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Science Communication


Submitted by syntaxfactory on January 26, 2016 - 5:22pm


February 2016; Vol. 38, No. 1
Research Articles
When Debunking Scientific Myths Fails (and When It Does Not): The Backfire Effect in the Context of Journalistic Coverage and Immediate Judgments as Prevention Strategy
Christina Peter and Thomas Koch

Turning Experts Into Self-Reflexive Speakers: The Problematization of Technical-Scientific Expertise Relative to Alternative Forms of Expertise
Karen Mogendorff, Hedwig te Molder, Cees van Woerkum, and Bart Gremmen

Motivators of Pro-Environmental Behavior: Examining the Underlying Processes in the Influence of Presumed Media Influence Model
Youqing Liao, Shirley S. Ho, and Xiaodong Yang

Ethics Information Seeking and Sharing Among Scientists: The Case of Nanotechnology
Lee Ann Kahlor, Anthony Dudo, Ming-Ching Liang, Allison J. Lazard, and Niveen AbiGhannam

Using Political Efficacy Messages to Increase Climate Activism: The Mediating Role of Emotions
Lauren Feldman and P. Sol Hart

Commentary
A Conceptual Critique of the Cultural Cognition Thesis
Sander van der Linden

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