Curriculum Vitae

Mia Liza A. Lustria, Ph.D.
Last Revised: July 31, 2017

General Information
University Address: School of Information
College of Communication and Information
The Florida State University
270 Louis Shores Building
142 Collegiate Loop
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2100
Phone: (850) 583-0365; Fax: (850) 644-6253
E-mail address: mlustria@fsu.edu

Professional Preparation
2005 Doctor of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA
Major: Communication; Dissertation supervisor: Dr. Donald O. Case
Lustria, M. L. A. (2005). Can Interactivity Make a Difference? Effects of Interactivity on
Young Adults’ Comprehension of Online Health Content. (Doctoral dissertation, University
of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky, USA). Retrieved from
http://lib.uky.edu/ETD/ukycomm2005d00324/etd.pdf.
1996 Master of Science, University of the Philippines Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
Major: Development Communication; Thesis supervisor: Dr. Madeline M. Suva
Lustria, M. L. A. (1996). Examining the Information Seeking and Source Selection
Behavior of Scientists in the Los Baños Science Community. Unpublished master’s thesis,
University of the Philippines Los Baños, Philippines.
1990 Bachelor of Science, University of the Philippines Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
Major: Development Communication; Advisor: Dr. Juan F. Jamias; cum laude
Lustria, M. L. A. (1990). Examining the Information Source Selection Behaviors of UPLB
Agricultural Scientists. Unpublished undergraduate thesis, University of the Philippines
Los Baños, Philippines.

Professional Experience
Fall 2017 to Professor, School of Information, College of Communication and Information,
present Florida State University
2011 to 2017 Associate Professor, School of Information, College of Communication and
Information, Florida State University
Fall 2016 to Chair, Educational Committee, School of Information, College of Communication
present and Information, Florida State University
2017 to present Associate Editor, Advances in Information Sciences section of the Journal of the

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Association for Information Science and Technology
2012 to 2015 Program Chair, B.S. in Information Technology, School of Information, College of
Communication and Information, Florida State University
2013 to present Member, Florida Health Equity Research Institute (HERI) Steering and
Operations Committee
2008 to present Associate Professor, Department of Behavioral Sciences and Social Medicine,
College of Medicine, Florida State University. Courtesy appointment.
2012 to present Reviewer, Scientific Review Panel for NIH/Agency for Healthcare Research and
Quality
2013 to present Reviewer, Scientific Review Panel for Pennsylvania Department of Health
Since 2011 Member, Health Disparities Research Advisory Committee for the State of Florida
Since 2011 Group Leader, Health Promotions Work Group of Florida HDR Advisory
Committee
2005-2011 Assistant Professor, School of Library and Information Studies, College of
Communication and Information, Florida State University
2006 – 2007 SLC Academic Liaison, FSU-STARS Alliance, Florida State University
2006 - 2007 Consultant, Design of the Culture, Values, and Literacy (CVL) Tailored
Interactive Patient Solution (TIPS) for Dyslipidemia, Health Media, Inc.
2004 Senior Research Assistant, Journalism Quality Enhancement Project, School of
Journalism and Telecommunications at the University of Kentucky
2001 –2005 Senior Research Assistant, Targeting Mass Media Campaigns for Risky
Sexual Behavior Project, University of Kentucky
2000 –2001 Teaching Assistant, University of Kentucky
2001 –2002 Educational Communication Consultant, University of Kentucky
1990 – 2000 Assistant Professor, University of the Philippines Los Baños, Laguna,
Philippines
1998 – 2000 Instruction Coordinator, University of the Phil., Los Baños, Laguna, Philippines
1998 – 2000 Affiliate Faculty, University of the Philippines Open University, Philippines

Honors, Awards, and Scholarships
2017 Nominee, FSU Excellence in Teaching Award
2016 College of Communication and Information Leadership Board Distinguished Faculty
Award
2009 FSU Nominee for the 2009 Ernest A. Lynton Award for the Scholarship of Engagement
for Early Career Faculty, New England Resource Center for Higher Education,
University of Massachusetts

VITA for Mia Liza A.O. Florida State University 2004 University of Kentucky Commonwealth Research Award. International Peace Scholarship. LIS5419 - grad) Course) • Intro to eHealth (IFS3037) • Management of Information Organizations • Introduction to Health Informatics (LIS5408) (LIS4785/LIS5418) • Information Science (LIS3267) • Advanced Health Informatics (LIS4776) • Health Information Sources (LIS5631) • Computers as Persuasive Technology (LIS5751) • IT and Older Adults (LIS5255) • Information Architecture (LIS3793/LIS5916) Previous Courses Taught • Development Communication • Publications Production and Editing • Development Journalism • Technical Writing and Editing . University of the Philippines Los Baños 1986-1990 College of Agriculture Special Undergraduate Scholarship (CASUS) program for 7 semesters Current Membership in Professional Organizations • International Communication Association (ICA) • National Communication Association (NCA) • American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) • Association of Library and Information Science Educators (ALISE) • Gamma Sigma Delta Honor Society of Agriculture • Pi Gamma Mu International Social Science Honor Society • Phi Kappa Phi International Honor Society • UPLB Association of Editors and Publications Staff (AEPS) • Philippine Foundation of Science Communicators Teaching Courses Taught at FSU • Intro to Consumer Health Informatics • Perspectives on IT (LIS4708 Capstone (LIS4772 –undergrad. Philanthropic Educational Organization 1994 - 1995 Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization Regional Center for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture Scholarship 1992 Joaquin J. University of Kentucky 2004 Jacobs Foundation Information Technology Dissertation Grant 2004 Beta Phi Mu Eugene Garfield Dissertation Fellowship 2004 University of Kentucky Dissertation Enhancement Award. Gonzalez medal (for acquiring the highest GPA among all 1990 graduates of the College of Agriculture). Lustria/ p. University of Kentucky 2004 Bruce Westley Memorial Graduate Scholarship. 3 2008 Nominee for the University Undergraduate Teaching Award. University of Kentucky 2001- 2003 P. Florida State University 2007 Nominee for Honors Thesis Mentor Award.E.

Dept. Carlos (Ph. 2014) Dissertation: “Interacting with Health Information for Self-Care: An Exploratory Study of Undergraduate Students’ Health Information Literacy” Ndumu.D.D. Steve McDowell) Lee. Candidate.. 2011) Dissertation: “Health Consumer's Intention to use a PHP for Electronic PHIM: Is Intention to use a PHP Moderated by Anxiety?” Doctoral/Masters Committee Member Andayani.D.. 2013) Dissertation: “Gifted Youth and Their Hobbies: An Exploration of Information Behavior” Chatmon. Berg P. 2007) Dissertation: “A Lab-on-Chip Model for Safer Cyber-Assisted Olfactory Information Exchanges Applied to Standard and Micro Total Analysis Systems (µTAS).. Christy (Ph. Ana (Ph. Nadia (Ph.D. 2015) Dissertation: “Health Information Seeking of Public Library Users” Brown. 4 • Science Communication • Interpersonal Communication • Public Speaking • Communication Research Doctoral Committee Chair Alkhalaf. Candidate. School of Information) Sarkar.. Mariam (Ph.. Joy (Ph... Jung (Ph. Deborah (Ph.D. 2013) Dissertation: “Exploring Undergraduate Students’ Online Health Information Seeking About Prescription Medications” (Co-Chairing with Dr. 2011) Dissertation: “Student Acceptance of Mobile Learning” Hannaford. Jinxuan (Ph. 2011) Dissertation: “Neurophysiological Assessment of the Effects of Interactive Videos (via Web-Automated Human Interaction technologies) on Attention to Health Messages” Torres. Ji-Hyun (Ph.D. 2012) Dissertation: “Instant Messaging and the Application of Media Richness Theory in the Context of Informal Information Exchange” Baeg.” Kim. VITA for Mia Liza A. Linda Lockett (ABD.D. School of Communication) Shaikh. Rich (Ph.D.D. (Ph. 2016.D. School of Communication) Dissertation: “Evaluating Uses and Adoption of Media Innovations in Disaster Warnings: A Case Study of Sindh-Pakistan” . 2011) Dissertation: “Modeling Adolescent Sexual Behaviors: The Role of Media Exposure and Perceptions of Sexual Messages from Mass Media” Saunders. Lustria/ p.D. Robin (Ph.D.D. 2013) Dissertation: “Adolescents’ Information Behavior When Isolated From Peer Groups: Lessons from New Immigrant Adolescents’ Everyday Life Information Seeking” Ma.D..D. Amelia (Ph. Leah (MLIS. 2012) Dissertation: “Cultural Differences in Perceiving and Understanding Information in Advertisements” Koo.D. 2015) Dissertation: “Wrong Planet.. Madhu (Ph. Ahmad (Ph..D.D. Jung A (Ph.. Student) Donaldson... 2013) Dissertation: “Transitioning from the Out Date: Information Seeking Behavior of Junior Enlisted Army Veterans of Operation Iraqi and Enduring Freedom” Hyacinthe. Carol (Ph. School of Communication) Anderson. Right Library: College Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Academic Library” Austin. of Nutrition) Dissertation: “eDSME: Internet-Based Nutrition Intervention for Type 2 Diabetes” Carruth. Candidate.

