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Compassion for climate change victims and support for mitigation policy
H Lu, JP Schuldt
Journal of Environmental Psychology 45, 192-200, 2016
1092016
Exploring the role of incidental emotions in support for climate change policy
H Lu, JP Schuldt
Climatic Change 131 (4), 719-726, 2015
1012015
The effects of emotional appeals and gain versus loss framing in communicating sea star wasting disease
H Lu
Science Communication 38 (2), 143-169, 2016
712016
Public perceptions and acceptance of induced earthquakes related to energy development
KA McComas, H Lu, KM Keranen, MA Furtney, H Song
Energy Policy 99, 27-32, 2016
662016
Messages promoting genetic modification of crops in the context of climate change: Evidence for psychological reactance
H Lu, KA McComas, JC Besley
Appetite 108, 104-116, 2017
362017
Burgers or tofu? Eating between two worlds: Risk information seeking and processing during dietary acculturation
H Lu
Health communication 30 (8), 758-771, 2015
362015
Communicating zika risk: Using metaphor to increase perceived risk susceptibility
H Lu, JP Schuldt
Risk Analysis 38 (12), 2525-2534, 2018
302018
The effects of scientific messages and narratives about vaccination
O Kuru, D Stecula, H Lu, Y Ophir, MS Chan, K Winneg, K Hall Jamieson, ...
Plos one 16 (3), e0248328, 2021
292021
Exploring the role of gain versus loss framing and point of reference in messages to reduce human–bear conflicts
H Lu, WF Siemer, MS Baumer, DJ Decker
The Social Science Journal 55 (2), 182-192, 2018
272018
A one health message about bats increases intentions to follow public health guidance on bat rabies
H Lu, KA McComas, DE Buttke, S Roh, MA Wild
PloS one 11 (5), e0156205, 2016
272016
“It’s global warming, stupid”: Aggressive communication styles and political ideology in science blog debates about climate change
S Yuan, H Lu
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 97 (4), 1003-1025, 2020
252020
Intentions to seek information about the influenza vaccine: The role of informational subjective norms, anticipated and experienced affect, and information insufficiency among …
H Lu, AASK Group, K Winneg, KH Jamieson, D Albarracín
Risk Analysis 40 (10), 2040-2056, 2020
232020
Effects of message framing and past experience on intentions to prevent human–coyote conflicts
H Lu, WF Siemer, MS Baumer, DJ Decker, A Gulde
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 21 (6), 506-521, 2016
232016
Religious affiliation and philosophical and moral beliefs about vaccines: A longitudinal study
O Kuru, MS Chan, H Lu, DA Stecula, KH Jamieson, D Albarracín
Journal of Health Psychology 27 (13), 3059-3081, 2022
202022
What motivates information sharing about disaster victims on social media? Exploring the role of compassion, sadness, expectancy violation, and enjoyment
H Lu, S Yuan
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 63, 102431, 2021
202021
Seeking information about enhanced geothermal systems: The role of fairness, uncertainty, systematic processing, and information engagement intentions
H Lu, H Song, K McComas
Renewable Energy 169, 855-864, 2021
192021
One Health messaging about bats and rabies: how framing of risks, benefits and attributions can support public health and wildlife conservation goals
H Lu, KA McComas, DE Buttke, S Roh, MA Wild, DJ Decker
Wildlife Research 44 (3), 200-206, 2017
192017
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
微博传播环境下舆论生成初探
吕航, 张婷
新闻传播, 148-148, 2010
132010
Exposure to victim portrayals: The role of multiple emotions in influencing collective action intentions for environmental justice
H Lu
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 11, 548-560, 2021
112021
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