Agnes Chuah Soo Fei
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Climate Change Communication in Singapore. In M. C. Nisbet (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication.
SS Ho, ASF Chuah
Oxford University Press, 2017
Exploring public perceptions of benefits and risks, trust, and acceptance of nuclear energy in Thailand and Vietnam: A qualitative approach
SS Ho, T Oshita, J Looi, AD Leong, ASF Chuah
Energy policy 127, 259-268, 2019
“I can live with nuclear energy if…”: exploring public perceptions of nuclear energy in Singapore
SS Ho, J Looi, ASF Chuah, AD Leong, N Pang
Energy Policy 120, 436-447, 2018
Online, offline, or word-of-mouth? Complementary media usage patterns and credibility perceptions of nuclear energy information in Southeast Asia
SS Ho, AD Leong, J Looi, ASF Chuah
Energy Research & Social Science 48, 46-56, 2019
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
Label it or ban it? Public perceptions of nano-food labels and propositions for banning nano-food applications
ASF Chuah, AD Leong, CL Cummings, SS Ho
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 20, 1-17, 2018
Past debates, fresh impact on nano-enabled food: A multigroup comparison of presumed media influence model based on spillover effects of attitude toward genetically modified food
SS Ho, TJ Goh, ASF Chuah, YW Leung, MA Bekalu, K Viswanath
Journal of Communication 70 (4), 598-621, 2020
Protection motivation and communication through nanofood labels: Improving predictive capabilities of attitudes and purchase intentions toward nanofoods
CL Cummings, ASF Chuah, SS Ho
Science, Technology, & Human Values 43 (5), 888-916, 2018
Understanding public willingness to pay more for plant-based meat: Environmental and health consciousness as precursors to the influence of presumed media influence model
SS Ho, ASF Chuah, ELQ Koh, L Ong, VQY Kwan
Environmental communication 16 (4), 520-534, 2022
Why support nuclear energy? The roles of citizen knowledge, trust, media use, and perceptions across five Southeast Asian countries
SS Ho, ASF Chuah
Energy Research & Social Science 79, 102155, 2021
Mapping risk and benefit perceptions of energy sources: Comparing public and expert mental models in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore
SS Ho, P Yu, EC Tandoc Jr, ASF Chuah
Energy Research & Social Science 88, 102500, 2022
Perceived behavioral control as a moderator: Scientists’ attitude, norms, and willingness to engage the public
SS Ho, TJ Goh, ASF Chuah
PloS one 17 (10), e0275643, 2022
Fake news, real risks: How online discussion and sources of fact‐check influence public risk perceptions toward nuclear energy
SS Ho, ASF Chuah, N Kim, EC Tandoc Jr
Risk analysis 42 (11), 2569-2583, 2022
Thinking, not talking, predicts knowledge level: Effects of media attention and reflective integration on public knowledge of nuclear energy
SS Ho, ASF Chuah
Public Understanding of Science 31 (5), 572-589, 2022
Heuristic cues as perceptual filters: Factors influencing public support for nuclear research reactor in Singapore
SS Ho, R Xiong, ASF Chuah
Energy Policy 150, 112111, 2021
Feed for thought: Factors predicting public support for funding and labeling preferences of alternative aquafeed
SS Ho, W Tan, ASF Chuah, PYY Chua, KXL Lau, JZA Chan
Environmental Communication 17 (8), 891-909, 2023
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