Stubbs-Richardson, M., Anreddy, S. R., & Porter, B. (2020). “RAPID: Analyses of Emotions Expressed in Social Media and Forums During the COVID-19 Pandemic.” National Science Foundation, Award Abstract #2031246. See:https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/
Cosby, A.G., Rico-Mendez, G., Khandekar H. (2019). Data-Intensive Coasts: Alternatives for Human Adaptation to Climate Change. In L.D. Wright & C.R. Nichols (Eds.), Tomorrow’s Coasts: Complex and Impermanent, (pp. 319-339). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. See: https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9783319754529
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Cosby, A.G., M. McDoom-Echebiri, M., James, W., Khandekar, H., Brown, W., Hanna, H. (2018). Growth and Persistence of Place-Based Mortality in the United States: The Rural Mortality Penalty. American Journal of Public Health, 109(1), 155-162.
Porter, B., Øverup, C. S., Brunson, J. A., & Mehta, P. D. (2018). Meta-accuracy and perceived reciprocity from the perception-meta-perception social relations model. Social Psychology.
Stubbs-Richardson, M. S., Cosby, A. K., Bergene, K. D., & Cosby, A. G. (2018). Searching for safety: crime prevention in the era of Google. Crime Science, 7(1), 21.
Stubbs-Richardson, M., Rader, N. E., & Cosby, A. G. (2018). Tweeting rape culture: Examining portrayals of victim blaming in discussions of sexual assault cases on Twitter. Feminism & Psychology, 28(1), 90-108.