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  1. 1. Vita Brian L. Quick Curriculum Vitae Office Address: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Department of Communication 3001 Lincoln Hall, MC 456 702 South Wright Street Urbana, IL 61801 Office Contact Information: (217) 333-3617 (office phone) (217) 333-2683 (school office phone) (217) 244-1598 (fax) bquick@uiuc.edu Education Ph.D. 2005 Texas A & M University (Communication). M.A. 2001 Missouri State University (Communication). B.S. 1999 College of the Ozarks (Mass Communication, magna cum laude). Employment History Professor, Department of Communication and College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2015-present. Associate Professor, Department of Communication and College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2011-2015. Assistant Professor, Department of Communication and College of Medicine, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. 2007-2011. Assistant Professor, School of Communication Studies, Ohio University. 2005-2007. 1
  2. 2. Vita Honors and Awards Department of Communication Excellence in Research Award, Missouri State University, 2001. Top Student Paper (Quick, B. L.), Health Communication Division, Central States Communication Association, Milwaukee, WI, 2002. Top Student Paper (Quick, B. L.), Information Systems Division, International Communication Association, San Diego, CA, 2003. Tiffany Hunnicut Outstanding Graduate Teaching Award, Texas A & M University, 2004. Top Four Paper (Quick, B. L., & Stephenson, M. T.), Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, Chicago, IL, 2004. Fish Camp Namesake Recipient, Texas A & M University, 2005. Top Four Paper (Quick, B. L., & Stephenson, M. T.), Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, San Antonio, TX, 2006. Top Paper (Quick, B. L., Bates, B. R., & Romina, S.), Health Communication Division, Central States Communication Association, Minneapolis, MN, 2007. Top Three Paper (Quick, B. L., Bates, B. R., & Adel, E.), Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, San Diego, CA, 2008. Top Paper (Bates, B. R., Quick, B. L., & Kloss, A.), Applied Communication Division, Eastern Communication Association, Pittsburgh, PA, 2008. Honorary Coach Honor (Football), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2009. Alumni Association Outstanding Young Alumnus Award, College of the Ozarks, 2010. Helen Corley Petit Scholar, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2011. Communication Leaders’ Excellence in Mentorship Award, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, 2012. The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2013. Campus Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching, University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign, 2013. Outreach and Policy Impact Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Social and 2
  3. 3. Vita Behavioral Research Council, 2013. Top Paper (Reynolds-Tylus, T., & Quick, B. L.), Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2015. Commencement Speaker, College of the Ozarks, 2015. Honorary Coach Honor (Football), University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2015. Student Senate Teaching Excellence Award, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2015- 2016. Grants and Research Support Active Principal Investigator, Health Resources & Services Administration (2012-2015), “Effective Campaign Strategies for Promoting Organ Donation to Mature Adults: A Multi-State Intervention,” $637,411. Principal Investigator, Health Resources & Services Administration (2014-2016), “A Randomized Controlled Experiment to Evaluate a Multi-Message, Phased Driver Facilities Campaign,” $408,605. Consultant, Health Resources & Services Administration (2014-2016), “Replication of A Mail- Based Campaign to Increase Organ Donation Registration,” $678,957. (Eusebio Alvaro & Jason Siegel, co PIs) Completed Co-Principal Investigator, Ohio Department of Natural Resources (2006-2008), “Public Awareness of Forest Fires in Southern, Eastern, and Southeastern Ohio Project,” (with Benjamin R. Bates, Ohio University Co-Principal Investigator), $31,388. Consultant, Ohio Department of Natural Resources- Division of Forestry (2008-2009), “An Integrated Approach to Mitigate and Manage the Effects of Invasive Plants in Urban and Forest Landscapes in Ohio,” $1,225,000. (Richard Cappell, PI). Principal Investigator, Health Resources & Services Administration (2009-2012), “A Comparison of Campaigns Designed to Increase Organ Donation to African American, Caucasian, and Hispanic 18-Year-Olds,” $588,972. 3
