William Hallman
William Hallman
Chair/Professor of Human Ecology, Rutgers University
Verified email at aesop.rutgers.edu - Homepage
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Citizen participation and empowerment: The case of local environmental hazards
RC Rich, M Edelstein, WK Hallman, AH Wandersman
American Journal of Community Psychology 23 (5), 657-676, 1995
Communicating Science Effectively: A Research Agenda
CSSCARA National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Division ...
National Academies Press., 2017
Purchasing organic food in US food systems: A study of attitudes and practice
BM Onyango, WK Hallman, AC Bellows
British Food Journal, 2007
Who does the public trust? The case of genetically modified food in the United States
JT Lang, WK Hallman
Risk Analysis: An International Journal 25 (5), 1241-1252, 2005
Public perceptions of genetically modified foods: A national study of American knowledge and opinion
WK Hallman, WC Hebden, HL Aquino, CL Cuite, JT Lang
Gender and food, a study of attitudes in the USA towards organic, local, US grown, and GM-free foods
AC Bellows, G Alcaraz, WK Hallman
Appetite 55 (3), 540-550, 2010
Attribution of responsibility and individual and collective coping with environmental threats
WK Hallman, A Wandersman
Journal of Social Issues 48 (4), 101-118, 1992
Are people acting irrationally? Understanding public concerns about environmental threats.
AH Wandersman, WK Hallman
American psychologist 48 (6), 681, 1993
Predicting Personality from Personal Posessions: A Self-Presentational Analysis
WJ Burroughs, DR Drews, WK Hallman
Journal of Social Behavior and Personality 6 (6), 147-163, 1991
Understanding consumer interest in organics: production values vs. purchasing behavior
AC Bellows, B Onyango, A Diamond, WK Hallman
Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization 6 (1), 2008
Social values and the governance of science
G Gaskell, E Einsiedel, W Hallman, SH Priest, J Jackson, J Olsthoorn
Science 310 (5756), 1908-1909, 2005
Product attributes, consumer benefits and public approval of genetically modified foods
F Hossain, B Onyango, B Schilling, W Hallman, A Adelaja
International Journal of Consumer Studies 27 (5), 353-365, 2003
Americans and GM Food: Knowledge, Opinion, and Interest in 2004. Publication No
WK Hallman, WC Hebden, CL Cuite, HL Aquino, JT Lang
RR-1104-007. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute …, 2004
Measuring chemical sensitivity prevalence: a questionnaire for population studies.
HM Kipen, W Hallman, K Kelly-McNeil, N Fiedler
American journal of public health 85 (4), 574-577, 1995
Prevalence of chronic fatigue and chemical sensitivities in Gulf Registry Veterans
HM Kipen, W Hallman, H Kang, N Fiedler, BH Natelson
Archives of Environmental Health: An International Journal 54 (5), 313-318, 1999
Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology: A survey of New Jersey residents
WK Hallman, J Metcalfe
New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Rutgers, The State University of …, 1994
Subjective and objective risk as predictors of influenza vaccination during the vaccine shortage of 2004–2005
NT Brewer, WK Hallman
Clinical Infectious Diseases 43 (11), 1379-1386, 2006
Culture and technological innovation: Impact of institutional trust and appreciation of nature on attitudes towards food biotechnology in the USA and Germany
HP Peters, JT Lang, M Sawicka, WK Hallman
Risk Communication and Media, 189-234, 2012
Military deployment to the Gulf War as a risk factor for psychiatric illness among US troops
N Fiedler, G Ozakinci, W Hallman, D Wartenberg, NT Brewer, DH Barrett, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 188 (5), 453-459, 2006
Public Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods Americans Know Not What They Eat
WK Hallman, AO Adelaja, BJ Schilling, JT Lang
Department of Sociology and a Graduate Assistant at the Food Policy …, 2002
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