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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 56, Supplement 1, August 2006

The Role of Theory in Developing Effective Health Communications
pp. S1-S17(17)
Authors: Fishbein, Martin; Cappella, Joseph N.

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Persuasion According to the Unimodel: Implications for Cancer Communication
pp. S105-S122(18)
Authors: Kruglanski, Arie W.; Chen, Xiaoyan; Pierro, Antonio; Mannetti, Lucia; Erb, Hans-Peter; Spiegel, Scott

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The Persuasive Influence of Emotion in Cancer Prevention and Detection Messages
pp. S123-S139(17)
Authors: Dillard, James Price; Nabi, Robin L.

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The Functions of Affect in Health Communications and in the Construction of Health Preferences
pp. S140-S162(23)
Authors: Peters, Ellen; Lipkus, Isaac; Diefenbach, Michael A.

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Narratives and Cancer Communication
pp. S163-S183(21)
Author: Green, Melanie C.

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The Effects of Beliefs About the Health Consequences of Cigarette Smoking on Smoking Onset
pp. S18-S37(20)
Authors: Krosnick, Jon A.; Chang, LinChiat; Sherman, Steven J.; Chassin, Laurie; Presson, Clark

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Advancing Tailored Health Communication: A Persuasion and Message Effects Perspective
pp. S184-S201(18)
Authors: Rimer, Barbara K.; Kreuter, Matthew W.

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The Strategic Use of Gain- and Loss-Framed Messages to Promote Healthy Behavior: How Theory Can Inform Practice
pp. S202-S220(19)
Authors: Rothman, Alexander J.; Bartels, Roger D.; Wlaschin, Jhon; Salovey, Peter

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Exemplification Effects in the Promotion of Safety and Health
pp. S221-S237(17)
Author: Zillmann, Dolf

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