Huber, J. T., Shapiro, R. M.*, & Pfeifle, A. (2016). Examining care navigation: Librarian participation in a team-based approach? Journal of the Medical Library Association, 104(2), 131-137.

Ivanov, B., & Dillingham, D. L. (2016). Using postinoculation talk to strengthen generated resistance. Communication Research Reports, 33(4), 295-302.

Ivanov, B., Burns, W. J., Sellnow, T. L., Petrun-Sayers, E. L., & Veil, S. R., Mayorga, M. W. (2016). Using an inoculation message approach to promote public confidence in protective agencies. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 44(4), 381-398.

Parker, K. A., Ivanov, B., & Cohen, E. L. (2016). When politeness is risky: Positive politeness and sexual debut. Iowa Journal of Communication, 48(1/2), 145-155.

Parker, K. A., Rains, S. A., & Ivanov, B. (2016). Examining the 'blanket of protection' conferred by inoculation: The effects of inoculation messages on the cross-protection of related attitudes. Communication Monographs, 83(1), 49-68.

Real, K., Bardach, S., & Bardach, D. (2016). The role of the built environment: How decentralized nurse stations shape communication, patient care processes and patient outcomes. Health Communication.

Kim, S., & Real, K. (2016). A profile of inactive information seekers on influenza prevention: A survey of healthcare workers in Central Kentucky. Health Information and Libraries Journal. 

Savage, M. W., Scarduzio, J. A., Carlyle, K. E., Harris, K. L., & Sheff, S. E. (2016). News stories of intimate partner violence: An experimental examination of participant sex, perpetrator sex, and violence severity on seriousness, sympathy, and punishment preferences. Health Communication, 27, 1-9.

Veil, S. R. (2016). Reputation Crisis. In C. E. Carroll (Ed.), Encyclopedia of corporate reputation (pp. 637-639). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Veil, S. R., Dillingham, L. L.*, & Sloan, A. G. (2016). Fencing out the Jones’s: The development of response strategies for spillover crises. Corporate Reputation Review, 19(4), 316-330.

Herovic, E.*, & Veil, S. R. (2016). Some lines bring us together: Sport as crisis renewal in Bosnia-Herzegovina. Communication, Culture, and Critique, 9(4), 517-536.

Roberts, H. A.*, & Veil, S. R. (2016). Health literacy and crisis: Public relations in the 2010 Egg Recall. Public Relations Review, 42(1), 214-218.

Roberts, H. A., & Veil, S. R. (2016). The tension of emotional connection: Health literacy and the 2010 Salmonella egg recall. In R. S. Littlefield & T. L. Sellnow (Eds.). Risk and crisis decision-making: Navigating the tensions between organizations and the public (pp. 123-138). Indianapolis, IN: Polity Books/Wiley.

Sellnow, T. L., & Veil, S. R. (2016). Preparing for international and cross‐cultural crises: The role of competing voices, inclusivity, and the interplay of responsibility in global organizations. In A. Schwarz, M. Seeger, C. Auer (Eds.). Handbook of international crisis communication research (pp. 489-498). New York: Wiley Blackwell.

Wombacher, K.*, Reno, J.*, & Veil, S. R. (2016). Neknominate: Social norms, social media and binge drinking. Health Communication, 22, 1-7.

Vos, S. C., & Buckner, M. M. (2016). Social media messages in an emerging health crisis: Tweeting bird flu. Journal of Health Communication, 21(3), 301-308.


Sutton, J., Gibson, C. B., Spiro, E. S., League, C., Fitzhugh, S. M., & Butts, C. T. (2015). What it takes to get passed on: Message content, style, and structure as predictors of retransmission in the Boston Marathon bombing response. PLoS One, 10(8): e0134452.

Sutton, J., Gibson, C. B., Phillips, N. E., Spiro, E. S., League, C., Johnson, B., Fitzhugh, S. M., & Butts, C. T. (2015). Terse message retransmission: A cross-hazard analysis of Twitter warning messages. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Sutton, J., League, C., Sellnow, T. L., & Sellnow, D. D. (2015). Terse messaging and public health in the midst of natural disasters: The case of the Boulder floods. Health Communication, 30(2), 135-143. 

