New Research from Maryland

Newly published research by members of the Department of Communication:

Recently published in the Annals of the International Communication Association: "Applying a Life Course Perspective to Retirement: A Literature Review and Research Agenda for Communication Scholars," co-authored by Assistant Professor Lindsey Anderson.

Recently published in Health Communication: "Parental Support for HPV Vaccination Mandates Among African Americans: The Impact of Message Framing and Consideration of Future Consequences," co-authored by Professor Xiaoli Nan (with Ph.D. alumni Kelly Daily and Adam Richards).

Recently published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence: "The Unintended Consequences of Rape Disclosure: The Effects of Disclosure Content, Listener Gender, and Year in College on Listener's Reactions," co-authored by Senior Lecturer Leah Waks, Associate Professor Anita Atwell Seate, Ph.D. students Savreen Hundal and Amanda Irions, and Ph.D. alumna Irina Iles. 

Recently published in Health Communication: "Nutrient Content Claims: How They Impact Perceived Healthfulness of Fortified Snack Foods and the Moderating Effects of Nutrition Facts Labels," co-authored by Professor Xiaoli Nan (with Ph.D. alumna Irina Iles).

Recently published in the Atlantic Journal of Communication: "Role of Narratives in Promoting Mental Illnesses Acceptance," co-authored by Ph.D. alumna Zexin Ma and Professor Xiaoli Nan.


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