Article in Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association
Ph.D. student Lynne Cotter and Professor Sijia Yang published a paper titled "Are interactive and tailored data visualizations effective in promoting flu vaccination among the elderly? Evidence from a randomized experiment" in the Journal of American Medical Informatics Association. The paper details a study that tested how interactivity and descriptive titles may influence perceived susceptibility to the flu, intention to vaccinate, and information recall, particularly among older adults. Read the full article.
Article in Journal of Health Communication
Alum Fan ("Ellie") Yang (Ph.D.'22) and Professor Sijia Yang published a paper in the Journal of Health Communication titled "Effects of Moral Frames Within Vaping Prevention Messages on Current smokers’ Support for Electronic Cigarette Regulations." The paper explores the effects of moral frames on current adult smokers’ support for vape-free policies and marketing restrictions. Read the full article.