Heather Akin
Heather Akin
University of Nebraska, Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Agricultural Leadership
Verified email at unl.edu
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Science news consumption patterns and their implications for public understanding of science
LYF Su, H Akin, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 92 (3), 597-616, 2015
Partisan evaluation of partisan information
AC Gunther, S Edgerly, H Akin, JA Broesch
Communication Research 39 (4), 439-457, 2012
Modifying perceptions of hostility and credibility of news coverage of an environmental controversy through media literacy
EK Vraga, M Tully, H Akin, H Rojas
Journalism 13 (7), 942-959, 2012
How do US state residents form opinions about ‘fracking’in social contexts? A multilevel analysis
EL Howell, N Li, H Akin, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos, D Brossard
Energy Policy 106, 345-355, 2017
Processing the papal encyclical through perceptual filters: Pope Francis, identity-protective cognition, and climate change concern
AR Landrum, RB Lull, H Akin, A Hasell, KH Jamieson
Cognition 166, 1-12, 2017
Overview of the science of science communication
H Akin, DA Scheufele
The Oxford handbook of the science of science communication, 25-33, 2017
The influence of weight-of-evidence strategies on audience perceptions of (un) certainty when media cover contested science
PA Kohl, SY Kim, Y Peng, H Akin, EJ Koh, A Howell, S Dunwoody
Public Understanding of Science 25 (8), 976-991, 2016
Mapping the landscape of public attitudes on synthetic biology
H Akin, KM Rose, DA Scheufele, M Simis-Wilkinson, D Brossard, ...
BioScience 67 (3), 290-300, 2017
Tweeting disaster: An analysis of online discourse about nuclear power in the wake of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident
N Li, H Akin, LYF Su, D Brossard, M Xenos, DA Scheufele
Journal of Science Communication 15 (5), A02, 2016
Are attitudes toward labeling nano products linked to attitudes toward GMO? Exploring a potential ‘spillover’effect for attitudes toward controversial technologies
H Akin, SK Yeo, CD Wirz, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, MA Xenos, ...
Journal of Responsible Innovation 6 (1), 50-74, 2019
The role of conspiracy mentality in denial of science and susceptibility to viral deception about science
AR Landrum, A Olshansky
Politics and the Life Sciences 38 (2), 193-209, 2019
A recap: Heuristics, biases, values, and other challenges to communicating science
H Akin, A Landrum
The Oxford Handbook of the Science of Science Communication 455, 460, 2017
Measuring Interest in Science: The Science Curiosity Scale.
A Landrum, J Hilgard, H Akin, N Li, D Kahan
CogSci, 2016
Open and transparent research practices and public perceptions of the trustworthiness of agricultural biotechnology organizations
AR Landrum, J Hilgard, RB Lull, H Akin, K Hall Jamieson
Journal of Science Communication 17 (2), A04, 2018
Making it about morals: Pope Francis shifts the climate change debate
A Landrum, R Lull, H Akin, KH Jamieson
Available at SSRN 2997490, 2016
Presidential debates: What’s behind the numbers
KH Jamieson, J Holz, H Akin
University of Pennsylvania: Annenberg Public Policy Center, 2016
Countering Identity-protective Responses to Climate Change Data
H Akin, BW Hardy, KH Jamieson
Environmental Communication 14 (8), 1111-1126, 2020
In the eye of the beholder: How news media exposure and audience schema affect the image of the United States among the Chinese public
TKF Fung, W Yan, H Akin
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 30 (3), 443-472, 2018
Selective perception of novel science: how definitions affect information processing about nanotechnology
J Kim, H Akin, D Brossard, M Xenos, DA Scheufele
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 19 (5), 167, 2017
Modeling risk perceptions, benefit perceptions, and approval of releasing genetically engineered mosquitoes as a response to Zika virus
RB Lull, H Akin, WK Hallman, D Brossard, KH Jamieson
Environmental Communication 14 (7), 933-953, 2020
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