Chul-joo "CJ" Lee
Chul-joo "CJ" Lee
Seoul National University & University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Verified email at snu.ac.kr - Homepage
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Public attitudes toward emerging technologies: Examining the interactive effects of cognitions and affect on public attitudes toward nanotechnology
CJ Lee, DA Scheufele, BV Lewenstein
Science communication 27 (2), 240-267, 2005
4102005
How new media affords network diversity: Direct and mediated access to social capital through participation in local social settings
KN Hampton, C Lee, EJ Her
new media & society 13 (7), 1031-1049, 2011
3092011
Internet use leads cancer patients to be active health care consumers
C Lee, SW Gray, N Lewis
Patient education and counseling 81, S63-S69, 2010
1422010
Does the internet displace health professionals?
CJ Lee
Journal of health communication 13 (5), 450-464, 2008
1362008
Lost in translation? A comparison of cancer-genetics reporting in the press release and its subsequent coverage in the press
J Brechman, C Lee, JN Cappella
Science Communication 30 (4), 453-474, 2009
1152009
The influence of knowledge and deference toward scientific authority: A media effects model for public attitudes toward nanotechnology
CJ Lee, DA Scheufele
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 83, 2006
1112006
Genre-Specific Cultivation Effects: Lagged Associations Between Overall TV Viewing, Local TV News Viewing, and Fatalistic Beliefs About Cancer Prevention
C Lee, J Niederdeppe
Communication Research, 2011
802011
The role of Internet engagement in the health-knowledge gap
CJ Lee
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 53 (3), 365-382, 2009
772009
Information seeking from media and family/friends increases the likelihood of engaging in healthy lifestyle behaviors
AS Ramírez, D Freres, LS Martinez, N Lewis, A Bourgoin, BJ Kelly, ...
Journal of health communication 18 (5), 527-542, 2013
762013
The interplay between media use and interpersonal communication in the context of healthy lifestyle behaviors: Reinforcing or substituting?
C Lee
Mass Communication and Society 13 (1), 48-66, 2009
642009
Exposure to health (mis) information: Lagged effects on young adults' health behaviors and potential pathways
ASL Tan, C Lee, J Chae
Journal of Communication 65 (4), 674-698, 2015
582015
Looking beyond the Internet: examining socioeconomic inequalities in cancer information seeking among cancer patients
C Lee, AS Ramírez, N Lewis, SW Gray, RC Hornik
Health communication 27 (8), 806-817, 2012
582012
Distorting genetic research about cancer: from bench science to press release to published news
JM Brechman, C Lee, JN Cappella
Journal of Communication 61 (3), 496-513, 2011
432011
Comparison of beliefs about e-cigarettes’ harms and benefits among never users and ever users of e-cigarettes
A Tan, C Lee, C Bigman
Drug and Alcohol Dependence 158 (January), 67-75, 2016
422016
A comparative analysis of the validity of US state-and county-level social capital measures and their associations with population health
CJ Lee, D Kim
Social indicators research 111 (1), 307-326, 2013
392013
Public support for selected e-cigarette regulations and associations with overall information exposure and contradictory information exposure about e-cigarettes: findings from …
ASL Tan, C Lee, CA Bigman
Preventive Medicine 81, 268-274, 2015
372015
The reliability and stability of general media exposure measures
C Lee, R Hornik, M Hennessy
Communication Methods and Measures 2 (1-2), 6-22, 2008
362008
Linking measures of media exposure to sexual cognitions and behaviors: A review
Annenberg Media Exposure Research Group
Communication Methods and Measures 2 (1-2), 23-42, 2008
342008
Socioeconomic disparities in fatalistic beliefs about cancer prevention and the Internet
C Lee, J Niederdeppe, D Freres
Journal of Communication 62 (6), 972-990, 2012
332012
Correlates of cancer information overload: focusing on individual ability and motivation
J Chae, C Lee, JD Jensen
Health communication 31 (5), 626-634, 2016
322016
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