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Michael R. Kotowski

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2011
Kotowski, M. R., & Aydeniz M. (2011).  Conceptual and Methodological Issues in the Measurement of Attitudes Towards Science. National Association for Research in Science Teaching.
Kelly, S., & Kotowski M. R. (2011).  Development and Validation of a Computer-Mediated Instructional Immediacy Measure. National Communication Association.
Shaw, A. S., Kotowski M. R., Boster F. J., Levine T. R., & Steele K. A. (2011).  The effect of prenatal sex hormones on verbal aggression. International Communication Association.
Park, S., Fall L. T., Kotowski M. R., & Angle M. (2011).  The Effectiveness of a Dialogic Relationship on the Military-Public Relationship. Association for Educators in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Shaw, A. S., Kotowski M. R., & Steele K. A. (2011).  How culture and norms may be established and perpetuated: A study of Southern Culture of Honor. International Communication Association.
Boster, F. J., Kotowski M. R., Andrews K. R., & Serota K. (2011).  Identifying Influence: Development and Validation of the Connectivity, Persuasiveness, and Maven Scales. Journal of Communication. 61, 178-196.
Miller, J. D., Kotowski M. R., Comis R., Smith S. W., Silk K. J., Colaizzi D., et al. (2011).  Measuring Cancer Clinical Trial Understanding. Health Communication. 26, 82-93.
Van Kelegom, M. J., Kotowski M. R., & Levine K. J. (2011).  A Methodological Review of Imagined Interaction Research. National Communication Association.
Ahn, A. H. Y., Kotowski M. R., Wu L., & Yu H. (2011).  A Path Analytic Test of Anti-binge Drinking Public Service Announcement Effectiveness: Attitudes and intentions. Southern States Communication Association.
Kotowski, M. R., Smith S. W., Johnstone P. M., & Pritt E. (2011).  Using the EPPM to Create and Evaluate the Effectiveness of Brochures to Reduce the Risk for Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in College Students. Noise and Health. 13, 261-271.
2009
Smith, S. W., Hamel L. M., Kotowski M. R., Munday S., LaPlante C., Atkin C. K., et al. (2009).  Action Tendency Emotions Evoked by Memorable Breast Cancer Messages and their Association with Prevention and Detection Behaviors. International Communication Association.
Carpenter, C., Kotowski M. R., Boster F. J., Andrews K. R., Serota K., & Shaw A. S. (2009).  Do Superdiffusers Argue Differently? An Analysis of Argumentation Style Based on Diffusion Ability. International Communication Association.
Boster, F. J., Hughes M., Kotowski M. R., Shaw A. S., Strom R. E., & Deatrick L. (2009).  Dump-and-Chase: The effectiveness of persistence as a sequential request compliance gaining strategy. Communication Studies. 60, 219-234.
LaPlante, C., Smith S. W., Kotowski M. R., & Nazione S. (2009).  The effects of framing of memorable breast cancer messages on engagement in detection or prevention behaviors. National Communication Association.
Chen, C., & Kotowski M. R. (2009).  Mechanisms of norms, cost-benefit judgments, and drinking intention among college students.. National Communication Association.
Kotowski, M. R., Levine T. R., Baker C. R., & Bolt J. M. (2009).  A Multi-Trait Multi-Method Validity Assessment of the Verbal Aggressiveness and Argumentativeness Instruments. Communication Monographs. 76, 443-462.
Kotowski, M. R. (2009).  Social Diffusion: A measurement model and construct validation. Southern States Communication Association.
Smith, S. W., Nazione S., LaPlante C., Kotowski M. R., Atkin C. K., Skubisz C. M., et al. (2009).  Topics and Sources of Memorable Breast Cancer Messages and their Impact on Prevention and Detection Behaviors. Journal of Health Communication. 14, 293-307.
Smith, S. W., Munday S., LaPlante C., Kotowski M. R., Atkin C. K., Skubisz C. M., et al. (2009).  Types and Sources of Memorable Breast Cancer Messages and their Impact on Prevention and Detection Behaviors. Journal of Health Communication. 14,
2008
Smith, S. W., Hamel L. M., Kotowski M. R., Munday S., LaPlante C., Atkin C. K., et al. (2008).  Action Tendency Emotions Associated with memorable Breast Cancer Messages and Prevention and Detection Behaviors. Kentucky Conference on Health Communication.
Kotowski, M. R. (2008).  A Conceptual Clarification of Argument Quality. Southern States Communication Association.
Andrews, K. R., Glazer E., Smith S. W., Kotowski M. R., & Rosenman K. (2008).  Increasing Intentions to Use Hearing Protection in Auto Repair Workers Using the Using the Extended Parallel Process Model. Kentucky Conference on Health Communication.
Dos Santos, G. M., & Kotowski M. R. (2008).  The Influence of Stereotyped Portrayals of a Racial Group: An examination of stereotype activation in Brazil. National Communication Association.
Pritt, E., Johnstone P. M., Kotowski M. R., & Smith S. (2008).  Leisure Noise Exposure and MP3 Player Usage in College Students. American Speech Language and Hearing Association.
Miller, J. D., Kotowski M. R., Comis R., Smith S. W., Silk K. J., & Colaizzi D. (2008).  Measuring Cancer Clinical Trial Understanding. International Communication Association.
Shaw, A. S., Boster F. J., Kotowski M. R., & Andrews K. R. (2008).  Partitioning the Effects of Liking and Obligation on Compliance after the Presentation of a Pregiving Favor. National Communication Association.
Dos Santos, G. M., & Kotowski M. R. (2008).  The role of the Connector in Bridging Borders through Virtual Communities. Communication across Borders Conference.
Smith, S. W., Muncay S., LaPlante C., Kotowski M. R., Atkin C. K., Skubisz C. M., et al. (2008).  Types and Sources of Memorable Breast Cancer Messages and their Impact on Prevention and Detection Behaviors. International Communication Association.
Kotowski, M. R., Smith S. W., Johnstone P. M., & Pritt E. (2008).  Using the EPPM to Create and Evaluate the Effectiveness of Brochures to Reduce the Risk for Noise-Induce Hearing Loss in College Students. National Communication Association.
Smith, S. W., Rosenman K., Kotowski M. R., Glazer E., McFeters C., Keesecker N., et al. (2008).  Using the EPPM to create and evaluate the effectiveness of brochures to increase the use of hearing loss protection in farmers and landscape workers. Journal of Applied Communication Research. 36,