Elizabeth A. Corley
Elizabeth A. Corley
Professor, School of Public Affairs, Arizona State University
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Scientists’ collaboration strategies: implications for scientific and technical human capital
B Bozeman, E Corley
Research policy 33 (4), 599-616, 2004
Faculty job satisfaction across gender and discipline
M Sabharwal, EA Corley
The Social Science Journal 46 (3), 539-556, 2009
Design and the management of multi-institutional research collaborations: Theoretical implications from two case studies
EA Corley, PC Boardman, B Bozeman
Research policy 35 (7), 975-993, 2006
University research centers and the composition of research collaborations
PC Boardman, EA Corley
Research Policy 37 (5), 900-913, 2008
Religious beliefs and public attitudes toward nanotechnology in Europe and the United States
DA Scheufele, EA Corley, T Shih, KE Dalrymple, SS Ho
Nature nanotechnology 4 (2), 91-94, 2009
Specialists achieve better outcomes than generalists for lung cancer surgery
GA Silvestri, J Handy, D Lackland, E Corley, CE Reed
Chest 114 (3), 675-680, 1998
Scientists worry about some risks more than the public
DA Scheufele, EA Corley, S Dunwoody, TJ Shih, E Hillback, DH Guston
Nature nanotechnology 2 (12), 732-734, 2007
Foreign-born academic scientists and engineers: producing more and getting less than their US-born peers?
EA Corley, M Sabharwal
Research in Higher Education 48 (8), 909-940, 2007
35 years and 160,000 articles: A bibliometric exploration of the evolution of ecology
M Neff, E Corley
Scientometrics 80 (3), 657-682, 2009
Building Buzz: (Scientists) Communicating Science in New Media Environments
X Liang, LYF Su, SK Yeo, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, M Xenos, P Nealey, ...
Journalism & mass communication quarterly 91 (4), 772-791, 2014
Scientists’ participation in university research centers: What are the gender differences?
E Corley, M Gaughan
The Journal of Technology Transfer 30 (4), 371-381, 2005
From enabling technology to applications: The evolution of risk perceptions about nanotechnology
MA Cacciatore, DA Scheufele, EA Corley
Public Understanding of Science 20 (3), 385-404, 2011
Value predispositions, mass media, and attitudes toward nanotechnology: The interplay of public and experts
SS Ho, DA Scheufele, EA Corley
Science Communication 33 (2), 167-200, 2011
Water managers' perceptions of the science–policy interface in Phoenix, Arizona: Implications for an emerging boundary organization
DD White, EA Corley, MS White
Society and Natural resources 21 (3), 230-243, 2008
Of risks and regulations: how leading US nanoscientists form policy stances about nanotechnology
EA Corley, DA Scheufele, Q Hu
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 11 (7), 1573-1585, 2009
The role of media and deference to scientific authority in cultivating trust in sources of information about emerging technologies
AA Anderson, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, EA Corley
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 24 (2), 225-237, 2012
Making sense of policy choices: understanding the roles of value predispositions, mass media, and cognitive processing in public attitudes toward nanotechnology
SS Ho, DA Scheufele, EA Corley
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 12 (8), 2703-2715, 2010
Scholarly collaboration and productivity patterns in public administration: Analysing recent trends
EA Corley, M Sabharwal
Public Administration 88 (3), 627-648, 2010
How Do Career Strategies, Gender, and Work Environment Affect Faculty Productivity Levels in University‐Based Science Centers?1
EA Corley
Review of policy research 22 (5), 637-655, 2005
Another (methodological) look at knowledge gaps and the Internet’s potential for closing them
MA Cacciatore, DA Scheufele, EA Corley
Public Understanding of Science 23 (4), 376-394, 2014
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