with co-authors Laras Sekarasih, Kimberly Walsh McDermott, Donica O’Malley, Christine Olson. "To guide or to be the sage: children’s responses to varying facilitator prompts following a media literacy education curriculum in the United States." Journal of Children and Media, DOI: 10.1080/17482798.2016.1157503. 2016.
with co-authors Laras Sekarasih, Kavita Nayar, Donica O’Malley, and Christine Olson. "Entertaining audiences, ensuring inclusivity, and considering media influence: Sixth-graders’ understanding of media producers’ responsibility." Communication Review, 19(2), 128-152. 2016.
with co-author Srividya Ramasubramanian. "The role of media literacy education in influencing stereotypes of race and ethnicity." Journal of Social Issues, 71(1), 170-184. 2015.
with co-authors Laras Sekarasih and Kimberly Walsh. "“Media violence is made to attract and entertain': Responses to media literacy lessons on the effects of and institutional motives behind media violence." Journal of Media Literacy Education, 6(3), 1-13. 2015.
with co-authors Karen Dill-Shackleford, Melanie C. Green, Craig Wetterer, and Lee Shackleford. "Setting the stage for social change: Using live theater to dispel myths about intimate partner violence." Journal of Health Communication, 20(8), 969-976. 2015.
with co-author Greg Blackburn. "Images of injury: Graphic news visuals’ effects on attitudes toward the use of unmanned drones." Mass Communication & Society, 18(6), 799-820. 2015.
with co-author Adam Zeller. "Active and sedentary gaming time: Testing associations with adolescents' BMI." Journal of Media Psychology, 26(1/4), 39-49. 2014.
with co-authors Kimberly Walsh and Laras Sekarasih. "Mean girls and tough boys: Children's meaning making and media literacy lessons on gender and bullying in the US." Journal of Children & Media, 8(3), 223-239. 2014.
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with co-author Lisa Wortman-Raring. "A media literacy curriculum on violence in the US: Studying young people’s written responses for evidence of learning." Journal of Children and Media, 6(3), 351-366. 2012.
"More than 'just the facts'? Portrayals of masculinity in police and detective programs over time." Howard Journal of Communications, 23, 88-109. 2012.