Hamilton, B., Sutton, J., Liu, B. F., Madden, M., Wood, M., & Mileti, D. (2015). The study of mobile public warning messages: A reserach review and agenda. The Review of Communication, 15(1), 60-80.

Harrington, N. G. (Ed.) (2015). Health communication: Theory, method, and application. New York: Routledge.

Harrington, N. G. (2015). Introduction to the special issue: Message design in health communication research. Health Communication, 30(2), 103-105.

Harrington, N.G., Helme, D. W., & Noar, S. M. (2015). Message design strategies for risk behavior prevention. In L. M. Scheier (Ed.), Handbook of adolescent drug use prevention: Research, intervention strategies, and practice (pp. 381-396). Washington, DC: American Pyschological Association.

Streeter, A. R., Harrington, N. G., & Lane, D. R. (2015). Communication behaviors associated with the competent nursing handoff. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 43(3), 294-314.

Dillingham, L. L., & Ivanov, B. (2015). Boosting inoculation’s message potency: Loss framing. Communication Research Reports, 32, 113-121. 

Ivanov, B., Sims, J. D., Compton, J., Miller, C. H., Parker, K. A., Parker, J. L., Harrison, K. J., & Averbeck, J. M. (2015). The general content of post-inoculation talk: Recalled issue-specific conversations following inoculation treatments. Western Journal of Communication, 79, 218-238. 

Parker, K. A, Rains, S. A., & Ivanov, B. (2015). Examining the “Blanket of Protection” conferred by inoculation: The effects of inoculation messages on the cross-protection of related attitudes. Communication Monographs.

Real, K. (2015). Communication and generativity in Appreciative Inquiry practice: A review of recent peer-reviewed research. AI Practitioner, 17(3).

Cotton, A.*, Veil, S. R., & Iannarino, N.* (2015). Contaminated communication: TEPCO and organizational renewal at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Communication Studies, 66(1), 27-44. 

Veil, S. R. (2015). Beyond the ideals of mindful learning: Generating strategies for crisis management from organizational knowledge. In N. Schiffino, L. Taskin, J. Raone, & C. Donis (Eds). Organization after crisis: The challenge of learning (pp. 55-74). Brussels: Peter Lang International.

Veil, S. R., & Sellnow, T. L. (2015). Risk and crisis communication. In N. G. Harrington (Ed.), Health communication: Theory, method, and application (454-482). New York: Routledge.

Veil, S. R., Reno, J.*, Freihaut, R., & Oldham, J. (2015). Online activists vs. Kraft Foods: A case of social media hijacking. Public Relations Review, 41(1), 103-108. 

Yang, A., & Veil, S. R. (2015). Nationalism versus animal rights: A semantic network analysis of value advocacy in corporate crisis. International Journal of Business Communication. 


Sutton, J., Spiro, E. S., Johnson, B., Fitzhugh, S., Gibson, B., & Butts, C. T. (2014). Warning tweets: Serial transmission of messages during the warning phase of a disaster event. Information, Communication & Society, 17(6), 765-787. 

Parrish, A.*, Vos, S.* & Cohen, E.L. (2014). Media factors. In N.G. Harrington (Ed.), Health Communication: Theory, method, and Application (pp. 364-396). New York: Taylor & Francis.

Aldrich, R. S., Harrington, N. G., & Cerel, J. (2014). The willingness to intervene against suicide questionnaire. Death Studies, 38, 100-108. 

Harrington, N. G., Palmgreen, P. C., & Donohew, L. (2014). Programmatic research to increase the effectiveness of health communication campaigns. Journal of Health Communication, 19(12), 1472-1480. 

Holmes, G. N., & Harrington, N. G. (2014). Doctor-patient communication. In T. L. Thompson & G. Golson (Eds.), The encyclopedia of health communication (pp. 368-373). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 

Helme, D. W., Savage, M., & Record, R.* (2014). Health communication campaigns & interventions. In N. Grant (Ed.) Health communication: Theory, method, and application (1st ed., pp 397-427). New York, NY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Huber J.T., Shapiro II R. M.*, Burke H.J., Palmer A. (2014). Enhancing the care navigation model: Potential roles for health sciences librarians.  Journal of the Medical Library Association, 102(1), 55-61. 

