Brian Southwell
Brian Southwell
Senior Director, Science in the Public Sphere @ RTI International, Faculty @ Duke University and UNC
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The roles of interpersonal communication in mass media campaigns.
BG Southwell, MC Yzer
Communication yearbook, 419-462, 2007
Colorectal cancer screening in older men and women: qualitative research findings and implications for intervention
C Beeker, JM Kraft, BG Southwell, CM Jorgensen
Journal of Community Health 25 (3), 263-278, 2000
When (and why) interpersonal talk matters for campaigns
BG Southwell, MC Yzer
Communication Theory 19 (1), 1-8, 2009
Interpersonal communication as an indirect pathway for the effect of antismoking media content on smoking cessation
B van den Putte, M Yzer, BG Southwell, GJ de Bruijn, MC Willemsen
Journal of health communication 16 (5), 470-485, 2011
The symbiosis of news coverage and aggregate online search behavior: Obama, rumors, and presidential politics
B Weeks, B Southwell
Mass Communication and Society 13 (4), 341-360, 2010
Can we measure encoded exposure? Validation evidence from a national campaign
BG Southwell, CH Barmada, RC Hornik, DM Maklan
Journal of health communication 7 (5), 445-453, 2002
Between Messages and People A Multilevel Model of Memory for Television Content
BG Southwell
Communication Research 32 (1), 112-140, 2005
Infant feeding and the media: the relationship between Parents' Magazine content and breastfeeding, 1972–2000
KA Foss, BG Southwell
International Breastfeeding Journal 1 (10), 1-9, 2006
Connecting interpersonal and mass communication: Science news exposure, perceived ability to understand science, and conversation
BG Southwell, A Torres
Communication Monographs 73 (3), 334-350, 2006
Social Networks and Popular Understanding of Science and Health: Sharing Disparities
BG Southwell
JHU Press, 2013
Gender Differences in Young Adults’ Beliefs About Sunscreen Use
L Abroms, CM Jorgensen, BG Southwell, AC Geller, KM Emmons
Health Education & Behavior 30 (1), 29-43, 2003
Gender differences in young adults’ beliefs about sunscreen use
L Abroms, CM Jorgensen, BG Southwell, AC Geller, KM Emmons
Health Education & Behavior 30 (1), 29-43, 2003
Tuning in to fit in? Acculturation and media use among Chinese students in the United States
C Yang, H Wu, M Zhu, B Southwell
Asian Journal of Communication 14 (1), 81-94, 2004
Effects of advertisements on smokers’ interest in trying e-cigarettes: the roles of product comparison and visual cues
JK Pepper, SL Emery, KM Ribisl, BG Southwell, NT Brewer
Tobacco Control 23 (suppl 3), iii31-iii36, 2014
New communication technologies, old questions
MC Yzer, BG Southwell
American Behavioral Scientist 52 (1), 8-20, 2008
Sensation seeking, the activation model, and mass media health campaigns: Current findings and future directions for cancer communication
MT Stephenson, BG Southwell
Journal of Communication 56 (s1), S38-S56, 2006
Turning minds on and faucets off: Water conservation education in Jordanian schools
S Middlestadt, M Grieser, O Hernandez, K Tubaishat, J Sanchack, ...
The Journal of Environmental Education 32 (2), 37-45, 2001
41.1 Communication in infectious disease surveillance
BG Southwell, BJ Reynolds, K Fowlie
Infectious Disease Surveillance, 607, 0
Zika virus–related news coverage and online behavior, United States, Guatemala, and Brazil
B Southwell, S Dolina, K Jimenez-Magdaleno, L Squiers, K Bridget
Emerging Infectious Diseases 22 (7),, 2016
Encoded exposure to tobacco use in social media predicts subsequent smoking behavior
JB Depue, BG Southwell, AE Betzner, BM Walsh
American Journal of Health Promotion 29 (4), 259-261, 2015
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