Amelia Jamison
Amelia Jamison
Doctoral Student, John's Hopkins University
Verified email at jhmi.edu
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Weaponized health communication: Twitter bots and Russian trolls amplify the vaccine debate
DA Broniatowski, AM Jamison, SH Qi, L AlKulaib, T Chen, A Benton, ...
American journal of public health 108 (10), 1378-1384, 2018
5962018
“You don't trust a government vaccine”: Narratives of institutional trust and influenza vaccination among African American and white adults
AM Jamison, SC Quinn, VS Freimuth
Social Science & Medicine 221, 87-94, 2019
1002019
Exploring racial influences on flu vaccine attitudes and behavior: Results of a national survey of White and African American adults
SC Quinn, A Jamison, VS Freimuth, J An, GR Hancock, D Musa
Vaccine 35 (8), 1167-1174, 2017
1002017
Place-based perceptions of the impacts of fracking along the Marcellus Shale
T Sangaramoorthy, AM Jamison, MD Boyle, DC Payne-Sturges, ...
Social Science & Medicine 151, 27-37, 2016
992016
Determinants of trust in the flu vaccine for African Americans and Whites
VS Freimuth, AM Jamison, J An, GR Hancock, SC Quinn
Social science & medicine 193, 70-79, 2017
802017
Measuring vaccine hesitancy, confidence, trust and flu vaccine uptake: results of a national survey of White and African American adults
SC Quinn, AM Jamison, J An, GR Hancock, VS Freimuth
Vaccine 37 (9), 1168-1173, 2019
732019
Intersectional stigma among midlife and older Black women living with HIV
T Sangaramoorthy, A Jamison, T Dyer
Culture, health & sexuality 19 (12), 1329-1343, 2017
632017
Malicious actors on Twitter: A guide for public health researchers
AM Jamison, DA Broniatowski, SC Quinn
American journal of public health 109 (5), 688-692, 2019
572019
Exploring the continuum of vaccine hesitancy between African American and white adults: results of a qualitative study
S Quinn, A Jamison, D Musa, K Hilyard, V Freimuth
PLoS currents 8, 2016
552016
Determinants of influenza vaccination among high-risk Black and White adults
SC Quinn, AM Jamison, VS Freimuth, J An, GR Hancock
Vaccine 35 (51), 7154-7159, 2017
482017
HIV stigma, retention in care, and adherence among older black women living with HIV
T Sangaramoorthy, AM Jamison, TV Dyer
Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care 28 (4), 518-531, 2017
462017
Vaccine-related advertising in the Facebook ad archive
AM Jamison, DA Broniatowski, M Dredze, Z Wood-Doughty, DA Khan, ...
Vaccine 38 (3), 512-520, 2020
442020
Social media use and influenza vaccine uptake among White and African American adults
N Ahmed, SC Quinn, GR Hancock, VS Freimuth, A Jamison
Vaccine 36 (49), 7556-7561, 2018
422018
Breaking down the monolith: understanding flu vaccine uptake among African Americans
SC Quinn, A Jamison, J An, VS Freimuth, GR Hancock, D Musa
SSM-population health 4, 25-36, 2018
372018
The role of risk perception in flu vaccine behavior among african‐american and white adults in the united states
VS Freimuth, A Jamison, G Hancock, D Musa, K Hilyard, SC Quinn
Risk Analysis 37 (11), 2150-2163, 2017
332017
The influence of social norms on flu vaccination among African American and White adults
SC Quinn, KM Hilyard, AM Jamison, J An, GR Hancock, D Musa, ...
Health education research 32 (6), 473-486, 2017
302017
Characterizing trends in human papillomavirus vaccine discourse on reddit (2007-2015): an observational study
Y Lama, D Hu, A Jamison, SC Quinn, DA Broniatowski
JMIR public health and surveillance 5 (1), e12480, 2019
272019
Not just conspiracy theories: Vaccine opponents and proponents add to the COVID-19 ‘infodemic’on Twitter
AM Jamison, DA Broniatowski, M Dredze, A Sangraula, MC Smith, ...
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (3), 2020
262020
Communicating effectively about emergency use authorization and vaccines in the COVID-19 pandemic
SC Quinn, AM Jamison, V Freimuth
American Journal of Public Health 111 (3), 355-358, 2020
172020
Discordance between human papillomavirus Twitter images and disparities in human papillomavirus risk and disease in the United States: mixed-methods analysis
Y Lama, T Chen, M Dredze, A Jamison, SC Quinn, DA Broniatowski
Journal of medical Internet research 20 (9), e10244, 2018
152018
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