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Kathryn (Kaatie) E. Cooper
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The partisan brain: How dissonant science messages lead conservatives and liberals to (dis) trust science
EC Nisbet, KE Cooper, RK Garrett
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658 (1 …, 2015
3732015
Ignorance or bias? Evaluating the ideological and informational drivers of communication gaps about climate change
EC Nisbet, KE Cooper, M Ellithorpe
Public Understanding of Science 24 (3), 285-301, 2015
682015
An integrated model of communication influence on beliefs
WP Eveland Jr, KE Cooper
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110 (supplement_3), 14088-14095, 2013
672013
Green narratives: How affective responses to media messages influence risk perceptions and policy preferences about environmental hazards
KE Cooper, EC Nisbet
Science Communication 38 (5), 626-654, 2016
522016
Against Climate Change Tribalism: We Gamble With The Future By Dehumanizing Our Opponents”
M Nisbet, KE COOPER, RK GARRETT
Skeptical Inquirer [online] 44 (1), 2020
52020
Documentary and edutainment portrayals of climate change and their societal impacts
KE Cooper, EC Nisbet
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Climate Science, 2017
42017
Audiences, structures, and strategies: The promise and power of environmental documentaries
KE Cooper
The Ohio State University, 2018
22018
Insta-spiration Sweeping the Nation: The Influence of Instagram on Intention to Travel to Yellowstone National Park
AM Hooker, KE Cooper
The Review of Socionetwork Strategies 16 (1), 1-24, 2022
12022
Narratives and the Environment: The Influence of Values and Message Format on Risk Perceptions
KE Cooper
The Ohio State University, 2013
2013
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