Niederdeppe, J., Avery, R. J., Kellogg, M., & Mathios, A. (2017). Mixed messages, mixed outcomes: Exposure to direct-to-consumer pharmaceutical advertising for statin drugs is associated with more frequent visits to fast food restaurants and exercise. Health Communication, 32, 845-856.
Dahlstrom, M., Niederdeppe, J., Gao, L. & Zhu, X. (2017). Operational and conceptual trends in narrative persuasion research: Comparing health and non-health related contexts. International Journal of Communication. [provisional accept pending final revisions]
Fernan, C., Schuldt, J. P., & Niederdeppe, J. (2017). Health halo effects from product titles and nutrient content claims in the context of “protein” bars. Health Communication.
Lee, J. G., Landrine, H., Martin, R. J., Matthews, D. D., Averett, P. E., & Niederdeppe, J. (2017). Focusing on the size, extent, or pervasiveness of disparities in health campaigns may backfire. American Journal of Public Health.
Gollust, S. E., Barry, C. L., & Niederdeppe, J. (2017). Partisan responses to public health messages: Motivated reasoning and soda taxes. Journal of Health Politics, Policy, & Law.
Gollust, S. E., Qin, X., Baum, L., Barry, C. L., Niederdeppe, J., Fowler, E. F., & Karaca-Mandic, P. (2017). Search and you shall find: Geographic characteristics associated with google searches during the Affordable Care Act’s first enrollment period. Medical Care Research and Review. doi: 10.1177/1077558716660944
Niederdeppe, J., Roh, S., & Dreisbach, C. (2016). How narrative focus and a statistical map interact to shape health policy support among state legislators. Health Communication, 31(2), 242-255.
Niederdeppe, J., Byrne, S., Avery, R. J., & Siam, T. (2016). Variation in state use of anti-tobacco message themes predicts youth smoking prevalence in the United States, 1999-2005. Tobacco Control, 25(1), 101-107.
Kim, H. K., & Niederdeppe, J. (2016). Effects of self-affirmation, narratives, and informational messages in reducing unrealistic optimism about alcohol-related problems among college students. Human Communication Research, 42(2), 246-268.
McGinty, E. E., Kennedy-Hendricks, A., Baller, J., Niederdeppe, J., Gollust, S., & Barry, C. L. (2016). Criminal activity or treatable health condition? News media framing of opioid analgesic abuse in the United States, 1998-2012. Psychiatric Services, 67(4), 405-411.
Barry, C. L., Hendricks, A. K., Gollust, S. E., Niederdeppe, J., Bachhuber, M. A., Webster, D., & McGinty, E. B. (2016). Understanding Americans’ views on opioid pain reliever abuse. Addiction, 111(1), 85-93.
Kennedy-Hendricks, A., Busch, S. H., McGinty, E. E., Bachhuber, M. A., Niederdeppe, J., Gollust. S. E., Webster, D. W., Fiellin, D. A., & Barry, C. L. (2016). Primary care physicians’ perspectives on the prescription opioid epidemic. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 165, 61-70.
Niederdeppe, J., Connelly, N. A., Lauber, T. B., & Knuth, B. A. (2015). Using theory to identify beliefs associated with intentions to follow fish consumption advisories among anglers in the Great Lakes region. Risk Analysis, 35(11), 1996-2008.
Robbins, R., & Niederdeppe, J. (2015). Using the integrative model of behavior prediction to identify promising message strategies to promote healthy sleep behavior among college students. Health Communication, 30(1), 26-38.
Kim, H. K., Niederdeppe, J., Guillory, J., Graham, M., Olson, C., & Gay, G. K. (2015). Determinants of pregnant women’s online self-regulatory activities for appropriate gestational weight gain. Health Communication, 30(9), 922-932.
Kim, H. K., Kim, S., & Niederdeppe, J. (2015). Scientific uncertainty as a moderator of the relationship between descriptive norm and intentions to engage in cancer risk-reducing behaviors. Journal of Health Communication,20(4), 387-395.
Wolfson, J., Gollust, S. E., Niederdeppe, J., & Barry, C. L. (2015). The role of parents in public views on how to address childhood obesity in the United States. Milbank Quarterly, 93(1), 73-111.
Byrne, S.,Katz, S.,Mathios, A., & Niederdeppe, J. (2015). Do the ends justify the means? A test of alternatives to the FDA proposed cigarette warning labels. Health Communication, 30(7), 680-693.
Niederdeppe, J., Shapiro, M., Kim, H. K., Bartolo, D., & Porticella, N. (2014). Narrative persuasion, causality, complex integration, and support for social policy. Health Communication, 29(5), 431-444.
