Copies of my published manuscripts and conference papers can be downloaded for free at my ResearchGate Profile.
Publications with PoPUS
"Attempts to Prime Intellectual Virtues for Understanding of Science: Failures to Inspire Intellectual Effort," Joanna Huxster, Melissa Hopkins (Bucknell ’16), Julia E. Bresticker (Bucknell ’17), Matthew H. Slater, & Jason Leddington, in Philosophical Psychology [ResearchGate]
"Understanding ‘Understanding’ in Public Understanding of Science,” Joanna Huxster, Matthew H. Slater, Jason Leddington, and six Bucknell Undergraduates in Public Understanding of Science [ResearchGate]
"Denialism as Applied Skepticism," Matthew H. Slater, Joanna Huxster, Julia E. Bresticker (Bucknell ’17), Victor LoPiccolo (Bucknell ’18) in Erktenntnis [ResearchGate]
"Understanding and Trusting Science," Matthew H. Slater, Joanna Huxster, Julia E. Bresticker (Bucknell ’17) in Journal for the General Philosophy of Science [ResearchGate]
Papers Under Review with PoPUS
"Public Conceptions of Scientific Consensus," Matthew H. Slater, Joanna Huxster, and Emily Scholfield
"Understanding the Scientific Enterprise: Development and Validation of an Novel Scientific Literacy Measure (SSSI)," Joanna Huxster, Matthew H. Slater, and Asheley Landrum.
Research at Drexel
Carmichael, Jason, Robert Brulle, and Joanna Huxster (2017) “The great divide: understanding the role of media and other drivers of the partisan divide in public concern over climate change in the USA, 2001–2014” Climatic Change. 140. First Online: January 31, 2017 [ResearchGate]
Huxster, Joanna K., Jason Carmichael and Robert Brulle. (2014) “A macro political examination of the partisan and ideological divide in aggregate public concern over climate change in the U.S., 2001-2013” Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. 4(1):1-10 [ResearchGate]
Research at Delaware
Huxster, Joanna K., Ximena Uribe-Zarain and Willett Kempton (2015) “Undergraduate Understanding of Climate Change: Influences of college major and environmental group membership on survey knowledge scores” The Journal of Environmental Education. 463(3): 149-165 [ResearchGate]