Jennifer Allen Catellier Assistant ProfessorHealth CommunicationsDirector, Graduate ProgramHealth Communications Courses Taught Health Communication (GCOMM 515) Communication in the Marketplace (GCOMM 500) Patient-Provider Communication (GCOMM 545) Organizational Communication (GCOMM 525) Public Speaking (SPCH 111) Technical Communication (SPCH 112) Educational History University at Buffalo, Ph.D. in Communication, Dissertation: Improving communication strategies for diet and exercise initiatives, 2012 Edinboro University of Pennsylvania, M.A. in Communication, Thesis: A comparative analysis of crisis responses and apologia strategies at two religious affiliated institutions of higher education, 2007 Mercyhurst University, B.A. in Communication, 2006 Professional Societies National Communication Association (NCA) International Communication Association (ICA) Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) Publications Allen Catellier, J. R., & Yang, Z. J. (2013). The role of affect in the decision to exercise: Does being happy lead to a more active lifestyle? Psychology of Sport and Exercise, 14(2), 275-282 Lovejoy K., Allen Catellier, J., Evans, C., Lohiser, A., & Chiu, I-H. (2013). Exploring individual’s Social Value Orientation and decisions in a Prisoner’s Dilemma. Communication & Science Journal, http://www.galileoco.com/comSciJ/comSciJ.asp. Allen Catellier, J. & Yang, Z. J. (2012) Trust and affect: How do they impact risk information seeking in a health context? Journal of Risk Research, 15(8), 897-911. Gibson Hancox, M. K., & Allen, J. (2007). Sins of the father: Revisiting best practices in crisis management through case study analysis. Journal of School Public Relations, 28(2), 164-188.