WILLIAM K. HALLMAN, VSP Mensch, KFA Forschungszentrum

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Content: Curriculum Vitae WILLIAM K. HALLMAN
7/12/16
ADDRESS Department of Human Ecology School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Cook Office Building 55 Dudley Road New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8520 Office: (848) 932-9227 Fax: (732) 932-6667 Email: [email protected] Web: http://humanecology.rutgers.edu http://www.foodpolicy.rutgers.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. Experimental/Social Psychology, University of South Carolina, August 1989. M.A. Experimental/Social Psychology, University of South Carolina, May 1986. B.S. Behavioral Analysis, Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, May 1983. DISSERTATION Coping with an environmental stressor: Perception of risk, attribution of responsibility, and psychological distress in a community living near a hazardous waste facility. - Dissertation Director: Abraham Wandersman. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Visiting Scholar, Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania (July 2016 to June 2017). Chair, Department of Human Ecology, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Rutgers University (July 2010 to June 2016). Member, Graduate Faculty, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy (September 2009 to present). Member, Graduate Faculty, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Rutgers University (April 2008 to present). Director, Food Policy Institute, Rutgers University (August 2005 to July 2013). Professor of Human Ecology, School of Environmental and Biological Sciences, Rutgers University (July 2005 to present). Associate Director for Food Biotechnology Research, Food Policy Institute, Rutgers University (October 2001 to August 2005). Associate Professor, Department of Human Ecology, Cook College, Rutgers University (July 1996 to June 2005). Visiting Scientist - Programmgruppe Mensch, Umwelt, Technik, Forschungszentrum KFA, Jьlich, Germany (May to September 1996).
Hallman - 2 of 61 Member, Graduate Faculty, Department of Psychology, Rutgers University (October 1994 to present). Member, Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey - Robert Wood Johnson Medical School and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. (June, 1993 to present). Assistant Professor, Department of Human Ecology, Cook College, Rutgers University (July 1989 to June 1996). Director, Division of Research and Evaluation, Bureau of Community Services, South Carolina State Health and Human Services Finance Commission (May 1988 to June 1989). Information Resource Consultant, Bureau of Community Services, Division of Quality Assurance, South Carolina State Health and Human Services Finance Commission (March 1987 to May 1988). Evaluation Supervisor, Appalachian Health Council (SC. HSA region one) Greenville, South Carolina. Outstationed with the South Carolina State Health and Human Services Finance Commission, Bureau of Community Services, Division of Quality Assurance (May 1986 to March 1987). Project Coordinator, National Information System for Health Related Services: A Joint Program of the Center for Developmental Disabilities and the Computer Services Division of the University of South Carolina (June 1984 to November 1985). Program Coordinator, Department of Psychology and the Office of Telecommunications Instruction, University of South Carolina (August 1983 to May 1986). TEACHING EXPERIENCE Rutgers 250: A Taste of Culinary History, Rutgers University Food Safety and the American Public, Rutgers University Research Methods in Human Ecology, Rutgers University Graduate Research Methods in Social Psychology, Rutgers University Risk, Health & Safety, Rutgers University Politics of Environmental Issues, Rutgers University Energy and Society, Rutgers University Psychological Statistics, University of South Carolina Social Psychology, University of South Carolina Introduction to Psychology, University of South Carolina RESEARCH GRANTS 1. Principal Investigator, Doctoral Dissertation Research in DRMS: Improving Food Safety Crisis Communications, in support of Fanfan Wu, National Science Foundation; $33,302 (July, 2015 ­ June, 2016). 2. Principal Investigator, Food Nanotechnology: Expanding the Parameters of Consumer Acceptance, United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI); $450,000 (January 2015 ­ December 2016). 3. Co-Investigator, Best Practices in Coastal Storm Risk Communication, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Sea Grant Coastal Storm Awareness Program; $149,805 (January 2014 ­ December 2014).
Hallman - 3 of 61 4. Co-Principal Investigator, Identifying Food Safety Risk Factors and Educational Strategies for Consumers Purchasing Seafood and Meat Products Online. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) through a subcontract from Tennessee State University, 1890 Institution Teaching, Research and Extension Capacity Building Grants Program; $455,506 (June 2012 ­ September 2015). 5. Co-Investigator, Assessing Barriers to GM Food Crop Production and Innovation in China, India and East Africa. The John Templeton Foundation; $249,999 (Total budget $535,727). (June 2012 ­ November 2015). 6. Co-Principal Investigator, Community Connections: Building Partnerships and Strategies Against Hunger. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Food and Nutrition Service (FNS), Hunger Free Communities Grant; $99,753 (March 2011 ­ March 2013). 7. Principal Investigator, Improving the Safety and Nutritional Adequacy of the Home Food Supply of Elderly Recipients of Home Delivered Meals. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), National Institute for Food and Agriculture (NIFA), National Integrated Food Safety Initiative; $600,000 (September 2010 ­ September 2014). 8. Co-Principal Investigator, Experimental Evidence for Best Practices in Food Crisis Communication. National Center for Food Protection and Defense, A Homeland Security Center of Excellence; $330,922 (July 2010 ­ September 2012). 9. Principal Investigator, The Diet-Health Nexus: Communicating Emerging Evidence. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research; $345,000 (July 2009 ­ December 2014). 10. Principal Investigator, New Brunswick Community Farmers Market. Johnson & Johnson Corporate Contributions; $955,620 (May 2009 ­ April 2017). 11. Principal Investigator, Food Nanotechnology: Understanding the Parameters of Consumer Acceptance. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES), National Research Initiative; $200,000 (January 2009 ­ December 2011). 12. Principal Investigator, Survey of American Consumers Regarding Food Recall Communication. Grocery Manufacturers Association; $65,100 (January 2008 ­ December 2008). 13. Co-Investigator, Effects of the World Trade Center Disaster on New York City Firefighters: Assessing mental health Issues. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) through the Fire Department of New York City (FDNY); $92,544 (July 2007 ­ June 2008). 14. Principal Investigator, Efficiency, Effectiveness and Birth Outcome Evaluation in the New Jersey Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (NJ-WIC). New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services; $425,000 (March 2007 ­ December 2007). 15. Principal Investigator, Food Biosecurity: Modeling the Health, Economic, Social, and psychological consequences of Intentional and Unintentional Food Contamination. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES), National Integrated Food Safety Initiative; $2,000,000 (September 2005 ­ August 2010).
