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As practicing social scientists, FrameWorks staff contribute scholarly articles about our research to peer-reviewed journals.

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When It Comes to Older Adults, Language Matters and Is Changing: American Geriatrics Society Update on Reframing Aging Style Changes

Daniel Busso

(2020, September 30). When It Comes to Older Adults, Language Matters and Is Changing: American Geriatrics Society Update on Reframing Aging Style Changes. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 00(00), 1-3.

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Frame Shift: Changing How We See and Support Young People

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Mackenzie Price

(2020, June 29). Frame Shift: Changing How We See and Support Young People. Reaching Teens: Strength-Based, Trauma-Sensitive, Resilience-Building Communication Strategies Rooted in Positive Youth Development, (2nd ed.), xvii-xix.

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Reframing Adolescence: Holding Youth to High Expectations and Refuting Undermining Portrayals

Jennifer Nichols

(2020, June 29). Reframing Adolescence: Holding Youth to High Expectations and Refuting Undermining Portrayals. Reaching Teens: Strength-Based, Trauma-Sensitive, Resilience-Building Communication Strategies Rooted in Positive Youth Development, (2nd ed.), 41-53.

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Strengthening Support: Using Metaphor to Communicate About Elder Abuse Prevention

Daniel Busso, Moira O'Neil, Andrew Volmert

(2020, March 1). Strengthening Support: Using Metaphor to Communicate About Elder Abuse Prevention. Generations, 44(1), 10-16.

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Shifting the Frame to Change How We See Young People

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2020, February 1). Shifting the Frame to Change How We See Young People. Journal of Adolescent Health, 66(2), 137-139.

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Reframing Aging: Effect of a Short-Term Framing Intervention on Implicit Measures of Age Bias

Daniel Busso, Andrew Volmert, Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2019, May 4). Reframing Aging: Effect of a Short-Term Framing Intervention on Implicit Measures of Age Bias. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, 74(4), 559–564.

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Seeing Context through Metaphor: Using Communications Research to Bring a Social Determinants Perspective to Public Thinking about Child Abuse and Neglect

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2018, January 19). Seeing Context through Metaphor: Using Communications Research to Bring a Social Determinants Perspective to Public Thinking about Child Abuse and Neglect. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(1), 152.

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Reframing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Studying Culture to Identify Communication Challenges and Opportunities

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2017, November 1). Reframing Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Studying Culture to Identify Communication Challenges and Opportunities. Studies in Media and Communication, 5(2), 105-117.

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When It Comes to Older Adults, Language Matters

(2017, July 12). When It Comes to Older Adults, Language Matters. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 65(7), 1386-1388.

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Beyond hat in hand: Science advocacy is foundational for policy decisions

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2017, May 17). Beyond hat in hand: Science advocacy is foundational for policy decisions. Neuron, 94(4), 708-712.

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Reframing biology: The power of explanation in improving individual and social outcomes

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2017, March 30). Reframing biology: The power of explanation in improving individual and social outcomes. Clinical Pyschology Science and Practice, 24(1), 69-73.

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Gauging aging: Expert and public understanding of aging in America

Eric Lindland, Nat Kendall-Taylor, Abigail Haydon

(2016, April 28). Gauging aging: Expert and public understanding of aging in America. Communication and the Public, 1(2), 211-229.