C. Kit Kaiser
Goertzen Hall, 250
FoodMania, Murrow Center for Media & Health Promotion
Health communication/promotion, media literacy, risk information seeking, stimulant medication misuse, obesity prevention
M.M.C, Louisiana State University
Refereed Journal Publications:
Bailey, R. L., Wang, T., & Kaiser, C. K. (In Press). Clash of the primary motivators: Motivated processing of emotional content in fear appeals about obesity prevention. Health Communication.
Austin, E. W., Shultz, J. A., Deen, M. K., Cohen, M., Johnson, B., Power, T., Austin, B., Kistler, M., Edwards, Z., & Kaiser, C. K. (2016). Field testing of a family based media literacy and nutrition program to prevent childhood obesity. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior, 48 (7), S112.
Bailey, R. L., Liu, J., Wang, T., Muldrow, A. & Kaiser, C. K. (2016). Energy density differentially alters emotional responses to health halo and non health halo foods. Psychophysiology, 53, S1.
Bailey, R. L., Liu, J., Wang, T., & Kaiser, C. K. (2016). Moderators of optimal foraging in a modern context: Processing sex and food stimuli in the dark. Psychophysiology, 53, S1.
Kaiser, C. K., Kallman, D., & Bailey, R. L. (2015). Seeing uncertainty: Investigating the role of visibility in the processing of disability. Psychophysiology, 52, Supplemental Issue 1, S108.
Refereed Conference Presentations:
Kaiser, C. K., & O’Donnell, N. (2016). Understanding hidden disabilities: An analysis of the perceptions of individuals with ADD/ADHD toward stimulant medication. National Communication Association. Philadelphia, PA.
Bailey, R.L., Liu, J., Wang, T., & Kaiser, C. K. (2016). Primary Biological Appeals in Food Advertisements: Food Cues, Sexual Appeals and Their Influence on Specific and Generalized Appetitive Responses. International Communication Association. Fukuoka, Japan.
Bailey, R.L., Wang, T., Liu, J., Muldrow, A., & Kaiser, C. K. (2016). Attaching Food Information to Biological Food Cues. International Communication Association. Fukuoka, Japan.
Dixon, G. & Kaiser, C. K. (2015). Extending the RISP model in online contexts: Online information seeking and novel methodological approaches. Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication. San Francisco, CA.
Bailey, R.L., & Kaiser, C.K. (2014). Bodily differences and the processing of healthy and unhealthy food advertising. Paper accepted for presentation at International Communication Association Preconference (Communication Science-Evolution, Biology, and Brains 2.0: Innovation in Theory and Methods). Seattle, WA