D. Health Communication. L. College of Social Work) Honors Thesis Supervisory Committees Daniel R. LUSTRIA. Lustria/ p. Evaluation of an interactive video- based smoking cessation intervention. Most interventions used websites as their main mode of delivery and reported greater use of communication tools compared to effective approaches like tailoring or interactive technologies games. Patient Education and Counseling. School of Information) Wang.. LUSTRIA.pec. 2017) Dissertation: “Impact of Group Affirmation on Environmental Message Acceptance.1016/j. A. Y. VITA for Mia Liza A.D. D. M.D.. A. Scott (Ph.. April 2007) “The Adoption of IPv6 Among Florida Colleges” Laura Watt (graduated. Casale (graduated. Jaclyn (ABD. Methods: Web- and mobile-based psychoeducational intervention studies published from 2004-2014 were selected and reviewed by two independent coders.01. 2016) Dissertation: “Photovoice of the Cesarean Experience: Cameraphone Photography and Knowledge Sharing by Women Who Have Undergone Cesarean Sections” Yu. & Hendrickse.. Many of the studies relied on medium levels of clinician involvement and only a few were entirely self-guided. 2013) Dissertation: “The Situational Relevance of Kept Personal Health Artifacts: An Exploratory Study of Kept Articles as Expressions of Need by Adults Living with Type 2 Diabetes” Williams. The review revealed a diverse range of ICTs used to support the psychoeducational programs. Casey (Ph. Risk Perception and Behavioral Intention” Whetstone. 5 Smith. J. J. 2011) Dissertation: “Key Variables that Impact Students’ Decisions to Lie or to Conceal Sexual Behavior from their Healthcare Providers” Yu. 1049-1072..D.2017. M. and Lee.. Results: A total of 55 unique studies satisfied the selection criteria. videos.S. Refereed Journal Articles Published Zhao. (under review 2016). and reported greater compliance to treatment. . Practical Implications: There is a need to further examine ways ICTs can be optimized to reduce the burden on clinicians whilst enhancing the delivery of proven effective therapeutic approaches. 100(6). (2017). Biyang (Ph. L... Zihan (Ph. Future experimental studies may help unpack the effects of technology features and reveal new ways to automate aspects of clinician input. Spr 2016) “Chemotherapy Education Methods for Patients with Cancer: A Literature Review” Research and Original Creative Work Publications Manuscripts Under Review Cortese. Conclusion: Programs that reported higher levels of clinician involvement also reported using more communication tools. doi: 10.004 Objective: To examine the information and communication technology (ICT) features of psychoeducational interventions for depression delivered via the Internet or via mobile technology. Candidate. Melinda (Ph. Systematic review of the information and communication technology features of web- and mobile-based psychoeducational interventions for depression.D. and self-monitoring tools.

Social support is crucial to the well-being and . These effects in turn were associated with greater perceived risk of STDs and intentions to get tested. non-tailored) website increased perceived personal relevance. A model of tailoring effects: A randomized controlled trial examining the mechanisms of tailoring in a web- based STD screening intervention. Kim. female. J. Methods Women and men (N=223) aged 18–26 years were recruited online through Craigslist. J. J.1037/hea0000399 Objective: This study explores the mechanisms of tailoring within the context of RU@Risk.. doi:10. Methods: Sexually active college students (N=1065) completed a pre-test. change in perceived risk from pre-test to post-test by condition was examined. J. Results: As predicted. M.. attention. (2016). Kung. doi: 10. Results revealed that exposure to the tailored (vs. Lustria/ p.. Schmitt. Gerend. attention to. Participants who received a recommendation were over 35 times more likely to receive ≥1 dose of HPV vaccine relative to participants without a recommendation. Predictors of provider recommendation for HPV vaccine among young adult men and women: findings from a cross-sectional survey. 1319-1334. M. Conclusions: Findings provide insight into the mechanisms of tailoring with important implications for optimizing message design. A. Shepherd. G. Conclusions Results suggest that physician recommendation practices for HPV vaccination vary by characteristics of the patient. & Shepherd.. participants in the tailored condition were more likely to order a test kit. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 4. perceived risk of STDS increased from pre-test to post-test. Results Fifty-three per cent reported receiving a recommendation for HPV vaccine and 45% had received ≥1 dose of HPV vaccine. doi: 10. Bivariable and multivariable correlates of provider recommendation were identified. (2014).. Additionally.. Hypothesized mechanisms of tailoring (perceived personal relevance. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 104-107.. (2016).-H. Sexually Transmitted Infections. Ads were posted in the 25 largest US cities from September 2013 to March 2014. HPV vaccination history. M. M. LUSTRIA. and elaboration of the message. this study investigated predictors of participant-reported physician recommendation for HPV vaccine among young adults in the USA. sexual history. All analyses controlled for demographic variables and sexual history. To help guide intervention efforts. C.. A.. a brief web-based intervention designed to promote STD (sexually transmitted disease) testing among young adults. VITA for Mia Liza A.1136/sextrans-2015-052088 Background Although physician recommendation is one of the strongest predictors of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination.. 6 LUSTRIA. Health Psychology. A.15] Kazmer..1002/asi. Participants completed a survey that assessed demographic and sociopolitical characteristics. This is one of a few studies to empirically examine theorized message processing mechanisms of tailoring and persuasion outcomes in a single model. and whether they had ever received a recommendation for HPV vaccine from a physician or healthcare provider. Findings underscore the key role of the healthcare provider in promoting HPV vaccination and have important implications for future HPV vaccine interventions with young adults. were randomly assigned to explore a tailored or non-tailored website. a popular classified advertisements website. and were offered the opportunity to order a free at-home STD test kit. J. employer-sponsored or some other type such as military-sponsored) were more likely to report receiving a recommendation for HPV vaccine. E. LUSTRIA. it is unclear for whom physicians are recommending the vaccine. completed a post-test. Cortese. Distributed knowledge in an online patient support community: Authority and discovery... 65(7). M. K. L. Results from the multivariable model indicated that younger (aged 18–21 years). M. M. & McLaughlin. M. Ma. and elaboration) were examined using structural equation modeling (SEM). Y. A. Burnett. A. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 3. Cortese.23064 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a progressively debilitating neuro-degenerative condition that occurs in adulthood and targets the motor neurons. 92(2). A.69] Gerend.. J. but only in the tailored condition. White participants with health insurance (ie. M. As intervention effects were hypothesized to work via increases in perceived risk. L. L. & Frost.

