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Publications

adobe The cancer information overload (CIO) scale: Establishing predictive and discriminant validity.
Jensen, J. D., Carcioppolo, N., King, A. J., Scherr, C. L., Jones, C. L., & Niederdeppe, J.
Patient Education & Counseling. 2014, 94, 90-96. [click here for the CIO scale]
adobe Comparing tailored and narrative worksite interventions at increasing colonoscopy adherence in adults 50 – 75: A randomized controlled trial.
Jensen, J. D., King, A. J., Carcioppolo, N., Krakow, M., Samadder, N. J., & Morgan, S. E.
Social Science & Medicine. 2014, 104, 31-40.
adobe Skin self-examinations and visual identification of atypical nevi: Comparing individual and crowdsourcing approaches.
King, A. J.,* Gehl, R. W., Grossman, D., & Jensen, J. D.
Cancer Epidemiology. 2013, 37, 979-984.
adobe Public perception of cancer survival rankings.
Jensen, J. D., Scherr, C. L., Brown, N., Jones, C. L., & Christy, K.
Health Education & Behavior. 2013, 40, 721-729.
Examining HPV threat-to-efficacy ratios in the extended parallel process model.
Carcioppolo, N.,* Jensen, J. D., Wilson, S. E., Collins, W. B., Carrion, M., & Linnemeier, G.
Health Communication. 2013, 28, 20-28.
adobe Why are tailored messages more effective? A multiple mediation analysis of a breast cancer screening intervention.
Jensen, J. D., King, A. J., Carcioppolo, N., & Davis, L.A.
Journal of Communication. 2012, 62, 851-868. [click here for the Perceived Message Relevance scale].
adobe Knowledge acquisition following exposure to cancer news articles: A test of the cognitive mediation model.
Jensen, J. D.
Journal of Communication. 2011, 61, 514-534.
adobe Including limitations in news coverage of cancer research: Effects of news hedging on fatalism, medical skepticism, patient trust, and backlash.
Jensen, J. D., Carcioppolo, N., King, A. J., Bernat, J. K., Davis, L. A., Yale, R., & Smith, J.
Journal of Health Communication. 2011, 16, 486-503.
adobe Making sense of cancer news coverage trends: A comparison of three comprehensive content analyses.
Jensen, J. D., Moriarty, C. M., Hurley, R. J., & Stryker, J. E.
Journal of Health Communication. 2010, 15, 136-151.
adobe The persuasiveness of gain- and loss-framed messages for encouraging disease detection: A meta-analytic review.
O’Keefe, D. J., & Jensen, J. D. 
Journal of Communication. 2009, 59, 296-316.
adobe Scientific uncertainty in news coverage of cancer research: Effects of hedging on scientists’ and journalists’ credibility.
Jensen, J. D. 
Human Communication Research. 2008, 34, 347-369.
The relative persuasiveness of gain-framed and loss-framed messages for encouraging disease prevention behaviors: A meta-analytic review.
O’Keefe, D. J., & Jensen, J. D. 
Journal of Health Communication. 2007, 12, 623-644.

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