  4. 4. Vita Principal Investigator, Health Resources & Service Administration (2010-2012), “Say Yes When Asked, Illinois: A Replication of Michigan’s Campaign to Increase Organ Donation Registration Rates in Drivers Facilities,” $499,471. Publications Refereed Journals Quick, B. L. (2004). Meet the press. Communication Teacher, 18 (1), 15-16. Quick, B. L. (2005). The effects of aggressive music with and without lyrics on cognitions and state anger. Southwestern Mass Communication Journal, 21(1), 55-64. Stephenson, M. T., & Quick, B. L. (2005). Parent ads in the national youth anti-drug media campaign. Journal of Health Communication, 8, 701-710. Stephenson, M. T., Quick, B. L., Atkinson, J., & Tschida, D. A. (2005). Authoritative parenting and drug-prevention practices: Implications for anti-drug ads for parents. Health Communication, 3, 301-322. Stephenson, M. T., Witte, K., Vaught, C., Quick, B. L., Booth-Butterfield, S., Patel, D., & Zuckerman, C. (2005). The influence of positive, negative, and neutral messages on voluntary hearing-protection behaviors among miners. Journal of Safety Research, 36, 9-17. Quick, B. L., Meyer, K., Kim, D. K., Kline, J., Taylor, D., Apple, T., & Newman, J. (2007). Examining the association between media coverage of organ donation and organ transplantation rates. Clinical Transplantation, 21, 219-223. Quick, B. L., & Stephenson, M. T. (2007). The Reactance restoration scale (RRS): A measure of direct and indirect restoration. Communication Research Reports, 24, 131-138. Quick, B. L., & Stephenson, M. T. (2007). Further evidence that psychological reactance can be modeled as a combination of anger and negative cognitions. Communication Research, 34, 255- 276. Quick, B. L., & Stephenson, M.T. (2007). Authoritative parenting and issue involvement as indicators of ad recall: An empirical investigation of anti-drug ads for parents. Health Communication, 22, 25-35. Quick, B. L., & Considine, J. R. (2008). Examining the use of forceful language when designing exercise advertisements for adults: A test of conceptualizing reactance arousal as a two-step process. Health Communication, 23, 483-491. 4
  5. 5. Vita Quick, B. L. & Stephenson, M. T. (2008). Examining the role of trait reactance and sensation seeking on reactance-inducing messages, reactance, and reactance restoration. Human Communication Research, 34, 448-476. Quick, B. L., Stephenson, M. T., Witte, K., Vaught, C., Booth-Butterfield, S., & Patel, D. (2008). An examination of coal miners’ hearing protection behaviors: A test of the theory of planned behavior. Journal of Safety Research, 39, 329-338. Bates, B. L., Quick, B. L., & Kloss (2009). Antecedents of intention to help mitigate wildfire: Implications for campaigns promoting wildfire mitigation to the general public in the wildland- urban interface. Safety Science, 47, 374-381. Quick, B. L. (2009a). The effects of viewing Grey's Anatomy on perceptions of doctors and patient satisfaction. Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 53, 38-55. Quick, B. L. (2009b). Coverage of the organ donation process on Grey’s Anatomy: The story of Denny Duquette. Clinical Transplantation, 23, 788-793. Quick, B. L., Bates, B. R., & Quinlan, M. R. (2009). The utility of anger in promoting clean indoor air policies. Health Communication, 24, 548-561. Quick, B. L., Bates, B. R., Romina, S. M. (2009). Examining antecedents of clean indoor air policy support: Implications for campaigns promoting clean indoor air. Health Communication, 24, 50-59. Quick, B. L., & Heiss, S. (2009). An investigation of value-, impression-, and outcome-relevant involvement on attitudes, purchase intentions, and making healthier purchasing decisions. Communication Studies, 60, 253-267. Quick, B. L., & Kim, D. K. (2009). Examining reactance and reactance restoration with Korean adolescents: A test of psychological reactance within a collectivist culture. Communication Research, 36, 765-782. Quick, B. L., Kim, D. K., Meyer, K., Taylor, D., Kline, J., & Apple, T. (2009). A 15 year review of ABC, CBS, and NBC news coverage of organ donation: Implications for organ donation campaigns. Health Communication, 24, 137-145. Stephenson, M. T., Quick, B. L., Witte, K., Vaught, C., Booth-Butterfield, S., & Patel, D. (2009). The role of face-to-face discussions in a campaign promoting hearing protection among coal miners. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 37, 317-337. Miller, C. H., & Quick, B. L. (2010). Sensation seeking and psychological reactance as health risk predictors for an emerging adult population. Health Communication, 25, 266-275. Quick, B. L. (2010). Applying the health belief model to examine news coverage regarding 5
