Olivia M. Bullock
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Jargon as a barrier to effective science communication: Evidence from metacognition
OM Bullock, D Colón Amill, HC Shulman, GN Dixon
Public Understanding of Science 28 (7), 845-853, 2019
The effects of jargon on processing fluency, self-perceptions, and scientific engagement
HC Shulman, GN Dixon, OM Bullock, D Colón Amill
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 39 (5-6), 579-597, 2020
Unintended effects of emphasizing the role of climate change in recent natural disasters
G Dixon, O Bullock, D Adams
Environmental Communication 13 (2), 135-143, 2019
Don’t dumb it down: The effects of jargon in COVID-19 crisis communication
HC Shulman, OM Bullock
PLoS One 15 (10), e0239524, 2020
Narratives Are Persuasive Because They Are Easier to Understand: Examining Processing Fluency as a Mechanism of Narrative Persuasion
OM Bullock, HC Shulman, R Huskey
Frontiers in Communication, 188, 0
Utilizing framing theory to design more effective health messages about tanning behavior among college women
OM Bullock, HC Shulman
Communication Studies 72 (3), 319-332, 2021
Using metacognitive cues to amplify message content: A new direction in strategic communication
HC Shulman, OM Bullock
Annals of the International Communication Association 43 (1), 24-39, 2019
The interplay of jargon, motivation, and fatigue while processing COVID-19 crisis communication over time
HC Shulman, OM Bullock, EE Riggs
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 40 (5-6), 546-573, 2021
Candidates’ use of informal communication on social media reduces credibility and support: Examining the consequences of expectancy violations
OM Bullock, AY Hubner
Communication Research Reports 37 (3), 87-98, 2020
Listening during political conversations: Traits and situations
WP Eveland Jr, KD Coduto, O Appiah, OM Bullock
Political Communication 37 (5), 656-677, 2020
Why we can’t talk openly about race: The impact of race and partisanship on respondents’ perceptions of intergroup conversations
O Appiah, W Eveland Jr, O Bullock, K Coduto
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 25 (2), 434-452, 2022
Predicting Vote Choice and Election Outcomes from Ballot Wording: The Role of Processing Fluency in Low Information Direct Democracy Elections
HC Shulman, MD Sweitzer, OM Bullock, JC Coronel, RM Bond, S Poulsen
Political Communication 39 (5), 652-673, 2022
How communicating about discrimination influences attributions of blame and condemnation
DC DeAndrea, OM Bullock
Human Communication Research 48 (1), 31-56, 2022
Eye movements predict large-scale voting decisions
JC Coronel, OM Bullock, HC Shulman, MD Sweitzer, RM Bond, S Poulsen
Psychological Science 32 (6), 836-848, 2021
“I’m Just Going to Stay Out of the Way”: How Perceived Information Gathering Capacity Influenced Risk Information Seeking and Processing During the COVID-19 Pandemic
O Bullock
Western Journal of Communication, 1-17, 2023
Political information search in “noisy” online environments: Insights from an experiment examining older and younger adults’ searches on smartphones and laptops
RC Moore, JC Coronel, OM Bullock, S Lerner, MP Sheehan
Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 1-18, 2023
Message Design to Facilitate Information Processing and Persuasion for Natural Disaster Preparedness
OM Bullock
The Ohio State University, 2022
OM Bullock, HC Shulman
The International Encyclopedia of Media Psychology, 2020
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