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University of Michigan

Amsterlaw, J., Zikmund-Fisher, B.J., Fagerlin, A., Ubel, P.A. (in press). Can fear of complications lead to inconsistent decisions? Judgment and Decision Making.

Bhavnani, S.K., Bichakjian, C.K., Johnson, T.M., Little, R.J., Peck, F.A., Schwartz, J.L., Strecher, V.J. (2006). Strategy Hubs: Domain Portals to Help Find Comprehensive Information. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 57(1), 4-24.

Bray, B., Almiral, D., Zimmerman, R.S., Lynam, D., Murphy, S.A. (in press). Assessing the Total Effect of Time-varying Predictors in Prevention Research. Society for Prevention Research.

Collins, L.M., Murphy, S.A., Nair, V., Strecher, V. (2005). A Strategy for Optimizing and Evaluating Behavioral Interventions. The Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 30, 65-73.

Fagerlin, A., Zikmund-Fisher, B.J., Ubel, P.A. (2005). Cure me even if it kills me: Preferences for invasive treatment. Medical Decision Making, 25(6), 614-9.

Fagerlin, A., Zikmund-Fisher, B.J., Ubel, P.A. (2005). How making a risk estimate can change the feel of that risk: Shifting attitudes toward breast cancer risk in a general public survey. Patient Education and Counseling, 57(3), 294-299.

Heimendinger, J., O�Neill, C., Marcus, A.C., Wolfe, P., Julesburg, K., Morra, M., Allen, A., Davis, S., Mowad, L., Perocchia, R., Ward, J.D., Strecher, V., Warnecke, R., Nowak, M., Graf, I., Fairclough, D., Bryant, L., Lipkus, I. (2005). Multiple tailored messages are effective in increasing fruit and vegetable consumption among callers to the Cancer Information Service. Journal of Health Communication, 10(Supplement 1), 65-82.

Marcus, A.C., Heimendinger, J., Berman, E., Strecher, V., Bright, M.A., Allen, A.R., Davis, S.W., Julesberg, K., Mowad, L.Z., Perocchia, R., Thomsen, C. (2005). A case study in dissemination: Lessons learned from a pilot study involving the National Cancer Institute�s Cancer Information Service. Journal of Health Communication, 10(Supplement 1), 219-224.

Marcus, A.C., Mason, M., Wolfe, P., Rimer, B.K., Lipkus, I., Strecher, V., Warneke, R., Morra, M.E., Allen, A., Davis, S.W., Gaier, A., Graves, C., Julesberg, K., Nguyen, L., Perocchia, R., Speyer, J.B., Wagner, D., Thomsen, C., Bright, M.A. (2005). The efficacy of tailored print materials in promoting colorectal cancer screening: Results from a randomized trial involving callers to the National Cancer Institute�s Cancer Information Service. Journal of Health Communication, 10(Supplement 1), 83-104.

Murphy, S.A. (2005) An Experimental Design for the Development of Adaptive Treatment Strategies. Statistics in Medicine, 24, 1455-1481.

Murphy, S.A (2005). A Generalization Error for Q-Learning. Journal of Machine Learning Research, Journal of Machine Learning Research, 6,1073-1097.

Richardson, C.R., Brown, B.B., Foley, S., Dial, K.S., Lowery, J.C. (2005). Feasibility of Adding Enhanced Pedometer Feedback to Nutritional Counseling for Weight Loss. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 7(5), 56.

Rothert, K., Strecher, V.J., Doyl, L.A., Caplan, W.M., Joyce, J.S., Jimison, H.B., Karm, L.M., Mims, A.D., Roth, M.A. (in press). Web-based weight management programs in an integrated health care setting: A randomized, controlled trial. Obesity Research.

Sabel, M.S., Strecher, V.J., Schwartz, J.L., Wang, T.S., Karimipour, D.J., Orringer, J.S., Johnson, T., Bichakjian, C.K. (2005). Internet use in patients with melanoma: Patterns of use and effect on anxiety in 1,613 consecutive patients. Journal of the American Acadamy of Dermatology, 52(5), 779-85.

