Differential Effects of Exposure to Social Norms Campaigns: A Cause for Concern

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Campo, S., & Cameron, K. (2006). Differential effects of exposure to social norms campaigns: A cause for concern. Health Communication, 19(3), 209-219. doi:10.1207/s15327027hc1903_3.
College students' processing of alcohol social norms messages, related effects on normative judgments, attitudes toward their own behaviors, and perception of undergraduate attitu…

Social Norms and Expectancy Violation Theories: Assessing the Effectiveness of Health Communication Campaigns

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Campo, S., Cameron, K., Brossard, D., & Frazer, M. (2004). Social Norms and Expectancy Violation Theories: Assessing the Effectiveness of Health Communication Campaigns. Communication Monographs, 71(4), 448-470. doi:10.1080/0363452042000307498.
College students' processing of alcohol, smoking, and exercise social norms messages, and related effects on judgments, attitudes toward one's own behaviors, and attitudes toward …

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