Shirley S. Ho
Shirley S. Ho
President's Chair Professor in Communication Studies, Nanyang Technological University
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The influence of parental practices on child promotive and preventive food consumption behaviors: a systematic review and meta-analysis
AZH Yee, MO Lwin, SS Ho
International Journal of Behavioral Nutrition and Physical Activity 14, 1-14, 2017
Social-psychological influences on opinion expression in face-to-face and computer-mediated communication
SS Ho, DM McLeod
Communication research 35 (2), 190-207, 2008
A meta-analysis of factors predicting cyberbullying perpetration and victimization: From the social cognitive and media effects approach
L Chen, SS Ho, MO Lwin
New media & society 19 (8), 1194-1213, 2017
Effects of value predispositions, mass media use, and knowledge on public attitudes toward embryonic stem cell research
SS Ho, D Brossard, DA Scheufele
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 20 (2), 171-192, 2008
Political consumerism: How communication and consumption orientations drive “lifestyle politics”
DV Shah, DM McLeod, E Kim, SY Lee, MR Gotlieb, SS Ho, H Breivik
The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 611 (1 …, 2007
Religious beliefs and public attitudes toward nanotechnology in Europe and the United States
DA Scheufele, EA Corley, T Shih, KE Dalrymple, SS Ho
Nature nanotechnology 4 (2), 91-94, 2009
Applying the theory of planned behavior and media dependency theory: Predictors of public pro-environmental behavioral intentions in Singapore
SS Ho, Y Liao, S Rosenthal
Environmental Communication 9 (1), 77-99, 2015
Social network sites, friends, and celebrities: The roles of social comparison and celebrity involvement in adolescents’ body image dissatisfaction
SS Ho, EWJ Lee, Y Liao
Social Media+ Society 2 (3), 2056305116664216, 2016
Ethical considerations of using narrative to communicate science
MF Dahlstrom, SS Ho
Science Communication 34 (5), 592-617, 2012
Till logout do us part? Comparison of factors predicting excessive social network sites use and addiction between Singaporean adolescents and adults
SS Ho, MO Lwin, EWJ Lee
Computers in Human Behavior 75, 632-642, 2017
Value predispositions, mass media, and attitudes toward nanotechnology: The interplay of public and experts
SS Ho, DA Scheufele, EA Corley
Science Communication 33 (2), 167-200, 2011
The cognitive mediation model: Factors influencing public knowledge of the H1N1 pandemic and intention to take precautionary behaviors
SS Ho, X Peh, VWL Soh
Journal of Health Communication 18 (7), 773-794, 2013
Making sense of policy choices: understanding the roles of value predispositions, mass media, and cognitive processing in public attitudes toward nanotechnology
SS Ho, DA Scheufele, EA Corley
Journal of Nanoparticle Research 12, 2703-2715, 2010
Science literacy or value predisposition? A meta-analysis of factors predicting public perceptions of benefits, risks, and acceptance of nuclear energy
SS Ho, AD Leong, J Looi, L Chen, N Pang, E Tandoc Jr
Environmental Communication 13 (4), 457-471, 2019
The role of perceptions of media bias in general and issue-specific political participation
SS Ho, AR Binder, AB Becker, P Moy, DA Scheufele, D Brossard, ...
Mass Communication and Society 14 (3), 343-374, 2011
Muslim surfers on the internet: Using the theory of planned behaviour to examine the factors influencing engagement in online religious activities
SS Ho, W Lee, SS Hameed
New Media & Society 10 (1), 93-113, 2008
Comparing cyberbullying perpetration on social media between primary and secondary school students
SS Ho, L Chen, APY Ng
Computers & Education 109, 74-84, 2017
Explicating problematic social network sites use: A review of concepts, theoretical frameworks, and future directions for communication theorizing
EWJ Lee, SS Ho, MO Lwin
New Media & Society 19 (2), 308-326, 2017
Seeking information about climate change: Effects of media use in an extended PRISM
SS Ho, BH Detenber, S Rosenthal, EWJ Lee
Science Communication 36 (3), 270-295, 2014
The knowledge gap hypothesis in Singapore: The roles of socioeconomic status, mass media, and interpersonal discussion on public knowledge of the H1N1 flu pandemic
Mass Communication and Society 15 (5), 695-717, 2012
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