Kristin S. Hendrix, Ph.D.

2008 Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
Social Psychology, Marketing Business Administration
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Edward R. Hirt grad student 2008 Indiana University
 (The impact of variations in source likeability upon attitude -related responses.)
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Hendrix KS, Sturm LA, Zimet GD, et al. (2016) Ethics and Childhood Vaccination Policy in the United States. American Journal of Public Health. 106: 273-8
Donahue KL, Hendrix KS, Sturm LA, et al. (2015) Human Papillomavirus Vaccine Initiation among 9-13-Year-Olds in the United States. Preventive Medicine Reports. 2: 892-898
Silverman RD, Hendrix KS. (2015) Rebuttal From Prof Silverman and Dr Hendrix. Chest. 148: 856-7
Silverman RD, Hendrix KS. (2015) POINT: Should Childhood Vaccination Against Measles Be a Mandatory Requirement for Attending School? Yes. Chest. 148: 852-4
Hendrix KS, Downs SM, Carroll AE. (2015) Pediatricians' responses to printed clinical reminders: does highlighting prompts improve responsiveness? Academic Pediatrics. 15: 158-64
Hendrix KS, Downs SM. (2015) General practice web-based decision aid improves MMR vaccination uptake. Evidence-Based Nursing. 18: 82
Lipstein EA, Brinkman WB, Fiks AG, et al. (2015) An emerging field of research: challenges in pediatric decision making. Medical Decision Making : An International Journal of the Society For Medical Decision Making. 35: 403-8
Hendrix KS, Finnell SME, Zimet GD, et al. (2014) Vaccine message framing and parents' intent to immunize their infants for MMR Pediatrics. 134: e675-e683
Bennett WE, Hendrix KS, Thompson RT, et al. (2014) The natural history of weight percentile changes in the first year of life. Jama Pediatrics. 168: 681-2
Hendrix KS, Carroll AE, Downs SM. (2014) Screen exposure and body mass index status in 2- to 11-year-old children. Clinical Pediatrics. 53: 593-600
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