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Rebekah Nagler
Rebekah Nagler
Associate Professor, Hubbard School of Journalism & Mass Communication, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
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Adverse outcomes associated with media exposure to contradictory nutrition messages
RH Nagler
Journal of health communication 19 (1), 24-40, 2014
3482014
The emergence of COVID-19 in the US: a public health and political communication crisis
SE Gollust, RH Nagler, EF Fowler
Journal of health politics, policy and law 45 (6), 967-981, 2020
2732020
Differences in information seeking among breast, prostate, and colorectal cancer patients: results from a population-based survey
RH Nagler, SW Gray, A Romantan, BJ Kelly, A DeMichele, K Armstrong, ...
Patient education and counseling 81, S54-S62, 2010
2642010
Cancer information scanning and seeking in the general population
B Kelly, R Hornik, A Romantan, JS Schwartz, K Armstrong, A DeMichele, ...
Journal of health communication 15 (7), 734-753, 2010
2562010
Impact of tobacco-related health warning labels across socioeconomic, race and ethnic groups: results from a randomized web-based experiment
J Cantrell, DM Vallone, JF Thrasher, RH Nagler, SP Feirman, LR Muenz, ...
PloS one 8 (1), e52206, 2013
1762013
Conflicting health information: a critical research need
DM Carpenter, LL Geryk, AT Chen, RH Nagler, NF Dieckmann, PKJ Han
Health Expectations 19 (6), 1173-1182, 2016
1692016
Information seeking from media and family/friends increases the likelihood of engaging in healthy lifestyle behaviors
AS Ramírez, D Freres, LS Martinez, N Lewis, A Bourgoin, BJ Kelly, ...
Journal of health communication 18 (5), 527-542, 2013
1472013
The communications revolution and health inequalities in the 21st century: implications for cancer control
K Viswanath, RH Nagler, CA Bigman-Galimore, MP McCauley, M Jung, ...
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 21 (10), 1701-1708, 2012
1422012
Public perceptions of conflicting information surrounding COVID-19: Results from a nationally representative survey of US adults
RH Nagler, RI Vogel, SE Gollust, AJ Rothman, EF Fowler, MC Yzer
PloS one 15 (10), e0240776, 2020
1292020
Source-specific exposure to contradictory nutrition information: Documenting prevalence and effects on adverse cognitive and behavioral outcomes
C Lee, RH Nagler, N Wang
Health communication 33 (4), 453-461, 2018
902018
Seeking cancer-related information from media and family/friends increases fruit and vegetable consumption among cancer patients
N Lewis, LS Martinez, DR Freres, JS Schwartz, K Armstrong, SW Gray, ...
Health communication 27 (4), 380-388, 2012
902012
Understanding the role of the news media in HPV vaccine uptake in the United States: Synthesis and commentary
SE Gollust, SM LoRusso, RH Nagler, EF Fowler
Human vaccines & immunotherapeutics 12 (6), 1430-1434, 2016
782016
On the conceptual ambiguity surrounding perceived message effectiveness
M Yzer, S LoRusso, RH Nagler
Health communication 30 (2), 125-134, 2015
732015
Effects of media exposure to conflicting information about mammography: Results from a population-based survey experiment
RH Nagler, MC Yzer, AJ Rothman
Annals of Behavioral Medicine 53 (10), 896-908, 2019
712019
Implementation and research priorities for FCTC Articles 13 and 16: tobacco advertising, promotion, and sponsorship and sales to and by minors
RH Nagler, K Viswanath
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 15 (4), 832-846, 2013
652013
Recruitment and retention for community-based eHealth interventions with populations of low socioeconomic position: strategies and challenges
RH Nagler, S Ramanadhan, S Minsky, K Viswanath
Journal of Communication 63 (1), 201-220, 2013
592013
How do cancer patients navigate the public information environment? Understanding patterns and motivations for movement among information sources
RH Nagler, A Romantan, BJ Kelly, RS Stevens, SW Gray, SJ Hull, ...
Journal of cancer education 25, 360-370, 2010
592010
Measuring media exposure to contradictory health information: a comparative analysis of four potential measures
RH Nagler, RC Hornik
Communication Methods and Measures 6 (1), 56-75, 2012
572012
Confusion and nutritional backlash from news media exposure to contradictory information about carbohydrates and dietary fats
D Clark, RH Nagler, J Niederdeppe
Public health nutrition 22 (18), 3336-3348, 2019
532019
Women’s awareness and perceived importance of the harms and benefits of mammography screening: results from a 2016 national survey
J Yu, RH Nagler, EF Fowler, K Kerlikowske, SE Gollust
JAMA internal medicine 177 (9), 1381-1382, 2017
502017
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