Sherri Jean Katz

Conference Papers


Katz, S. J., Lindgren, B., & Hatsukami, D. (2017) E-cigarettes Warning Labels and Modified Risk Statements:
Tests of Messages to Reduce Recreational Use. International Communications Association Annual Conference.
 
Katz, S. J. (2016). A Window Into Psychological Reactance: The Valence-Authenticity Framework. National Communications Association Annual Conference.
 
Katz, S. J. (2016). Injury Prevention, Risk Severity, and Message Urgency, A Test of Psychological Reactance Theory. Kentucky Conference on Health Communication.


Katz, S. J. (2015) Replicating and Extending Cognitive Bridging: Connecting the Action of Recycling to the Goal of Environmental Conservation. Communication Theory and Methodology Division, Association of Educators of Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).

 

Katz, S. J. & Byrne, S. (2015) Cognitive Bridging: Tests of the Induced and Integrated Processes. Information Systems Division, International Communication Association, San Juan Puerto Rico. 

 

Katz, S. J. (2015) Shifting Construal Level Through Mobile Technology. Communication and Technology Division, International Communication Association, San Juan Puerto Rico.

 

Victor, A., Katz, S. J., Byrne, S., & Mathios, A. 2014). Hypotheticality of Graphic Cigarette Warning Label Text on Certainty of Perceptions of Risk. National Communication Association, Chicago, IL. (advised an undergraduate student on this project)

 

Katz, S. J. & Byrne, S. (2014). Construal Level Theory, Persuasion and Youth. Information Systems Division, International Communication Association, Seattle, Washington.

 

Byrne, S., Katz, S. J., Niederdeppe, J., & Mathios, A. (2014) Do the Ends Justify the Means? A Test of Alternatives to the FDA Proposed Cigarette Warning Labels. Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, Seattle, Washington.

 

Katz, S. J. (2013). Contrasting Two Forms of Cognitive Bridging: Linking Abstract Goals with the Means to Achieve Them. National Communication Association, Washington, D.C.

 

Katz, S. J. (2013). The Construal Level Theory of Persuasion. International Communication Association, London, England.

 

Katz, S. J. (2013) Construal Level Theory and Psychological
Reactance Theory: A Test of Theoretical Interactions and their Influence on Message Salience and Message Effectiveness. International Communication Association, London England. AWARDED BEST PAPER.

Byrne, S., Katz, S.J. & Mathios, A. (2013). Is the First Amendment Going Up In Smoke? A Test of Legal Arguments Surrounding the FDA Proposed Cigarette Warning Labels. International Communication Association, London England.


Katz, S. J., Byrne, S. & Kent, A. I. (2012) Re-construing Reactance: A Test of Theoretical Interactions Between Construal Level Theory and Psychological Reactance Theory. National Communication Association, Orlando Fl.

Katz, S.J. & Byrne, S. Construal Level Theory of Context-Aware Technology. (2012) International Communication
Association, Phoenix, AZ.


Katz, S.J., Lee, T., & Byrne, S. Predicting Parent-Child Disagreement of the Frequency of Children’s Positive Online Experiences (2012). International Communication Association, Phoenix, AZ.

Byrne, S., Lee, T., Katz, S. J., Linz, D., & McIrath, M. (2011). Peers, Predators, and Porn:Predicting Parental Underestimation of their Children’s Risky Online Experiences. National Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.