In the News

COVID-19 Messaging Research

Oregon State researchers explore why some people believe COVID-19 myths, KGW, January 11, 2021

OSU-Cascades researchers examine how COVID-19 messaging reaches different communities, OPB, December 28, 2020

OSU-Cascades research looks at best way to communicate COVID-19 public health message, The Bulletin, December 23, 2020

With 25% of Americans believing Covid is a hoax, OSU-Cascades wants to better inform them, Portland Business Journal, December 22, 2020

New OSU-Cascades research aims to help guide local COVID-19 public messaging, KTVZ, December 21, 2020

Firearm Safety and Suicide Prevention

Gun owners and mental health professionals aligning on suicide prevention, The Bulletin, August 16, 2019

An urban-rural divide over gun suicide, The Bulletin, August 17, 2018

How We Talk About Guns and Suicide, The Corvallis Advocate, September 6, 2017

Culturally tailored suicide prevention messages work best, Xinhuanet, August 2, 2017

Tailored suicide prevention messages work best, The Economic Times, August 1, 2017

To Reduce Gun Access For Someone Suicidal, Respect Gun Owners' Values And Beliefs, Forbes, July 31, 2017

OSU-Cascades studies best suicide prevention messages, KTVZ, July 31, 2017

Environmental Issues

Valuable Conversations With Fishing Communities, ODFW Marine Reserves Program, July 29, 2021

When It Comes To Saving The Environment, Liberals And Conservatives Speak Different Language, OPB, May 5, 2016

Conservatives don't hate the environment, new research suggests, PRI, Living on Earth, June 5, 2016

Framing discourse around conservative values shifts climate change attitudes, ScienceDaily, April 25, 2016

Conservatives Tend To Ignore Liberal Talk About Climate, Living on Earth, Public Radio International Environmental News Magazine, May 20, 2016
Interview with Lab Co-Founder Chris Wolsko

How to Appeal to a Conservative’s Inner Conservationist, Pacific Standard, April 6, 2016

Can the Planet Be Saved? Experts on ecology, conservation, and climate change offer their reasons for optimism and pessimism going into 2016, The Atlantic, December 28, 2015
Editorial contribution by Lab Founder Elizabeth Marino