L. Glueckauf.158 (95% CI = . Noar. M. S.001.A.8] . & Lee. Cortese. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 2. lived experiences of patients and "other" sources of information such as lay literature and alternative health providers? The findings have implications for supporting knowledge sharing and discovery in addition to social support for patients. We investigated whether tailoring intervention materials to young adult women’s perceived barriers to HPV vaccination—a known psychosocial predictor of vaccine uptake—would increase women’s intentions to receive the HPV vaccine. M. S.001. 7 quality of life of people with unpredictable and incurable diseases such as ALS. Sexually Transmitted Diseases. cost.2013. . intervention. Analysis of participant/descriptive.. M. No evidence of publication bias was found. This qualitative analysis of 1000 posts from the PLM ALS online discussion examines the social support within the PLM ALS online community. 18(9). M.. k = 40) and at follow-up. 1039-1069.180) met criteria for inclusion and were analyzed using meta-analytic procedures. A.. tailored intervention programs show considerable promise in effecting health-promoting behaviors and improving health outcomes across a variety of medical conditions and patient populations.048.. tailored interventions effected significantly greater improvement in health outcomes as compared to control conditions both at post-testing. doi:10. 401-405. A meta- analysis of web-delivered tailored health behavior change interventions. p<.. Members of the PatientsLikeMe (PLM) ALS online support community share social support but 2also exchange and build distributed knowledge within their discussion forum. & LUSTRIA. This meta-analysis compares the effects of tailored versus non-tailored. M. 40(5).1097/OLQ. d = . and RQ3: How do participants in the PLM-ALS forum co-create and treat authoritative knowledge from multiple sources including the medical literature. J.043. VITA for Mia Liza A. p=. Forty experimental and quasi-experimental studies (N = 20. 90)=4. Although HPV vaccination intentions increased from pre-test to post-test in both conditions.139 (95% CI = .02. (2013).192.0b013e318283c8a8 Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination is a safe and effective primary prevention strategy for cervical cancer. The findings indicated that web-based.166. Lustria/ p. K. Shepherd. (2013).. and explores ways community members share and build knowledge.g. p<.. . not sexually active). [5- Year Journal Impact Factor: 2. Despite the need for effective HPV vaccination interventions. The analysis responds to three research questions: RQ1: How and why is knowledge shared among the distributed participants in the PLM-ALS threaded discussion forum?. partial eta squared=.A. relatively few have been tested. aged 18-26) who had not been vaccinated against HPV were randomly assigned to read either a non-tailored message about HPV vaccination or a message that was individually tailored to participants’ perceived barriers to HPV vaccine uptake (e.1080/10810730. RQ2: How do the participants in the PLM ALS threaded discussion forum work together to discover knowledge about treatments and to keep knowledge discovered over time?. safety concerns. and methodological moderators shed some light on factors that may be important to the success of tailored interventions. R. A. d = . Participants’ intentions to receive the HPV vaccine in the next year were assessed before and after delivery of the intervention and served as the primary outcome variable.124. J. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 2. L. participants in the tailored condition reported greater increases in intentions than did participants in the non-tailored condition.111. web-based interventions on health behaviors. health care professionals. doi: 10..768727 Web-based.38] Gerend. L. Young adult women (N=94. Van Stee.3] LUSTRIA. These results provided further support for the differential benefits of tailored web-based interventions over non- tailored approaches. Implications of these findings and directions for future research are discussed. Findings suggest that tailoring intervention materials to women’s individual barriers is a potentially promising strategy for increasing HPV vaccination among young adult women. k = 21). Journal of Health Communication. and explores the influence of key moderators on treatment outcomes. F(1. Increasing human papillomavirus vaccine acceptability by tailoring messages to young adult women’s perceived barriers.

Lustria/ p.463. & Hinnant.3] LUSTRIA. 21-45. and mammography referral practices. M. While advances in highly targeted therapies and increased use of mammogram services have contributed to the overall decline of breast cancer deaths in the United States. Communication Studies. 61(1).22700 Tailoring. C. A. R... This article reports results of formative research conducted as part of a larger study focused on the participatory development of an electronic reminder system for breast cancer screening. Smith.1002/asi. [Journal Impact Factor: 1. Two random samples of heterosexually active young adults (sample one N = 1. M. Exploring digital divides: An examination of eHealth technology use in health information seeking. S.. & Redmond. Little research has been conducted to tease out the direct effects of tailoring on message processing. M. LUSTRIA. B. J. The efficacy of this approach is based on the assumption that increasing personal relevance motivates greater elaboration. McLaughlin. Participatory design of a health informatics system for rural health practitioners and disadvantaged women.. Glueckauf. M. (2010). poor. personal health information management. S. non-Hispanic African American women have poorer access to cancer services and are less likely to have had a mammogram than are urban women. The current study is an analysis of public service announcements (PSAs) from an effective safer sex campaign that utilized a sensation-seeking targeting (SENTAR) approach. The article discusses insights gained from focus groups with rural patients and clinicians about their information needs. Kazmer. (2010). L. (2011). rural. This paper also discusses implications of these trends on consumer health informatics initiatives in the U... VITA for Mia Liza A. Assessing the relationship between perceived message sensation value and perceived message effectiveness: Analysis of PSAs from an effective campaign. S. A. these benefits have not been distributed equitably. C.3] Noar. Less educated. Palmgreen.. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 2. A. 2243-2255. has been gaining ground as an effective health education approach.1177/1460458211414843. A. doi: 10. L. L. communication and personal health information management in the USA. This paper reports on current trends in web use for health information and communication based on an analysis of the 2007 dataset of the Health Information National Trends Survey. barriers to care. P. I.. Health Informatics Journal.. which is an important precondition for persuasion.3] LUSTRIA.1002/asi. Can tailoring increase elaboration of health messages delivered via an adaptive educational site on adolescent sexual health and decision making? Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. as well as on the evaluation of health consumers’ eHealth technology adoption. & LUSTRIA. Multiple regression analyses examined the impact of (a) . R. Randeree. L. Rosario.1080/10510970903396477. sample two N = 895) viewed different sets of safer sex PSAs on a laptop computer and answered questions about their perceived sensation value and perceived effectiveness. C. Lack of physician recommendations and perceived barriers in accessing diagnostic services are major factors that hinder the uptake of regular mammograms in rural communities. H. (2012). it examines relationships of health consumers’ use of web resources/technologies for health information seeking. M. 63(8). E. 8 Cortese. doi: 10. M. R. the development of health messages based on assessment of key psychosocial variables that influence a prescribed behavior. Hawkins. 1567-1580. doi: 10. 61(11). doi:10..21390...S. 224-243. & Lu. breast cancer screening behaviors. A. Zimmerman. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 2.. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology. S. 17(3). L. In particular. This study examines the effects of a tailored health education site on participants’ evaluations of and elaboration of health messages. M. and patient-provider communication.

