A citation-based method for searching scientific literature

Rebecca A Ferrer, Jennifer M Taber, William M P Klein, Peter R Harris, Katie L Lewis, Leslie G Biesecker. Cogn Emot 2015
Times Cited: 23







List of co-cited articles
128 articles co-cited >1



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Information Avoidance Tendencies, Threat Management Resources, and Interest in Genetic Sequencing Feedback.
Jennifer M Taber, William M P Klein, Rebecca A Ferrer, Katie L Lewis, Peter R Harris, James A Shepperd, Leslie G Biesecker. Ann Behav Med 2015
27
56

The impact of self-affirmation on health-behavior change: a meta-analysis.
Tracy Epton, Peter R Harris, Rachel Kane, Guido M van Koningsbruggen, Paschal Sheeran. Health Psychol 2015
94
39

Motivators for participation in a whole-genome sequencing study: implications for translational genomics research.
Flavia M Facio, Stephanie Brooks, Johanna Loewenstein, Susannah Green, Leslie G Biesecker, Barbara B Biesecker. Eur J Hum Genet 2011
96
34

The ClinSeq Project: piloting large-scale genome sequencing for research in genomic medicine.
Leslie G Biesecker, James C Mullikin, Flavia M Facio, Clesson Turner, Praveen F Cherukuri, Robert W Blakesley, Gerard G Bouffard, Peter S Chines, Pedro Cruz, Nancy F Hansen,[...]. Genome Res 2009
201
34


Dispositional optimism and perceived risk interact to predict intentions to learn genome sequencing results.
Jennifer M Taber, William M P Klein, Rebecca A Ferrer, Katie L Lewis, Leslie G Biesecker, Barbara B Biesecker. Health Psychol 2015
18
38

The psychology of change: self-affirmation and social psychological intervention.
Geoffrey L Cohen, David K Sherman. Annu Rev Psychol 2014
216
30

Risk as feelings.
G F Loewenstein, E U Weber, C K Hsee, N Welch. Psychol Bull 2001
26

Perceived ambiguity as a barrier to intentions to learn genome sequencing results.
Jennifer M Taber, William M P Klein, Rebecca A Ferrer, Paul K J Han, Katie L Lewis, Leslie G Biesecker, Barbara B Biesecker. J Behav Med 2015
28
26

Intentions to receive individual results from whole-genome sequencing among participants in the ClinSeq study.
Flavia M Facio, Haley Eidem, Tyler Fisher, Stephanie Brooks, Amy Linn, Kimberly A Kaphingst, Leslie G Biesecker, Barbara B Biesecker. Eur J Hum Genet 2013
122
26

Reducing information avoidance through affirmation.
Jennifer L Howell, James A Shepperd. Psychol Sci 2012
45
21

Does self-affirmation, cognitive processing, or discovery of meaning explain cancer-related health benefits of expressive writing?
J David Creswell, Suman Lam, Annette L Stanton, Shelley E Taylor, Julienne E Bower, David K Sherman. Pers Soc Psychol Bull 2007
66
21

Recursive processes in self-affirmation: intervening to close the minority achievement gap.
Geoffrey L Cohen, Julio Garcia, Valerie Purdie-Vaughns, Nancy Apfel, Patricia Brzustoski. Science 2009
199
21

Spontaneous self-affirmation is associated with psychological well-being: Evidence from a US national adult survey sample.
Amber S Emanuel, Jennifer L Howell, Jennifer M Taber, Rebecca A Ferrer, William Mp Klein, Peter R Harris. J Health Psychol 2018
10
50



Associations of spontaneous self-affirmation with health care experiences and health information seeking in a national survey of US adults.
Jennifer M Taber, Jennifer L Howell, Amber S Emanuel, William M P Klein, Rebecca A Ferrer, Peter R Harris. Psychol Health 2016
12
41

Judging health status: effects of perceived prevalence and personal relevance.
J B Jemmott, P H Ditto, R T Croyle. J Pers Soc Psychol 1986
100
17


Predictors of genetic testing decisions: a systematic review and critique of the literature.
Kate Sweeny, Arezou Ghane, Angela M Legg, Ho Phi Huynh, Sara E Andrews. J Genet Couns 2014
32
17

How do research participants perceive "uncertainty" in genome sequencing?
Barbara B Biesecker, William Klein, Katie L Lewis, Tyler C Fisher, Martha Frances Wright, Leslie G Biesecker, Paul K Han. Genet Med 2014
50
17

Dispositional optimism and coping: a meta-analytic review.
Lise Solberg Nes, Suzanne C Segerstrom. Pers Soc Psychol Rev 2006
258
17

The importance of affectively-laden beliefs about health risks: the case of tobacco use and sun protection.
Eva Janssen, Erika A Waters, Liesbeth van Osch, Lilian Lechner, Hein de Vries. J Behav Med 2014
28
17

