Center for Family and Demographic Research
Assistant Professor of Communication
Ph.D., Rutgers University, 2012
- The development and implementation of interpersonal and persuasion theory-based health interventions
- Disclosure and privacy, especially in relational/ family contexts and for health issues
- The role of involvement and engagement in adolescents’ processing of prevention messages
Banerjee, S. C., Greene, K., Hecht, M. L., Magsamen-Conrad, K., & Elek, E. (Forthcoming). “You’re not cute when you’re about to puke”: A content analysis of print alcohol counteradvertisements created by adolescents. Health Communication.
Venetis, M. K., Greene, K., Magsamen-Conrad, K., Banerjee, S. C., Checton, M. G., & Bagdasarov, Z. (Forthcoming). "You can't tell anyone but…” Exploring the use of privacy rules and boundary management. Communication Monographs.
Greene, K., Magsamen-Conrad, K., Venetis, M. K., Checton, M. G., Bagdasarov, Z., & Banerjee, S. C. (2012). Assessing health diagnosis disclosure decisions in relationships: Testing the disclosure decision-making model. Health Communication, 27, 356-368.
Checton, M. G., Greene, K., Magsamen-Conrad, K., & Venetis, M. K. (2012). Patients’ and partners’ perspectives of chronic illness and its management. Families, Systems, & Health, 30, 114-129.