Gary Kreps, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
George Mason University, Washington, DC 
Area:
health communication, health promotion, health informatics, social change, behavior change
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Harrell Allen grad student 1979 USC
 (Human communication and Weick's model of organizing: A field experimental test and revaluation)

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Christian J. Ledford grad student 2011 George Mason
Nicole M. Robinson grad student 2012 George Mason
Linda C. Desens grad student 2013 George Mason
Lindsay Hughes grad student 2013 George Mason
Wonsun Kim grad student 2013 George Mason
Kelly V. Morgan grad student 2013 George Mason
Suzanne Carmack grad student 2014 George Mason
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Ahmadian M, Carmack S, Samah AA, et al. (2016) Psychosocial Predictors of Breast Self-Examination among Female Students in Malaysia: A Study to Assess the Roles of Body Image, Self-efficacy and Perceived Barriers. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention : Apjcp. 17: 1277-84
Oh KM, Jun J, Zhao X, et al. (2015) Cancer Information Seeking Behaviors of Korean American Women: A Mixed-Methods Study Using Surveys and Focus Group Interviews. Journal of Health Communication. 1-12
Kim W, Kreps GL, Shin CN. (2015) The role of social support and social networks in health information-seeking behavior among Korean Americans: a qualitative study. International Journal For Equity in Health. 14: 40
Zhao X, Mao Q, Kreps GL, et al. (2015) Cancer information seekers in china: a preliminary profile. Journal of Health Communication. 20: 616-26
Kreps GL, Neuhauser L. (2015) Designing health information programs to promote the health and well-being of vulnerable populations: The benefits of evidence-based strategic health communication Meeting Health Information Needs Outside of Healthcare: Opportunities and Challenges. 3-17
Kreps GL. (2014) Epilogue: lessons learned about evaluating health communication programs. Journal of Health Communication. 19: 1510-4
Neuhauser L, Kreps GL. (2014) Integrating design science theory and methods to improve the development and evaluation of health communication programs. Journal of Health Communication. 19: 1460-71
Kreps GL. (2014) Evaluating health communication programs to enhance health care and health promotion. Journal of Health Communication. 19: 1449-59
Logan RA, Kreps GL. (2014) The NLM evaluation lecture series: introduction to the special section on evaluating health communication programs. Journal of Health Communication. 19: 1440-8
Persoskie A, Mao Q, Chou WY, et al. (2014) Absolute and comparative cancer risk perceptions among smokers in two cities in China. Nicotine & Tobacco Research : Official Journal of the Society For Research On Nicotine and Tobacco. 16: 899-903
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