Tollison, A. C., & Winslow, L. (2017). “LoveLife: A Critical Analysis of Health Communication Strategies in a South African HIV-Prevention Campaign.” Pennsylvania Communication Annual, 73, 27-49.
Rossetto, K. R., & Tollison, A. C. (2017). “Feminist Agency, Sexual Scripts and Sexual Violence: Developing a Model of Post-gendered Family Communication.” Family Relations, 66, 61-74.
Tollison, A. C., & Turner, J. S. (Accepted: 9-Feb-2017). “Cooperating Across Classrooms: Experiential and Cooperative Learning Through Design and Implementation of Health Campaign Messages.” Pedagogy in Health Promotion (Online First).
Donovan, E. E., Thompson, C. M., LeFebvre, L., & Tollison, A. C. (2017). “Emerging Adult Confidants’ Judgments of Parental Openness: Developing a Model of Disclosure Quality and Post-Disclosure Relational Closeness.” Communication Monographs, 84, 179-199.
Donovan-Kicken, E., Mackert, M., Guinn, T. D., Tollison, A. C., & Breckinridge, B. (2013). “Sources of Patient Uncertainty When Reviewing Medical Disclosure and Consent Documentation.” Patient Education and Counseling, 90, 254-260.
Brooks, A. M., & Tollison, A. C. (2012). “Teaching Persuasion and Audience Analysis via Advertising and Infomercials.” In F. Mullen & W. Mullen (Eds.). Teaching Communication Creatively. Lynchburg, VA: Liberty University Press.
Donovan-Kicken, E., Mackert, M., Guinn, T. D., Tollison, A. C., Breckinridge, B., & Pont, S. J. (2012). “Health Literacy, Self-Efficacy and Patients’ Assessment of Medical Disclosure and Consent Documentation.” Health Communication, 27, 581-590.
Donovan-Kicken, E., Tollison, A. C., & Goins, E. S. (2012). “The Nature of Communication Work During Cancer: Advancing the Theory of Illness Trajectories.” Health Communication, 27, 641-652.
Donovan-Kicken, E., Tollison, A. C., & Goins, E. S. (2011). “A Grounded Theory of Control Over Communication Among Individuals With Cancer.” Journal of Applied Communication Research, 39, 310-330.
Brooks, A. M., & Tollison, A. C. (2009). “Making Verbal Pauses Taboo : Gaming to Improve Communication.” Communication & Theater Association of Minnesota Journal, 36, 134-138.