  6. 6. Vita steroids in sports by ABC, CBS, and NBC between March 1990 and May 2008. Health Communication, 25, 247-257. Stephenson, M. T., Quick, B. L., & Hirsch, H. (2010). Evidence in support of a strategy to target authoritarian and permissive parents in anti-drug media campaigns. Communication Research, 37, 73-104. Quick, B. L., & Bates, B. R. (2010). The use of gain- or loss-frame messages and efficacy appeals to dissuade excessive alcohol consumption among college students: A test of psychological reactance theory. Journal of Health Communication, 15, 603-628. Quick, B. L., Scott, A. M., & Ledbetter, A. (2011). A close examination of trait reactance and issue involvement as moderators of psychological reactance theory. Journal of Health Communication, 16, 660-679. Quick, B. L., Fiese, B. H., Anderson, B., Koester, B., Wolfe Marlin, D. A. (2011). A formative evaluation of shared family mealtime for parents of toddlers and young children. Health Communication, 26, 656-666. Quick, B. L. (2012). What is the best measure of psychological reactance? An empirical test of two measures. Health Communication, 27, 1-9. Quick, B. L., Bosch, D., & Morgan, S. E. (2012). Message framing and medium considerations for recruiting newly eligible teen organ donor registrants. American Journal of Transplantation, 12, 1593-1597. Quick, B. L., LaVoie, N., Scott, A. M., Morgan, S. E., & Bosch, D. (2012). Perceptions about organ donation among African American, Hispanic, and White high school students. Qualitative Health Research, 22, 921-933. Scott, A. M., & Quick, B. L. (2012). Family communication patterns as a moderator in the relationship between psychological reactance and intention to communicate with family about being an organ donor. Health Communication, 27, 702-711. Johnson, J., Harrison, K., & Quick, B. L. (2013). Understanding the effectiveness of the entertainment-education strategy: An investigation of how audience involvement, message processing, and message design influence health information recall. Journal of Health Communication, 18, 160-178. LaVoie, N., & Quick, B. L. (2013). What is the truth? An application of the extended parallel process model to televised truth® ads. Health Communication, 28, 53-62. Quick, B. L. (2013). Perceived message sensation value and psychological reactance: A test of the dominant thought disruption hypothesis. Journal of Health Communication, 18, 1024-1038. 6
  7. 7. Vita Quick, B. L., Harrison, T. R., King, A. J., & Bosch, D. (2013). It’s up to you: A multi-message, phased driver facility campaign to increase organ donation registration rates in Illinois. Clinical Transplantation, 27, E546-E553. Quick, B. L., Morgan, S. E., LaVoie, N. R., & Bosch, D. (2014). Grey’s Anatomy viewing and organ donation registration: Examining mediators bridging this relationship among African Americans, Caucasians, and Latinos. Communication Research, 41, 690-716. Rinaldi-Miles, A., Quick, B. L., & LaVoie, N. R. (2014). An examination of the principles of influence on condom use decision making during casual sex encounters. Health Communication, 29, 531-541. Chae, J. & Quick, B. L. (2015). An examination of the relationship between health information use and health orientation in Korean mothers. Journal of Health Communication, 20, 275-284. Quick, B. L., Kam, J. A., Morgan, S. E., Montero Liberona, C. A., & Smith, R. A. (2015). Prospect theory, discrete emotions, and freedom threats: An extension of psychological reactance theory. Journal of Communication, 65, 40-61. Varava, K. A. & Quick, B. L. (2015). Adolescents and movie ratings: Is psychological reactance a theoretical explanation for the forbidden fruit effect? Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, 59, 149-168. Huhman, M., Quick, B. L., & Payne, L. (in press). Community college students’ health insurance enrollment, maintenance, and talking with parents intentions: An application of the reasoned action approach. Journal of Health Communication. LaVoie, N. R., Quick, B. L., Riles, J. M., & Lambert, N. J. (in press). Are graphic cigarette warning labels an effective message strategy? A test of psychological reactance theory and source appraisal. Communication Research. Quick, B. L., Anker, A. E., Feeley, T. H., & Morgan, S. E. (in press) An examination of three theoretical models to explain the organ donation attitude-registration discrepancy among mature adults. Health Communication. Quick, B. L., LaVoie, N. R., Morgan, S. E., & Bosch, D. (in press). You’ve got mail! An examination of a statewide direct-mail marketing campaign to promote deceased donor organ donor registrations. Clinical Transplantation. Quick, B. L., White Lambert, N. J., & Josey, C. S. (in press). A two study investigation into how television news frames the steroid scandal in major league baseball and fans’ support for Bonds, McGwire, and Palmeiro’s pending induction into the baseball hall of fame. Communication Research. Reynolds-Tylus, T., Rinaldi-Miles, A. R., & Quick, B. L. (in press). Examining the principles of 7
  8. 8. Vita influence on safer sex communication in casual and committed sexual encounters. Journal of Health Communication. Book Chapters Quick, B. L., LaVoie, N. R., & Stone, A. M. (2012). An examination of organ donation in the news: A content analysis from 2005 – 2010 of the barriers to becoming an organ donor. In G. Randhawa (ed.), Organ donation (pp. 11-22). Rijeka, Croatia: InTech. ISBN: 979-953-307-081- 9. Quick, B. L., Shen, L. J., & Dillard, J. P. (2013). Reactance theory and persuasion. In J. P. Dillard and L. J. Shen (Eds.), The persuasion handbook: Developments in theory and practice (2nd ed., pp. 167-183). Los Angeles, CA: Sage. ISBN: 978-1-4129-8313-6. Bates, B. R., Quinlan, M. M., & Quick, B. L. (2013). Claiming a right to clean, breathable air: A content analysis of newspaper coverage of the comprehensive clean indoor air debate in Ohio. In K. L. Walker, S. L. Esrock, & J. L. Hart (Eds.), Talking tobacco: Interpersonal, organizational, and mediated messages. Peter Lang Publishing. Morse, C. R., Quick, B. L., Volkman, J. E., & Whaley, B. B. (2014). Issues and challenges in conducting experimental health communication research. In B. B. Whaley (Ed.), Research methods in health communication: Principles and application (pp. 215-231). New York, NY: Routledge. Quick, B. L., & Reynolds-Tylus, T. (2015). Psychological reactance as a psychological state and individuals difference variable. In D.K. Kim., & Dearing, J.W. (Eds.), Health communication measures (pp. XX-XX). New York, NY; London, UK: Peter Lang Publication Group. Media Exposure O’Connell, A. (October, 2010). The B. L. Quick, & D.K. Kim (2009) article cited in Idea Watch referring to psychological reactance as a global phenomenon in the Harvard Business Review. WCIA3 Illinois Home Page (May 2012). B. L. Quick featured in In Perspective: Will facebook impact organ donations? U.S. News & World Report Health Day. (October 2013). The B. L. Quick, T. R. Harrison, D. Bosch, & A. J. King (2013) article referenced in DMV-based campaign helped boost organ donation: Illinois offices reached out to reluctant licensees featured in the Health Day section. Science Codex. (October 2013). The B. L. Quick, T. R. Harrison, D. Bosch, & A. J. King (2013) article referenced in DMV-based campaign helped boost organ donation: Illinois offices 8
  9. 9. Vita reached out to reluctant licensees. Vox Conversations. (May 2014). The B. L. Quick, S. E. Morgan, N. LaVoie, & D. Bosch (2014) article referenced in Grey’s Anatomy is turning people against organ donation. The Atlantic. (November 2014). The B. L. Quick (2009) was cited in Tiffanie Wen’s article, Why don’t people want to donate their organs? The American Marketing Association. (Spring 2015). Interviewed in story entitled, Transplanting Change, written by Julie Davis. Book Reviews Harter, L. M., & Quick, B. L. (2006). Storied knowledge construction: A review of Health Communication in Practice: A Case Study Approach. Health Communication, 20, 201-203. Proceedings Bigman-Galimore, C., & Quick, B. L. (2015). Cause and effect. In E. Rothenbuhler (Ed.), International encyclopedia of communication theory and philosophy. Quick, B. L. (2013). Psychological reactance theory. In T. L. Thompson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of health communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Quick, B. L. (2013). Formative research. In T. L. Thompson (Ed.), Encyclopedia of health communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 9
