Laura E Willis
Laura E Willis
School of Communications, Quinnipiac University
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Weighing women down: Messages on weight loss and body shaping in editorial content in popular women's health and fitness magazines
LE Willis, S Knobloch-Westerwick
Health communication 29 (4), 323-331, 2014
Beauty or business queen: How young women select media to reinforce possible future selves
S Knobloch-Westerwick, MJ Robinson, LE Willis, KT Luong
Communication Research 47 (3), 323-345, 2020
A crack in the crystal ball? Prolonged exposure to media portrayals of social roles affect possible future selves
S Knobloch-Westerwick, AR Kennard, A Westerwick, LE Willis, Y Gong
Communication Research 41 (6), 739-759, 2014
The Allure of Aphrodite: How Gender-Congruent Media Portrayals Impact Adult Women's Possible Future Selves
AR Kennard, LE Willis, MJ Robinson, S Knobloch-Westerwick
Human Communication Research, 2015
Media impacts on women’s fertility desires: A prolonged exposure experiment
S Knobloch-Westerwick, LE Willis, AR Kennard
Journal of health communication 21 (6), 647-657, 2016
Women of science: Gendered representations of scientific research in The Big Bang Theory
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Annual meeting of the Midwest Popular Cultural Association, Columbus OH, 2012
A dam (n) failure: exploring interdisciplinary, cross-course group projects on STEM-Translation in Crisis communication
LE Willis
Journal of Public Relations Education 3 (2), 110-118, 2017
Promoting Health Knowledge: The Impact of Public Relations Efforts on News Media Coverage of Health Research
LE Willis
The Ohio State University, 2014
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