Peer-Reviewed Published Articles 

Bailey, R. L., Read, G., Yan, H., Liu, J., Makin, D., & Willits, D. (In press). Camera point-of-view exacerbates racial bias in viewers of police use of force videos. Journal of Communication. 

Journal Impact Factor: 4.846

Bailey, R. L., Wang, T., Liu, J. (2019 online). Applying optimal foraging to young adult decision-making after food advertising exposure. Health Communication. 

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

   Citations: 2

Liu, J., & Bailey, R. L. (2019 online). Investigating the effect of use and social cues in food advertisements on attention, feelings of social support, and purchase intention. Health Communication.

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

 Citations: 0

Clayton, R.B., Keene, J.R., Leshner, G. & Lang, A., & Bailey, R.L. (2019 online). Smoking Status Matters: A

Direct Comparison of Smokers’ and Nonsmokers’ Psychophysiological and Self-Report Responses to Secondhand Smoke Anti-Tobacco PSAs. Health Communication. 

   Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

Citations: 4

Clayton, R.B., Bailey, R.L., & Liu, J. (2019). Conditioned “cross fading”: The incentive motivational effects of mediated polysubstance pairings on alcohol, marijuana, and junk food craving.

Journal of Health Communication, 24(3), 319-327.

Journal Impact Factor: 1.648

Citations: 2

Liu, J., & Bailey, R. L. (2019). Examining the cue-reactivity paradigm: Effects of substance cues in negative public service announcements on cognitive resource allocation. Health Communication, 34, 964-974.

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

Citations: 2

Lanigan, J., Bailey, R.L., Jackson, A., & Ramsay, S. (2019). The effect of child-centered nutrition phrases and repeated exposure on preschoolers’ willingness to try, liking and consumption of healthful foods. Journal of Nutrition Education & Behavior, 51, 519-527.

Journal Impact Factor: 2.869

Citations: 2

Makin, D., Willits, D., Dietrich, B., Koslicki, W., Brooks, R. & Bailey, R. (2019) Contextual determinants of observed negative emotional states in police-community interactions. Criminal Justice and Behavior, 46, 301-318.

Journal Impact Factor: 2.168

Citations: 5

Bailey, R. L., Liu, J., & Wang, T. (2018 online). Primary biological motivators in food advertisements: Do energy density and sexual appeals compete for appetitive motivational activation and its cognitive benefits? Communication Research

Journal Impact Factor: 3.391

Citations: 2

Bailey, R. L. & Muldrow, A. (2018). Healthy food identification: Food cues and claims affect speeded and thoughtful evaluations of food. Health Communication, 34, 735-746. 

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

Citations: 7

Wang, T. & Bailey, R. L. (2018). Primary biological motivators in music media: Motivated processing of sex and violence. Media Psychology, 21, 1-26.

Journal Impact Factor: 2.736

Citations: 1

Bailey, R. L., Wang, T., & Kaiser, C. K. (2018). Clash of the primary motivations: Motivated processing of emotional content in fear appeals about obesity prevention. Health Communication, 33, 111-121.

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

Citations: 10

Park, B. & Bailey, R. L. (2018). Application of Information Introduced to dynamic message processing and enjoyment. Journal of Media Psychology: Theories, Methods, and Applications, 30, 196-206.

Journal Impact Factor: 1.514

Citations: 4

Bailey, R. L. (2017). Influencing eating choices: Biological food cues in advertising and packaging alter trajectories of decision-making and behavior. Health Communication, 32, 1183-1191

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

Citations: 11

Bailey, R. L. (2016). Modern foraging: Availability of food and current hunger influence motivational processing of food advertisements. Appetite, 107, 568-574.

Journal Impact Factor: 3.174

Citations: 9

Yegiyan, N. & Bailey, R. L. (2016). Food as risk: How eating habits and food knowledge affect reactivity to pictures of junk and healthy foods. Health Communication, 31(5), 635-642

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

Citations: 9

Koruth, J. K., Lang, A., Potter, R.F., & Bailey, R. L. (2015). A comparative analysis of dynamic and static indicators of parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous system activation during TV viewing. Communication Methods and Measures, 9(1), 78-100.

Special Issue on Evolution, Biology and Brains- Methodological Innovations in Communication Science. 

Journal Impact Factor: 2.306

Citations: 10

Lang, A., Bailey, R. L., & Connolly, S. (2015). Encoding systems and evolved message processing: Pictures enable action, words enable thinking. Media and Communication, 3(1), 34-43.

Journal Impact Factor: N/A

Citations: 9

Bailey, R. L. (2015). Processing food advertisements: Initial biological responses matter. Communication Monographs, 82(1), 163-178.  Special Issue on Biological Approaches to Communication. 

Journal Impact Factor: 2.365

Citations: 23

Bailey, R. L., Potter, R.F., Lang, A. & Pisoni, D. B.  (2015). Modulating executive functioning: Trait motivational reactivity and resting HRV. Cognition & Emotion, 29(1), 138-145.

Journal Impact Factor: 2.42; 5-yr Impact Factor 3.15

Citations: 9

Lang, A., & Bailey, R. L. (2015). Understanding information selection and encoding from a dynamic, energy saving, evolved, embodied, embedded perspective. Human Communication Research, 41(1), 1-20.

Journal Impact Factor: 2.40

Citations: 19

Lang, A., Gao, Y., Potter, R., Lee, S., Park, B., & Bailey, R. L. (2015). Conceptualizing audio message complexity as available processing resources. Communication Research, 42(6), 759-778. 

Journal Impact Factor: 2.77

Citations: 29

Bailey, R. L., Fox, J. R., & Grabe, M. E.  (2013). The influence of message and audience characteristics on TV news grazing behavior. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 57(3), 318-337.

*Authorship credit should be equally distributed.

Journal Impact Factor: 0.84

Citations: 15

Norris, R. L., Bailey, R. L., Bolls, P.D., & Wise, K.R. (2012). Effects of emotional tone and visual complexity on processing health information in prescription drug advertising. Health Communication, 27(1), 42-48.

Journal Impact Factor: 1.846

Citations: 31

Bailey, R. L., Wise, K., R. & Bolls, P. D. (2009). How avatar customizability affects children’s arousal and subjective presence during junk food-sponsored online video games. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 12(3), 277-283.

Journal Impact Factor: 2.41

Citations: 186