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Yotam Ophir
Yotam Ophir
Associate Professor of Communication at the University at Buffalo, State University of New York
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News frame analysis: An inductive mixed-method computational approach
D Walter, Y Ophir
Communication Methods and Measures 13 (4), 248-266, 2019
1872019
The Potential for Narrative Correctives to Combat Misinformation
A Sangalang, Y Ophir, JN Cappella
Journal of Communication, 2019
1142019
Russian Twitter Accounts and the Partisan Polarization of Vaccine Discourse, 2015–2017
D Walter, Y Ophir, KH Jamieson
American Journal of Public Health 110 (5), 2020
1122020
Coverage of epidemics in American newspapers through the lens of the crisis and emergency risk communication framework
Y Ophir
Health security 16 (3), 147-157, 2018
982018
The Framing of COVID-19 in Italian Media and Its Relationship with Community Mobility: A Mixed-Method Approach
Y Ophir, D Walter, D Arnon, A Lokmanoglu, M Tizzoni, J Carota, ...
Journal of Health Communication, 2021
712021
Interventions to Correct Misinformation about Tobacco Products
JN Cappella, E Maloney, Y Ophir, E Brennan
Tobacco Regulatory Science 1 (2), 186-197, 2015
632015
The Effects of Graphic Warning Labels’ Vividness on Message Engagement and Intentions to Quit Smoking
Y Ophir, E Brennan, EK Maloney, JN Cappella
Communication Research 46 (5), 619-638, 2017
512017
The Effects of Zika Virus Risk Coverage on Familiarity, Knowledge and Behavior in the U.S. – A Time Series Analysis Combining Content Analysis and a Nationally Representative …
Y Ophir, KH Jamieson
Health Communication, 2018
442018
Intentions to use a novel Zika vaccine: the effects of misbeliefs about the MMR vaccine and perceptions about Zika
Y Ophir, KH Jamieson
Journal of Public Health 40 (4), e531-e537, 2018
412018
Potential effectiveness of pictorial warning labels that feature the images and personal details of real people
E Brennan, EK Maloney, Y Ophir, JN Cappella
Nicotine & Tobacco Research 19 (10), 1138-1148, 2017
352017
The Effects of News Coverage of Epidemics on Public Support for and Compliance with the CDC– An Experimental Study
Y Ophir
Journal of Health Communication, 2019
342019
A Collaborative Way of Knowing: Bridging Computational Communication Research and Grounded Theory Ethnography
Y Ophir, D Walter, E Marchant
Journal of Communication 70 (3), 447-472, 2020
312020
The effects of media narratives about failures and discoveries in science on beliefs about and support for science
Y Ophir, KH Jamieson
Public Understanding of Science, 2021
302021
The effects of scientific messages and narratives about vaccination
O Kuru, D Stecula, H Lu, Y Ophir, ...
PLoS ONE 16 (3), e0248328, 2021
292021
The role of information avoidance in managing uncertainty from conflicting recommendations about electronic cigarettes
Q Yang, N Herbert, S Yang, J Alber, Y Ophir, JN Cappella
Communication Monographs 88 (3), 263-285, 2021
272021
Weaponizing reproductive rights: a mixed-method analysis of White nationalists’ discussion of abortions online
Y Ophir, ML Pruden, D Walter, AD Lokmanoglu, C Tebaldi, R Wang
Information, Communication, & Society, 2022
252022
Designing effective testimonial pictorial warning labels for tobacco products
E Brennan, E Maloney, Y Ophir, JN Cappella
Health Communication, 2019
252019
Intentions to seek information about the influenza vaccine: The role of informational subjective norms, anticipated and experienced affect, and information insufficiency among …
H Lu, APPC 2018–2019 ASK Group, K Winneg, KH Jamieson, ...
Risk Analysis 40 (10), 2040-2056, 2020
242020
Vaccine discourse in white nationalist online communication: A mixed-methods computational approach
D Walter, Y Ophir, AD Lokmanoglu, ML Pruden
Social Science & Medicine 298, 114859, 2022
232022
Strategy Framing in News Coverage and Electoral Success: An Analysis of Topic Model Networks Approach
D Walter, Y Ophir
Political Communication, 2021
222021
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