Strecher, V.J., Marcus, A., Bishop, K., Fleisher, L., Stengle, W., Levinson, A., Fairclogh, D.L., Wolfe, P., Morra, M., Davis, S., Warnecke, R., Heimendinger, J., Nowak, M. (2005). A randomized controlled trial of multiple tailored messages for smoking cessation among callers to the Cancer Information Service. Journal of Health Communication, 10(Supplement 1), 105-118.

Strecher, V.J., Shiffman, S., West, R. (2005). Randomized controlled trial of a web-based computer-tailored smoking cessation program as a supplement to nicotine patch therapy. Addiction, 100(5), 682-8.

Strecher, V.J., Shiffman, S., West, R. (in press). Moderators and mediators of a web-based computer-tailored smoking cessation program among nicotine patch users. Nicotine and Tobacco Research.

Wang, C., Gonzalez, R., Milliron, K., Strecher, V.J., Merajver, S.D. (2005). Genetic counseling for BRCA 1/2: A randomized controlled trial of two strategies to facilitate the education and counseling process. American Journal of Medical Genetics, 134(1),66-73.

Zikmund-Fisher, B.J., Fagerlin, A., Ubel, P.A. (2005). What.s time got to do with it? Inattention to duration in interpretation of survival graphs. Risk Analysis, 25(3), 589-595.

Zikmund-Fisher, B.J., Sarr, B., Fagerlin, A., Ubel,P.A. (in press). A case for giving advice: choosing for others reduces omission biases in treatment decision making. Journal of General Internal Medicine.

Zikmund-Fisher, B.J., Sarr, B., Fagerlin, A., Ubel, P.A. (in press). A matter of perspective: choosing for others differs from choosing for yourself in making treatment decisions. Journal of General Internal Medicine.

The University of Pennsylvania

Cappella, J.N. (in press). Integrating Message Effects and Behavior Change Theories: Organizing Comments and Unanswered Questions. Journal of Communication.

Cappella, J., Lerman, C., Romantan, A., Baruh, L. (2005). News about Genetics and Smoking: Priming, Family Smoking History and News Story Believability on Inferences of Genetic Susceptibility to Tobacco Addiction. Communication Research, 32, 478-502.

Fishbein, M., Cappella, J.N. (in press). The role of theory in developing effective health communications. Journal of Communication.

Frosch, D.L., Mello, P., Lerman, C. (2005). Behavioral consequences of screening for obesity risk. Cancer, Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, 14(6), 1485-1489.

Halbert, C. H., Armstrong, K., Gandy, O.H., Jr., Shaker, L. (2006). Racial differences in trust in health care providers. Archives of Internal Medicine, 166, 896-901.

Halbert, C.H., Gandy, O.H., Jr., Collier, A., Shaker, L. (2006). Intentions to participate in genetics research among African American smokers. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, 15(1), 150-153.

Hornik, R., & Ramirez, A.S. (2006). Racial/Ethnic Disparities and Segmentation in Communication Campaigns. American Behavioral Scientist, 49(6), 868-884.

Nguyen, G.T., Bellamy, S. (in press). Cancer Information Seeking Patterns in a National Sample of Asian Americans. Journal of Health Communication.

Niederdeppe, J., Hornik, R.C., Kelly, B., Frosch, D.L., Romantan, A., Stevens, R., Weiner, J. (in press). Exploring the dimensions of cancer-related information seeking and scanning behavior. Health Communication.

Shadel, W.G., Lerman, C., Cappella, J., Strasser, A., Pinto, A., Hornik R. (2006). Evaluating Smokers. Reactions to Advertising for New Lower Nicotine Quest Cigarettes. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 20(1), 80-84.

Shim, M., Kelly, B., Hornik, R. (2006) Cancer scanning and seeking is associated with knowledge, lifestyle choices and screening behavior. Journal of Health Communication, 11 (Supplement 1), 157-172.

Yanovitzky, I., Zanutto, E., Hornik, R. (2005). Estimating causal effects of public health education campaigns using propensity score methodology. Evaluation and Program Planning, 28(2), 209-220.

Saint Louis University

Boslaugh, S.E., Kreuter, M.W., Nicholson, R.A., Naleid, K. (2005). Comparing demographic, health status, and psychosocial strategies of audience segmentation to promote physical activity. Health Education Research, 20(4): 430-438.

