2021 journal article
Barriers to responsible innovation of nanotechnology applications in food and agriculture: A study of US experts and developers
By: C. Cummings, J. Kuzma, A. Kokotovich, D. Glas & K. Grieger
Can Comorbidity Data Explain Cross-State and Cross-National Difference in COVID-19 Death Rates?
RISK MANAGEMENT AND HEALTHCARE POLICY.
By: J. Cegan, B. Trump, S. Cibulsky, Z. Collier, C. Cummings, S. Greer, H. Jarman, K. Klasa ...and 4 other authors, G. Kleinman, M. Surette, E. Wells & I. Linkov
Responsible innovation of nano-agrifoods: Insights and views from U. S. stakeholders
By: K. Grieger, A. Merck, M. Cuchiara, A. Binder, A. Kokotovich, C. Cummings, J. Kuzma
2020 journal article
A typology of beliefs and misperceptions about the influenza disease and vaccine among older adults in Singapore
PLOS ONE, 15(5).
By: C. Cummings, W. Kong & J. Orminski
Secondary Risk Theory: Validation of a Novel Model of Protection Motivation
By: C. Cummings, S. Rosenthal & W. Kong
Synthetic Biology 2020: Frontiers in Risk Analysis and Governance
Ed(s): B. Trump, C. Cummings, J. Kuzma & I. Linkov
The Role of Expert Disciplinary Cultures in Assessing Risks and Benefits of Synthetic Biology
SYNTHETIC BIOLOGY 2020: FRONTIERS IN RISK ANALYSIS AND GOVERNANCE.
By: C. Ndoh, C. Cummings & J. Kuzma
2013 journal article
Influences of individual-level characteristics on risk perceptions to various categories of environmental health and safety risks
Journal of Risk Research, 16(10), 1277–1295.
By: C. Cummings, D. Berube & M. Lavelle
2011 journal article
Characteristics and classification of nanoparticles: Expert Delphi survey
Nanotoxicology, 5(2), 236–243.
By: D. Berube, C. Cummings, M. Cacciatore, D. Scheufele & J. Kalin
Review essay: Understanding digital media and society
Journal of Communication, 61(3), E12–14.
By: M. Morain, J. Frith, C. Cummings & D. Berube
The shallows: What the internet is doing to our brains
[Review of ]. Journal of Communication, 61(1), E9–12.
By: J. Frith, M. Morain, C. Cummings & D. Berube
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