Riley, A. H., Sangalang, A., Critchlow, E., Brown, N., Mitra, R., & Nesme, B. C. (2021). Entertainment-education campaigns and COVID-19: How three global organizations adapted the health communication strategy for pandemic response and takeaways for the future. Health Communication, 36(1), 42-49.
Riley, A.H., Sood, S., & Sani, M. (2019). Narrative persuasion and social norms in entertainment-education: Results from a radio drama in Mozambique. Health Communication, 35(8), 1023-1032.
Riley, A. H., Sood, S., Mazumdar, P. D., Choudary, N. N., Malhotra, A., & Sahba, N.(2017). Encoded exposure and social norms in entertainment-education. Journal of Health Communication, 22(1), 66-74.
Riley, A. H., Sood, S., & Robichaud, M. (2017). Participatory methods for Entertainment–Education: Analysis of best practices. Journal of Creative Communications, 12(1), 62-76.
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Mercier, R. J., Senter, K., Webster, R., & Riley, A.H. (2020). Instagram users' experiences of miscarriage. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 135(1), 166-173.
Borum Chattoo, C., Feldman, L., & Riley, A.H. (2020). The role of different TV storytelling approaches in engaging U.S. Hispanic parents and caregivers around early childhood development. International Journal of Communication, 14, 24-45.
Riley, A.H., & Borum Chattoo, C. (2019). Developing multimedia social impact entertainment programming for Hispanics in the United States. The Journal of Development Communication, 30(2), 16-29.
Ataiants, J., Cohen, C., Riley, A.H., Lieberman, J.T., Reidy, M.C., & Chilton, M. (2018). Unaccompanied children at the United States border, a human rights crisis that can be addressed with policy change. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 20(4), 1000-1010.