Sutfin, E.L., Swords, D.C., Song, E.Y., Reboussin, B.A., Helme, D.W., Klein, E. & Wolfson, M. (2014). Screening and Counseling for Tobacco Use in Student Health Clinics: Reports of Health Care Providers. American Journal of Health Promotion

Miller, C. H., Ivanov, B., Landau, M. J., Masad D., Semmler, S., & White, J. A. (2014). Gender differences in the experience and expression of sexual jealousy: A terror management theory perspective. Universal Journal of Psychology2(2), 65-75.

Littlefield, R. S., Beauchamp, K., Lane, D., Sellnow, D. D., Sellnow, T.L., Venette, S., & Wilson, B. (2014). Instructional crisis communication: Connecting ethnicity and sex in the assessment of receiver-oriented message effectiveness. Journal of Management and Strategy, 5(3), 16-23. 

Parker, K. A., Lane, D. R., Ivanov, B., Rodriguez, N., & Parker, J. L. (2014). The impact of modality on teacher-student interaction:  Applying efficacy and competence to email and face-to-face communication. International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 21(1), 7-25.

Sellnow, D. D., Lane, D., & Littlefield, R. S., Sellnow, T. L., Wilson, B., Beauchamp, K., & Venette, S. (2014). A receiver based approach to effective instructional crisis communication. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 23(3), 149-158.

Guinther, L., White, A. C., & Real, K. (2014). One size does not fit all: A diagnostic post-occupancy evaluation model for an emergency department. Health Environments Research and Design (HERD) Journal, 7, 15-37.

Frisby, B. N., Veil, S. R., & Sellnow, T. L. (2014). Instruction in health-related crises: Essential information for self-protection. Health Communication, 29(4), 347-354

Iannarino, N.*, Veil, S. R., & Cotton, A.* (2014). Bringing home the crisis: How U.S. evening news framed the 2011 Japan nuclear crisis. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management

Veil, S. R. & Bishop, B. W. (2014). Opportunities and challenges for public libraries to enhance community resilience. Risk Analysis, 34(4), 721-734


Bennett, D., Phillips, B.D., Thomas, D. S. K., Gruntfest, E., & Sutton, J.  (2013). New Ideas for Practitioners. In S. K. Thomas, B. D. Phillips, W. E. Lovecamp, & A. Fothergill (Eds)., Social vulnerability to disasters (2nd ed.). New York, NY: CRC Press.

Liel, A., Corotis, R. B., Camata, G., Sutton, J., Hotzman, R., & Spacone, E. (2013). Perceptions of decision-making roles and priorities affecting rebuilding after disaster: The example of L'Aquila, Italy. Earthquake Spectra, 29(3), 843–68. 

Sutton, J., Spiro, E. S., Butts, C. T., Fitzhugh, S., Johnson, B., & Greczek, M. (2013). Tweeting the spill: Online informal communications, social networks, and conversational microstructures during the Deepwater Horizon Oilspill. International Journal of Information Systems for Crisis Response and Management, 5(1), 58-76. 

Head, K. J., Noar, S. M., Iannarino, N. T.*, & Harrington, N. G. (2013). Efficacy of text messaging based interventions for health promotion: A meta-analysis. Social Science & Medicine, 97, 41-48. 

Harrington, N. G. (2013). Introduction to the special issue: Communication strategies to reduce health disparities. Journal of Communication, 63(1), 1-7.

Huber J.T., & Swogger S. (eds). (2013). Introduction to reference sources in the health sciences. 6th ed.  Chicago : American Library Association.

Naidoo, J., Huber, J., Cupp, P. and Wu, Q. (2013).  Modeling the relationship between an emerging infectious disease epidemic and the body of scientific literature associated with it: The case of HIV/AIDS in the United States.  Journal of the American Society of Information Science and Technology, 64(2), 380-391. 

Ivanov, B., Parker, K. A., & Dillingham, L. L. (2013). Measuring counterargument: A review and critique of the most popular techniques. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Communication, 7(3), 59-74.

