Information Overload

Example publications:

Jensen, J. D., Ratcliff, C. L., Yale, R. N., Krakow, M., Scherr, C. L., & Yeo, S. K. (2018). Persuasive impact of loss and gain frames on intentions to exercise: A test of six moderators. Communication Monographs, 85(2), 245-262.

Jensen, J. D., Liu, M., Carcioppolo, N., John, K. K., Krakow, M., & Sun, Y. (2017). Health information seeking and scanning among U.S. adults 50 – 75: Testing a key postulate of the information overload model. Health Informatics Journal, 23(2), 96-108.

Chae, J., Lee, C-J., & Jensen, J. D. (2016). Correlates of cancer information overload: Focusing on individual ability and motivation. Health Communication, 31(5), 626-234.

Jensen, J. D., King, A. J., Carcioppolo, N., Krakow, M., Samadder, N. J., & Morgan, S. E. (2014). Comparing tailored and narrative worksite interventions at increasing colonoscopy adherence in adults 50 – 75: A randomized controlled trial. Social Science & Medicine, 104, 31-40. [click here for the Perceived Message Relevance scale] (2015 Golden Anniversary Monograph Award

Jensen, J. D., Carcioppolo, N., King, A. J., Scherr, C. L., Jones, C. L., & Niederdeppe, J. (2014). The cancer information overload (CIO) scale: Establishing predictive and discriminant validity. Patient Education & Counseling, 94, 90-96. [click here for the CIO scale]