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Measuring message credibility: Construction and validation of an exclusive scale
A Appelman, SS Sundar
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 93 (1), 59-79, 2016
5312016
Article recall, credibility lower with grammar errors
A Appelman, P Bolls
Newspaper Research Journal 32 (2), 50-62, 2011
492011
The ineffectiveness of fact-checking labels on news memes and articles
A Oeldorf-Hirsch, M Schmierbach, A Appelman, MP Boyle
Mass Communication and Society 23 (5), 682-704, 2020
422020
Make no mistake? Exploring cognitive and perceptual effects of grammatical errors in news articles
A Appelman, M Schmierbach
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 95 (4), 930-947, 2018
392018
Corrections of newspaper errors have little impact
KE Hettinga, A Appelman
Newspaper Research Journal 35 (1), 51-63, 2014
192014
Do news corrections affect credibility? Not necessarily
A Appelman, K Hettinga
Newspaper Research Journal 36 (4), 415-425, 2015
112015
How college students read and write on the web: The role of ICT use in processing online information
B Zhong, AJ Appelman
Computers in Human Behavior 38, 201-207, 2014
112014
For the birds: Media sourcing, Twitter, and the minimal effect on audience perceptions
A Oeldorf-Hirsch, M Schmierbach, A Appelman, MP Boyle
Convergence 26 (2), 350-368, 2020
102020
Comparing and contrasting corrected errors at four newspapers
K Hettinga, A Appelman, C Otmar, A Posada, A Thompson
Newspaper Research Journal 39 (2), 155-168, 2018
92018
Mr. Mom in the news: The relationship between stereotypes and perceptions of gendered news stories
J Hoewe, A Appelman, E Stevens
Communication Research Reports 34 (1), 11-20, 2017
92017
Correcting online content: The influence of news outlet reputation
A Appelman, K Hettinga
Journalism Practice 15 (10), 1562-1579, 2021
82021
A crisis by any other name? Examining the effects of journalistic “crisis labeling” on corporate perceptions
A Appelman, M Asmara
Newspaper Research Journal 39 (1), 83-92, 2018
62018
Repeating error lowers perception of correction’s importance
KE Hettinga, A Appelman
Newspaper Research Journal 37 (3), 249-260, 2016
62016
Error message: Creation of a revised codebook for analysis of newspaper corrections
A Appelman, KE Hettinga
Newspaper Research Journal 40 (1), 25-37, 2019
42019
“ALPHABET SOUP”: Examining Acronym and Abbreviation Style in Headlines
A Appelman
Journalism Practice 14 (7), 880-895, 2020
32020
Exploring the use of corrections on college newspapers’ websites
KE Hettinga, R Clark, A Appelman
College Media Review 53, 3380-2, 2016
32016
Grammar and cognitive processing of news articles: Exploring dual-processing theories
A Appelman
University of Missouri-Columbia, 2009
22009
The Ethics of Transparency: A Review of Corrections Language in International Journalistic Codes of Ethics
A Appelman, KE Hettinga
Journal of Media Ethics 36 (2), 97-110, 2021
12021
Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right: Journalists’ Perceptions and Usage of Press Releases
M Formentin, K Hettinga, A Appelman
Corporate Reputation Review 24, 65-75, 2021
12021
Collecting Domain-Relevant Tweets: Creation and Application of a New Framework
A Campan, TM Truta, S Huesman, C Wardrop, A Appelman
2020 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data), 4300-4307, 2020
12020
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