Ivanov, B., Sims, J. D., & Parker, K. A. (2013). Leading the way in new product introductions: Publicity’s message sequencing success with corporate credibility and image as moderators. Journal of Public Relations Research, 25(5), 442-466. 

Miller, C. H., Ivanov, B., Sims, J. D., Compton, J., Harrison, K. J., Parker, K. A., Parker, J. L., & Averbeck, J. A. (2013). Boosting the potency of resistance: Combining the motivational forces of inoculation and psychological reactance. Human Communication Research, 39(1), 127-155. 

Frisby, B. N., Sellnow, D. D., Lane, D. R., Veil, S. R., & Sellnow, T. L. (2013). Instruction in crisis situations: Targeting learning preferences and self-efficacy. Risk Management: A Journal of Risk, Crisis, and Disaster, 15, 250-261. 

Hare, B., Cameron, I, Real, K., & Maloney, W. F. (2013). Exploratory case study of pictorial aids for communicating health and safety for migrant construction workers in England.  Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 139, 818-825. 

Real, K., Kim, S., & Conigliaro, J. (2013). Using a validated health promotion tool to improve patient safety and increase healthcare personnel influenza vaccination rates. American Journal of Infection Control, 41, 691-696. 

Bishop, B. W., & Veil, S. R. (2013). Public libraries as post crisis information hubs. Public Libraries Quarterly, 32(1), 33-45. 

Freberg, K., Palenchar, M., & Veil, S. R. (2013). Social media bookmarking services: Managing and sharing information from a central source. Public Relations Review, 39(3), 178-184. 

Sellnow, T. L., & Veil, S. R., & Anthony, K.* (2013). Experiencing the reputational synergy of success and failure through organizational learning. In C. Carroll (Ed.), Handbook of communication and corporate reputation. New York: Wiley-Blackwell

Sellnow, T. L., Wickline, M.*, & Veil, S. R. (2013). Responding effectively to crises: Best practices in organizational crisis communication (pp. 301-326). In J. S. Wrench (Ed.), Workplace communication for the 21st century: Tools and strategies that impact the bottom line. New York: Praeger.

Veil, S. R., Sellnow, T. L.& Wickline, M. C.* (2013). BP: An egregious violation of the ethic of 1st and 2nd things. Business & Society Review, 118,(3), 361-381. 


Harrington, N. G., & Noar, S. M. (2012). Reporting standards for studies of tailored interventions. Health Education Research, 27(2), 331-342. 

Noar, S. M., & Harrington, N. G. (Eds.) (2012). e-Health applications: Promising strategies for behavior change. New York: Routledge.

Foley, K.L., Pockey, J.R., Helme, D.W., Song, E.Y., Stewart, K., Jones, C., Spangler, J.G. & Sutfin, E.L. (2012). Integrating evidence-based tobacco cessation interventions in free clinics: Opportunities and Challenges. Health Promotion Practice, 13(5), 687-695. 

Helme, D.W., Cohen, E., & Parrish, A* (2012). Health, masculinity and smokeless tobacco use among college-aged men. Health Communication, 27(5), 467-477. 

Helme, D.W., Rayens, M.K., Kercsmer, S.E., Adkins, S.M., Amundsen, S.J., Lee, E., Riker, S.J., Hahn, E.J. (2012). Rural print media portrayal of secondhand smoke and smoke-free policy. Health Promotion Practice, 13(6), 848-856

Pockey, J.R., Song, E.Y., Sutfin, E.L., Spangler, J.G., Jones, C., Helme, D.W., & Foley, K.L. (2012). The need for tobacco cessation in a free clinic population. Addictive Behaviors, 37, 1299-1302.

Sutfin, E.L., McCoy, T.P., Berg, C.J., Champion, H., Helme, D.W., O’Brien, M.C. & Wolfson, M. (2012). Tobacco use by college students: A comparison of daily and nondaily smokers. American Journal of Health Behavior, 36(2) 218-229. 

Spangler J.G.,  Song, E.Y., Pockey, J.R., Sutfin, E. L, Helme, D. W, Jones, C., Foley, K. L. (2012). Predictors of Clinician Tobacco Intervention Counseling in Six North Carolina Free Clinics. Tobacco Use Insights, 5, 11-16. 

