Nathan Walter
Nathan Walter
Northwestern University, Department of Communication Studies
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Fact-checking: A meta-analysis of what works and for whom
N Walter, J Cohen, RL Holbert, Y Morag
Political communication 37 (3), 350-375, 2020
How to unring the bell: A meta-analytic approach to correction of misinformation
N Walter, ST Murphy
Communication monographs 85 (3), 423-441, 2018
A meta-analytic examination of the continued influence of misinformation in the face of correction: How powerful is it, why does it happen, and how to stop it?
N Walter, R Tukachinsky
Communication research 47 (2), 155-177, 2020
Evaluating the impact of attempts to correct health misinformation on social media: A meta-analysis
N Walter, JJ Brooks, CJ Saucier, S Suresh
Health communication 36 (13), 1776-1784, 2021
Can emotions capture the elusive gain-loss framing effect? A meta-analysis
RL Nabi, N Walter, N Oshidary, CG Endacott, J Love-Nichols, ZJ Lew, ...
Communication Research 47 (8), 1107-1130, 2020
The ebb and flow of communication research: Seven decades of publication trends and research priorities
N Walter, MJ Cody, SJ Ball-Rokeach
Journal of communication 68 (2), 424-440, 2018
Antecedents and effects of parasocial relationships: A meta-analysis
R Tukachinsky, N Walter, CJ Saucier
Journal of Communication 70 (6), 868-894, 2020
A priest, a rabbi, and a minister walk into a bar: A meta-analysis of humor effects on persuasion
N Walter, MJ Cody, LZ Xu, ST Murphy
Human Communication Research 44 (4), 343-373, 2018
Meta-analysis of anger and persuasion: An empirical integration of four models
N Walter, R Tukachinsky, A Pelled, R Nabi
Journal of Communication 69 (1), 73-93, 2019
To Walk a Mile in Someone Else's Shoes: How Narratives Can Change Causal Attribution Through Story Exploration and Character Customization
N Walter, ST Murphy, TK Gillig
Human Communication Research, 2017
Each medium tells a different story: The effect of message channel on narrative persuasion
N Walter, ST Murphy, LB Frank, L Baezconde-Garbanati
Communication Research Reports 34 (2), 161-170, 2017
Interventions to mitigate COVID-19 misinformation: a systematic review and meta-analysis
K Janmohamed, N Walter, K Nyhan, K Khoshnood, JD Tucker, ...
Journal of Health Communication 26 (12), 846-857, 2021
Voluntary or mandatory? The valence framing effect of attitudes regarding HPV vaccination
A Gesser-Edelsburg, N Walter, Y Shir-Raz, MS Green
Journal of health communication 20 (11), 1287-1293, 2015
Health care workers—part of the system or part of the public? Ambivalent risk perception in health care workers
A Gesser-Edelsburg, N Walter, MS Green
American Journal of Infection Control 42 (8), 829-833, 2014
The behind-the-scenes activity of parental decision-making discourse regarding childhood vaccination
A Gesser-Edelsburg, N Walter, Y Shir-Raz, OS Bar-Lev, S Rosenblat
American Journal of Infection Control 45 (3), 267-271, 2017
Coping with COVID-19 stress: The role of media consumption in emotion-and problem-focused coping.
RL Nabi, LN Wolfers, N Walter, L Qi
Psychology of Popular Media 11 (3), 292, 2022
The public sphere in emerging infectious disease communication: recipient or active and vocal partner?
A Gesser-Edelsburg, Y Shir-Raz, N Walter, E Mordini, D Dimitriou, ...
Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness 9 (4), 447-458, 2015
Unchecked vs. uncheckable: How opinion-based claims can impede corrections of misinformation
N Walter, NA Salovich
Mass communication and society 24 (4), 500-526, 2021
Just a spoonful of sugar helps the messages go down: Using stories and vicarious self-affirmation to reduce e-cigarette use
N Walter, SZ Demetriades, ST Murphy
Health Communication 34 (3), 352-360, 2019
Narrative persuasion in a new media environment: the impact of binge-watching and second-screening
N Walter, ST Murphy, EL Rosenthal
Communication Research Reports 35 (5), 402-412, 2018
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