Graham Dixon
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Heightening uncertainty around certain science: Media coverage, false balance, and the autism-vaccine controversy
GN Dixon, CE Clarke
Science Communication 35 (3), 358-382, 2013
Psychological reactance from reading basic facts on climate change: The role of prior views and political identification
Y Ma, G Dixon, JD Hmielowski
Environmental Communication 13 (1), 71-86, 2019
Changes in COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy among Black and White individuals in the US
TJ Padamsee, RM Bond, GN Dixon, SR Hovick, K Na, EC Nisbet, ...
JAMA network open 5 (1), e2144470-e2144470, 2022
Improving climate change acceptance among US conservatives through value-based message targeting
G Dixon, J Hmielowski, Y Ma
Science Communication 39 (4), 520-534, 2017
Jargon as a barrier to effective science communication: Evidence from metacognition
OM Bullock, D Colón Amill, HC Shulman, GN Dixon
Public Understanding of Science 28 (7), 845-853, 2019
The effect of falsely balanced reporting of the autism–vaccine controversy on vaccine safety perceptions and behavioral intentions
G Dixon, C Clarke
Health education research 28 (2), 352-359, 2013
The Power of a Picture: Overcoming Scientific Misinformation by Communicating Weight‐of‐Evidence Information with Visual Exemplars
GN Dixon, BW McKeever, AE Holton, C Clarke, G Eosco
Journal of Communication 65 (4), 639-659, 2015
Saving energy at the workplace: The salience of behavioral antecedents and sense of community
G Dixon, MB Deline, K McComas, L Chambliss, M Hoffmann
Energy Research and Social Science 6, 121-127, 2015
Using comparative feedback to influence workplace energy conservation: A case study of a university campaign
GN Dixon, MB Deline, K McComas, L Chambliss, M Hoffmann
Environment and Behavior 47 (6), 667-693, 2015
The effects of jargon on processing fluency, self-perceptions, and scientific engagement
HC Shulman, GN Dixon, OM Bullock, D Colón Amill
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 39 (5-6), 579-597, 2020
Applying the gateway belief model to genetically modified food perceptions: New insights and additional questions
G Dixon
Journal of Communication 66 (6), 888-908, 2016
Including “evidentiary balance” in news media coverage of vaccine risk
CE Clarke, GN Dixon, A Holton, BW McKeever
Health communication 30 (5), 461-472, 2015
What drives support for self-driving car technology in the United States?
G Dixon, PS Hart, C Clarke, NH O’Donnell, J Hmielowski
Journal of Risk Research 23 (3), 275-287, 2020
Distance, ambiguity and appropriation: Structures affording impression management in a collocated organization
J Birnholtz, G Dixon, J Hancock
Computers in Human Behavior 28 (3), 1028-1035, 2012
Inoculating against COVID-19 vaccine misinformation
S Van der Linden, G Dixon, C Clarke, J Cook
EClinicalMedicine 33, 2021
Unintended effects of emphasizing the role of climate change in recent natural disasters
G Dixon, O Bullock, D Adams
Environmental Communication 13 (2), 135-143, 2019
The influence of weight-of-evidence messages on (vaccine) attitudes: a sequential mediation model
CE Clarke, B Weberling McKeever, A Holton, GN Dixon
Journal of Health Communication 20 (11), 1302-1309, 2015
Negative affect as a mechanism of exemplification effects: An experiment on two-sided risk argument recall and risk perception
GN Dixon
Communication Research 43 (6), 761-784, 2016
Neutralizing the effect of political worldviews by communicating scientific agreement: A thought-listing study
G Dixon, A Hubner
Science Communication 40 (3), 393-415, 2018
Fighting the infodemic on two fronts: Reducing false beliefs without increasing polarization
V Dan, GN Dixon
Science Communication 43 (5), 674-682, 2021
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