Huber, J. T., Shapiro, R. M., Gillaspy, M. L. (2012). Top down vs. bottom up: The social construction of the health literacy movement.  Library Quarterly, 82(4)429-451, 2012. 

Johnston, M. P., Dupuis, J., Huber, J. T., O’Hair, H. D., O’Hair, M. J., Sandidge, R. (2012). Revitalization of the School Library Media Specialist Certification Program at the University of Kentucky: preparing 21st century school library technology leaders. JELIS, 53(3)200-207. 

Compton, J., & Ivanov, B. (2012). Untangling threat during inoculation-conferred resistance to influence. Communication Reports, 25(1), 1-13. 

Ivanov, B., Parker, K. A., Miller, C. H., & Pfau, M. (2012). Culture as a moderator of inoculation success: The effectiveness of a mainstream inoculation message on a subculture population. The Global Studies Journal, 4(3), 1-22.

Ivanov, B., Miller, C. H., Compton, J., Averbeck, J. M., Harrison, K. J., Sims, J. D., Parker, K. A., & Parker, J. L. (2012). Effects of post-inoculation talk on resistance to influence. Journal of Communication, 62(4), 701-718. 

Ivanov, B., Parker, K. A., & Pfau, M. (2012). The interaction effect of attitude base and multiple attacks on the effectiveness of inoculation. Communication Research Reports, 29, 1-11. 

Parker, K. A., & Ivanov, B. (2012). Why not communicate?: Young women’s reflections on their lack of communication with sexual partners regarding sex and contraception. The International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society, 2(4), 93-109.

Parker, K. A., Ivanov, B., & Compton, J. (2012). Inoculation’s efficacy with young adults’ risky behaviors: Can inoculation confer cross-protection over related but untreated issues? Health Communication, 27(3). 223-233. 

Sellnow, T. L., Sellnow, D. L., Lane, D. R., & Littlefield, R. S. (2012). The value of instructional communication in crisis situations: Restoring order to chaos. Risk Analysis, 32(4), 633-643. 

Dupuis, J., O’Hair, H. D., & Childress, M.  (2012). Health literacy in Kentucky:  Observations from the Health Literacy Colloquium.  In M. Childress (Ed.), Kentucky annual economic report (pp. 71-77).  Lexington, KY:  Center for Business and Economic Research.

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O’Hair, D., Stewart, R., & Rubenstein, H. (2012).  A speaker’s guidebook:  Text and reference (5th Ed.).  New York:  Bedford/St. Martin’s Press.

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Sellnow, T. L., & Veil, S. R. (2012, March). Broadcasting food safety: How to push critical self-protection messages. Dairy Response Update. [online]. 

Veil, S. R. (2012). Clearing the air: Journalists and emergency managers discuss disaster response. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 40(3), 289-306. 

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Veil, S. R., Mitcham, C., & Sellnow, T. L. (2012). Lost in translation: How emergency managers understand multicultural communication in emergency preparedness. In B. Olaniran, D. Williams, & W. T. Coombs (Eds.), Pre crisis management: Preparing for the inevitable (pp. 201-225). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.

Veil, S. R., Petrun, E. L.*, & Roberts, H. A. (2012). Issue management gone awry: When not to respond to an online reputation threat. Corporate Reputation Review, 15(4), 319-332. 

Veil, S. R., Sellnow, T. L., & Petrun, E. L.* (2012). Hoaxes and the paradoxical challenges of restoring social legitimacy: Dominos’ response to its YouTube crisis. Management Communication Quarterly, 26(2), 322-345. 

Veil, S. R. & Yang, A. (2012). Media manipulation in the Sanlu milk contamination crisis. Public Relations Review, 38(5), 935-937. 

Veil, S. R., & Yang, A. (2012). Sanlu Group’s milk contamination crisis: Organizational communication in conflicting contexts. In S. May (Ed.). Case studies in organizational communication: Ethical perspectives and practices (pp. 111-118). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.


