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Everett, M. W., and M.L. Gore. (2015). Measuring flow in Michigan youth firearm deer hunters: implications for measurement and practice. Society and Leisure, 38(1): 100-109.
Triezenberg, H.A., Gore, M. L., Riley, S. J., and M.K. Lapinski. (2014). Persuasive communication aimed at achieving wildlife-disease management goals. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 38(4): 734-740.
Triezenberg, H.A., Gore, M. L., Riley, S. J., and M.K. Lapinski. (2014). Perceived risks from disease and management policies: an expansion and testing of a zoonotic disease risk perception model. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 19(2).
Hanisch-Kirkbride, S. L., Riley, S. J., and M. L. Gore. (2013). Wildlife disease and risk perception. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 49(4): 841-849.
Muter, B. A., Gore, M. L., and S. J. Riley. (2013). Evaluating bovine tuberculosis risk communication materials in Michigan and Minnesota for severity, susceptibility and efficacy messages. Wildlife Society Bulletin, 37(1): 115-121.
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