VITA for Mia Liza A. LUSTRIA. 30 satisfied the selection criteria. The most common variables for tailoring content were health behaviors and stages of change. This article is a narrative review of Web-based interventions for managing type 2 diabetes published from 2000 to 2007 that utilize Web sites. The most effective systems link medical management and self-management.98] Brown. The level of sophistication of these interventions varied from immediate risk/health assessment. improved feedback.pec. (c) sexual context. A. J. health foci. [SJR (SCImago Journal Rank) Score: 0.023.. health behaviors and situations. Internet technologies that combine the broad reach of mass media with the interactive capabilities of interpersonal media provide a wide range of advantages over standard modes of delivery. doi: 10.2008. electronic medical records.html]. L. S. self-guided health interventions delivered via the Web to date have involved a great diversity of features and formats. these have been significantly correlated with improved health outcomes. videoconference. A. LUSTRIA. (b) individual difference. L. Message tailoring was achieved through a combination mechanisms including: feedback. others have involved complex.. tools for development of self-regulatory skills. tailored web content to full-blown customized health programs. African Americans.. condom users. behavioral interventions implemented and delivered via the Web have been operationalized in a variety of settings. Results: Of 503 studies screened. 156-173. non-condom users. L.net/ir/12-4/paper326. Introduction: We explore predictors of information overload among cancer information seekers who reported having suffered from information overload. (2007). While some programs have been relatively brief and simple. expanding the reach of interventions. and increased engagement. social support. & Rankins. In turn. (2007). M.. Web portals. interactive voice response. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 2.70] Kim.1177/193229680700100615. A. and empowering patients to engage in self-care behaviors. K. and those with less education viewed the PSAs as slightly more effective than males. LUSTRIA. Lustria/ p.1016/j. Burke. Predictors of cancer information overload: Findings from a national survey. M. 892-902. and various mechanisms for providing feedback. and (d) message variables including perceived message sensation value (PMSV) on the perceived message effectiveness (PME) of the PSAs. theory-based tailoring with iterative assessment. PMSV and personal utility emerged as the strongest predictors of PME. L. Practice implications: Our ability to fully optimize the use of computer-assisted tailoring will depend on the development of empirically based guidelines for tailoring across populations. & Glueckauf. Information Research 12(4) paper 326 [Available at http://InformationR.. L. online behavioral intervention studies published from 1996 to early 2007 were selected and reviewed by two independent coders. Objective: This systematic review explores how computer-tailored. Results indicated that females. M. personalization and adaptation. Computer-tailored health interventions delivered over the web: Review and analysis of key components. and those with more education. Caucasians.08. doi: 10.. Patient Education and Counseling 74(2). even after controlling for all of the aforementioned variables. (2009). R. These persons were characterized by socio- . Methods: Computer-tailored. appropriately timed reinforcement of educational messages. and short messaging systems. Kwon. Current endeavors in diabetes care focus on helping patients and providers deal successfully with the complexities of the disease by improving the system of care. 9 demographic. J. L. Cortese. The technical affordances of Web delivery enable individualization or tailoring. Implications for further research on PMSV and perceived and actual effectiveness of PSAs are offered. M. The Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology 1(6). Conclusions: Tailored.. D. N. Noar. Further outcome research is needed to enhance our understanding of how and under what conditions computer-tailoring leads to positive health outcomes in online behavioral interventions. A review of web-assisted interventions for diabetes management: Maximizing the potential for improving health outcomes.

N. low media attentiveness and high affective components of information seeking were associated with overload. respondents' Internet dependency and attitude toward seeking information online were found to have a significant effect on such intentions. Andrews. Messages were especially designed and selected for the target audience (those above the median on a composite sensation- seeking/impulsive-decision-making scale). However. & Horosewski.20557. Method: A secondary analysis was performed of the 2003 Health Information National Trends Survey conducted by the U. which indicates that overload is strongly predicted by health information literacy skills. L. which includes the responses of 3..369 randomly selected participants. doi: 10. Cavendish. & Floyd. Hung-Yi.. LUSTRIA. intensive mass media campaign using televised PSAs can change safer sexual behaviors. R. doi: 10. and behavioral intentions among the target group in the campaign city with no changes in the comparison city..1002/asi. Can interactivity make a difference? Effects of interactivity on the comprehension and attitudes toward online health content. L. (2007). 10 demographic characteristics. The 3-month high-audience-saturation campaign took place in Lexington. cognitive. A bivariate analysis was used to identify factors significantly associated with information overload. M. Analyses indicate significant 5-month increases in condom use. Two hundred twenty-nine (n = 229) students completed the self-administered questionnaires.1089/cpb. A.6] Lu. E.12] LUSTRIA. condom-use self-efficacy. VITA for Mia Liza A. Independent. poor health. Results: Lower socio-economic status. (2007).63] Zimmerman.. D. monthly random samples of 100 individuals were surveyed in each city for 21 months as part of an interrupted-time-series design with a control community. [5- Year Journal Impact Factor: 2. 709-712.9965. was analysed. TN. S. Lustria/ p.. The Internet is increasingly being recognized for its potential for health communication and education. This study evaluates the ability of a safer sex televised public service announcement (PSA) campaign to increase safer sexual behavior among at-risk young adults. L. with 85%-96% reporting viewing one or more PSAs. The strongest predictors were education level and cognitive aspects of information seeking.011 cancer information seekers. Use of the Internet and high media attentiveness. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 3. 766-776. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 0. A cross-sectional survey was conducted in two universities in America between August 1 and September 30. Health Education & Behavior. Hung-Yi.S. National Cancer Institute with 6. 34(5). Kwon. Palmgreen. M. Case. ANOVA analyses found that respondents' Internet self-efficacy had no significant impact on their intentions to seek disaster-related information on the Internet. LUSTRIA. J. 2005. S.2007.. Conclusion: The findings emphasize the importance of health information literacy in coping with information overload and implies the need to design better health information campaigns and delivery systems. health status. O. Journal of the American Society for Information Science & Technology. 810-826. (2007). R. with Knoxville. Cyberpsychology & Behavior 10(5). M. Predictors of online information seeking by international students when disaster strikes their countries.. A subset of this dataset. KY. Noar. Effects of a televised two-city safer sex mass media campaign targeting high sensation-seeking and impulsive decision-making young adults. These factors were then entered in a logistic regression model to identify predictors of overload. A.1177/1090198107299700. A. The results suggest that a carefully targeted.. and affective cancer information seeking. were found not to be associated with overload. B. M. doi: 10. two factors usually thought to cause overload. P. 58(6). M. health information and communication environment and behavioural. L. E. S. Data indicate high campaign exposure among the target audience.. The perceived relative advantage of the Internet over other media is its cost-effectiveness . L. as a comparison city. This study explores factors influencing international students' likelihood of using the Internet to seek disaster-related information should a disaster affect their countries..

teenagers). Palmgreen. and previously published reviews yielded 21 Web sites that met criteria. LUSTRIA. and whether individual differences might moderate such effects. A. In addition. doi:10. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 1.1016/j. which in turn contribute to its persuasive capabilities. VITA for Mia Liza A. Review of interactive safer sex websites on the Internet: Practice and potential. Health Communication. (2005). including sexual sensation seeking and sexual impulsive decision making. However. safer sex messages presented. raising the perceived threat of sexually transmitted diseases and HIV was the most prevalent theoretical strategy used to motivate safer sex.. a moderate amount of interactivity was found on the Web sites.05 for both). 31(3). & LUSTRIA. and presents implications for the effective design of online health content. L. The article also discusses insights into the role of interactivity on online health communications. those developing and implementing health communication campaigns may find sexual sensation seeking and sexual impulsive decision making to be fruitful variables on which to target messages aimed at increasing safer sexual behavior.2005.acalib. O. R.01. Cole. A. M. P. this potential cannot be realized if Web sites do not utilize the features that make the Internet a "hybrid" mass and interpersonal communication medium. L. C. The SPARC initiative: A survey of participants and features analysis of their journals.. & Horosewski. Zimmerman. and condom use behaviors. S. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 2.. theoretical strategies utilized. including carrying.g. . Web sites were coded on dimensions including targeting of the Web sites. Journal of Academic Librarianship.25) in condom use behaviors. Integrating personality and psychosocial theoretical approaches to understanding safer sexual behavior: Implications for message design. the most prevalent safer sex messages were to "use condoms" and "be sexually abstinent". Health Communication. A. (2006). S. doi: 10. Ironically. and other characteristics.93. S. with most Web sites containing 4 or 5 features out of 15 features examined.. 236-246. links from well-known sites.69] LUSTRIA.. 11 and interactivity. interactivity. M. [5-Year Journal Impact Factor: 1. 233-241. The findings suggest that interactivity can significantly affect comprehension as well as attitudes towards health Web sites. Average Absolute Standardized Residuals=. with each explaining 25% of the variance (R²=. L. M. psychosocial variables. N=746. 19(2). The purpose of this study was to examine interactive safer sex Web sites on a number of dimensions.004. & Case. L. Clark. doi: 10.3] Noar. M.69] Noar. Implications of these results for improving safer sex Web sites and developing interventions online are discussed. An experiment was conducted to examine the effects of Web interactivity on comprehension of and attitudes towards two health Web sites.1207/s15327027hc2003_3 The Internet is increasingly being viewed as a health promotion tool with enormous potential.. City 2. norms. 20(3). 165-174. A. and finally. M. N=743).1207/s15327027hc1902_8 The purpose of this study was to propose and conduct tests of a multivariate model of condom use utilizing data from 2 independent samples of young adults (City 1. D. Two sites on skin cancer were designed with different levels of interactivity and randomly assigned to 441 undergraduate students (aged 18-26) at a large southeastern university. communicating about. (2006). including condom attitudes. we are nowhere nearer understanding how interactivity affects processing of health information and its contribution in terms of health outcomes. M. A comprehensive search that included Internet search engines.. and using condoms.. The model examined the relations between personality characteristics. Structural equation modeling analyses indicated a good fit for both models (Confirmatory Fit Index=. despite its potential. and self-efficacy. Results indicate that a moderate amount of targeting of Web sites exists. Results support the fusion of personality and psychosocial approaches to gain a broader theoretical understanding of condom use in young adults. especially on age group (e. Lustria/ p.. Evidence that Web sites were tailoring information or messages to individuals was not found.