Anderman, E. M., Cupp, P. K., Lane, D. R., Zimmerman, R., Gray, D. L., & O’Connell, A. (2011). Classroom goal structures and HIV and pregnancy prevention education in rural high school health classrooms. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 21(4), 904-922. 

Noar, S. M., Harrington, N. G., Van Stee, S. K., & Aldrich, R. S. (2011).  Tailored health communication to change lifestyle behaviors.  American Journal of Lifestyle Medicine, 5(2), 112-122

Gray, J. B., & Harrington, N. G. (2011). Narrative and framing: A test of an integrated message strategy in the exercise context.  Journal of Health Communication, 16(3), 264-281. 

Buller, D.B., Young, W.F., Bettinghaus, E.P., Borland, R., Walther, J.B., Helme, D.W., Andersen, P., Cutter, G.R., Zhang, J., Maloy, J.A., DeLeeuw, K., & Montgomery, D. (2011). Continued benefits of a technical assistance website to local tobacco control coalitions during a state budget shortfall. Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 17(2), E10-E19.

Helme, D.W., Noar, S.M., Allard, S., Zimmerman, R.S., Palmgreen, P., & McClanahan, K.J. (2011). In-depth investigation of interpersonal discussions in response to a safer-sex mass media campaign. Health Communication, 26(4): 366-378.

Huber J.T., & Gillaspy M.L. (2011). Knowledge/power transforming the social landscape: The case of the consumer health information movement. Library Quarterly, 81(4). 

Huber J.T., Kean E.B., Fitzgerald P.D, Altman T.A., Young Z.G., Dupin K.M., Leskovec, J., & Holst R. (2011). Outreach impact study: The case of the greater Midwest region. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 99(4), 297-303.

Ivanov, B., & Parker, K. A. (2011). Protecting images with inoculation: A look at brand, country, individual, and corporate images. The International Journal of the Image, 1, 1-12.

Ivanov, B., Parker, K. A, & Compton, J. (2011). The potential of inoculation in reducing post-purchase dissonance: Reinforcement of purchase behavior. Central Business Review, 30, 10-16.

Angie, A., Davis, J., Allen, M., Byrne, C., Ruark, G., Cunningham, C., Houng, T., Bernard, D., Hughes, M., Connelly, S., O’Hair, H. D., Mumford, M.  (2011).  Studying ideological groups online: Identification and assessment of risk factors for violence.  Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 41, 627-657.

O’Hair, H. D., Bernard, D., & Roper, R.  (2011).  Communication-based research related to threats and ensuing behavior. In C. Chauvin (Ed.), Threatening communications and behavior: Perspectives on public figures (pp. 33-74).  Washington, DC:  National Academies Press

O’Hair, H. D., Kelley, K., & Williams, K. (2011). Managing community risks through a community-communication infrastructure approach. In H. Canary & R. McPhee (Eds.), Communication and organizational knowledge: Contemporary issues for theory and practice (pp. 223-243). New York: Routledge.

Millner, A. G., Veil, S. R., & Sellnow, T. L. (2011). Proxy communication in crisis response. Public Relations Review, 37, 74-76.

Sellnow, T. L., & Veil, S. R., (2011). Implementing an effective risk communication plan. Chinese Food Technology, 14-18.

Veil, S. R., Buehner, T., & Palenchar, M. (2011). A work in-progress literature review: Incorporating social media in risk and crisis communication. Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management, 19(2), 110-122. 

Veil, S. R., Sellnow, T. L., & Heald, M. (2011). Memorializing crisis: The Oklahoma National Memorial as renewal discourse. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 39(2), 164-183. 

Veil, S. R. (2011). Mindful learning in crisis management. Journal of Business Communication, 48(2), 116-147.


Downey, L., & Anyaegbunam, C. (2010). Your lives through your eyes: Rural Appalachian youth identify community needs and assets through the use of photovoice. Journal of Appalachian Studies, 16(1 & 2), 42-60.

Len-Rios, M., Cohen, E.L., & Caburnay, C. (2010). Readers use Black newspapers for health/cancer information. Newspaper Research Journal, 31(1): 20-33. 

Holmes, G. N., Harrington, N. G., & Parrish, A. J.* (2010).  Exploring the relationship between pediatrician self-disclosure and parent satisfaction. Communication Research Reports, 27(4), 365-369. 