Niederdeppe, J., Lee, T., Kim, H.K., Robbins, R., Kirshenblat, D., Standridge, K., Kresovich, A., Jensen, J., & Fowler, E. F. (2014). Content and effects of news stories about uncertain cancer causes and preventive behaviors. Health Communication, 29(4), 332-346.
Guillory, J., Niederdeppe, J., Kim, H. K., Pollock, J. P., Graham, M., Olson, C., & Gay, G. K. (2014). Does social support predict pregnant mothers’ information seeking behaviors on an educational website? Maternal and Child Health Journal, 18, 2218-2225.
Connelly, N. A., Lauber, T. B., Niederdeppe, J., & Knuth, B. A. (2014). How can more women of childbearing age be encouraged to follow fish consumption recommendations? Environmental Research, 135, 88–94.
Graham, M. L., Uesgui, K. H., Niederdeppe, J., Gay, G. K., & Olson, C. M. (2014). The theory, development, and implementation of an e-intervention to prevent excessive gestational weight gain: e-moms Roc. Telemedicine and e-Health, 20(12), 1135-1142.
Barry, C., Gollust, S., McGinty, E., & Niederdeppe, J. (2014). Effects of messages from a media campaign to increase public awareness of childhood obesity. Obesity, 22, 466-473.
Jensen, J.D., Carcioppolo, N., King, A.J., Scherr, C.L., Jones, C.L., & Niederdeppe, J. (2014). The cancer information overload (CIO) scale: Establishing predictive and discriminant validity. Patient Education and Counseling, 94, 90-96.
Niederdeppe, J., Roh, S., Shapiro, M.A., & Kim, H. K. (2013). Effects of emphasizing environmental determinants of obesity on intentions to engage in diet and exercise behaviors. Preventing Chronic Disease, 10. http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd10.130163.
Byrne, S., Niederdeppe, J., Avery, R., & Cantor, J. (2013). ‘When diet and exercise are not enough’: An examination of lifestyle change inefficacy claims in direct-to-consumer advertising. Health Communication, 28, 800-813.
Lundell, H., Niederdeppe, J., & Clarke, C. (2013). Exploring interpretation of complexity and typicality in narratives and statistical images about the social determinants of health. Health Communication, 28(5), 486-498.
Robbins, R., Niederdeppe, J., Lundell, H., & Meyerson, J. (2013). Views of city, county, and state policy makers about childhood obesity in New York State, 2010-2011. Preventing Chronic Disease, 10, E195. http://dx.doi.org/10.5888/pcd10.130164.
Niederdeppe, J., Kim, H. K., Lundell, H., Fazili, F., & Frazier, B. (2012). Beyond counterarguing: Simple elaboration, complex integration, and counter-elaboration in response to variations in narrative focus and sidedness. Journal of Communication, 62(5), 758-777.
Niederdeppe, J., Porticella, N., & Shapiro, M. (2012). Using theory to identify beliefs associated with support for policies to increase the price of high-fat and high-sugar foods. Journal of Health Communication, 17, 90-104.
Niederdeppe, J., Farrelly, M. C., Nonnemaker, J., Davis, K. C &, Wagner, L. (2011). Socioeconomic variation in response to campaign advertisements to promote smoking cessation. Social Science and Medicine, 72, 773-780.
Niederdeppe, J., Robert, S., & Kindig, D. (2011). Qualitative research about attributions, narratives and support for policy, 2008. Preventing Chronic Disease, 8(2).
Lee, C. J. & Niederdeppe, J. (2011). Genre-specific cultivation effects: Lagged associations between overall TV viewing, local TV news viewing, and fatalistic beliefs about cancer prevention. Communication Research, 38, 731-753.
Davis, K. C., Crankshaw, E., Farrelly, M. C., Niederdeppe, J., & Watson, K. (2011). The impact of state tobacco control program funding cuts on teens’ exposure to tobacco control interventions: Evidence from Florida. American Journal of Health Promotion, 25(3), 176-185.
Davis, K. C., Nonnemaker, J., Farrelly, M. C., & Niederdeppe, J. (2011). Exploring differences in smokers’ perceptions of the effectiveness of cessation media messages. Tobacco Control, 20, 26-33.
Nguyen, G. T., Shungu, N. P., Niederdeppe, J., Barg, F. K., Holmes, J. H., Armstrong, K., & Hornik, R. C. (2010). Cancer-related information seeking and scanning behavior of Vietnamese immigrants. Journal of Health Communication, 15(7), 754-768.
