Hillary C. Shulman
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Self-generated versus other-generated statements and impressions in computer-mediated communication: A test of warranting theory using Facebook
JB Walther, B Van Der Heide, LM Hamel, HC Shulman
Communication research 36 (2), 229-253, 2009
Sender demeanor: Individual differences in sender believability have a powerful impact on deception detection judgments
TR Levine, KB Serota, H Shulman, DD Clare, HS Park, AS Shaw, JC Shim, ...
Human Communication Research 37 (3), 377-403, 2011
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
Increasing deception detection accuracy with strategic questioning
TR Levine, A Shaw, HC Shulman
Human Communication Research 36 (2), 216-231, 2010
Testing the effects of social norms and behavioral privacy on hand washing: A field experiment
MK Lapinski, EK Maloney, M Braz, HC Shulman
Human Communication Research 39 (1), 21-46, 2013
Changing norms: A meta-analytic integration of research on social norms appeals
N Rhodes, HC Shulman, N McClaran
Human Communication Research 46 (2-3), 161-191, 2020
The state of the field of social norms research
HC Shulman, N Rhodes, E Davidson, R Ralston, L Borghetti, L Morr
International Journal of Communication 11, 22, 2017
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
The Impact of Lie to Me on Viewers’ Actual Ability to Detect Deception
TR Levine, KB Serota, HC Shulman
Communication research 37 (6), 847-856, 2010
The relationship between cheating behavior and sensation-seeking
DC DeAndrea, C Carpenter, H Shulman, TR Levine
Personality and Individual Differences 47 (8), 944-947, 2009
Social ostracism in task groups: The effects of group composition
GM Wittenbaum, HC Shulman, ME Braz
Small Group Research 41 (3), 330-353, 2010
Advancing framing theory: Designing an equivalency frame to improve political information processing
HC Shulman, MD Sweitzer
Human Communication Research 44 (2), 155-175, 2018
Exploring social norms as a group-level phenomenon: Do political participation norms exist and influence political participation on college campuses?
HC Shulman, TR Levine
Journal of Communication 62 (3), 532-552, 2012
Predicting success: Revisiting assumptions about family political socialization
HC Shulman, DC DeAndrea
Communication Monographs 81 (3), 386-406, 2014
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, 2021
Tuning in to the RTLM: Tracking the evolution of language alongside the Rwandan genocide using social identity theory
B Roozen, HC Shulman
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 33 (2), 165-182, 2014
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
Varying metacognition through public opinion questions: How language can affect political engagement
HC Shulman, MD Sweitzer
Journal of Language and Social Psychology 37 (2), 224-237, 2018
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
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