Austin Y. Hubner
Austin Y. Hubner
Assistant Professor, University of Louisville
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How did we get here? A framing and source analysis of early COVID-19 media coverage
A Hubner
Communication Research Reports 38 (2), 112-120, 2021
Understanding risk information seeking and processing during an infectious disease outbreak: The case of Zika virus
AY Hubner, SR Hovick
Risk analysis 40 (6), 1212-1225, 2020
Neutralizing the effect of political worldviews by communicating scientific agreement: A thought-listing study
G Dixon, A Hubner
Science Communication 40 (3), 393-415, 2018
The impact of web-based ratings on patient choice of a primary care physician versus a specialist: randomized controlled experiment
S Li, A Hubner
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (6), e11188, 2019
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
I am a scientist... Ask Me Anything: Examining differences between male and female scientists participating in a Reddit AMA session
AY Hubner, R Bond
Public Understanding of Science 31 (4), 458-472, 2022
How are competitive framing environments transformed by person-to-person communication? An integrated social transmission, content analysis, and eye movement monitoring approach
JC Coronel, JM Ott, A Hubner, MD Sweitzer, S Lerner
Communication Research 50 (1), 3-29, 2023
Down to ar/science: Integrating Computational Approaches to the Study of Credibility on Reddit
A Hubner, J McKnight, M Sweitzer, R Bond
Computational Communication Research 3 (1), 91-115, 2021
Is news media sharing an active framing process? Examining whether individual tweets retain news media frames about climate change
A Hubner, G Dixon
Human Communication Research 49 (1), 75-84, 2023
I Am a Scientist... Ask Me Anything: explicating the role of past behavioral attitudes on scientists' future public engagement intentions
AY Hubner, R Bond
Journal of Science Communication 21 (7), A02, 2022
Does the Label Matter? Examining the Effects of “Vaccine Passport” Versus “Vaccine Verification” on Subsequent Audience Frames and Policy Attitudes
AY Hubner, G Dixon
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 35 (4), edad039, 2023
The invisible frontline of the COVID-19 pandemic: Examining sourcing and the underrepresentation of female expertise in pandemic news coverage
AY Hubner
Public Understanding of Science 32 (8), 1021-1032, 2023
Mapping the Media Genome: An Unsupervised Machine Learning Analysis of News Framing of Direct-To-Consumer Genetic Testing Kits
CM Dobmeier, Y Ophir, D Walter, AY Hubner
Mass Communication and Society, 1-25, 2023
To reframe or retain news media frames? Examining news media reframing on social media and its effects on science-related attitudes
AY Hubner
The Ohio State University, 2022
Can expertise survive? Examining the effects of social transmission on scientific messages
A Hubner
Let's talk about science: The effects of memory on the social transmission of science
AY Hubner
The Ohio State University, 2018
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