Hallman, William

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  • Chair of the Department of Human Ecology
  • Human Ecology - Professor
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Dr. Hallman is an experimental psychologist with expertise in public perceptions of risk and risk communication.

Journal articles:

Zhang, M., Zhang, Y., Hallman, W. K., & Williams, J. D. (2021). Eating green for health or social benefits? Interactions of attitudes with self-identity on the consumption of vegetarian meals among U.S. and Chinese college students. Appetite.

Cuite, C. L., Morss, R. E., Demuth, J. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2021). Hurricanes vs nor'easters: The effects of storm type on perceived severity and protective actions. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 102(7).

Laumbach, R. J., Cromar, K. R., Adamkiewicz, G., Carlsten, C., Chan, W. R., Charpin, D., de Nazelle, A., Forastiere, F., Goldstein, J., Gumy, S., Hallman, W. K., Jerrett, M., Kipen, H. M., Pirozzi, C. S., Polivka, B. J., Radbel, J., Shaffer, R. E., Sin, D. D., & Viegi, G. (2021). Personal Interventions for Reducing Exposure and Risk for Outdoor Air Pollution An Official American Thoracic Society Workshop Report. Annals of the American Thoracic Society.

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