Social Media & Public Health

Social media literacy: A conceptual framework

Cho, H., Cannon, J., Lopez, R., & Li, W. (2022). Social media literacy: A conceptual framework. New Media & Society.

Teen social media uses and effects: Motivations, mediators, and moderators

Cho, H., Li, W., Shen, L., & Cannon, J. (2019). Social media and attitude toward e-cigarette use among adolescents: Motivations, mediators and moderators. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 21, e14303

Perceived effects of social media

Cho, H., Shen, L., & Peng, L. (2021). Examining and extending the influence of presumed influence hypothesis in social media. Media Psychology, 24, 413-435.

The knowledge gap on social media

Li, W., & Cho, H. (2021). The knowledge gap on social media: Examining roles of engagement and networks. New Media & Society.

Visual content and effects on social media

Cho, H., Silver, N., Na, K., Adams, D., Luong, K. T., & Song, C. (2018). Visual cancer communication content and effects on social media: An examination of #melanomasucks. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 20(9), e10501.

Mechanisms of media literacy intervention effects

Cho, H., Song, C., & Adams, D. (2020). Efficacy and mediators of a web-based media literacy intervention for indoor tanning prevention. Journal of Health Communication, 25, 105-114.

Long-term outcome evaluation of a field-based media literacy intervention

Cho, H., Yu, B., Cannon, J., & Zhu, Y. (2018). Efficacy of a media literacy intervention for indoor tanning prevention. Journal of Health Communication, 23, 643-651.

Metaanalytic review of media literacy intervention effects

Jeong, S., Cho, H., & Hwang, Y. (2012). Media literacy interventions: A meta-analytic review. Journal of Communication, 62, 454-472.