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April). Hung-yi. (International) LUSTRIA. (2006). Toronto. Barnes. What Influences International Students’ Disaster-Related Information Seeking Online If a Disaster Hits their Country? Paper presented at the 2006 ALISE Conference in San Antonio. (2007. A. & Brown. Saratoga Springs. P. L. (National) LUSTRIA. R. & Palmgreen. Panel presented at the 2007 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference. LUSTRIA. Seals. M. May). L. A. (International) Davis. M.. R. (National) . L. Paper presented at the Fifty Fifth Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. (National) LUSTRIA. & Case. Paper presented at the Fifty Fifth Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. LUSTRIA. & Floyd. Hung-Yi. (2005. (2008).. A.). S. P. Cole. In Grove. & Strothman. Palmgreen. LUSTRIA. Nov. L. NY. Austin. J. Noar. (2006). January). L. M.. (Eds. L. Seals. Cape Town.. L. If You Build It. (2005. S. Paper presented at the 2005 ALISE Conference.. M.. New York. Online Health Information Seeking Behavior of Young Adults: Comparing Individuals from Both Sides of the Digital Divide. D. Kwon. Paper presented at the 91st Annual Convention of the National Communication Association in Boston. & LUSTRIA. M. L. S. A.. Lawrence. R. Paper presented at Mednet 2006 11th World Congress on Internet in Medicine. Barnes. J. (International) Noar.. T... What makes an effective HIV prevention public service announcement? A test of four theoretically-driven approaches. Case. K. Kim. K. M. Paper presented at the Seventh International AIDS Impact Conference. Review of Interactive Safer Sex Websites on the Internet: Practice & Potential.. L. LUSTRIA. (moderator) (2006. A. A. L. and They Come Will They Stay? Proceedings for the 6th Annual Conference of the Association of Diabetes Science and Technology. M. A.. Developing Student Leaders to Invent the Future. (2005. New York. L... Oct. Nahyun. (2005. (National) Dahlberg.. R. A. January). R. (organizer). Effects of a televised 2-city mass media campaign targeting risk-taking heterosexually active young adults.. C.. D. Cavendish. Ontario. New York.. (National) Davis. M. L. Orlando.. M. Boston. Panel presented at the 2006 American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. L. TX.. Lustria/ p.. Texas. (2006). Texas. B. Andrew.. Massachusetts. Promoting Health Literacy Online: Can Interactivity Really Make a Difference? Paper presented at the Fifty Fifth Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. New York. A. (2006. Hung-Yi. A. L. O. M. T... Florida.. Proceedings of the 38th AEEE/IEEE: Frontiers in Education Conference. 3-8). Short-term results of a televised two-city safer sex mass media campaign targeting high sensation-seeking and impulsive decision-making young adults. New York. May). Rorrer. B. Proceedings 69th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Information Science and Technology (ASIST) 43. M. (National) Noar. LUSTRIA. The STARS Leadership Corps: Case Studies in Broadening Participation in Computing. Palmgreen. A. L. S.. L. L. Massachusetts. Austin. L. M. South Africa.. T. 17-20). S. November). (International) Zimmerman. Burke. & Brown. M. Andrews. LUSTRIA. Health Information Seeking in the E-Health Era: Evidence from the National Cancer Institute's Health Information National Trends Survey (HINTS). D. L. LUSTRIA.. K.. L.. L. Retrieving e-Health Research: The Challenge of Accessing the Knowledge. & LUSTRIA. R. S. L. M. A. Zimmerman. Clark. & Hung-Yi. Retrieving e-Health Research: The Challenge of Accessing the Knowledge. A.. M. M.. O. L.. (International) Zimmerman. Canada. M. VITA for Mia Liza A. Boyer. L. P. A. S. (2005. May).. (International) Lu. Noar.. L. M.. & Hawkes. T. A. 15 Dahlberg. LUSTRIA. N. (2005. S. & Horosewski. New York. A.. C. & Horosewski.. (National) Brown. S.

(Apr 16-18. Tennessee. (Local) Refereed Poster Presentations LUSTRIA. Virginia (International) Oh. A. (Apr 16-18. 2015) Efficacy of a Tailored Intervention to Promote STD Screening Among At-Risk Young Adults. L. I. 2013) A Pilot Study of a Web-Based Tailored Intervention to Promote STD Screening Among College Students.A. Poster presented at the 3rd Biennial D. (Apr 16-18. (Regional) LUSTRIA. M. Paper presented at the 26th Annual Research Conference of the College of Communication and Information. L. K. L. University of Tennessee. K. & McLaughlin. (March 28-30. M. D. & Schmitt. VITA for Mia Liza A... M. Kentucky... A. Schmitt.. A.. M. Zhao. Virginia (International) Cortese. L. P. A. Fairfax. Kung. C. (Regional) Noar. (Apr 14-16. Libby-Cooley. L. C. Computer-Mediated Scholarly Communication: The Social Shaping of Scientific Communication in the Information Age... M. Paper presented at the 2003 National HIV Prevention Conference. & LUSTRIA. A.. Lustria/ p.S.. J. Virginia (International) LUSTRIA. Matuza. A..C. M. L. & Cupp. L. L. A.. Shaikh. S.. Gerend. L. University of Kentucky. (2002). LUSTRIA. 2016) ActNOW: A Feasibility Study of a Tailored Diagnostic Tool for Perinatal Depression. (Apr 16-18. Poster presented at the 2014 Minority Health and Health Disparities Grantees’ Conference. LUSTRIA. 2015) Young Adults’ Perceptions About At-Home STD Testing: Implications for STD Screening Interventions. M. Schmitt. M. Scientific Communities at the Borderlands of the Information Age: New Communication Technologies and the Challenge for a New Scholarly Communication Model. A.. M. & McLaughlin... S. University of Kentucky. L. Health Communication Conference (DCHC 2015). Kung. Lexington. L. A. Health Communication Conference (DCHC 2015).. Cortese. J.. L. Poster presented at the 3rd Biennial D. Knoxville. & McLaughlin. Georgia. Fairfax.. Fairfax. S. Palmgreen. Atlanta. L. Young-Clark. M. 2015) Best Practices for Designing Web and Mobile Technology-Based Psycho-Educational Interventions for Depression: A Systematic Review. (National) LUSTRIA. Kazmer.. Zimmerman. J. (2003). Poster presented at the 3rd Biennial D.. K. L.. Development of a safer sex mass media campaign targeting high sensation-seeking and impulsive decision-making young adults. J. C. A... LUSTRIA. (2004). M. M. D. (2003). Virginia (International) Rivers.A. C. A.B. Park.. Fairfax. R.. Ralston. & Flynn. Poster presented at the Kentucky Conference on Health Communication in Lexington. M.. Poster presented at the 3rd Biennial D. Poster presented at the 62nd . M. Maryland (National) LUSTRIA.. (Dec. Virginia (International) – TOP PAPER AWARD Cortese.. S. M. Fairfax. Health Communication Conference (DCHC 2015). K. Littles. A. National Harbor. M. Kentucky. & Hendrickse... S. 16 LUSTRIA. 2014) Florida Alliance Health Equity Scholars Program.C.. Kentucky. M.. M. Anderson. Paper presented at the Communication Graduate Student Symposium. K. and Harris. M. Lexington. A.C. (Local) LUSTRIA.. Allard.. 2012) Measuring Effects of Tailoring on Elaboration of Health Messages Related to Teen Sexual Health and Decision-Making. (May 24-28. 1-3. A. Kung. M.M. Cortese. Health Communication Conference (DCHC 2015).C. Poster presented at the 2013 District of Columbia Health Communication Conference. J. P. 2015) Do I Have an STD?”: Capturing Concerns About Sexually Transmitted. Schmitt.. H. Wanted Filipino Bride: A Case Study of an Unconventional Interracial Marriage. M. A. Paper presented at the Communication Graduate Student Symposium. P. LUSTRIA.

