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Xiaodong Yang
Xiaodong Yang
Assoc Prof, Shandong University; PhD in Communication studies, Nanyang Technological University
Verified email at e.ntu.edu.sg
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Motivators of pro-environmental behavior: Examining the underlying processes in the influence of presumed media influence model
Y Liao, SS Ho, X Yang
Science Communication 38 (1), 51-73, 2016
612016
Using EPPM to evaluate the effectiveness of fear appeal messages across different media outlets to increase the intention of breast self-examination among Chinese women
L Chen, X Yang
Health communication 34 (11), 1369-1376, 2019
602019
Nature and effectiveness of online social support for intercultural adaptation of Mainland Chinese international students
L Chen, X Yang
International journal of communication 9, 21, 2015
332015
Examining public acquisition of science knowledge from social media in Singapore: An extension of the cognitive mediation model
SS Ho, X Yang, A Thanwarani, JM Chan
Asian Journal of Communication 27 (2), 193-212, 2017
272017
Personal and Media Factors Related to Citizens’ Pro-environmental Behavioral Intention against Haze in China-A Moderating Analysis of TPB
X Yang, L Chen, L Wei, Q Su
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (7), 2314, 2020
212020
Using the Extended Parallel Process Model to Examine the Nature and Impact of Breast Cancer Prevention Information on Mobile-Based Social Media: Content Analysis
L Chen, X Yang, L Fu, X Liu, C Yuan
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 7 (6), e13987, 2019
212019
Will the Spiral of Silence Spin on Social Networking Sites? An Experiment on Opinion Climate, Fear of Isolation and Outspokenness.
Y Xiaodong, L Li
China media research 12 (1), 2016
182016
Examining the effects of network externalities, density, and closure on in-game currency price in online games
X Xu, X Xu, X Yang, X Yang, J Lu, J Lu, J Lan, J Lan, TQ Peng, TQ Peng, ...
Internet Research 27 (4), 924-941, 2017
172017
Extending the cognitive mediation model: Examining factors associated with perceived familiarity and factual knowledge of nanotechnology
X Yang, ASF Chuah, EWJ Lee, SS Ho
Mass Communication and Society 20 (3), 403-426, 2017
172017
Does media exposure relate to the illusion of knowing in the public understanding of climate change?
X Yang, L Chen, SS Ho
Public Understanding of Science 29 (1), 94-111, 2020
162020
Communication, cognitive processing, and public knowledge about climate change
SS Ho, X Yang
Asian Journal of Communication 28 (5), 449-467, 2018
142018
Decreasing the knowledge gap among different socioeconomic status groups on the issue of climate change
X Yang, SS Ho
Environmental Hazards 16 (3), 276-290, 2017
132017
Risk perception of food safety issue on social media
X Yang, L Chen, Q Feng
Chinese Journal of Communication 9 (2), 124-138, 2016
132016
Linking Risk Perception to Breast Cancer Examination Intention in China: Examining an Adapted Cognitive Mediation Model
L Zhang, X Yang
Health Communication, 1-11, 2020
52020
A survey of public views and attitudes towards science and technology issues in Singapore
SS Ho, X Yang, Y Liao, D Turner, R Tan, JM Chan
Asian Scientist, 2015
42015
How Is Climate Change Knowledge Distributed among the Population in Singapore? A Demographic Analysis of Actual Knowledge and Illusory Knowledge
X Yang, L Wei, Q Su
Sustainability 12 (9), 3782, 2020
22020
Reducing parent-adolescent conflicts about mobile phone use: The role of parenting styles
X Yang, L Zhang
Mobile Media & Communication, 2050157920986190, 2021
12021
Examining knowledge as a motivation for attention to breast cancer–related information across different media
X Yang, L Chen
International Journal of Communication 13, 21, 2019
12019
Media effects on pro-environmental behavioral intention: an examination of illusion in perceived knowledge differential between self and others
X Yang
12017
Promoting HPV vaccination on social media: interactive effects of threat, efficacy and social cues
L Chen, X Yang, X Huang
Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics, 2021
2021
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