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Meng Li
Meng Li
Department of Health and Behavioral Sciences, University of Colorado Denver
Verified email at ucdenver.edu
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Medical decision making
M Li, GB Chapman
The Wiley Encyclopedia of Health Psychology, 347-353, 2020
18332020
The dynamics of risk perceptions and precautionary behavior in response to 2009 (H1N1) pandemic influenza
Y Ibuka, GB Chapman, LA Meyers, M Li, AP Galvani
BMC infectious diseases 10 (1), 1-11, 2010
2992010
Opting in vs opting out of influenza vaccination
GB Chapman, M Li, H Colby, H Yoon
Jama 304 (1), 43-44, 2010
2462010
Free-riding behavior in vaccination decisions: an experimental study
Y Ibuka, M Li, J Vietri, G Chapman, A Galvani
PLOS one 9 (1), e87164, 2014
1182014
Vaccinating to help ourselves and others
JT Vietri, M Li, AP Galvani, GB Chapman
Medical Decision Making 32 (3), 447-458, 2012
1142012
Using game theory to examine incentives in influenza vaccination behavior
GB Chapman, M Li, J Vietri, Y Ibuka, D Thomas, H Yoon, AP Galvani
Psychological science 23 (9), 1008-1015, 2012
992012
Nudge to health: Harnessing decision research to promote health behavior
M Li, GB Chapman
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 7 (3), 187-198, 2013
862013
Why do people like natural? Instrumental and ideational bases for the naturalness preference
M Li, GB Chapman
Journal of Applied Social Psychology 42 (12), 2859-2878, 2012
802012
Stimulating influenza vaccination via prosocial motives
M Li, EG Taylor, KE Atkins, GB Chapman, AP Galvani
PloS one 11 (7), e0159780, 2016
602016
How do people value life?
M Li, J Vietri, AP Galvani, GB Chapman
Psychological Science 21 (2), 163-167, 2010
532010
Adherence to cervical screening in the era of human papillomavirus vaccination: how low is too low?
CT Bauch, M Li, G Chapman, AP Galvani
The Lancet Infectious Diseases 10 (2), 133-137, 2010
362010
“100% of anything looks good”: The appeal of one hundred percent
M Li, GB Chapman
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 16 (1), 156-162, 2009
342009
Default clinic appointments promote influenza vaccination uptake without a displacement effect
GB Chapman, M Li, H Leventhal, EA Leventhal
Behavioral Science & Policy 2 (2), 40-50, 2016
312016
RETRACTED: The Decoy Effect as a Nudge: Boosting Hand Hygiene With a Worse Option
M Li, Y Sun, H Chen
Psychological science 30 (1), 139-149, 2019
222019
Who got vaccinated against H1N1 pandemic influenza?–A longitudinal study in four US cities
M Li, GB Chapman, Y Ibuka, LA Meyers, A Galvani
Psychology & Health 27 (1), 101-115, 2012
212012
Cross-cultural household influence on vaccination decisions
E Taylor, KE Atkins, J Medlock, M Li, GB Chapman, AP Galvani
Medical Decision Making 36 (7), 844-853, 2016
202016
Association of plate design with consumption of fruits and vegetables among preschool children
EM Melnick, M Li
JAMA pediatrics 172 (10), 982-983, 2018
122018
A big fish or a small pond? Framing effects in percentages
M Li, GB Chapman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 122 (2), 190-199, 2013
112013
Dodging dietary defaults: choosing away from healthy nudges
H Colby, M Li, G Chapman
Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes 161, 50-60, 2020
92020
Preferences for HPV vaccination in parent-child dyads: Similarities and acknowledged differences.
JT Vietri, GB Chapman, M Li, AP Galvani
Preventive Medicine 52 (5), 405-406, 2011
92011
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