  10. 10. Vita Teaching Undergraduate Courses: CMN 102: Introduction to Communication Theory and Research CMN 421: Persuasion Theory and Research CMN 464: Health Communication Campaigns Graduate Seminars: CMN 529: Campaigns in Health Communication CMN 529: Seminar in Persuasion Theory Health Communication Online Master of Science at Illinois Courses: CMN 496: Health Campaigns Making a Difference (8 week course) CMN 529: Mass Media and Health: Evidence of Effects (4 week course) Medical School Courses: Communication and Culture in Medical Practice, Medicine and Society, M2 & M3 Year Service Editor Health Communication (2014 – present) Editorial Boards (Current) Communication Research Communication Yearbook Health Communication Journal of Applied Communication Research Journal of Communication Journal of Health Communication Nursing Communication 10
  11. 11. Vita Editorial Boards (Past) Communication Monographs Western Journal of Communication Ad Hoc Reviewer American Journal of Transplantation Clinical Transplantation Communication Reports Health and Psychology Human Communication Research International Journal of Social Robotics Journal of Family Communication Journal of Social Psychology Popular Communication Psychology & Health Southwestern Mass Communication Journal Book Reviewer Book reviewer for Sage Publications, Allen, M., Titsworth, S., Hunt, S., & Bourhis, J. (2009). Quantitative research in communication. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Conference Service Reviewer for Division of Decision Risk & Management, National Science Foundation, 2010. Committee for Distinguished Book and Article Award, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2010. Reviewer for Time-sharing Experiments for the Social Sciences (TESS), National Science Foundation, 2009. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2005. Conference panel chair, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2005. Conference panel chair, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2006. 11
  12. 12. Vita Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2006. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2007. Conference panel chair, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2007. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2007. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2008. Conference panel chair, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2008. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2008. Conference panel chair, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2008. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2009. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2009. Conference panel chair, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2009. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2010. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, International Communication Association, 2010. Conference panel chair, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2010. Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2011. 12
  13. 13. Vita Paper reviewer for competitively selected papers, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2013. Committee for Distinguished Book and Article Award, Health Communication Division, National Communication Association, 2015. University/Campus Service Ohio University Vision Ohio, Diversity Committee, 2005. Search Committee, 2005 (1 position), 2006 (2 positions). Hale’s Ad Hoc Committee, 2005. Public Speaking Showcase Judge, 2006. Provost’s Undergraduate Research Fund committee, 2006. Reviewed applications for NBC’s Today Show internship for the Scripps College of Communication, 2006. National Communication Association Student Club, 2006-2007. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Communication Department Institutional Review Board Committee Member, 2007-2012. Lambda Pi Eta Advisor, 2008-present. Communication Department Awards Committee, 2008-2010. Committee on Alleged Capricious Grading, 2008-2009; 2010-2011; 2015-2016. Minor in Public Relations committee, 2010. Advisory Committee Department of Communication, 2011-2012; 2014-2016. Search Committee, 2010 (one position); (two positions), 2011-2012; 2012-2013 (one position); 2014-2015 (one position). Online Health Communication Graduate Admittance Committee, 2011-2013; 2014-2015. Faculty Development Program Committee, 2012-2013. Sponsored Research Business Analyst Search Committee, 2012-2013. Spoke on Success in Classroom to University of Illinois Men’s Basketball Team, 2012-2013. Department of Communication Personnel Committee, 2011-present. Graduate Admissions Committee, 2013-2015. Liberal Arts & Sciences Admitted Student Day “TED-talk” presentation, 2014, 2015. Member of the Social and Behavioral Sciences Working Group, 2013- 2015. Faculty Senate Representative, 2014-2016. 13

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