Keller, P. A., Feltracco, A., Bailey, L. A., Zhanhai, L., Niederdeppe, J., Baker, T. B., & Fiore, M. C. (2010). Changes in tobacco quitlines in the United States from 2005 to 2006. Preventing Chronic Disease, 7(2).
Kelly, B. J., Hornik, R., Romantan, A., Schwartz, J. S., Armstrong, K., DeMichele, A., Fishbein, M., Gray, S., Hull, S., Kim, A., Nagler, R., Niederdeppe, J., Ramirez, S., Smith-McLallen, A., & Wong, N. (2010). Cancer information scanning and seeking in the general population. Journal of Health Communication, 15(7), 734-753.
Niederdeppe, J., Kuang, X., Crock, B.N., & Skelton, A. (2008). Media strategies to promote smoking cessation among socioeconomically disadvantaged populations: What do we know, what do we need to learn, and what should we do now? Social Science and Medicine, 67, 1343-1355.
Niederdeppe, J., Kuang, X., Crock, B.N., & Skelton, A. (2008). Critical steps in building the evidence base regarding media campaign effects on disadvantaged populations: A response to Fagan. Social Science and Medicine, 67, 1359-1360.
Niederdeppe, J., Bu, L., Borah, P., Kindig, D., & Robert, S. (2008). Message design strategies to raise public awareness of social determinants of health and population health disparities. The Milbank Quarterly, 86, 481-513.
Niederdeppe, J., Fiore, M. C., Baker, T., & Smith, S. S. (2008). Smoking cessation media campaigns and their effectiveness among socioeconomically advantaged and disadvantaged populations. American Journal of Public Health, 98, 916-924.
Niederdeppe, J., Farrelly, M.C., Hersey, J.C., & Davis, K.C. (2008). Consequences of dramatic reductions in state tobacco control funds: Florida, 1998-2000. Tobacco Control, 17, 205-210.
Piper, M.E., Bolt, D.M., Kim, S., Japuntich, S., Smith, S.S., Niederdeppe, J., Cannon, D., & Baker, T.B. (2008). Refining the tobacco dependence phenotype using the Wisconsin Inventory of Smoking Dependence Motives (WISDM). Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 117, 747-761.
Niederdeppe, J., Hornik, R., Kelly, B., Frosch, D., Romantan, A., Stevens, R., Barg, F., Weiner, J., & Schwarz, S. (2007). Examining the dimensions of cancer-related information seeking and scanning behavior. Health Communication, 22, 153-167.
Niederdeppe, J., Davis, K. C., Farrelly, M.C, & Yarsevich, J. (2007). Stylistic features, need for sensation, and confirmed recall of national smoking prevention advertisements. Journal of Communication, 57, 272-292.
Niederdeppe, J., Farrelly, M.C., Wenter, D., Thomas, K., & Weitzencamp, D. (2007). Newspaper coverage as indirect effects of a health communication intervention: The Florida tobacco control program and youth smoking. Communication Research, 34, 382-405.
Niederdeppe, J. (2005). Syntactic indeterminacy, message sensation value-enhancing features, and message processing in the context of tobacco countermarketing advertisements. Communication Monographs, 72, 324-344.
Niederdeppe, J., Hersey, J.C., Farrelly, M.C., Haviland, M.L., & Healton, C.G. (2005). Comparing adolescent reactions to national tobacco countermarketing advertisements using Web TV. Social Marketing Quarterly, 5, 3-18.
Hersey, J.C., Niederdeppe, J., Ng, S.W., Mowery, P., Farrelly, M.C., & Messeri, P. (2005). How state counter-industry campaigns help prime perceptions of tobacco industry practices to promote reductions in youth smoking. Tobacco Control, 14, 377-383.
Hersey, J.C., Niederdeppe, J., Evans, W.D., Nonnemaker, J., Blahut, S., Holden, D., & Haviland, M.L. (2005). The theory of the truth: How counter-industry media campaigns affect smoking behavior among teens. Health Psychology, 24, 22-31.
Thrasher, J.F., Niederdeppe, J., Farrelly, M.C., Davis, K.C., Ribisl, K.M., & Haviland, M.L. (2004). The impact of anti-tobacco industry prevention messages in tobacco producing regions: Evidence from the US truth campaign. Tobacco Control, 13, 283-288.
Hersey, J.C., Niederdeppe, J., Evans, W.D., Nonnemaker, J., Blahut, S., Holden, D., Farrelly, M.C., & Haviland, M.L. (2003). The effects of state counter-industry media campaigns on beliefs, attitudes, and smoking status among teens and young adults. Preventive Medicine, 37, 544-552.