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Glenn M Leshner

TitleProfessor
InstitutionUniversity of Oklahoma, Norman
DepartmentGaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication
Address395 W Lindsay St
Norman OK
Phone(405) 325-4143
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    1. Clayton RB, Leshner G, Tomko RL, Trull TJ, Piasecki TM. Countering Craving with Disgust Images: Examining Nicotine Withdrawn Smokers' Motivated Message Processing of Anti-Tobacco Public Service Announcements. J Health Commun. 2017 Mar; 22(3):254-261. PMID: 28248620.
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    2. Clayton RB, Leshner G, Bolls PD, Thorson E. Discard the Smoking Cues-Keep the Disgust: An Investigation of Tobacco Smokers' Motivated Processing of Anti-tobacco Commercials. Health Commun. 2016 Oct 03; 1-12. PMID: 27690639.
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    3. Young R, Hinnant A, Leshner G. Individual and social determinants of obesity in strategic health messages: Interaction with political ideology. Health Commun. 2016 Jul; 31(7):903-10. PMID: 26698295.
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    4. Gardner L, Leshner G. The Role of Narrative and Other-Referencing in Attenuating Psychological Reactance to Diabetes Self-Care Messages. Health Commun. 2016; 31(6):738-51. PMID: 26528578.
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    5. Leshner G, Bolls P, Thomas E. Scare' em or disgust 'em: the effects of graphic health promotion messages. Health Commun. 2009 Jul; 24(5):447-58. PMID: 19657827.
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    6. Leshner G, Cheng IH. The effects of frame, appeal, and outcome extremity of antismoking messages on cognitive processing. Health Commun. 2009 Apr; 24(3):219-27. PMID: 19415554.
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