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Vol 10, No 4 (2012): July/August Public disaster mental/behavioral health communication: Intervention across disaster phases Abstract
J. Brian Houston, PhD
 
Vol 6, No 2 (2008): March/April Crisis preparation, media use, and information seeking: Patterns across Katrina evacuees and lessons learned for crisis communication Abstract
Patric R. Spence, PhD, Kenneth A. Lachlan, PhD, Jennifer A. Burke, PhD
 
Vol 7, No 4 (2009): July/August Emergency communication: A framework for planning and targeting messages Abstract
Kenneth A. Lachlan, PhD, Patric R. Spence, PhD
 
Vol 15, No 5 (2017): September/October Twitter weather warnings: Communicating risk in 140 characters—the impact of imperative and declarative message style on weather risk perception and behavioral intentions Abstract
Adam M. Rainear, MA, Kenneth A. Lachlan, PhD, Patric R. Spence, PhD
 
Vol 15, No 1 (2017): January/February Risk perception and perceived self-efficacy of deaf and hard-of-hearing seniors and young adults in emergencies Abstract
Alina Engelman, DrPH, MPH, Susan L. Ivey, MD, MHSA, Winston Tseng, PhD, Linda Neuhauser, DrPH, MPH
 
Vol 7, No 5 (2009): September/October Risk communication with nurses during infectious disease outbreaks: Learning from SARS Abstract
Eileen O’Connor, PhD, Tracey O’Sullivan, PhD, Carol Amaratunga, PhD, Patricia Thille BSc (PT), PhD (Student), Karen P. Phillips, PhD, Michelle Carter, MSc, Louise Lemyre, PhD, FRSC
 
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