M. Vancouver. L. M. Lessons Learned from the Participatory Design of an Electronic Reminder System to Improve Breast Cancer Screening Among Rural.. Washington. Kung.. L. (National) LUSTRIA.. A. M. Poster presented at the 2009 American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting.. Canada. Kazmer.. 11-13). Tailored Health Intervention Programs for Nutrition and Physical Activity on Clinical Outcomes: A Systemic Review. A.. A. Poster presented at the 2012 National STD Prevention Conference in Minneapolis. J. S. Kentucky. McLaughlin. Poster presented at the 2009 American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting.. Glueckauf. M. Poster presented at the 2012 National STD Prevention Conference in Minneapolis. G. M. Canada. Canada.... Randeree. & LUSTRIA.. Measuring Effects of Web-based. I. S. Rosario. A. J. R .. Kim. R. Nov. & Redmond. & Redmond. Hawkins. B.. K. British Columbia. Participatory Design of an Electronic Reminder System to Improve Breast Cancer Screening Among Underserved Populations. Vancouver. (March 12-15. Rosario. C. M. A. M. C.. (International) Burnett.L. June 22-26). L. G.. B. Rosario... Kentucky. Interactive poster presented 60th Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. E.. L. Short-Term Results of a Randomized Controlled . (International) Lee.. J. B. R. L. Phoenix. Seattle. Randeree. Cortese. Kazmer. (Regional) LUSTRIA. K. I. Frost. J.. Singapore. 6-11) PatientsLikeMe: Social Norms and Information Values in an Online Health Support Group.. I. M. (Regional) – TOP PAPER AWARD Schmitt. Vancouver. M. & McLaughlin. A. M. C. M. & Redmond. R ... . VITA for Mia Liza A. S. L. Aug. Kim. (2009. M. M. (International) LUSTRIA.. C. I.. & LUSTRIA. LUSTRIA. (April 19-21.L. & LUSTRIA. J. J. Georgia. (International) LUSTRIA. M..L. Lustria/ p... E. Glueckauf. (2010.. (2011.A. Frost. & Ma.. M. J. Poster presented at the 2010 National Conference on Health Communication. (2009. Cortese. (March 12-15.. & McLaughlin. E. M.. LUSTRIA. G. Poster presented at the 2009 American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. J. Randeree. C. & Conrad. L. Kung.. (National) Torres. McLaughlin. Hawkins. PatientsLikeMe: ALS Patients Sharing Experiences and Personal Health Information Online.. LUSTRIA. J. Investigating the WAHI: A Randomized Control Trial of an Online Interactive Tailored Video Intervention for STD Awareness. J. J. L.. C. Poster presented at the 2010 Kentucky Conference on Health Communication. Hawkins. April 22-23).. 17-19). Aug. MN. & Ma. British Columbia. J. M. J. Cortese. Kazmer. Nov. Testing the Wahi: The Efficacy of Online Interactive Videos in Delivering Health Content... (2009. Arizona (International) Cortese. June 12-14). Nov. A. Cortese. Atlanta.. Kazmer... Glueckauf. M. R. British Columbia. L. Rosario. Hallam.. Stine. A. B. . Burnett. 2012). 2012) Development of An Innovative Web-Based Tailored Messaging System Aimed At Increasing College Students' Uptake and Submission of Self-Collected STD Specimens for Testing. Underserved Populations. C. Kazmer. C. (National) Schmitt. 6-11). (2009. McLaughlin. Stine. LUSTRIA. Singapore. Marketing and Media. Health Consumers’ Intentions to Use a Patient Health Portal: What Do College Students Tell Us? Poster presented at the 2011 Annual Research Meeting of AcademyHealth... 17 Annual Conference of the International Communication Association. (National) Cortese. M. C. Stine. M. A. M. 2012) STD Screening Intervention for Risky Young Adults: Comparing Online Tailored Messaging to Generic Online Order Processes.. 6-11). A. A. R. (2010. MN. L. L. (2010. Poster presented at the 2012 Kentucky Conference on Health Communication in Lexington. M.. J. Lexington. M.

Stine. Chicago... Nov.. Rosario. L. Sept. Cortese.... All Computer-Tailored Online Health Interventions are Not Created Equal. A. S. L. Chicago. VITA for Mia Liza A. A... J. Randeree. & Torres. L. (National) Torres. & Lee. Wisconsin. Oct. 11-13).. LUSTRIA. L.. M. L. & Redmond. Poster presented at the Critical Issues in eHealth Research Conference. L. McLaughlin. L. M. R. Plotnikova. McLaughlin. L.. Davis.. M. Poster presented at the 2009 National Conference on Health Communication. Anderson. June 28-30). A. I. R. Smith. S. LUSTRIA. Florida. Orlando. Poster presented at the 2007 American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting... Maryland. Hawkins. R. L. Poster presented at the 2009 Annual Research Meeting of the Academy of Health. Illinois. J. Mahabi. Aug. & Green. (National) LUSTRIA. Chicago.. & Redmond. Will They Stay? Poster presented at the Sixth Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting. L. 14 - 19). Oct. Georgia. M. (June 28-30) Chicago.. A. (2009. (2004. Short- Term Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial Testing the Effects of Tailored Health Education on Comprehension and Elaboration. J.. B. Cortese. & Redmond. M. A. 2-4). I. (2007. & Davis. (National) Davis. K.. & Redmond. Georgia. LUSTRIA. LUSTRIA. I. (2009) STEER: Encouraging Breast Cancer Screening Behaviors Among Rural Women Using a Tailored Reminder System. M... L. 18-25). Underserved Populations.. (National) LUSTRIA.. Poster presented at the 2009 Annual Research Meeting of the Academy of Health.. Toronto. Participatory Design of an Electronic Reminder System for Breast Cancer Screening: Physician Perspectives.. (National) LUSTRIA. (2006. Anderson. M. 18 Trial of a Reminder System for Breast Cancer Screening Tailored for Rural. Milwaukee. L. Retrieving e-Health Research: The Challenge of Accessing the Knowledge. I.. R.L. Atlanta. Poster presented at the 2009 Annual Research Meeting of the Academy of Health. (2009) Health IT: A Study on Variables that Influence the Use of Technology Over Time. M. Illinois. Poster presented at the Academy of Health Annual Research Meeting. M. Davis. (2006. A Meta- Analysis of Tailored Web-Based Intervention Studies. Bethesda. Illinois. Glueckauf.. June 28-30). (International) Burke. (National) LUSTRIA. C... & Brown. Hawkins. Poster presented at the 2009 National Conference on Health Communication. L. 11-12). Lustria/ p.. Nov. (National) LUSTRIA. L. Cortese. A.. M. Canada. B.. Cortese. (2009.com: A Computer-Tailored Approach for Human Sexuality Education for Middle Schoolers.. Glueckauf. Atlanta. If You Build It and They Come. S. E.B. A. A. A. C. M. L. A. June 3-5). Poster presented at the 2009 Annual Research Meeting of the Academy of Health. Poster presented at the 2009 Annual Research Meeting of the Academy of Health. (2006. 12-17). L. McLaughlin. B. Randeree. (2009. S... Georgia. Ready4Changes. M. A.M. M.. (International) LUSTRIA. & Brown. J. L. R. L. A. J. L. L. (2007. Illinois. Poster presented at Mednet 2006: 11th World Congress on Internet in Medicine of the Society for Internet in Medicine. (National) LUSTRIA.. & Bae. Kazmer. C.. June 28-30). Rosario. J. C. A. (June 28-30) Chicago.. M. C.. L. Kazmer. C. McLaughlin. Atlanta. Illinois. (National) LUSTRIA. Promoting Health Literacy Using Interactive Web Technologies: Examining the Effects of Interactivity on Comprehension using an Individual Differences Perspective . A. Marketing and Media.. M. Glueckauf. S. M. E. D. M. R. Rosario... R. M. Rosario. E. 10 Years of E-Health: Characteristics of Successful Internet-Based Health Interventions. L. R. R. Brown.. (2009. B. Marketing and Media. A.. Increasing Physician Adoption of Information Technology.. Noar. V. E. L. M. C. (National) Brown. Randeree.

