Emily L. Howell
Emily L. Howell
Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Wisconsin-Madison
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US attitudes on human genome editing
DA Scheufele, MA Xenos, EL Howell, KM Rose, D Brossard, BW Hardy
Science 357 (6351), 553-554, 2017
952017
How do US state residents form opinions about ‘fracking’in social contexts? A multilevel analysis
EL Howell, N Li, H Akin, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos, D Brossard
Energy Policy 106, 345-355, 2017
522017
Gender equality in the ivory tower, and how best to achieve it
KR Monroe, J Choi, E Howell, C Lampros-Monroe, C Trejo, V Perez
PS: Political Science & Politics 47 (2), 418-426, 2014
402014
Distinguishing scientific knowledge: The impact of different measures of knowledge on genetically modified food attitudes
KM Rose, EL Howell, LYF Su, MA Xenos, D Brossard, DA Scheufele
Public Understanding of Science 28 (4), 449-467, 2019
252019
Engagement present and future: Graduate student and faculty perceptions of social media and the role of the public in science engagement
EL Howell, J Nepper, D Brossard, MA Xenos, DA Scheufele
PloS one 14 (5), e0216274, 2019
242019
Seeing through risk-colored glasses: Risk and benefit perceptions, knowledge, and the politics of fracking in the United States
EL Howell, CD Wirz, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos
Energy Research & Social Science 55, 168-178, 2019
112019
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine report on genetically engineered crops influences public discourse
EL Howell, CD Wirz, D Brossard, KH Jamieson, DA Scheufele, ...
Politics and the Life Sciences 37 (2), 250-261, 2018
112018
(Mis) informed about what? What it means to be a science-literate citizen in a digital world
EL Howell, D Brossard
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (15), 2021
72021
Deference and decision-making in science and society: How deference to scientific authority goes beyond confidence in science and scientists to become authoritarianism
EL Howell, CD Wirz, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, MA Xenos
Public Understanding of Science 29 (8), 800-818, 2020
62020
Corrigendum: The Values of Synthetic Biology: Researcher Views of Their Field and Participation in Public Engagement
KM Rose, E Howell, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, MA Xenos
BioScience 68 (11), 926-926, 2018
6*2018
What do we (not) know about global views of human gene editing? Insights and blind spots in the CRISPR era
EL Howell, S Yang, B Beets, D Brossard, DA Scheufele, MA Xenos
The CRISPR Journal 3 (3), 148-155, 2020
32020
Science & the authoritarian: Deference to scientific authority & how it disables democratic deliberation on controversial science issues
EL Howell
PQDT-Global, 2019
32019
The state of GMOs on social media: An analysis of state-level variables and discourse on Twitter in the United States
CD Wirz, EL Howell, D Brossard, MA Xenos, DA Scheufele
Politics and the Life Sciences 40 (1), 40-55, 2021
12021
Science Communication in the Context of Reproducibility and Replicability: How Nonscientists Navigate Scientific Uncertainty
EL Howell
Harvard Data Science Review 2 (4), 2020
12020
Scientists’ and the Publics’ Views of Synthetic Biology
EL Howell, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, MA Xenos, S Kwon, J Youtie, ...
Synthetic Biology 2020: Frontiers in Risk Analysis and Governance, 371-387, 2020
12020
Polarized platforms? How partisanship shapes perceptions of “algorithmic news bias”
MN Calice, L Bao, I Freiling, E Howell, MA Xenos, S Yang, D Brossard, ...
New Media & Society, 14614448211034159, 2021
2021
Collaboration for chemistry communication: Insights from a research-practice partnership
E Kunz Kollmann, M Beyer, E Howell, A Anderson, O Weitzman, ...
Journal of Science Communication 20 (4), N01, 2021
2021
Learning without seeking?: Incidental exposure to science news on social media & knowledge of gene editing
JTL Anderson, EL Howell, MA Xenos, DA Scheufele, D Brossard
Journal of Science Communication 20 (4), A01, 2021
2021
Communicating Chemistry through Cooking and Personal Health: Everyday Applications Increase Perceived Relevance, Interest, and Self-Efficacy in Chemistry
EL Howell, S Yang, CM Holesovsky, DA Scheufele
Journal of Chemical Education, 2021
2021
Enhanced threat or therapeutic benefit? Risk and benefit perceptions of human gene editing by purpose and heritability of edits
EL Howell, P Kohl, DA Scheufele, S Clifford, A Shao, MA Xenos, ...
Journal of Risk Research, 1-17, 2020
2020
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