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PUBLICATIONS

Collier, J.R., Kim, Y.K., & Stroud, N.J. (2020). How news images influence clicking on subscription appeals. Journalism Practice.

Van Duyn, E., & Collier, J.R. (2019). Priming and fake news: The effects of elite discourse on evaluations of news media. Mass Communication & Society, 22(1): 29-48.

Collier, J.R. (forthcoming). Conservatives and misinformation. In S. Jarvis (Ed.) New agendas in communication: How right-wing media and messaging (re)made American politics. New York: Routledge.

Stroud, N.J. & Collier, J.R. (2018). Selective exposure and homophily during the 2016 Presidential Campaign. In B.H. Warner, D.G. Bystrom, M.S. McKinney, & M.C. Banwart (Eds.) An Unprecedented Election: Campaign Coverage, Communication, and Citizens Divided. Santa Monica: Praeger.

WHITE PAPERS

Masullo, G.M., Jennings, J.T., Collier, J.R., Muddiman, A., Murray, C., Chavez, G., Deaven, K., Deller, N., Gursky, J., Joseff, K., Wadman-Goetsch, E., Wilner, T. & Stroud, N.J. (2020, May). Covering coronavirus: How audience needs are changing and how newsroom coverage compares. Center for Media Engagement. https://mediaengagement.org/research/coronavirus-coverage-changes

Masullo, G.M., Collier, J.R. , Muddiman, A., Murray, C., Chavez, G., Deaven, K., Deller, N., Gursky, J., Jennings, J., Joseff, K., Wadman-Goetsch, E., Wilner, T., & Stroud, N.J. (2020). Covering coronavirus: A snapshot of the information people want and what newsrooms are reporting. The Center for Media Engagement. https://mediaengagement.org/research/coronavirus -reporting-snapshot

Collier, J.R. & Stroud, N.J. (2018). Using links to keep readers on news sites. Center for Media Engagement. Retrieved from https://mediaengagement.org/research/links/

Stroud, N.J., Kim, Y., & Collier, J.R. (2018). Subscription messages. Center for Media Engagement. Retrieved from https://mediaengagement.org/research/subscription-messages/

SELECT PRESENTATIONS

Kim, Y., Collier, J.R., & Stroud, N.J. (2020, August). How hyperpartisan memes drive a spiral of homophily on social media, and how to fix it. Paper presented at the American Political Science Association, Political Communication Preconference, Virtual Conference.

Collier, J.R., Fazio, L.K., & Pillai, R. (2020, June). Testing knowledge to battle misinformation: How quizzes can improve people’s memory of fact checks. Paper presented at the Seventh Global Fact-Checking Summit, Virtual Conference.

Collier, J.R. & Van Duyn, E. (2020, May). A different kind of backfire: Effects of labeling false content on perceptions of news. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Virtual Conference.

Stroud, N.J., Jennings, J.T., Collier, J.R., Tenorio, A., & Sterling, J. (2020, May). The effectiveness of fact check headlines on social media: Field experiments across four continents. Paper presented at the International Communication Association Conference, Virtual Conference.

Collier, J.R., Dunaway, J., & Stroud, N.J. (2019, Nov.) Pathways to deeper news engagement: Factors influencing click behaviors on news sites. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD.

Collier, J.R. (2019, Aug). Public concern for truth: Citizens’ interactions with fact-checked claims. Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting; Washington, D.C.

Collier, J.R. (2018, November). Incidental disengagement: Effects of negative elite coverage on public participation. Paper presented at the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research Annual Conference; Chicago, IL.

Collier, J.R. (2018, November). Accurate identification of news: Understanding the role of media literacy and public opinion. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Annual Conference, Political Communication Division; Salt Lake City, UT.

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