Erin Willis
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Media Literacy and News Credibility: Does knowledge of media ownership increase skepticism in news consumers?
S Ashley, M Poepsel, E Willis
Journal of Media Literacy Education 2 (1), 3, 2010
“Willing but unwilling”: attitudinal barriers to adoption of home-based health information technology among older adults
R Young, E Willis, G Cameron, M Geana
Health informatics journal 20 (2), 127-135, 2014
Online health communities and chronic disease self-management
E Willis, MB Royne
Health communication 32 (3), 269-278, 2017
Patients’ self-efficacy within online health communities: facilitating chronic disease self-management behaviors through peer education
E Willis
Health Communication 31 (3), 299-307, 2016
The making of expert patients: the role of online health communities in arthritis self-management
E Willis
Journal of health psychology 19 (12), 1613-1625, 2014
Up in vapor: Exploring the health messages of e-cigarette advertisements
E Willis, MJ Haught, DL Morris II
Health Communication 32 (3), 372-380, 2017
Mourning and grief on Facebook: An examination of motivations for interacting with the deceased
E Willis, P Ferrucci
OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying 76 (2), 122-140, 2017
What are Americans seeing? Examining the message frames of local television health news stories
H Lee, YA Lee, SA Park, E Willis, GT Cameron
Health communication 28 (8), 846-852, 2013
Health consciousness or familiarity with supplement advertising: What drives attitudes toward dietary supplements?
E Willis, MR Stafford
International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Marketing, 2016
Localized health news releases and community newspapers: a method for rural health promotion
R Young, E Willis, J Stemmle, S Rodgers
Health promotion practice 16 (4), 492-500, 2015
The Needle and the Damage Done: Framing the Heroin Epidemic in the Cincinnati Enquirer
E Willis, C Painter
Health communication 34 (6), 661-671, 2019
Blogging the brand: Meaning transfer and the case of Weight Watchers’ online community
E Willis, Y Wang
Journal of Brand Management 23 (4), 457-471, 2016
Supporting self-efficacy through interactive discussion in online communities of weight loss
Y Wang, E Willis
Journal of health psychology 23 (10), 1309-1320, 2018
Examining theory-based behavior-change constructs, social interaction, and sociability features of the Weight Watchers’ online community
Y Wang, E Willis
Health Education & Behavior 43 (6), 656-664, 2016
Characterizing the (perceived) newsworthiness of health science articles: A data-driven approach
Y Zhang, E Willis, MJ Paul, N Elhadad, BC Wallace
JMIR medical informatics 4 (3), e27, 2016
Consumer insights from peer-to-peer communication in an online health community of weight management
Y Wang, E Willis, S Rodgers
Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 18 (2), 143-156, 2014
Race prominent feature in coverage of Trayvon Martin
E Willis, C Painter
Newspaper Research Journal 37 (2), 180-195, 2016
Online health communities and health literacy: Applying a framework for understanding domains of health literacy
E Willis, Y Wang, S & Rodgers
E-health communities and online self-help groups: Applications and usage, pp …, 2011
If Everyone Is Doing It, It Must Be Safe: College Students’ Development of Attitudes toward Poly-Substance Use
E Willis, R Adams, J Keene
Substance use & misuse 54 (11), 1886-1893, 2019
Applying the health belief model to medication adherence: The role of online health communities and peer reviews
E Willis
Journal of health communication 23 (8), 743-750, 2018
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