Rachel L. Bailey
Rachel L. Bailey
Associate Professor of Communication, Florida State University
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How avatar customizability affects children's arousal and subjective presence during junk food–sponsored online video games
R Bailey, K Wise, P Bolls
CyberPsychology & Behavior 12 (3), 277-283, 2009
Understanding information selection and encoding from a dynamic, energy saving, evolved, embodied, embedded perspective
A Lang, RL Bailey
Human Communication Research 41 (1), 1-20, 2015
Processing food advertisements: Initial biological responses matter
RL Bailey
Communication Monographs 82 (1), 163-178, 2015
Contextual determinants of observed negative emotional states in police–community interactions
DA Makin, DW Willits, W Koslicki, R Brooks, BJ Dietrich, RL Bailey
Criminal justice and behavior 46 (2), 301-318, 2019
Effects of emotional tone and visual complexity on processing health information in prescription drug advertising
RL Norris, RL Bailey, PD Bolls, KR Wise
Health Communication 27 (1), 42-48, 2012
Conceptualizing audio message complexity as available processing resources
A Lang, Y Gao, RF Potter, S Lee, B Park, RL Bailey
Communication Research 42 (6), 759-778, 2015
Encoding systems and evolved message processing: Pictures enable action, words enable thinking
A Lang, RL Bailey, SR Connolly
Media and Communication 3 (1), 34-43, 2015
Smoking status matters: A direct comparison of smokers’ and nonsmokers’ psychophysiological and self-report responses to secondhand smoke anti-tobacco PSAs
RB Clayton, JR Keene, G Leshner, A Lang, RL Bailey
Health Communication 35 (8), 925-934, 2020
Influencing eating choices: biological food cues in advertising and packaging alter trajectories of decision making and behavior
RL Bailey
Health communication 32 (10), 1183-1191, 2017
Modern foraging: Presence of food and energy density influence motivational processing of food advertisements
RL Bailey
Appetite 107, 568-574, 2016
Clash of the primary motivations: Motivated processing of emotionally experienced content in fear appeals about obesity prevention
RL Bailey, T Wang, CK Kaiser
Health communication 33 (2), 111-121, 2018
Electrodermal activity (EDA)
RL Bailey
The international encyclopedia of communication research methods, 1-15, 2017
Investigating the effect of use and social cues in food advertisements on attention, feelings of social support, and purchase intention
J Liu, RL Bailey
Health Communication 35 (13), 1614-1622, 2020
Effects of substance cues in negative public service announcements on cognitive processing
J Liu, RL Bailey
Health communication 34 (9), 964-974, 2019
Food as risk: How eating habits and food knowledge affect reactivity to pictures of junk and healthy foods
NS Yegiyan, RL Bailey
Health communication 31 (5), 635-642, 2016
The influence of message and audience characteristics on TV news grazing behavior
RL Bailey, JR Fox, ME Grabe
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 57 (3), 318-337, 2013
Child-centered nutrition phrases plus repeated exposure increase preschoolers’ consumption of healthful foods, but not liking or willingness to try
J Lanigan, R Bailey, AMT Jackson, V Shea
Journal of nutrition education and behavior 51 (5), 519-527, 2019
A comparative analysis of dynamic and static indicators of parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system activation during TV viewing
KJ Koruth, A Lang, RF Potter, RL Bailey
Communication Methods and Measures 9 (1-2), 78-100, 2015
Healthy food identification: Food cues and claims affect speeded and thoughtful evaluations of food
R Bailey, A Muldrow
Health communication 34 (7), 735-746, 2019
Camera point-of-view exacerbates racial bias in viewers of police use of force videos
RL Bailey, GL Read, YJH Yan, J Liu, DA Makin, D Willits
Journal of Communication 71 (2), 246-275, 2021
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