Participation in genetic testing research varies by social group.
Sharon Hensley Alford, Colleen M McBride, Robert J Reid, Eric B Larson, Andreas D Baxevanis, Lawrence C Brody. Public Health Genomics 2011
76
17

Combining self-affirmation with implementation intentions to promote fruit and vegetable consumption.
Peter R Harris, Irina Brearley, Paschal Sheeran, Margo Barker, William M P Klein, J David Creswell, John M Levine, Rod Bond. Health Psychol 2014
40
17

Characterizing Participants in the ClinSeq Genome Sequencing Cohort as Early Adopters of a New Health Technology.
Katie L Lewis, Paul K J Han, Gillian W Hooker, William M P Klein, Leslie G Biesecker, Barbara B Biesecker. PLoS One 2015
32
17

Diagnostic clinical genome and exome sequencing.
Leslie G Biesecker, Robert C Green. N Engl J Med 2014
340
17

Smoke-free air laws and quit attempts: Evidence for a moderating role of spontaneous self-affirmation.
Alexander Persoskie, Rebecca A Ferrer, Jennifer M Taber, William M P Klein, Mark Parascandola, Peter R Harris. Soc Sci Med 2015
10
40




Self-affirmation underlies Facebook use.
Catalina L Toma, Jeffrey T Hancock. Pers Soc Psychol Bull 2013
43
17

Fear, anger, and risk.
J S Lerner, D Keltner. J Pers Soc Psychol 2001
469
17

Self-affirmation and the biased processing of threatening health-risk information.
Peter R Harris, Lucy Napper. Pers Soc Psychol Bull 2005
139
17

Anticipated regret and health behavior: A meta-analysis.
Noel T Brewer, Jessica T DeFrank, Melissa B Gilkey. Health Psychol 2016
74
17

Health behavior changes after genetic risk assessment for Alzheimer disease: The REVEAL Study.
Serena Chao, J Scott Roberts, Theresa M Marteau, Rebecca Silliman, L Adrienne Cupples, Robert C Green. Alzheimer Dis Assoc Disord 2008
152
13


What can interest tell us about uptake of genetic testing? Intention and behavior amongst smokers related to patients with lung cancer.
S C Sanderson, S C O'Neill, L A Bastian, G Bepler, C M McBride. Public Health Genomics 2010
59
13



Personal factors associated with reported benefits of Huntington disease family history or genetic testing.
Janet K Williams, Cheryl Erwin, Andrew Juhl, James Mills, Bradley Brossman, Jane S Paulsen. Genet Test Mol Biomarkers 2010
18
16

Preferences for results delivery from exome sequencing/genome sequencing.
Martha F Wright, Katie L Lewis, Tyler C Fisher, Gillian W Hooker, Toby E Emanuel, Leslie G Biesecker, Barbara B Biesecker. Genet Med 2014
43
13

Effects of informed consent for individual genome sequencing on relevant knowledge.
K A Kaphingst, F M Facio, M-R Cheng, S Brooks, H Eidem, A Linn, B B Biesecker, L G Biesecker. Clin Genet 2012
79
13


Social and behavioral research in genomic sequencing: approaches from the Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research Consortium Outcomes and Measures Working Group.
Stacy W Gray, Yolanda Martins, Lindsay Z Feuerman, Barbara A Bernhardt, Barbara B Biesecker, Kurt D Christensen, Steven Joffe, Christine Rini, David Veenstra, Amy L McGuire. Genet Med 2014
45
13

Do daily stress processes account for socioeconomic health disparities?
David M Almeida, Shevaun D Neupert, Sean R Banks, Joyce Serido. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 2005
84
13

Affirmation of personal values buffers neuroendocrine and psychological stress responses.
J David Creswell, William T Welch, Shelley E Taylor, David K Sherman, Tara L Gruenewald, Traci Mann. Psychol Sci 2005
159
13

The moderating impact of self-esteem on self-affirmation effects.
Camilla Düring, Donna C Jessop. Br J Health Psychol 2015
12
25

Beyond cognition: predicting health risk behaviors from instrumental and affective beliefs.
Rebecca Lawton, Mark Conner, Dianne Parker. Health Psychol 2007
71
13

Role of affective attitudes and anticipated affective reactions in predicting health behaviors.
Mark Conner, Rosemary McEachan, Natalie Taylor, Jane O'Hara, Rebecca Lawton. Health Psychol 2015
61
13


Co-cited is the co-citation frequency, indicating how many articles cite the article together with the query article. Similarity is the co-citation as percentage of the times cited of the query article or the article in the search results, whichever is the lowest. These numbers are calculated for the last 100 citations when articles are cited more than 100 times.