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Gosse, C., O’Meara, V., Hodson, J., & Veletsianos, G. (2023). Too rigid, too big, and too slow: institutional readiness to protect and support faculty from technology facilitated violence and abuse. Higher Education, 1-19.

Hodson, J., Reid, D., Veletsianos, G., Houlden, S., & Thompson, C. (2023). Heuristic responses to pandemic uncertainty: Practicable communication strategies of “reasoned transparency” to aid public reception of changing science. Public Understanding of Science, 32(4), 428-441.

Hodson, J., & Gosse, C. (2022). Lost in the information maze: Understanding the multiple drivers of QAnon online conspiracy theories. Canadian Journal of Communication, 47(4), 730-744.

Hodson, J., O’Meara, V., Thompson, C., Houlden, S., Gosse, C., & Veletsianos, G. (2022). “My People Already Know That”: The Imagined Audience and COVID-19 Health Information Sharing Practices on Social Media. Social Media+ Society, 8(3).

Veletsianos, G., Houlden, S., Reid, D., Hodson, J., & Thompson, C. P. (2022). Design principles for an educational intervention into online vaccine misinformation. TechTrends, 66(5), 748-759.

Houlden, S., Hodson, J., Veletsianos, G., Gosse, C., Lowenthal, P., Dousay, T., & Hall, N. C. (2022). Support for scholars coping with online harassment: An ecological framework. Feminist Media Studies, 22(5), 1120-1138.

Houlden, S., Veletsianos, G., Hodson, J., Reid, D., & Thompson, C. P. (2022). COVID-19 health misinformation: using design-based research to develop a theoretical framework for intervention. Health Education, 122(5), 506-518.

Veletsianos, G., Houlden, S., Hodson, J., Thompson, C. P., & Reid, D. (2022). An evaluation of a microlearning intervention to limit COVID-19 online misinformation. Journal of Formative Design in Learning, 6(1), 13-24.

Hodson, J., Veletsianos, G., & Houlden, S. (2022). Public responses to COVID-19 information from the public health office on Twitter and YouTube: implications for research practice. Journal of Information Technology & Politics, 19(2), 156-164.

Hodson, J., & Gosse, C. (2022). Where we go one, we go all: QAnon, networked individualism, and the dark side of participatory (fan) culture. Baltic Screen Media Review, 10(1), 46-51.

Houlden, S., Hodson, J., Veletsianos, G., Thompson, C. P., & Reid, D. (2021). Inoculating an infodemic: an ecological approach to understanding engagement with COVID-19 online information. American Behavioral Scientist, 65(14), 1990-2013.

Houlden, S., Hodson, J., Veletsianos, G., Reid, D., & Thompson-Wagner, C. (2021). The health belief model: How public health can address the misinformation crisis beyond COVID-19. Public Health in Practice, 2.

Hodson, J., O’Meara, V., Galizia, A., & Gosse, C. (2021, October). Quietly coping: The impact of online abuse on research innovation and knowledge workers in research and public education. In 2021 IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) (pp. 1-5). IEEE.

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Hodson, J., Gosse, C., Veletsianos, G., & Houlden, S. (2018). I get by with a little help from my friends: The ecological model and support for women scholars experiencing online harassment. First Monday, 23(8).