“Cynics and Skeptics: Evaluating the Credibility of Mainstream and Citizen Journalism,” D. Jasun Carr, Matthew Barnidge, ByungGu Lee, and Stephanie Jean Tsang, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, forthcoming.
“The Correspondent, the Comic, and the Combatant. The Consequences of Host Style in Political Talk Shows” Emily K. Vraga, Stephanie Edgerly,Leticia Bode,D. Jasun Carr,Mitchell Bard,Courtney N. Johnson, Young Mie Kim, Dhavan V. Shah, Journalism and Mass Communication Quarterly, 89:5-22, 2012.
“Framing Policy Conflict: Issue Dualism, Journalistic Frames, and Opinions on Controversial Policy Issues,” Nam-jin Lee, Douglas M. McLeod, and Dhavan V. Shah, Communication Research, 35: 695-718, 2008.
“Frames and Knowledge in Mixed Media: How Activation Changes Information Intake,” Aaron Veenstra, Ben Sayre, Dhavan V. Shah and Douglas McLeod, Cyberpsychology & Behavior,1:443-450, 2008.
“Ideology, Issues, and Limited Information: Implications for Voting Behavior,” Michael P. Boyle, Michael G. Schmierbach, & Douglas M. McLeod, The Atlantic Journal of Communication, 15: 284-302, 2007.
“Applying a Cognitive Processing Model to Presidential Debate Effects: Post-Debate News Analysis and Primed Reflection,” Hyunseo Hwang, Melissa Gotlieb, Seungahn Nah, & Douglas M. McLeod. Journal of Communication, 57: 40 -59, March, 2007.
“My Friend’s Enemy: How Split-Screen Debate Coverage Influences Evaluation of Presidential Debates,” Dietram A. Scheufele, Eunkyung Kim, & Dominique Brossard, Communication Research, 34: 3 – 24, 2007.
“Cue Convergence: Associative Effects on Social Intolerance,” Jaeho Cho, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Dhavan V. Shah, and Douglas M. McLeod, Communication Research, 33(3): 136-154, June 2006.
“Expressive Responses to News Stories About Extremist Groups: A Framing Experiment,” Michael P. Boyle, Michael Schmierbach, Cory L. Armstrong, Jaeho Cho, Michael R. McCluskey, Douglas M. McLeod, and Dhavan V. Shah, Journal of Communication, 56(2): 271–288, June 2006.
“Civic Attachment in the Aftermath of September 11.” Michael G. Schmierbach, Michael P. Boyle, & Douglas M. McLeod, Mass Communication and Society, 8, 323-346, Fall 2005.
“Personifying the Radical: How News Framing Polarizes Security Concerns and Tolerance Judgments,” Heejo Keum, Elliott Hillback, Hernando Rojas, Homero Gil de Zuniga, Dhavan V. Shah, and Douglas M. McLeod, Human Communication Research, 31(3): 337-364, July, 2005.
“The Efficacy Gap and Political Participation: When Political Influence Fails to Meet Expectations,” Michael R. McCluskey, Dhavan V. Shah, and Doug M. McLeod, International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 14(4): 437-455, Winter, 2004.
“Information Seeking and Emotional Reactions to the September 11 Terrorist Attacks” Michael P. Boyle, Michael Schmierbach, Cory Armstrong, Douglas M. McLeod, Dhavan V. Shah, and Zhongdang Pan, Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 81(1): 155-167, Spring 2004.
“Media, Terrorism, and Emotionality: Emotional Differences in Media Content and Public Reactions to September 11th,” Jaeho Cho, Michael P. Boyle, Heejo Keum, Mark Shevy, Douglas M. McLeod, Dhavan V. Shah, and Zhongdang Pan, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 47(3): 309-327, September, 2003.