Brownson, R.C., Ballew, P., Dieffenderfer, B., Haire-Joshu, D., Heath, G.W., Kreuter, M.W., Myers, B.A. (in press). What contributes to dissemination of evidence-based interventions to promote physical activity among state health departments? American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

Brownson, R.C., Boehmer, T.K., Luke, D.A. (2005). Declining rates of physical activity in the United States: What are the contributions? Annual Review of Pubic Health, 421-43.

Brownson, R., Hagood, L., Lovegreen, S., Britton, B., Caito, N., Elliot, M., Emery, J., Haire-Joshu, D. (2005). A multilevel ecological approach to promoting walking in rural communities. Preventive Medicine, 41: 837-842.

Brownson, R., Haire-Joshu, D., Luke, D. (2006). Shaping the context of health: A review of environmental and policy approaches in the prevention of chronic diseases. Annual Review of Public Health, 27: 341-370.

Brownson, R.C., Kreuter, M.W., Arrington, B.A., True, W.R. (2006). Translating scientific discoveries into public health action: How can schools of public health move us forward? Public Health Reports, 121(1): 97-103.

Cameron, G.T.; Greana, M. (2005). Functional foods: Delivering information to the oncology nurse. Journal of Nutrition, 135:1253-1255.

Haire-Joshu, D., Kreuter, M.W., Lukwago, S.N., Steger-May, K., Holt, C.L., Olevitch, L. (2004). Perception of fruit and vegetable intake in childhood and adult dietary behaviors in African Americans. Journal of Nutrition Behavior, 36(6): 309-314.

Haughton, L.T., Kreuter, M.W. (in press). Social environment and physical activity: a review of concepts and evidence. Social Science and Medicine.

Haughton, L.T., Kreuter, M.W., Hall, J., Holt, C.L., Wheetley, E. (2005). Digital divide and stability of access in African American women from urban public health centers. Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved,16: 363-375.

Haughton, L.T., Wyrwich, K.W., Brownson, R.C., Clark, E.M., Kreuter, M.W. (2006). Individual, social environmental, and physical environmental influences on physical activity among black and white adults: a structural equation analysis. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31(1): 36-44.

Hinyard, L.J., Kreuter, M.W. (in press). Using narrative communication as a tool for health behavior change: A conceptual, theoretical, and empirical overview. Health Education and Behavior.

Hoehner, D., Ivy, A., Ramirez, L., Meriwether, B., Brownson, C. (2006). How reliably do community members audit the neighborhood environment for its support of physical activity? Implications for participatory research. Public Health Reports, 121:97-103.

Holt, C.L., Haire-Joshu, D.L., Lukwago, S.N., Kelhoffer, L., Kreuter, M.W. (2005). The role of religiosity in dietary beliefs and behaviors among urban African American women. Cancer Control, 12: 84-90.

Kreuter, M.W., Black, W.J., Friend, L., Booker, A.C., Klump, M.P., Holt, C.L. (in press). Use of computer kiosks for breast cancer education in five community settings. Health Education and Behavior.

Kreuter, M.W., Haughton, L.T. (2006). Integrating culture into health information for African American women. American Behavioral Scientist, 49(6): 794-811.

Kreuter, M.W., Skinner, C.S., Holt, C.L., Clark, E.M., Haire-Joshu, D., Fu, Q., Booker, A., Steger-May, K., Bucholtz, D.C. (2005). Cultural tailoring for mammography and fruit and vegetable intake among low-income African American women in urban public health centers. Preventive Medicine, 41(1): 53-62.

Kreuter, M.W., Skinner, C.S., Steger-May, K., Holt, C.L., Bucholtz, D.C., Clark, E.M., Haire-Joshu, D. (2004). Response to behaviorally vs. culturally tailored cancer communication among African America women. American Journal of Health Behavior, 28(3): 195-207.

McMullen, K.M., Brownson, R.C., Luke, D.A., Chriqui, J. (2005). Strength of clean indoor air laws and smoking related outcomes in the United States. Tobacco Control,14: 43-48.

Rimer, B.K., Kreuter, M.W. (in press). Advancing tailored health communication: A persuasion and message effects perspective. Journal of Communication.

Stryker, J; Wray, R; Emmons, K; Winer, E; Demetri, G. (in press). Understanding the decisions of cancer clinical trial participants to enter research studies: Factors associated with decisionmaking, patient satisfaction, and decisional regret. Patient Education and Counseling.