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Swindell, C., Hertog, J., & Lane, D.R. (2010). Perceptions about time, accuracy, and panic potential between journalists and sources in an emergency. The Kentucky Journal of Communication, 2(1), 55-74.

O’Hair, H. D., Ploeger, N., & Moore, S.  (2010). Applied communication theory and research.  In J. Chesebro (Ed.).  From 20th century beginnings to 21st century advances: Developing and evolving from a century of transformation (pp. 89-106).  New York:  Oxford University Press.

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Real, K., Mitnick, A. D., & Maloney, W. F. (2010). More similar than different: Millennials in the U.S. building trades. Journal of Business and Psychology, 25, 303-313.

Littlefield, R., Rowan, K. E., Veil, S. R., Kisselburgh, L., Beauchamp, K., Vidoloff, K., Dick, M., Russell-Loretz, T., Kim, I., Ruvarac, A., Wang, Q., Siriko, T., Neff, B., Toles-Patkin, T., Troester, R. L., Hyder, S., Venette, S. J., & Sellnow, T. L. (2010). “We tell people. It’s up to them to be prepared”: Public relations practices of local emergency mangers. In W. T. Coombs & S. J. Holladay (Eds.), Handbook of crisis communication (pp. 245-260). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Sellnow, T. L., Veil, S. R., Streifel, R. A., & Johnson, C. L. (2010). Credibility seeking through an inter-organizational alliance: Instigating the Fen-Phen confrontation crisis. In W. T. Coombs & S. J. Holladay (Eds.), Handbook of crisis communication (pp. 257-574). New York: Wiley-Blackwell.

Veil, S. R. (2010). Adoption barriers in a high-risk agricultural environment. International Journal of Technology and Human Interaction, 6(1), 69-85.

Veil, S. R. (2010). Identifying adoption barriers in organizational rhetoric: A response to the strategic plan for the National Animal Identification System. Journal of Applied Communications, 94(1&2), 33-48.

Veil, S. R., & Mitchell, K. (2010). Promoting violence: Terror management theory and campus safety campaigns. International Journal of Strategic Communication, 4(4), 207-224. 

Veil, S. R., & Ojeda, F. (2010). Establishing media partnerships in crisis response. Communication Studies, 60(4), 412-429. 

Veil, S. R., & Rodgers, J. E. (2010). Reaching at risk populations: The inconsistency of communication channels among American Indian tribes in Oklahoma. Public Relations Review, 36, 302-305. 


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Sutton, J. Review of Leadership in Disaster: Learning for a Future with Global Climate Change by Raymond Murphy. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 34(4): 1115-17.

Downey, L., Anyaegbunam, C. & Scutchfield, D. (2009). Dialogue to Deliberation: Expanding the Empowerment Education Model. American Journal of Health Behavior33(1), 26-36.

Kelly, T. H., Delzer, T. A., Martin, C. A., Harrington, N. G., Hays, L. R., & Bardo, M. T. (2009). Performance and subjective effects of diazepam and d-amphetamine in high and low sensation seekers. Behavioural Pharmacology, 20(5-6), 505-517. 

Noar, S. M., Harrington, N. G., & Aldrich, R. S. (2009).  The role of message tailoring in the development of persuasive health communication messages. Communication Yearbook, 33, 73-133.

Chu A., Huber J. T., Mastel-Smith B., & Cesario S. (2009). Partnering with seniors for better health: Computer use and Internet health information retrieval among older adults in a low socioeconomic community.  Journal of the Medical Library Association, 97(1), 12-20.

Jackson D. G., Hamilton P., Hutchinson S., & Huber J. T. (2009). The effect of patients’ race on provider treatment choices in coronary care: A literature review for model development. Policy, Politics, and Nursing Practice, 10(1), 40-63.

Anderman, E. M., Lane, D. R., Zimmerman, R., Cupp, P. K., & Phebus, V. (2009). Comparing the efficacy of permanent classroom teachers to temporary health educators for pregnancy and HIV prevention instruction.  Health Promotion Practice, 10, 597-605.

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