Janet Z. Yang
Janet Z. Yang
Professor of Communication, University at Buffalo
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After the flood: Anger, attribution, and the seeking of information
RJ Griffin, Z Yang, E Ter Huurne, F Boerner, S Ortiz, S Dunwoody
Science communication 29 (3), 285-315, 2008
Risk information seeking and processing model: A meta-analysis
ZJ Yang, AM Aloe, TH Feeley
Journal of Communication 64 (1), 20-41, 2014
What, me worry? The role of affect in information seeking and avoidance
ZJ Yang, LA Kahlor
Science communication 35 (2), 189-212, 2013
Does reduced psychological distance increase climate engagement? On the limits of localizing climate change
JP Schuldt, LN Rickard, ZJ Yang
Journal of Environmental Psychology 55, 147-153, 2018
Who is afraid of the Ebola outbreak? The influence of discrete emotions on risk perception.
H Yang, Z. J., & Chu
Journal of Risk Research, 2018
Predicting young adults’ intentions to get the H1N1 vaccine: an integrated model
ZJ Yang
Journal of Health Communication 20 (1), 69-79, 2015
Linking risk messages to information seeking and processing
RJ Griffin, S Dunwoody, ZJ Yang
Annals of the International Communication Association 36 (1), 323-362, 2013
Too scared or too capable? Why do college students stay away from the H1N1 vaccine?
ZJ Yang
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 32 (10), 1703-1716, 2012
Here and now, there and then: How “departure dates” influence climate change engagement
LN Rickard, ZJ Yang, JP Schuldt
Global Environmental Change 38, 97-107, 2016
Applying the risk information seeking and processing model to examine support for climate change mitigation policy
ZJ Yang, LN Rickard, TM Harrison, M Seo
Science Communication 36 (3), 296-324, 2014
Emotion and the psychological distance of climate change
H Chu, JZ Yang
Science Communication 41 (6), 761-789, 2019
Motivation for health information seeking and processing about clinical trial enrollment
ZJ Yang, K McComas, G Gay, JP Leonard, AJ Dannenberg, H Dillon
Health communication 25 (5), 423-436, 2010
A United States-China comparison of risk information–seeking intentions
ZJ Yang, LA Kahlor, H Li
Communication Research 41 (7), 935-960, 2014
To fear or not to fear? Applying the social amplification of risk framework on two environmental health risks in Singapore
YJ Ng, ZJ Yang, A Vishwanath
Journal of Risk Research 21 (12), 1487-1501, 2018
I share, therefore I am: A US− China comparison of college students’ motivations to share information about climate change
ZJ Yang, LA Kahlor, DJ Griffin
Human Communication Research 40 (1), 112-135, 2014
Taking climate change here and now–mitigating ideological polarization with psychological distance
H Chu, JZ Yang
Global Environmental Change 53, 174-181, 2018
Information seeking related to clinical trial enrollment
ZJ Yang, KA McComas, G Gay, JP Leonard, AJ Dannenberg, H Dillon
Communication Research 38 (6), 856-882, 2011
Trust and affect: how do they impact risk information seeking in a health context?
JR Allen Catellier, ZJ Yang
Journal of Risk Research 15 (8), 897-911, 2012
From information processing to behavioral intentions: Exploring cancer patients’ motivations for clinical trial enrollment
ZJ Yang, K McComas, G Gay, JP Leonard, AJ Dannenberg, H Dillon
Patient Education and Counseling 79 (2), 231-238, 2010
Information sufficiency and attribution of responsibility: Predicting support for climate change policy and pro-environmental behavior
ZJ Yang, M Seo, LN Rickard, TM Harrison
Journal of Risk Research 18 (6), 727-746, 2015
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