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Engaging Diverse Audiences with Climate Change: Message Strategies for Global Warming’s Six Americas

This chapter will appear in the forthcoming Routledge Handbook of Environment and Communication, Second Edition, Anders Hansen & Robert Cox (editors). Global climate change is viewed from a variety of perspectives by Americans, with some dismissing the danger,...

An eye tracking approach to understanding misinformation and correction strategies on social media: The mediating role of attention and credibility to reduce HPV vaccine misperceptions

This study uses an unobtrusive eye tracking approach to examine understudied psychological mechanisms—message attention and credibility—when people are exposed to misinformation and correction on social media. We contrast humor versus non-humor correction strategies...

Fossil fuels are harming our brains: Identifying key messages about the health effects of air pollution from fossil fuels

A large body of evidence suggests that a transition away from fossil fuels toward a clean energy economy will dramatically improve public health. Experts have long understood that air pollution from the burning of fossil fuels contributes to many serious health...

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