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Chance York
Chance York
User Researcher @Mozilla | Former Tenured Associate Professor @Kent State
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News recommendations from social media opinion leaders: Effects on media trust and information seeking
J Turcotte, C York, J Irving, RM Scholl, RJ Pingree
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 20 (5), 520-535, 2015
7572015
Chance York, Jacob Irving, Rosanne M. Scholl, and Raymond J. Pingree, 2015.“News recommendations from social media opinion leaders: Effects on media trust and information seeking,”
J Turcotte
Journal of Computer–Mediated Communication 20 (5), 520-535, 0
84*
Youth antecedents to news media consumption: Parent and youth newspaper use, news discussion, and long-term news behavior
C York, RM Scholl
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 1077699015588191, 2015
832015
Overloaded by the news: Effects of news exposure and enjoyment on reporting information overload
C York
Communication Research Reports 30 (4), 282-292, 2013
732013
Vacationing from Facebook: Adoption, temporary discontinuance, and readoption of an innovation
C York, J Turcotte
Communication Research Reports 32 (1), 54-62, 2015
682015
Cultivating political incivility: Cable news, network news, and public perceptions
C York
Electronic News 7 (3), 107-125, 2013
412013
Effects of fact-checking political misinformation on perceptual accuracy and epistemic political efficacy
C York, JD Ponder, Z Humphries, C Goodall, M Beam, C Winters
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 1077699019890119, 2019
382019
A regression approach to testing genetic influence on communication behavior: Social media use as an example
C York
Computers in Human Behavior 73, 100-109, 2017
332017
Genetic influence on political discussion: Results from two twin studies
C York
Communication Monographs 86 (4), 438-456, 2019
162019
Is it top-down, trickle-up, or reciprocal?: Testing longitudinal relationships between youth news use and parent and peer political discussion
C York
Communication Studies 70 (4), 377-393, 2019
162019
Heavy childhood television use persists into young adulthood and is associated with increased BMI
C York
Obesity 24 (4), 924-928, 2016
92016
Heritability of affectionate communication: A twins study
K Floyd, C York, CD Ray
Communication Monographs 87 (4), 405-424, 2020
82020
Communication behaviors during presidential elections: An examination of time, events, and battleground states
JD Hmielowski, WF Kelvin, MJ Hutchens, DE Silva, MA Beam, ...
Public Opinion Quarterly 84 (S1), 309-331, 2020
82020
Exploring genetic contributions to news use motives and frequency of news consumption: A study of identical and fraternal twins
C York, P Haridakis
Mass Communication and Society, 2020
72020
Behavior Genetics and Twin Studies
C York
The Handbook of Communication Science and Biology, 6, 2020
5*2020
I approve this candidate: The strategic use of ad endorsements in the 2008 election
N Paul, C York
PS: Political Science & Politics 48 (04), 584-589, 2015
32015
Others,(2019), Emotional Contagion on Facebook: An Experiment Examining Facebook News Comments, Affective Response, and Posting Behavior
C York
annual meeting of the AEJMC, Sheraton Centre Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 2019
22019
Safer to steal than score: press coverage of financial and sexual scandals, and electoral outcomes
C York
Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2014
12014
" Communication behaviors during presidential elections: An examination of time, events, and battleground states": Erratum.
JD Hmielowski, WF Kelvin, MJ Hutchens, DE Silva, MA Beam, ...
Oxford University Press, 2020
2020
Predictors of youth voting: Parent-child relationships and young adult news use
RM Scholl, C York
Political Socialization in a Media-Saturated World, 181-194, 2016
2016
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