The following publications by current and former Center staff are listed by topic and alphabetically within topic.
Braun, B. (August, 2011). Health Literacy.I Rippe, J. (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Life-style Medicine and Health. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, Inc. [Chapter invited].
Aldoory, L., Roberts, E., Bushar, J., & Assini, L. (e-pub before print). Exploring the use of theory in a national txt message campaign: Addressing problem recognition and constraint recognition for publics of pregnant women. Health Communication. doi: 10.1080/10410236.2016.1242034
Yaros, Ronald A, Cook, Anne, (2011) “Attention Versus Learning Of Online Content: Preliminary Findings From An Eye-Tracking Study,” International Journal of Cyber Behavior, Psychology & Learning (1) 4, 49-69.
Yaros, Ronald A. (2009) “Producing Citizen Journalism or Producing Journalism for Citizens: A New Multimedia Model To Enhance Understanding of Complex News. In Z. Papacharissi (Ed.) Journalism and Citizenship: New Agendas in Communication, (pp. 71-90). New York, NY: Routledge.
Yaros, Ronald, A. (2009) “Mastering Multimedia,” American Journalism Review, August/September 2009.
Braun B, Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV, Gold RS, Radice SD, Maybury CA. Health Literacy: At the Intersection of Schools and Public Health. J Calif Dent Assoc. 2012; 40(4):323-330.
Clovis JC, Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV, Wang MQ, Massey M. Maryland dental hygienists knowledge, opinions, and practices regarding dental caries prevention and early detection. J Dent Hygiene. 2012;86;(4):292-305.
Horowitz AM, Canto MT, Goodman H. Child W. Perception and practices of preventing dental caries by Maryland Latinas: A qualitative study. J Dent & Oral Care Med. 2016; 2(2):1-6.
Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV, Goodman Hs, Welby J. A multi-level, multi-sector oral health literacy initiative to reduce oral health disparities and achieve health equity: Early lessons from the Maryland Model. Curr Oral Health Rep. 2016; 3(3): 155-163. DOI 10.1007/s40496-016-0092-0.
Horowitz AM, Child W, Kleinman DV, Maybury C. Perspectives of Maryland Adults Regarding Caries prevention. J Am Public Health. 2015;105(5):58-64
Horowitz AM, Maybury C, Kleinman DV, Radice SR, Wang MQ, Child, W, Rudd RE. Health literacy environmental scans of community-based dental clinics in Maryland. Am J Public Health. 2014;104:e85-e93.
Horowitz AM, Robinson LA, Ng MW, Archarya A. 2014. After visit summaries: A tool whose time has come for use in dentistry. Discussion Paper, Institute of Medicine, Washington, DC; 2014 www.iom.edu/aftervisitsummaries
Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV, Wang MQ. What Maryland Adults with Young Children Know and do about Preventing Dental Caries. Am J Pub Health. 2013;103:e69-e76.
Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV. Oral health literacy: A pathway to reducing oral health disparities in Maryland. Am J Public Health Dent.2012;72:S26-S30.
Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV. Creating a Health Literacy Based Practice. Calif Dent Assn J 2012;40 (4):331-340.
Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV. Oral health literacy: The new imperative to better oral health. Dent Clin N Am 2008;52(2):333-344.
Horowitz AM, Clovis JC, Kleinman DV, Wang MQ. Use of recommended communication techniques by Maryland dental hygienists. J Dent Hygiene. 2013; 4:181-1192.
Horowitz AM, Wang MQ, Kleinman DV. Opinions of Maryland Adults Regarding Communication Practices of Dentists and Staff. J Health Comm 2012;17: 1204-1214.
Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV. Creating a Health Literacy Based Practice. California Dental Association Journal 2012;40:331-340.
Horowitz, Alice M., Wang, Min Qi & Kleinman, Dushanka V. (2012): Opinions of Maryland Adults Regarding Communication Practices of Dentists and Staff, Journal of Health Communication: International Perspectives, DOI:10.1080/10810730.2012.665427
Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV. Oral health literacy: A pathway to reducing oral health disparities in Maryland. American Journal of Public Health Dentistry.2012;72:S26-S30.
Horowitz AM The Role of Health Literacy in Reducing Health Disparities. Journal of Dental Hygiene 2009;83:174-175.
Horowitz AM. The role of Health Literacy in Reducing Health Disparities. Canadian Journal of Dental Hygiene 2009;43:205-06
Koo L, Horowitz A, Radice S, Wang M, Kleinman D. Nurse Practitioners' Use of Communication Techniques: Results of a Maryland Oral Health Literacy Survey. Plos ONE [serial on the Internet]. (2016, Jan 14); 11(1): 1-16.
Matsuo G, Horowitz AM, Beck KH, Wang MQ, Kleinman DV. What Maryland Dentists Know and Do about preventing Dental Caries in Children. J of Theory and Practice of Dental Public Health. 2015;2 (3-4):9-18.
Maybury C, Horowitz A, Min Qi W, Kleinman D. Use of communication techniques by Maryland dentists. Journal Of The American Dental Association (JADA). 2013,Dec; 144(12): 1386-1396.
Maybury, Catherine MPH; Horowitz, Alice M., PhD; Wang, Min Qi, PhD; and Kleinman, Dushanka V. DDs, MScD. The use of recommended communication techniques by Maryland dentists. J Am Dent Assoc. 2013; 144(12):1386-96
Rozier, GR, Horowitz, AM, Podschun G. Use of communication techniques by dentists in the United States: Results of a national survey. American Journal of Public Health Dentistry. 2011;142:518-530.
Weatherspoon DJ, Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV. Maryland physicians’ knowledge, opinions and practices related to dental caries etiology and prevention in children. Pediatr Dent 2016;38(1):61-67.
Weatherspoon D, Horowitz A, Kleinman D, Wang M. The use of recommended communication techniques by Maryland family physicians and pediatricians. Plos ONE [serial on the Internet]. (2015, Apr 9); 10(4).
Disparities and Cultural Competency
Lie, D., Carter-Pokras, O., Braun, B., Coleman, C. (October, 2012). What Do Health Literacy and Cultural Competence Have in Common? Calling for a Collaborative Pedagogy. Journal of Health Communications.
Weatherspoon DJ, Horowitz AM, Kleinman DV, Wang MQ. The Use of recommended communication techniques by Maryland family physicians and pediatricians. PLOS ONE. April 9,2015.DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0119855.
Koo LW, Horowitz AM, Radice SR, Wang MQ, Kleinman DV. Nurse practitioners’ use of communication techniques: Results of a Maryland oral health literacy survey. PLoS ONE 2016 11(1): e0146545. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0146545