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Integrating health behavior theories to predict American’s intention to receive a COVID-19 vaccine
H Chu, S Liu
Patient education and counseling 104 (8), 1878-1886, 2021
2772021
Who is afraid of the Ebola outbreak? The influence of discrete emotions on risk perception
JZ Yang, H Chu
Journal of Risk Research 21 (7), 834-853, 2018
1632018
Emotion and the psychological distance of climate change
H Chu, JZ Yang
Science Communication 41 (6), 761-789, 2019
1182019
Taking climate change here and now–mitigating ideological polarization with psychological distance
H Chu, JZ Yang
Global Environmental Change 53, 174-181, 2018
892018
Sensing heroes and villains: Character-schema and the disposition formation process
M Grizzard, J Huang, K Fitzgerald, C Ahn, H Chu
Communication research 45 (4), 479-501, 2018
802018
Risk or efficacy? How psychological distance influences climate change engagement
H Chu, JZ Yang
Risk Analysis 40 (4), 758-770, 2020
612020
When we increase fear, do we dampen hope? Using narrative persuasion to promote human papillomavirus vaccination in China
S Liu, JZ Yang, H Chu
Journal of Health Psychology 26 (11), 1999-2009, 2021
422021
Fearful conservatives, angry liberals: Information processing related to the 2016 presidential election and climate change
JZ Yang, H Chu, LA Kahlor
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 96 (3), 742-766, 2019
392019
Graphic violence as moral motivator: The effects of graphically violent content in news
M Grizzard, J Huang, JK Weiss, ER Novotny, KS Fitzgerald, C Ahn, ...
Media, Terrorism and Society, 29-49, 2020
382020
Building disaster resilience using social messaging networks: The WeChat community in Houston, Texas, during Hurricane Harvey
H Chu, JZ Yang
Disasters 44 (4), 726-752, 2020
362020
Vaccine for yourself, your community, or your country? Examining audiences’ response to distance framing of COVID-19 vaccine messages
S Yuan, H Chu
Patient education and counseling 105 (2), 284-289, 2022
332022
Now or future? Analyzing the effects of message frame and format in motivating Chinese females to get HPV vaccines for their children
S Liu, JZ Yang, H Chu
Patient Education and Counseling 102 (1), 61-67, 2019
332019
Light at the end of the tunnel: Influence of vaccine availability and vaccination intention on people’s consideration of the COVID-19 vaccine
H Chu, S Liu
Social Science & Medicine 286, 114315, 2021
292021
Examining the direct and indirect effects of trust in motivating COVID-19 vaccine uptake
S Liu, H Chu
Patient education and counseling 105 (7), 2096-2102, 2022
242022
Not my pandemic: Solution aversion and the polarized public perception of COVID-19
H Chu, JZ Yang, S Liu
Science Communication 43 (4), 508-528, 2021
242021
Call them COVIDiots: Exploring the effects of aggressive communication style and psychological distance in the communication of COVID-19
H Chu, S Yuan, S Liu
Public Understanding of Science 30 (3), 240-257, 2021
242021
Construing climate change: Psychological distance, individual difference, and construal level of climate change
H Chu
Environmental Communication 16 (7), 883-899, 2022
202022
Different culture or different mind? Perception and acceptance of HPV vaccine in China and in the US
S Liu, JZ Yang, H Chu, S Sun, H Li
Journal of health communication 23 (12), 1008-1016, 2018
202018
Experience, experts, statistics, or just science? Predictors and consequences of reliance on different evidence types during the COVID-19 infodemic
H Lu, H Chu, Y Ma
Public Understanding of Science 30 (5), 515-534, 2021
162021
Let the dead talk: How deepfake resurrection narratives influence audience response in prosocial contexts
H Lu, H Chu
Computers in Human Behavior 145, 107761, 2023
112023
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