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

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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.

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Using metaphor to translate the science of resilience and developmental outcomes

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Abigail Haydon

(2014, December 30). Using metaphor to translate the science of resilience and developmental outcomes. Public Understanding of Science, 25(5), 576-587.

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Consumerism, classroom bubbles and crisis: Representations of education and learning in the U.S. media

Moira O'Neil

(2014, September 3). Consumerism, classroom bubbles and crisis: Representations of education and learning in the U.S. media. Revue Internationale d’Education de Sèvres,

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Space to think: Using metaphor to expand public thinking about criminal justice reform

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Abigail Haydon

(2014, August 28). Space to think: Using metaphor to expand public thinking about criminal justice reform. Studies in Media and Communication, 2(2), 13-23.

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Stickiness is an empirical pursuit: The case for reframing child mental health

Susan Nall Bales

(2014, January 1). Stickiness is an empirical pursuit: The case for reframing child mental health. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 84(1), 12-18.

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Beyond prevalence: An explanatory approach to reframing child maltreatment in the United Kingdom: The most prevalent form of maltreatment, child neglect, gets the least attention from the public and policymakers

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Eric Lindland, Moira O'Neil, Kate Stanley

(2014, January 1). Beyond prevalence: An explanatory approach to reframing child maltreatment in the United Kingdom: The most prevalent form of maltreatment, child neglect, gets the least attention from the public and policymakers. Child Abuse and Neglect, 38(5), 810-821.

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Finding a place for early child development in the hierarchy of need

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2013, December 3). Finding a place for early child development in the hierarchy of need. Perspectives in Infant Mental Health, 21(4), 3-5.

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The use of metaphor as a science communication tool: Air traffic control for your brain

Nat Kendall-Taylor, Abigail Haydon

(2013, October 21). The use of metaphor as a science communication tool: Air traffic control for your brain. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 41(1), 412-433.

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Sensical translations: Three case studies in applied cognitive communications

Eric Lindland, Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2012, September 19). Sensical translations: Three case studies in applied cognitive communications. Annals of Anthropological Practice, 36(1), 45-67.

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Conflicting models of mind: Mapping the gaps between expert and public understandings of child mental health

Nat Kendall-Taylor

(2012, March 22). Conflicting models of mind: Mapping the gaps between expert and public understandings of child mental health. Science Communication, 34(1), 695-726.

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Science does not speak for itself: Translating child development research for the public and its policymakers

Susan Nall Bales

(2011, February 3). Science does not speak for itself: Translating child development research for the public and its policymakers. Child Development, 82(1), 17-32.

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Strategic Framing Study Circles: Toward a gold standard of framing pedagogy

(2010, May 7). Strategic Framing Study Circles: Toward a gold standard of framing pedagogy. New Directions for Youth Development, 2009(124), 103-110.