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Hannah Ball
Hannah Ball
Assistant Professor of Communication, Chapman University
Verified email at chapman.edu
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Why do some Americans resist COVID-19 prevention behavior? An analysis of issue importance, message fatigue, and reactance regarding COVID-19 messaging
H Ball, TR Wozniak
Health Communication 37 (14), 1812-1819, 2022
862022
Student civility in the college classroom: Exploring student use and effects of classroom citizenship behavior
SA Myers, ZW Goldman, J Atkinson, H Ball, ST Carton, MF Tindage, ...
Communication Education 65 (1), 64-82, 2016
602016
An experimental investigation of the antecedents and consequences of psychological reactance in the college classroom
H Ball, AK Goodboy
Communication Education 63 (3), 192-209, 2014
482014
Parent–child communication on Facebook: Family communication patterns and young adults' decisions to “friend” parents
H Ball, MB Wanzer, TJ Servoss
Communication Quarterly 61 (5), 615-629, 2013
352013
Differences in Information Seeking Among Organizational Peers: Perceptions of Appropriateness, Importance, and Frequency
SA Myers, GA Cranmer, ZW Goldman, M Sollitto, HG Gillen, H Ball
International Journal of Business Communication 55 (1), 30-43, 2018
252018
Managing Information about a Romantic Partner’s Relationship History: An Application of the Theory of Motivated Information Management
AL Lancaster, MR Dillow, H Ball, K Borchert, WJC Tyler
Southern Communication Journal 81 (2), 63-78, 2016
212016
The Rethink campaign to reduce the normalization of prescription stimulant misuse on college campuses
S LaBelle, H Ball, K Weber, A White, A Hendry
Communication Quarterly 68 (1), 1-28, 2020
142020
Extending psychological reactance theory to include denial of threat and media sharing intentions as freedom restoration behavior
NH McGuire, H Ball
Communication research reports 39 (3), 136-146, 2022
72022
College student goals in the context of prescription stimulant misuse: An application of goals–plans–action theory
S LaBelle, H Ball
Communication Quarterly 67 (1), 76-99, 2019
62019
Shot Talk: Development and Pilot Test of a Theory of Planned Behavior Campaign to Combat College Student COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy
H Ball, TR Wozniak, CM Kuchenbecker
Journal of Health Communication 28 (2), 82-90, 2023
52023
Family Caregiving Burden in Romantic Relationships: A Relational Turbulence Theory Analysis
JL Bevan, H Ball, T Urbanovich, E Craw
Communication Studies 72 (4), 652-667, 2021
42021
Applying Psychological Reactance Theory to Communication between Adult Child Caregivers and their Older Adult Parents
H Ball
West Virginia University, 2016
42016
Assessing College Student Use of Anti-citizenship Classroom Behavior: Types, Reasons, and Association with Learning Outcomes
SA Myers, ZW Goldman, H Ball, ST Carton, J Atkinson, MF Tindage, ...
Communication Teacher 29 (4), 234-251, 2015
32015
Mothers, Sons and Testicular Cancer: An Exploratory Investigation of Health Communication
SC Foster, N Graham, H Ball, MB Wanzer
Qualitative Research Reports in Communication 15 (1), 66-74, 2014
22014
Student intentions to engage instructors in mental health-related conversations: An application of the theory of planned behavior
A White, H Ball, S LaBelle
Journal of American College Health 72 (3), 914-922, 2024
12024
A mixed methodological examination of older adults’ psychological reactance toward caregiving messages from their adult children
H Ball, K Weber, AK Goodboy, CE Kunkle, CL Lilly, SA Myers
Communication Monographs 90 (2), 137-158, 2023
12023
Romantic Partner Interference and Psychological Reactance in the Context of Caregiving for an Aging Family Member
H Ball, JL Bevan, T Urbanovich, ES Craw
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 39 (3), 757-777, 2022
12022
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