Wiehagen, T., Caito, N., Sanders Thompson, V.L., Casey, C., Jupka, K., Weaver, N., Kreuter, M.W. (in press). Applying projective techniques to formative research in health communication development. Health Promotion Practice.

Wray, R., Jupka, K., Ludwig-Bell, C. (2005). A community wide-media campaign to promote walking in a Missouri town. Preventing Chronic Disease, 2:4.

Wray, RJ; Stryker, J; Winer, E; Demetri, G; Emmons K. (in press). Do cancer patients fully understand clinical trial participation? A pilot study to assess informed consent and patient expectations. Journal of Cancer Education.

University of Wisconsin

Gustafson, D.H. (2004). Needs assessment in cancer. In J. Lipscomb, C. C. Gotay, & C. F. Snyder (Editors), Conceptual Frameworks in Outcomes Assessment in Cancer, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Gustafson, D., McTavish, F., Stengle et al. (2005). Use and impact of eHealth systems by low-income women with breast cancer. Journal of Health Communication, 10, 195-218.

Gustafson, D., McTavish, F., Stengle et al. (2005). Reducing the digital divide for low-income women with breast cancer; a feasibility study of a population based intervention. Journal of Health Communication, 10, 173-193.

Gustafson, D.H., Wyatt, J. (2004). Evaluation of e-health systems and services: how much is enough? (Editorial). British Medical Journal, 328,1150.

Japuntich, S.J., Zehner, M.E., Smith, S.S., Jorenby, D.E., Valdez, J.A., Fiore, M.C., Baker, T.B. & Gustafson, D.H. (in press). Smoking cessation via the Internet: A randomized clinical trial of an Internet intervention as adjuvant treatment in a smoking cessation intervention. Nicotine & Tobacco Research.

Patten, C.A., Croghan, I.T., Meis, T.M., Decker, P.A., Pingree, S., Colligan, R.C., Dornelas, E.A., Offord, K.P., Boberg EW, Baumberger RK, Hurt RD, Gustafson DH. (in press). Randomized clinical trial of an Internet-based versus brief office intervention for adolescent smoking cessation. Patient Education and Counseling.

Pingree, S., Boberg, E. W., Patten, C., Offord, K., Gaie, M., Schensky, A., Gustafson, D. H., Dornelas, E., Ahluwalia, J. (2004). Helping adolescents quit smoking: a needs assessment of current and former teen smokers. Health Communication, 16(2), 185-194.

Shaw, B., Gustafson, D., Hawkins, R., McTavish, F., McDowell, H., Pingree, S., Ballard, D. (2006). How underserved breast cancer patients use and benefit from eHealth programs: Implications for closing the digital divide. American Behavioral Scientist, 49(6), 823-834.

Shaw, B, Han, J.Y., Hawkins, R.P., Stewart ,J., McTavish, F., Gustafson, D. (in press). Doctor-patient relationship as motivation and outcome: Examining uses of an interactive cancer communication system. International Journal of Medical Informatics.

Shaw, B., Hawkins, R., Arora, N., McTavish, F., Pingree, S., Gustafson, D. (2006). An exploratory study of predictors of participation in a computer support group for women with breast cancer. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing, 24(1), 18-27.

Shaw, B., Hawkins, R. P., McTavish, F., Pingree, S., Gustafson, D. (2006). Effects of insightful disclosure within computer mediated support groups on women with breast cancer. Health Communication, 19(2), 133-142.

Walther, J. B., Pingree, S., Hawkins, R. P., Buller, D. B. (2005). Attributes of interactive online health information systems. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 7(3), 1-10.

Ward, D., Staff, I., Ford, J., Salner, A. (2004). Descriptive study of breast cancer patients� patterns of use and satisfaction with the Internet-based information and support program CHESS (Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System). Oncology Nursing Forum, 31(2), 422.

Wen, K. Y., Gustafson, D. H. (2004). Needs assessment for cancer patients and their families. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 2-11.

Wise, M., Owens, B. H. (2004). At the margins of the research enterprise: What can adult education learn from an interdisciplinary eHealth research program? In M. Wise, & M. Glowacki-Dudka (Editors), Embracing and expanding the margins of adult education (pp. 77-86), San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.