Graduate Student, Department of Communication
tc447 [at] cornell.edu
- Chen, T., Hong, A., Meekajit, P., Wang, Y., & Liao, Z. (2022). The prosocial and cathartic potential of immersive media on eudaimonic entertainment experiences. Psychology of Popular Media.
- Chen, T., Dai, M., & Xia, S. (2022). Perceived facilitators and barriers to intentions of receiving the COVID-19 vaccines among elderly Chinese adults. Vaccine.
- Chen, T., Dai, M., Xia, S., & Zhou, Y. (2021). Do messages matter? Investigating the combined effects of framing, outcome uncertainty, and number format on COVID-19 vaccination attitudes and intention. Health Communication.
- Dai, M., & Chen, T. (2021). They are just lightbulbs, right? The personality antecedents of household energy-saving intention among young millennials and gen Z. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
- Xia, S., & Chen, T. (2021). Attribution of responsibility for pick up artist issues in China: The impacts of journalist gender, geographical location, and publication range. Journal of Communication Inquiry.
- Dai, M., Wright, L., Chen, T., & Calabrese, C. J. (forthcoming). Sexually transmitted illnesses. In E. Ho, C. Bylund, J. C. van Weert, I, Basnyat, N. Bol, & M. Dean (Eds.), International encyclopedia of health communication. Wiley-Blackwell.
- Chen, T., Dai, M., & Harrington, N. G. (2022, November). Understanding the audience in framing research: Empirical evidence from three studies examining HIV framing in China. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Chen, T., & Dai, M. (2021, November). They are just lightbulbs, right? The personality antecedents of household energy-saving intention among young millennials and gen Z. Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Seattle, Washington.
- Chen, T. (2020, November). Setting the public health agenda in Mainland China: News articles related to human immunodeficiency virus. Paper presented at the Medicine, Humanity and Media – “Healthy China” and Health Communication International Conference, Beijing, China.
- Giger, J. T., Barnhart, S., Feltner, F., Slone, M. & Chen, T. (2020, November). Are happiness and sadness specific pathways linking gender and life satisfaction in adolescents living in a rural U.S. region? Paper presented at the Joint World Conference on Social Work Education and Social Development, Rimini, Italy.
- Xia, S., & Chen, T. (2020, July). Influences of journalist gender on framing of pickup artists: A content analysis. Paper presented at the International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference, Tampere, Finland.
- Cliggett, L., Chen, T., Fawcett, K., Kilgore, G., Mays, A., Orzolek, L., & Swab, J. (2020, February). Ten years of DOPE: In the classroom and beyond. Abstract presented at the Dimensions of Political Ecology Conference, Lexington, KY, United States.
- Roberson, L., Chen, T., Drobney, C., & Kowalski, N. (2019, November). Influence of journalist gender and political ideology on attribution of responsibility in news coverage of sexual assault victims - A content analytical comparison of the Clarence Thomas and Brett Kavanaugh accusations. Abstract presented at the National Communication Association Conference, Baltimore, MD, United States.