John, K. K., Jensen, J. D., King, A. J., Pokharel, M., & Grossman, D. (2018). Emerging applications of eye-tracking technology in dermatology. Journal of Dermatological Science, 91(2), 117-123.
John, K. K., Jensen, J. D., King, A. J., Ratcliff, C. L., & Grossman, D. (2017). Do pattern-focused visuals improve skin self-examination performance? Explicating the visual skill acquisition model (VSAM). Journal of Health Communication, 22(9), 732-742.
King, A. J., Carcioppolo, N., Grossman, D., John, K. K., & Jensen, J. D. (2015). A randomised test of skin self-examination techniques: ABCDE, ugly duckling sign, and variations in visual image dose. Health Education Journal, 74(6), 732-742.
King, A. J., Jensen, J. D., Davis, L. A., & Carcioppolo, N. (2014). Perceived visual informativeness (PVI): Construct and scale development to assess visual health information in printed materials. Journal of Health Communication, 19, 1099-1115. [click here for the PVI scale]
King, A. J., Gehl, R. W., Grossman, D., & Jensen, J. D. (2013). Skin self-examinations and visual identification of atypical nevi: Comparing individual and crowdsourcing approaches. Cancer Epidemiology, 37, 979-984.
Jensen, J. D., King, A. J., & Carcioppolo, N. (2013). Driving toward a goal and the goal-gradient hypothesis: The impact of goal proximity on compliance rate, donation size, and fatigue. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 43, 1881-1895. (Earlier version of study 1 was an NCA Top Paper in Communication & Social Cognition)
Jensen, J. D., King, A. J., Carcioppolo, N., & Davis, L. A. (2012). Why are tailored messages more effective? A multiple mediation analysis of a breast cancer screening intervention. Journal of Communication, 62, 851-868. [click here for the Perceived Message Relevance scale]
Tewksbury, D., Jensen, J. D., & Coe, K. (2011). Video news releases and the public: The impact of source labeling on the perceived credibility of television news. Journal of Communication, 61, 328-348.
Weaver, A. J., Jensen, J. D., Martins, N., Hurley, R. J., & Wilson, B. J. (2011). Liking violence and action: An examination of gender differences in children’s processing of animated content. Media Psychology, 14, 49-70.