Chelsea L. Ratcliff
Chelsea L. Ratcliff
Assistant Professor, Department of Communication Studies, University of Georgia
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Assessing genetic literacy awareness and knowledge gaps in the US population: results from the Health Information National Trends Survey
M Krakow, CL Ratcliff, BW Hesse, AJ Greenberg-Worisek
Public Health Genomics 20 (6), 343-348, 2017
212017
Persuasive impact of loss and gain frames on intentions to exercise: A test of six moderators
JD Jensen, CL Ratcliff, RN Yale, M Krakow, CL Scherr, SK Yeo
Communication Monographs 85 (2), 245-262, 2018
192018
How do emerging adults respond to exercise advice from parents? A test of advice response theory
LM Guntzviller, CL Ratcliff, TE Dorsch, KV Osai
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 34 (6), 936-960, 2017
142017
Presidential communication about marginalized groups: Applying a new analytic framework in the context of the LGBT community
K Coe, RJ Bruce, CL Ratcliff
Journal of Communication 67 (6), 851-873, 2017
92017
Characterizing reactance in communication research: A review of conceptual and operational approaches
CL Ratcliff
Communication Research, 0093650219872126, 2019
72019
Cancer communication research in the era of genomics and precision medicine: a scoping review
KA Kaphingst, E Peterson, J Zhao, A Gaysynsky, A Elrick, SJ Hong, ...
Genetics in Medicine 21 (8), 1691-1698, 2019
72019
Comparing Mediational Pathways for Narrative- and Argument-Based Messages: Believability, Counterarguing, and Emotional Reaction
MM Krakow, RN Yale, JD Jensen, N Carcioppolo, CL Ratcliff
Human Communication Research 44 (3), 299-321, 2018
72018
Loss/Gain Framing, Dose, and Reactance: A Message Experiment
CL Ratcliff, JD Jensen, CL Scherr, M Krakow, K Crossley
Risk Analysis, 2019
62019
When Personal Feels Invasive: Foreseeing Challenges in Precision Medicine Communication
CL Ratcliff, KA Kaphingst, JD Jensen
Journal of Health Communication 23 (2), 144-152, 2018
62018
Explicating perceived barriers to mammography for the USCREEN project: concerns about breast implants, faith violations, and perceived recommendations
JD Jensen, C Ratcliff, J Weaver, MM Krakow, W Payton, S Loewen
Breast Cancer Research and Treatment 154 (1), 201-207, 2015
62015
News coverage of cancer research: Does disclosure of scientific uncertainty enhance credibility?
CL Ratcliff, JD Jensen, K Christy, K Crossley, M Krakow
Risk and health communication in an evolving media environment, H. D. O’Hair …, 2018
52018
Educational TV consumption and children’s interest in leisure reading and writing: a test of the validated curriculum hypothesis
JD Jensen, N Martins, J Weaver, C Ratcliff
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 60 (2), 213-230, 2016
52016
Do pattern-focused visuals improve skin self-examination performance? Explicating the visual skill acquisition model
KK John, JD Jensen, AJ King, CL Ratcliff, D Grossman
Journal of Health Communication 22 (9), 732-742, 2017
42017
Situating advice response theory in a cultural and relational context: How Hispanic adults perceive exercise advice from parents
LM Guntzviller, N Wang, A Martinez Gonzalez, CL Ratcliff
Communication Research 47 (4), 572-598, 2020
22020
Overcoming Resistance Through Narratives: Findings from a Meta-Analytic Review
CL Ratcliff, Y Sun
Human Communication Research, 2020
22020
Making headlines: an analysis of US government-funded cancer research mentioned in online media
LA Maggio, CL Ratcliff, M Krakow, LL Moorhead, A Enkhbayar, JP Alperin
BMJ open 9 (2), bmjopen-2018-025783, 2019
22019
Stress, social support, and mental health among young adult Hispanics
LM Guntzviller, LD Williamson, CL Ratcliff
Family & community health 43 (1), 82-91, 2020
12020
Expanding Advice Response Theory by Incorporating Goal Inference: College Students’ Perceptions of Parental Exercise Advice
LM Guntzviller, CL Ratcliff, KB Pusateri
Communication Theory, 2019
12019
IMPACT OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF UNCERTAINTY ON PUBLIC WILLINGNESS TO PARTICIPATE IN PRECISION MEDICINE RESEARCH
CL Ratcliff, B Wong, J DeFriez, K Kaphingst
ANNALS OF BEHAVIORAL MEDICINE 54, S445-S445, 2020
2020
Frontiers in Precision Medicine IV: Artificial Intelligence, Assembling Large Cohorts, and the Population Data Revolution
A Bress, R Albrechtsen, M Baker, JL Contreras, Z Fica, A Gamblin, ...
Assembling Large Cohorts, and the Population Data Revolution (November 21, 2019), 2019
2019
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