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Michael D. Slater
Michael D. Slater
Social and Behavioral Science Distinguished Professor, School of Communication, Ohio State U.
Verified email at osu.edu
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Entertainment—education and elaboration likelihood: Understanding the processing of narrative persuasion
MD Slater, D Rouner
Communication theory 12 (2), 173-191, 2002
21942002
Reinforcing spirals: The mutual influence of media selectivity and media effects and their impact on individual behavior and social identity
MD Slater
Communication theory 17 (3), 281-303, 2007
14032007
Narrative communication in cancer prevention and control: A framework to guide research and application
MW Kreuter, MC Green, JN Cappella, MD Slater, ME Wise, D Storey, ...
Annals of behavioral medicine 33, 221-235, 2007
11542007
Brief measures of sensation seeking for screening and large-scale surveys
MT Stephenson, RH Hoyle, P Palmgreen, MD Slater
Drug and alcohol dependence 72 (3), 279-286, 2003
6992003
Effects of alcohol advertising exposure on drinking among youth
LB Snyder, FF Milici, M Slater, H Sun, Y Strizhakova
Archives of pediatrics & adolescent medicine 160 (1), 18-24, 2006
5622006
How message evaluation and source attributes may influence credibility assessment and belief change
MD Slater, D Rouner
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 73 (4), 974-991, 1996
5621996
Violent media content and aggressiveness in adolescents: A downward spiral model
MD Slater, KL Henry, RC Swaim, LL Anderson
Communication research 30 (6), 713-736, 2003
5492003
Entertainment education and the persuasive impact of narratives
MD Slater
Narrative impact, 157-181, 2003
5462003
Television dramas and support for controversial public policies: Effects and mechanisms
MD Slater, D Rouner, M Long
Journal of communication 56 (2), 235-252, 2006
4472006
Alienation, aggression, and sensation seeking as predictors of adolescent use of violent film, computer, and website content
MD Slater
Journal of communication 53 (1), 105-121, 2003
4252003
Theory and method in health audience segmentation
MD Slater
Journal of health communication 1 (3), 267-284, 1996
4141996
Operationalizing and analyzing exposure: The foundation of media effects research
MD Slater
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 81 (1), 168-183, 2004
3792004
Value-affirmative and value-protective processing of alcohol education messages that include statistical evidence or anecdotes
MD Slater, D Rouner
Communication Research 23 (2), 210-235, 1996
3651996
Reinforcing spirals model: Conceptualizing the relationship between media content exposure and the development and maintenance of attitudes
MD Slater
Media psychology 18 (3), 370-395, 2015
3562015
Integrating application of media effects, persuasion, and behavior change theories to communication campaigns: A stages-of-change framework
MD Slater
Health communication 11 (4), 335-354, 1999
2991999
Newspaper coverage of intimate partner violence: Skewing representations of risk
KE Carlyle, MD Slater, JL Chakroff
Journal of communication 58 (1), 168-186, 2008
2622008
Temporarily expanding the boundaries of the self: Motivations for entering the story world and implications for narrative effects
MD Slater, BK Johnson, J Cohen, MLG Comello, DR Ewoldsen
Journal of Communication 64 (3), 439-455, 2014
2582014
Health lifestyles: Audience segmentation analysis for public health interventions
MD Slater, JA Flora
Health education quarterly 18 (2), 221-233, 1991
2361991
Self-transcendent media experiences: Taking meaningful media to a higher level
MB Oliver, AA Raney, MD Slater, M Appel, T Hartmann, A Bartsch, ...
Journal of Communication 68 (2), 380-389, 2018
2312018
Race and ethnic representations of lawbreakers and victims in crime news: A national study of television coverage
EES Bjornstrom, RL Kaufman, RD Peterson, MD Slater
Social problems 57 (2), 269-293, 2010
2222010
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