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Morton, Thomas A. and Duck, Julie M. (2001) Communication and health beliefs - Mass and interpersonal influences on perceptions of risk to self and others. Communication Research, 28 5: 602-626. doi:10.1177/009365001028005002 177   62 Cited 66 times in Scopus66 0
Morton, TA and Duck, JM (2006) Enlisting the influence of others: Alternative strategies for persuasive media campaigns. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36 2: 269-296. doi:10.1111/j.0021-9029x 96   5 Cited 6 times in Scopus6 0
Morton, T. A. (2005). Mass communication, interpersonal communication, and health risk perception: Reconsidering the impersonal impact hypothesis from a communication perspective PhD Thesis, School of Psychology, The University of Queensland. 653 4
Morton, Thomas A. and Duck, Julie M. (2009) Paradoxical effects of media exposure: Role of communication processes in shaping media effects over time. Journal of Health and Mass Communication, 1 3-4: 153-176. 117 10
Morton, T. A. and Duck, J. M. (2003) Responding to risk information in the media: The role of attitudes towards the media and direct experience. Australian Journal of Psychology: Combined Abstracts of 2003 Psychology Conferences, 55 Supplement: 55-55. 119  
Cruwys, Tegan, Dingle, Genevieve, A, Haslam, Catherine, Haslam, S. Alexander, Jetten, Jolanda and Morton, Thomas A. (2013) Social group memberships protect against future depression, alleviate depression symptoms and prevent depression relapse. Social Science and Medicine, 98 179-186. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2013.09.013 166 5 12 Cited 13 times in Scopus13 32
Hornsey, Matthew J., Blackwood, Leda, Louis, Winnifred Louis, Fielding, Kelly, Mavor, Ken, Morton, Thomas, O'Brien, Anne, Paasonen, Karl-Erik, Smith, Joanne and White, Katherine M. (2006) Why do people engage in collective action? Revisiting the role of perceived effectiveness. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 36 7: 1701-1722. doi:10.1111/j.0021-9029.2006.00077.x 129   44 Cited 48 times in Scopus48 0