Kazmer. College of Human Sciences. R. A. C. A. M. Providence. Paper presented at the Conference on Healthcare Communication in the New Media Landscape. San Francisco. L.. Lauderdale. L. A. I. (Regional) LUSTRIA. A. Matuza. Zimmerman. Poster presented at the Florida Health Disparities Research Invitational Summit. Get Ahead of Other Graduates: How to Create an Online Portfolio. A. L. L. 26). L.. 6-9). S. March).. & Webster. Glueckauf. rational decision-making as moderators of perceived effectiveness of HIV/STD public service announcements. San Diego. Philippines. (National) LUSTRIA. M. Lauderdale. Disadvantaged Women Via a Tailored Reminder System (Using Participatory Approaches for Designing Health Informatics Systems for Application in Rural Settings). Palmgreen. (Regional) LUSTRIA. Paper presented at the University of the Philippine’s College of Development Communication Undergraduate Seminar. (International) LUSTRIA. B. 19 (Research Design and Preliminary Results). M. S. Florida. Charlotte. M. Ft. Aug. Philippines. North Carolina. S. Designing Interactive Health Interventions. (National) Zimmerman. Scholarly Publishing at the Crossroads: Prospects for Change. I. Sept. L. 19-20). Noar. Paper presented at the 2007 STARS Celebration Conference. (National) Invited Presentations and Symposia LUSTRIA. 10-15). P. Athens. Disadvantaged Women Via a Tailored Reminder System (Information Needs and Perceived Barriers to Preventive Care). Missouri. Research Perspectives in Consumer Health Informatics & Measurement Issues.. Randeree. M. A... LUSTRIA.. & Matuza. M.. & Webster. Poster presented at the Florida Health Disparities Research Invitational Summit. Oct. Rhode Island.. Poster presented at the One Hundred and Thirty-First Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association.. L. (Local) . S. Rosario. (2008. LUSTRIA. P. (2004.. Florida State University. (National) Noar. M. Paper presented at the CONNECT: Public Relations & Social Media Conference of the Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication. E. University of Georgia. M. L. L. A. (2006.. A. California. L. Randeree. Poster presented at the 2004 American Society for Information Science and Technology Annual Meeting. (2007. Columbia. R. R. & Allard. (2004). July 7). (2003). Sensation seeking and impulsive vs. M. (2008. (2010. Jan. A... R. M. M. Louisiana. Florida.. New Orleans. June 17-19). A. Research Perspectives in Consumer Health Informatics. M. (2010. (International) LUSTRIA. Florida.. Laguna. Palmgreen. Supporting Breast Cancer Screening Needs of Rural. M. (Regional) LUSTRIA. M. Laguna. M. A. M. July 9). Glueckauf. 26).. Supporting Breast Cancer Screening Needs of Rural.. L. M. C. A. McLaughlin. L. Review of Interactive eHealth Interventions for Individuals with Chronic Diseases: Key Issues & Future Directions. Ft. L.. McLaughlin. (Regional) Glueckauf. Understanding condom use in young adults: Integrating personality and psychosocial theoretical approaches. Poster presented at the Fifty Fourth Annual Conference of the International Communication Association.. & LUSTRIA. L. M. L. Oct. E. Lustria/ p. L. M. Kazmer. R. Los Banos. California. Los Banos. A. Gaining a Competitive Edge in Today’s Job Market Using ePortfolios. Poster presented at the 2004 ALISE Conference.. (2008. S. Georgia. Tallahassee. (International) LUSTRIA. VITA for Mia Liza A. B. A. Paper presented at the University of the Philippine’s College of Development Communication Graduate Research Seminar. Nutrition Informatics Seminar.. (2007. Rosario.

(Co-PI). A. L. A. 2011 – August 5. 2004 – Mar 31. A. LUSTRIA. A.500. Total award: $24. P. M. “Journalism Quality Enhancement Project. (Co-PI).200. “Evaluation of a Web-Based STD Risk Assessment Tool Tailored for At-Risk Young Adults (Phase 2 of the RU@Risk Intervention. 2015) Total award: $91. L. Health Informatics Seminar. LUSTRIA. (Jun-Aug 2006). “Targeting Mass Media Campaigns for Risky Sexual Behavior. L. Total award: $61. A. (PI) LUSTRIA. Total award: $3. A.” Planning Grant funded by Florida State University. Total award: $14. M. College of Human Sciences. (2005.” Funded by University of Kentucky. M. Funded by Jacobs Foundation Information Technology Dissertation Grant. Total award: $12. 2006 – Nov 30. 30. (May 1. LUSTRIA. Contracts and Grants Submitted Newman. (Fall 2007 – Spr 2008). 2014-Jan. Promotion and Education: Experiences and Expectations. A. 2007 – June 30. A. A. A. Florida. LUSTRIA. (Co-PI). (Co-PI) “Facilitating the Development of the Scientific Workforce to Address Health Disparities in Florida” Submitted to AETNA Foundation (Feb. (July 1. LUSTRIA. & Burdette. November). (Mentor/Supervisor).” First Year Assistant Professor Grant funded by Florida State University. (Mar 1. Barnes (PI). A. (May 1 – Sept. Cortese. (PI). (PI). M. 2010). Total award: $3 M.000.” Funded by National Science Foundation (Sub-contract with UNC-Charlotte).” Funded by National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Mental Health. J.. J. 2005). (Research Assistant). “Development of an Interactive Tailored Video Intervention on Parent/Teen Communication” Planning Grant funded by the FSU Council on Research Creativity (Apr 2010 – Mar 2011). A. M. “REUs in Consumer Health Informatics Research. (Jun 28. 20 LUSTRIA. VITA for Mia Liza A. LUSTRIA. M. FL Department of Health.000. M. A. L. 2004). 2007). Lustria/ p. (Dec 01. L. “Can Interactivity Make a Difference? Effects of Interactivity on Young Adults’ Comprehension of Online Health Content” (Dissertation Project). M. 2006 – Aug 25. M. L. (Senior Research Assistant). “Broadening Participation in Computing. A. M. Total award: $9. Total award: $15. L.” New Investigator Research funded by Bankhead Coley Cancer Research Program.000. 2001 – May 31.000. Kim. (consultant) “Community- Based Participatory Research Approach to Utilizing Social Media for Increased Team Sport . L. Interactive Technologies for Health Communication. Tallahassee. A. (PI). (PI). L.” Funded by National Science Foundation (Sub-contract through STARS Alliance UNC-Charlotte). “10 Years of E-Health: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Research on Internet-Based Health Interventions and their Effects on Health Outcomes. 2005). L. M. “Testing the Effects of Computer-Tailoring on the Elaboration and Comprehension of Online Health Content Using an Individual Differences Perspective. A. LUSTRIA. with LUSTRIA. L. LUSTRIA.000.510. (PI). Littles. L. Total award: $12. (PI). M.000. (Local) Contracts and Grants Contracts and Grants Funded Ralston. Florida State University. Zimmerman (PI). A. 2007). Coutts. “Participatory Design & Evaluation of STEER: A Clinic-Based Tool to Help Health Providers Support Breast Cancer Care Needs in Rural Florida.” Committee on Faculty Research Support funded by FSU-CRC (May 9. LUSTRIA. L..00. LUSTRIA. 2011). C.. Total award: $348.596. M.

