|Personal cancer knowledge and information seeking through PRISM: The planned risk information seeking model|
SR Hovick, L Kahlor, MC Liang
Journal of Health Communication 19 (4), 511-527, 2014
|Multiple health risk perception and information processing among African Americans and Whites living in poverty|
S Hovick, VS Freimuth, A Johnson‐Turbes, DD Chervin
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 31 (11), 1789-1799, 2011
|E‐mail communication in workplace romantic relationships|
SRA Hovick, RA Meyers, CE Timmerman
Communication Studies 54 (4), 468-482, 2003
|Attitudes toward molecular testing for personalized cancer therapy|
RA Yusuf, D Rogith, SRA Hovick, SK Peterson, AM Burton‐Chase, ...
Cancer 121 (2), 243-250, 2015
|Predicting cancer risk knowledge and information seeking: The role of social and cognitive factors|
SR Hovick, MC Liang, LA Kahlor
Health Communication 29 (7), 656-668, 2014
|Understanding family health information seeking: A test of the theory of motivated information management|
Journal of health communication 19 (1), 6-23, 2014
|Changes in screening behaviors and attitudes toward screening from pre‐test genetic counseling to post‐disclosure in Lynch syndrome families|
AM Burton‐Chase, SR Hovick, SK Peterson, SK Marani, SW Vernon, ...
Clinical genetics 83 (3), 215-220, 2013
|Cognitive and emotional health risk perceptions among people living in poverty|
VS Freimuth, SR Hovick
Journal of health communication 17 (3), 303-318, 2012
|Patterns of family health history communication among older African American adults|
SR Hovick, JS Yamasaki, AM Burton-Chase, SK Peterson
Journal of health communication 20 (1), 80-87, 2015
|Attitudes regarding privacy of genomic information in personalized cancer therapy|
D Rogith, RA Yusuf, SR Hovick, SK Peterson, AM Burton-Chase, Y Li, ...
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (e2), e320-e325, 2014
|Patient navigation to increase colorectal cancer screening among Latino Medicare enrollees: a randomized controlled trial|
KR Enard, L Nevarez, M Hernandez, SR Hovick, MR Moguel, RA Hajek, ...
Cancer Causes & Control 26 (9), 1351-1359, 2015
|“That was grown folks’ business”: Narrative reflection and response in older adults’ family health history communication|
J Yamasaki, SR Hovick
Health communication 30 (3), 221-230, 2015
|Counselees’ perspectives of genomic counseling following online receipt of multiple actionable complex disease and pharmacogenomic results: A qualitative research study|
K Sweet, S Hovick, AC Sturm, T Schmidlen, E Gordon, B Bernhardt, ...
Journal of genetic counseling 26 (4), 738-751, 2017
|The impact of personalized risk feedback on Mexican Americans’ perceived risk for heart disease and diabetes|
SR Hovick, AV Wilkinson, S Ashida, HD de Heer, LM Koehly
Health education research 29 (2), 222-234, 2014
|Patient knowledge and information-seeking about personalized cancer therapy|
D Rogith, RA Yusuf, SR Hovick, BM Fellman, SK Peterson, ...
International journal of medical informatics 88, 52-57, 2016
|Health behaviors in patients and families with hereditary colorectal cancer|
AM Burton, SR Hovick, SK Peterson
Clinics in colon and rectal surgery 25 (02), 111-117, 2012
|Operationalizing the reciprocal engagement model of genetic counseling practice: A framework for the scalable delivery of genomic counseling and testing|
T Schmidlen, AC Sturm, S Hovick, L Scheinfeldt, JS Roberts, L Morr, ...
Journal of genetic counseling 27 (5), 1111-1129, 2018
|Understanding associations between information seeking and scanning and health risk behaviors: An early test of the structural influence model|
E Bigsby, SR Hovick
Health communication 33 (3), 315-325, 2018
|Outcomes of a randomized controlled trial of genomic counseling for patients receiving personalized and actionable complex disease reports|
K Sweet, AC Sturm, T Schmidlen, J McElroy, L Scheinfeldt, K Manickam, ...
Journal of genetic counseling 26 (5), 980-998, 2017
|Heart disease and colon cancer prevention beliefs and their association with information seeking and scanning|
SR Hovick, E Bigsby
Journal of health communication 21 (1), 76-84, 2016