Laura N. Rickard
Laura N. Rickard
Associate Professor of Risk Communication, University of Maine
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Does reduced psychological distance increase climate engagement? On the limits of localizing climate change
JP Schuldt, LN Rickard, ZJ Yang
Journal of Environmental Psychology 55, 147-153, 2018
Here and now, there and then: How “departure dates” influence climate change engagement
LN Rickard, ZJ Yang, JP Schuldt
Global Environmental Change 38, 97-107, 2016
Applying the risk information seeking and processing model to examine support for climate change mitigation policy
ZJ Yang, LN Rickard, TM Harrison, M Seo
Science Communication 36 (3), 296-324, 2014
Consumer preferences for seafood attributes of wild-harvested and farm-raised products
WC Brayden, CL Noblet, KS Evans, L Rickard
Aquaculture Economics & Management 22 (3), 362-382, 2018
Perception of risk and the attribution of responsibility for accidents
LN Rickard
Risk analysis 34 (3), 514-528, 2014
Information sufficiency and attribution of responsibility: Predicting support for climate change policy and pro-environmental behavior
ZJ Yang, M Seo, LN Rickard, TM Harrison
Journal of Risk Research 18 (6), 727-746, 2015
Pragmatic and (or) constitutive? On the foundations of contemporary risk communication research
LN Rickard
Risk analysis 41 (3), 466-479, 2021
The “I” in climate: The role of individual responsibility in systematic processing of climate change information
LN Rickard, ZJ Yang, M Seo, TM Harrison
Global Environmental Change 26, 39-52, 2014
Exploring risk attenuation and crisis communication after a plague death in Grand Canyon
LN Rickard, KA McComas, CE Clarke, RC Stedman, DJ Decker
Journal of Risk Research 16 (2), 145-167, 2013
Sizing up a superstorm: Exploring the Role of Recalled Experience and Attribution of Responsibility in Judgments of Future Hurricane Risk
RA Rickard, L. N., Yang, Z. J., Schuldt, J. P., Eosco, G. M., Scherer, C. W ...
Risk Analysis, 2017
How motivated reasoning and temporal frames may polarize opinions about wildlife disease risk
S Roh, KA McComas, LN Rickard, DJ Decker
Science Communication 37 (3), 340-370, 2015
The interplay between interpersonal and electronic resources in knowledge seeking among co‐located and distributed employees
YC Yuan, LN Rickard, L Xia, C Scherer
Journal of the American Society for information Science and Technology 62 (3 …, 2011
Cultivating benefit and risk: Aquaculture representation and interpretation in New England
LN Rickard, CL Noblet, K Duffy, W Christian Brayden
Society & Natural Resources 31 (12), 1358-1378, 2018
The proof is in the picture: The influence of imagery and experience in perceptions of hurricane messaging
LN Rickard, JP Schuldt, GM Eosco, CW Scherer, RA Daziano
Weather, Climate, and Society 9 (3), 471-485, 2017
Mountains and handrails: Risk, meaning, and responsibility in three national parks
LN Rickard
Environmental Communication 8 (3), 286-304, 2014
Visitor proficiency profiling and risk communication at a national park
L Rickard, K McComas, S Newman
Environmental Communication 5 (1), 62-82, 2011
Exploring attribution of responsibility for visitor safety in a US national park
LN Rickard, CW Scherer, SB Newman
Health, Risk & Society 13 (6), 527-545, 2011
High‐frequency tide‐surge‐river interaction in estuaries: Causes and implications for coastal flooding
P Spicer, K Huguenard, L Ross, LN Rickard
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 124 (12), 9517-9530, 2019
From ranger talks to radio stations: the role of communication in sense of place
LN Rickard, RC Stedman
Journal of Leisure Research 47 (1), 15-33, 2015
In backyards, on front lawns: Examining informal risk communication and communicators
LN Rickard
Public Understanding of Science 20 (5), 642-657, 2011
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