Peer-Reviewed Research Articles
Lazard, A., Dudo, A., Dennis, T., Grace, M., & Love, B. (in press). Making a visual impression (or not): Current design practices of nutritional websites. Health Communication.
Dudo, A., & Besley, J. C. (2016). Scientists’ prioritization of objectives for online public communication. PLoS ONE, 11(2), e0148867. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0148867
Kahlor, L., Dudo, A., Liang, M-C., AbiGhannam, N., & Lazard, A. (2016). Ethics information seeking and sharing among scientists: The case of nanotechnology. Science Communication, 38(1): 74-98. DOI: 10.1177/1075547015617942
AbiGhannam, N., Kahlor, L., & Dudo, A., Liang, M. C., Rosenthal, S. (2015). Expectancies and motivations to attend an informal science lecture series. International Journal of Science Education: Part B, Communication and Engagement. DOI: 10.1080/21548455.2015.1039468
Dudo, A. (2015). Scientists, the media, and the public communication of science. Sociology Compass, 9(9): 761-775. DOI: 10.1111/soc4.12298
Besley, J. C., Dudo, A., & Storksdieck, M. (2015). Scientists’ views about communication training. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 52, 199-220.
Dudo, A., Kahlor, L., AbiGhannam, N., Lazard, A., & Liang, M.C. (2014). An analysis of nanoscientists as public communicators. Nature Nanotechnology, 9(10), 841-844.
Kahlor, L., Dudo, A., Liang, M-C., & AbiGhannam, N. (2014). What are you saying? Challenges and opportunities for increasing visibility and understanding of indoor microbiological research. Indoor & Built Environment. DOI: 10.1177/1420326X14531000
Dudo, A., Cicchirillo, V., Atkinson, L., & Marx, S. (2014). Portrayals of technoscience in video games: A potential avenue for informal science learning. Science Communication, 36(2): 219-247.
Dudo, A. (2013). Toward a model of scientists’ public communication activity: The case of biomedical scientists. Science Communication, 35(4): 476-501.
Cacciatore, M. A., Anderson, A. A., Choi, D-H., Brossard, D., Scheufele, D. A., Liang, X., Ladwig, P. J., Xenos, M., & Dudo, A. (2012). Coverage of emerging technologies: A comparison between print and online media. New Media and Society, 14(6): 1039-1059.
Dahlstrom, M., Dudo, A., & Brossard, D. (2012). Precision of information, sensationalism and self-efficacy as message-level variables affecting risk perceptions. Risk Analysis, 32(1): 155-166.
Dudo, A., Brossard, D., Shanahan, J., Scheufele, D. A., Morgan, M., & Signorielli, N. (2011). Science on television in the 21st century: Recent trends in portrayals and their contributions to public attitudes toward science. Communication Research, 48(6): 754-777.
Dudo, A., Dunwoody, S., & Scheufele, D. A. (2011). The emergence of nano news: Tracking thematic trends and changes in U.S. newspaper coverage of nanotechnology. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 88(1): 55-75.
Dudo, A., Choi, D-H., & Scheufele, D. A. (2011). Food nanotechnology in the news: Coverage patterns and thematic emphases during the last decade. Appetite, 56(1): 78-89.
Scheufele, D. A., & Dudo, A. (2010). Emerging agendas at the intersection of political and science communication: The case of nanotechnology. In C. Salmon (Ed.), Communication yearbook (Vol. 34, pp. 142-167), London: Routledge.
Dunwoody, S., Brossard, D., & Dudo, A. (2009). Socialization or rewards? Predicting U.S. scientist-media interactions. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 86(2): 299-314.
Dudo, A., Dahlstrom, M., & Brossard, D. (2007). Reporting a potential pandemic: A risk-related assessment of avian influenza coverage in U.S. newspapers. Science Communication, 28(4): 429-454.
Holbert, R. L., Lambe, J. L., Dudo, A., & Carlton, K. A. (2007). Primacy effects of The Daily Show and national TV news viewing: Young viewers, political gratifications, and internal political self-efficacy. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 51(1): 20-38.
Edited Books, Chapters in Edited Volumes, White Papers, & Book Reviews
Dudo, A. & Kahlor, L. (in press). Strategic Communication: New Agendas in Communication. New York, Routledge.
Dudo, A. (in press). Science television. In R. Gunstone (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Science Education. New York: Springer.
Liang, M. C., Dudo, A., Kahlor, L., AbiGhannam, N., & Lazard, A. (2013). Nano-scientists as consumers and sources of information about nanoethics. In J. Goodwin, M. F. Dahlstrom & S. H. Priest (Eds.), Ethical issues in science communication: A theory-based approach (pp. 135-149). Charleston, SC: CreateSpace.
Nisbet, M., & Dudo, A. (2013). Entertainment media portrayals and their effects on the public understanding of science. In D. Nelson, K. Grazier, J. Paglia, & S. Perkowitz (Eds.) Hollywood Chemistry: When Science Met Entertainment (Vol. 1139, pp. 241-249), Washington DC: American Chemical Society.
Choi, D.-H., Dudo, A., & Scheufele, D. A. (2013). U.S. news coverage of neuroscience nanotechnology: How U.S. newspapers have covered neuroscience nanotechnology during the last decade. In S. A. Hays, J. S. Robert, C. A. Miller & I. Bennett (Eds.), Yearbook of Nanotechnology in Society: Nanotechnology, the Brain, and the Future (Vol. 3, pp. 67-78). New York: Springer.
Brossard, D., & Dudo, A. (2012). Cultivation of attitudes toward science. In J. Shanahan, M. Morgan, & N. Signorielli (Eds.), Living with Television Now: Advances in Cultivation Theory and Research (pp. 120-146), New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Kahlor, L., Dudo, A., Liang, M-C., & AbiGhannam, N. (2012). Essential Knowledge of the Indoor Environment for Decision Makers: A Benchmark and a Nascent Database. Report for the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
Nisbet, M.C. & Dudo, A. (2011, January). Science, Entertainment, and Education: Annotated
Bibliography and Literature Review. Commissioned report in support of the National Academies’ Science & Entertainment Exchange.
Dudo, A. (2009). [Review of the book The environmental communication yearbook, Vol. 3]. Mass Communication & Society, 12, 446-449.