S. U01 (submitted 2015). (Co-PI). LUSTRIA. M.500. (Co-PI).000. L. A.000 (Developmental Projects Fund). “Adolescent WORLDS: A Family and Consumer Sciences Curriculum for Middle Schools”. “Targeting Mass Media & New Technology to Reduce STIs in Minority Young Adults” Submitted to the National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Mental Health. (Jun 2008-July 2010). (PI).000 (R21). Gerend. Florida”. A.S. E. M. A. “SciencPrep: Strengthening Scientific Preparation for Students in the Human Sciences: An Emerging National Model”. A. Total amount requested: $200. L. Submitted to U. (Co-PI). M. 21 Participation Among Socially-Disadvantaged Youth in Tallahassee.000. (Co-I). Total amount requested: $1. (Co-PI) and Slate. M.000. LUSTRIA. (Co-PI) “Patient-Centered Engagement for Perinatal Depression” Submitted to the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (requested start date Aug. (PI).500. Total amount requested: $200. A. A. National Institutes of Health. LUSTRIA. L. Submitted to Robert Wood Johnson Foundation for funding. Total amount requested: $250. M. A. M. “Ready4Changes: Developing a Tailored Web-Based Educational System to Optimize Comprehension in a Complex Science Domain” Submitted to the Institute of Education Sciences (Mar 2009 – Apr 2012) Total amount requested: $1. Department of Agriculture for funding. (Co-PI) “Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Web- Based Interactive Tailored Intervention to Promote HPV Vaccination Among Young Adult Women” Submitted to the University of Michigan Center for Excellence in Cancer Communication Research (requested start date Sept 2012-Aug 2013) Total amount requested: $50. Department of Agriculture for funding. Total amount requested: $200. L. (Jun 2007-Jul 2009). M. Lustria/ p. LUSTRIA. L. M. “Ready4Changes: Developing a Tailored Web-Based Educational System to Optimize Comprehension in a Complex Science Domain” Submitted to the Institute of Education Sciences (Jul 2010 – Jun 2013) [resubmission] Total amount requested: $1.7 million. LUSTRIA. Zimmerman (PI).000.000. S. “SciencPrep: Strengthening Scientific Preparation for Students in the Human Sciences: An Emerging National Model”. H. (PI). (Sept 2010 – Aug 2015). Submitted to U. L. (Jan 2007-Dec 2009).500. 2015-July 2015) Total amount requested: $2. M.000. Total amount requested: $5. Rankins (PI). LUSTRIA. L. Ralston (PI). L.000. Contracts and Grants Not Funded Flynn. (PI) and LUSTRIA. Ralston (PI). LUSTRIA. (Co-PI). Submitted to U. L. L.000. LUSTRIA. (Co-I). (Sept 2010 – Aug 2015). LUSTRIA. A. Total amount requested: $200. A. “Novel translation of a group intervention for HIV+ women via web conferencing” Submitted to the National Institutes of Health/National Institute of Mental Health.000. (PI) and Gerend. (May 2008-Apr 2010). Department of Agriculture for funding. VITA for Mia Liza A.H. LUSTRIA.000. M. (Co-I). M. M. (Co-PI).S. L. M. “Ready4Changes: Testing the Effects of an Avatar-Based Quiz Game to Educate Adolescents about Puberty and Human Sexuality”. Marhefka. A. . A. “Web-based Tailored Intervention Designed to Encourage Uptake of HPV Vaccinations Among Female Young Adults” Submitted to the National Institutes of Health (requested start date Apr 2012-Apr 2014) Total amount requested: $275.

chair of Info Use Track in 2011) • National Communication Association Conference (Since 2006) • International Communication Association Conference (Since 2005) • Association of Library and Information Science Educators Conference (2005) . VITA for Mia Liza A. Lustria/ p. 22 Service Service to the Profession Reviewer for Grant Applications • Associate Editor for Advances in Information Sciences section of the Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology (since 2017) • Scientific Review Panel for ZonMW (Netherlands) (Since 2016) • Scientific Review Panel for Dutch Cancer Society (Since 2015) • Scientific Review Panel for State University of New York – Downstate (2015) • Scientific Review Panel for Pennsylvania Department of Health (Since 2013) • Scientific Review Panel for Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (Since 2013) • Scientific Review Panel for NIH/Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (Since 2012) • FSU Council on Research & Creativity Grants Program (2007) Committee Memberships • Track Chair for Program Committee. 2011 Annual Meeting for the American Society for Information Science and Technology Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Journals • Journal of Applied Gerontology (Since 2015) • Journal of Media Psychology (Since 2014) • Health Communication (Since 2013) • Communication Research (Since 2012) • Health Education Research (Since 2012) • BMC Public Health (Since 2011) • Journal of Health Education Research (Since 2011) • Development Communication Journal (2011) • Journal of the American Society for Information Society and Technology (Since 2010) • Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology (Since 2010) • Journal of Medical Internet Research (Since 2010) • Journal of Applied Communication Research (Since 2010) • Journal of Health Communication (Since 2009) • Patient Education and Counseling (Since 2008) Reviewer for Peer-Reviewed Conference Papers • ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (2011) • iSchool Conference (Since 2011) • American Society for Information Science and Technology (Since 2009.

FSU Service Learning Program College 2014-2015 Member. CCI Academic Affairs Committee Since 2011 Faculty Advisor. Leadership Team. iSchool Education Committee 2013 Member. Northwest Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NWFCCC) 2006 - 2008 Consultant. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology Since Fall 2012 Member. TMH Faith Community Health Ministry 2008 - 2009 Member. Health Promotions Work Group of HDR Advisory Committee 2007 - 2008 Steering Committee Member. Interdisciplinary Committee. STARS Alliance . Faculty Advisory Committee of the FSU Service Learning Program 2006 - 2008 Member. Health Disparities Research Advisory Committee (convened by the Florida Center for Universal Research to Eradicate Disease of the FL Department of Health) 2011 Group Leader. Florida IT Career (FITC) Alliance 2014 - 2015 Member. CCI and iSchool P&T Committees 2014-2015 Member. Research Experiences for Undergraduates 2006 – 2007 Member. VITA for Mia Liza A. Leadership Committee. University Promotion and Tenure Committee Since 2013 Member. TMH Breast Cancer Patient Navigator Program Service to Florida State University University 2016 Member. CCI Student Awards Committee 2012-2015 Program Chair. Lustria/ p. Operations Committee for the Florida Health Equity Research Institute (HERI) Since 2011 Member. GPC Sub-Committee (School of Communication Disorders QER Review) Since 2014 Member. Steering Committee for the Florida Health Equity Research Institute (HERI) Since 2013 Member. Women in IT Sharing Experiences (WISE) 2007 – 2008 Mentor. FSU Liberal Studies Board 2006 - 2008 Member. Florida Medical and Consumer Health Information Network Service to the Community 2008 Board Member. 23 Service to the Community Service to the State Since 2013 Member. iSchool Merit Review Committee 2012-2014 iSchool Representative.

24 2006 – 2007 Academic Liaison.) . Opinion Strategies. Inc. Literacy (CVL) Phase II-IV Prototype Project (Health Media. Undergraduate Program Committee Consultations 2010 Social Media and User Experience Consultant for Social Security Administration Usability Training (FocusOnU. Inc. Values. STARS Alliance Since 2005 Member.) 2006 – 2007 AstraZeneca TIPS Culture. VITA for Mia Liza A. FSU Student Leadership Corps. Lustria/ p.