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Faculty manuscript published in ‘Health Communication’

Thursday, November 8, 2012

Dr. Nick Carcioppolo, assistant professor of communication, published his article “Examining HPV Threat-to-Efficacy Ratios in the Extended Parallel Process Model” in an issue of “Health Communication.”

“The article explores the ways in which different ratios of threat-to-efficacy statements in persuasive messages can affect subsequent intentions to get vaccinated for HPV,” said Carcioppolo.

For more information, contact Carcioppolo at (417) 836-6034.


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