Elizabeth L. Cohen

West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, United States 
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Cynthia Hoffner grad student (SocTree)
Cynthia Hoffner grad student 2012 Georgia State
 (Exploring subtext processing in narrative persuasion: The role of eudaimonic entertainment use motivation and a supplemental conclusion scene.)
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Hoffner CA, Cohen EL. (2017) Mental Health-Related Outcomes of Robin Williams' Death: The Role of Parasocial Relations and Media Exposure in Stigma, Help-Seeking, and Outreach. Health Communication. 1-10
Cohen EL, Alward D, Zajicek D, et al. (2017) Ending as Intended: The Educational Effects of an Epilogue to a TV Show Episode about Bipolar Disorder. Health Communication. 1-8
Cohen EL, Tyler WJ. (2016) Examining Perceived Distance and Personal Authenticity as Mediators of the Effects of Ghost-Tweeting on Parasocial Interaction. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. 19: 342-6
Rittenour CE, Cohen EL. (2016) Viewing Our Aged Selves: Age Progression Simulations Increase Young Adults' Aging Anxiety and Negative Stereotypes of Older Adults. International Journal of Aging & Human Development. 82: 271-89
Hoffner CA, Cohen EL. (2015) Portrayal of Mental Illness on the TV Series Monk: Presumed Influence and Consequences of Exposure. Health Communication. 30: 1046-54
Cohen EL, Lancaster AL. (2014) Individual differences in in-person and social media television coviewing: the role of emotional contagion, need to belong, and coviewing orientation. Cyberpsychology, Behavior and Social Networking. 17: 512-8
Cohen EL, Wilkin HA, Tannebaum M, et al. (2013) When patients are impatient: the communication strategies utilized by emergency department employees to manage patients frustrated by wait times. Health Communication. 28: 275-85
Cohen EL, Hoffner C. (2013) Gifts of giving: the role of empathy and perceived benefits to others and self in young adults' decisions to become organ donors. Journal of Health Psychology. 18: 128-38
Wilkin HA, Tannebaum MA, Cohen EL, et al. (2012) How community members and health professionals conceptualize medical emergencies: implications for primary care promotion. Health Education Research. 27: 1031-42
Cohen EL. (2010) The role of message frame, perceived risk, and ambivalence in individuals' decisions to become organ donors. Health Communication. 25: 758-69
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