Research Focus: Health Communication; Statistics
Anker, A. E., & Feeley, T. H. (2011). Are Non-Participants in Prosocial Behavior Merely Innocent Bystanders? Health Communication, 26, 13-24.
Feeley, T. H., Anker, A. E., & Aloe, A. M. (in press). The Door-in-the-Face persuasive message strategy: The first 35 years. Communication Monographs.
Reinhart, A. M., & Anker, A. E. (in press). An exploration of transportation and psychological reactance in organ donation PSAs. Communication Research Reports.
Stefanone, M., Anker, A. E., Evans, M., & Feeley, T. H. (in press). Click to “like” organ donation: The use of online media to promote organ donor registration. Progress in Transplantation.
Anker, A. E., & Feeley, T. H. (2012). Estimating the risks of acquiring a kidney abroad: A meta-analysis of complications following participation in transplant tourism. Clinical Transplantation. DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-0012.2012.01629.x
Vincent, D. E., Anker, A. E., & Feeley, T. H. (2011). Religion and the decision to donate organs: Exploring the potential role of religious leaders. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 21(4), 312-328.
Anker, A. E., Reinhart, A. M., & Feeley, T. H. (2011). Health information seeking: A review of methods and measures. Patient Education & Counseling, 82(3), 346-354.
Anker, A. E., & Feeley, T. H. (2011). Asking the difficult questions: Message strategies utilized by Organ Procurement Coordinators in requesting familial consent to organ donation. Journal of Health Communication. 16(6), 643-659.
Anker, A. E., & Feeley, T. H. (2011). Difficult communication: Compliance-gaining strategies of Organ Procurement Coordinators. Journal of Health Communication, 16(4), 372-392.
Anker, A. E., & Feeley, T. H. (2010). Why families decline donation: The perspective of Organ Procurement Coordinators. Progress in Transplantation, 20(3), 239-246.
Feeley, T. H., Smith, R. A., Moon, S., & Anker, A. E. (2010). A journal-level analysis of Health Communication. Health Communication, 25(6/7), 516-521.
Anker, A. E., Feeley, T. H., & Kim, H. (2010). Examining the attitude-behavior relationship in prosocial donation domains. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 40(6), 1293-1324.
Anker, A. E., Reinhart, A. M., & Feeley, T. H. (2010). Meta-analysis of meta-analyses in communication: Comparing fixed- and random-effects models. Communication Quarterly, 58(3), 1-22.
LaVail, K., Anker, A. E., Feeley, T. H., & Reinhart, A. M. (2010). The persuasive effects of audiovisual PSAs to promote organ donation: The mediating role of psychological reactance. Communication Studies, 61(1), 46-69.
Feeley, T. H., Anker, A. E., Soriano, R., & Friedman, E. (2010). Using standardized patients to educate medical students about organ donation. Communication Education, 59(3), 249-262.
Feeley, T. H., Anker, A. E., Watkins, B., Rivera, J., Tag, N., & Volpe, L. (2009). A peer-to-peer campaign to promote organ donation among minority college students. Journal of the National Medical Association, 101(11), 1154-1162.
Anker, A. E., Feeley, T. H., Friedman, E., &
Kruegler, J. (2009). Teaching organ and tissue donation in medical
and nursing education: A needs assessment. Progress in
Transplantation, 19(4), 343-348.
Marshall, H. M., Reinhart, A. M., Feeley, T. H., Tutzauer, F., & Anker, A. (2008). Comparing college students’ value-, outcome-, and impression-relevant involvement in health-related issues. Health Communication, 23(2), 171-183.