David M. Keating
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The social dimension of blogging about health: Health blogging, social support, and well-being
SA Rains, DM Keating
Communication Monographs 78 (4), 511-534, 2011
Spirituality and Support: A Descriptive Analysis of Online Social Support for Depression
DM Keating
Journal of Religion and Health 52 (3), 1014-1028, 2013
Health blogging: An examination of the outcomes associated with making public, written disclosures about health
SA Rains, DM Keating
Communication Research 42 (1), 107-133, 2015
Family communication patterns and difficult family conversations
DM Keating, JC Russell, J Cornacchione, SW Smith
Journal of Applied Communication Research 41 (2), 160-180, 2013
Fitting identity in the reasoned action framework: A meta-analysis and model comparison
RS Paquin, DM Keating
The Journal of Social Psychology 157 (1), 47-63, 2017
Seeking ways to inform the uninformed: Improving the informed consent process in online social science research
EK Perrault, DM Keating
Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics 13 (1), 50-60, 2018
Health blogging and social support: a 3-year panel study
DM Keating, SA Rains
Journal of health communication 20 (12), 1449-1457, 2015
Conversation orientation and conformity orientation are inversely related: A meta-analysis
DM Keating
Communication Research Reports 33 (3), 195-206, 2016
Risk belief and attitude formation from translated scientific messages about PFOA, an environmental risk associated with breast cancer
SW Smith, R Hitt, J Russell, S Nazione, K Silk, CK Atkin, D Keating
Health Communication 32 (3), 279-287, 2017
Scientific Message Translation and the Heuristic Systematic Model: Insights for Designing Educational Messages About Progesterone and Breast Cancer Risks
R Hitt, E Perrault, S Smith, DM Keating, S Nazione, K Silk, J Russell
Journal of Cancer Education 31 (2), 389-396, 2016
We do publish (conceptual) replications (sometimes): Publication trends in communication science, 2007–2016
DM Keating, D Totzkay
Annals of the International Communication Association 43 (3), 225-239, 2019
An initial investigation of difficult conversations in families from a multiple goals perspective
J Russell, DM Keating, JJ Cornacchione, SW Smith
convention of the National Communication Association, Orlando, FL, 2012
Titling Practices and Their Implications in Communication Research 1970-2010: Cutesy Cues Carry Citation Consequences
DM Keating, AS Richards, NA Palomares, JA Banas, N Joyce, SA Rains
Communication Research, 0093650219887025, 2019
Finding Common Ground: Can Provider-Patient Race Concordance and Self-disclosure Bolster Patient Trust, Perceptions, and Intentions?
S Nazione, EK Perrault, DM Keating
Journal of racial and ethnic health disparities 6 (5), 962-972, 2019
Nonlinear unidimensionality in communication science: tests, examples, and implications
DM Keating, FJ Boster
Communication Research Reports 36 (1), 67-77, 2019
Extending efforts to move cigarette and e-cigarette beliefs: Message exposure and belief structures
DM Keating
Journal of Health Communication 23 (10-11), 956-966, 2018
Mapping Political Attitudes: The Impact of Concept Mapping on Ideological Constraint
DM Keating, DE Bergan
Communication Studies 68 (4), 439-454, 2017
Relationships among goals, face threats, and communicative behavior in identity implications theory
DM Keating
Communication Research Reports 31 (3), 233-243, 2014
Adolescents' perceptions of caregivers' safe-sex messages: Family communication patterns and caregiver-child persuasion
D Keating
Masters Abstracts International 50 (03), 2011
The State and Evolution of Communication Research: A Topic Modeling Analysis of 20,000 Journal Article Abstracts from 1918-2015
S Rains, D Keating, J Banas, A Richards, N Palomares
SocArXiv, 2020
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