Shelly Hovick
Shelly Hovick
The Ohio State University, School of Communication
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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
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
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
Understanding family health information seeking: A test of the theory of motivated information management
SR Hovick
Journal of health communication 19 (1), 6-23, 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
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
Cognitive and emotional health risk perceptions among people living in poverty
VS Freimuth, SR Hovick
Journal of health communication 17 (3), 303-318, 2012
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
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
“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
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 (2), 111, 2012
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
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
Predicting behaviors to reduce toxic chemical exposures among new and expectant mothers: the role of distal variables within the integrative model of behavioral prediction
S Mello, SR Hovick
Health Education & Behavior 43 (6), 705-715, 2016
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