Hallman - 4 of 61 16. Co-Principal Investigator, Symptoms, Psychology, Respiratory Disease and Disability in NYC Firefighters following the World Trade Center Disaster (WTCD) National Institutes of Health; $194,652. (April 2004 ­ March 2005). 17. Principal Investigator, Consumer Acceptance of Food Biotechnology in the United States. United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES) Initiative for Future Agriculture and food systems (IFAFS); $2,500,000 (October 2001 ­ September 2005). 18. Principal Investigator, Improving Health Risk Communications to Prevent Unexplained Illnesses Related to Military Deployments. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; $1,100,000 (September 2001 ­ August 2004). 19. Principal Investigator, Public Perceptions of Agricultural Biotechnology. Food Policy Institute, Rutgers University; $86,000 (January ­ December 2001). 20. Co-Principal Investigator, Defining Gulf War Illness. U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; $2,000,000 (October 1997 ­ October 2001). 21. Co-Principal Investigator, Successfully Communicating Worst-Case Scenarios: Strategies for Industry. Hazardous Substance Management Research Center; $76,885 (July 1997 ­ June 1998). 22. Principal Investigator, Redevelopment of the Undergraduate Course, "The Politics of Environmental Issues," Rutgers Dialogues Grant, Rutgers University; $3,200 (January ­ June 1996). 23. Co-Investigator, New Jersey Center for Environmental Hazards Research - a joint program to investigate Persian Gulf War Syndrome in collaboration with the East Orange Veterans Administration Medical Center, The Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, and The Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research. United States Veterans Administration, $2,600,000. (October 1994 ­ September 1999). 24. Principal Investigator, Health and Exposure Survey of Persian Gulf Veterans. U.S. Veterans Administration, $120,000 (see above) (October 1994 ­ September 1996). 25. Principal Investigator, Activists' Views of the Risks of 60Hz Electric and Magnetic Fields. NJAES; $3,900 (June 1994 ­ May 1995). 26. Co-Principal Investigator, Communicating Effectively About Electromagnetic Frequencies: Impacts on Knowledge and Trust. US Environmental Protection Agency; $103,687 (June 1993 ­ June 1995). 27. Principal Investigator, Lyme Disease Cooperative Agreement. New Jersey Department of Health through a grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control; $30,206 (June 1993 ­ July 1994). 28. Principal Investigator, Lyme Disease Cooperative Agreement. New Jersey Department of Health through a grant from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control; $29,404 (June 1992 ­ May 1993). 29. Principal Investigator, Public Perceptions of Agricultural Biotechnology, American Cyanamid Corporation; $31,000 (July 1991 ­ September 1993).
Hallman - 5 of 61 30. Principal Investigator, Lyme Disease: Laying the Groundwork for Educational Interventions, New Jersey Department of Health through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control; $22,231 (November 1991 ­ May 1992). 31. Principal Investigator, Making Risk Comparisons that Make Sense, University Research Grant Award; $500 (June 1992 ­ May 1993). 32. Principal Investigator, Individual and Community Responses to the Perceived Risks of Electric and Magnetic Fields, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station Project; $6,000 (April 1991 ­ September 1992). 33. Principal Investigator, Perceptions of the Risks of Electromagnetic Fields, University Research Grant Award; $2,000 (June 1990 ­ May 1991). 34. Principal Investigator, Psychological Distress and Communities Located Near a Hazardous Waste Facility, University Research Grant Award; $2,000 (January 1990 ­ May 1990). 35. Evaluator, Street Talking Productions for Targeted Families; a substance abuse prevention program funded by the Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, National Institutes of Mental Health; $203,272 (September 1987 ­ September 1989). 36. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the Electronic Parent Locator Network; an eight-state cooperative effort to locate absent parents funded by the Office of Child Support Enforcement, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; $42,800 (February 1987 ­ February 1988). 37. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the First Year Activities of the EPLN Project, funded by the South Carolina State Reorganization Commission; $3,000 (September ­ December 1987). 38. Co-Principal Investigator, Cancer Related Beliefs, Attitudes, Intentions and Behaviors, in a Community at Environmental Risk. This grant was funded by the American Cancer Society; $6,000 (November 1986 ­ March 1988). 39. Principal Investigator, Evaluation of the Jobs Training Program for `At-Risk' Youth; Youth Employment Coordinating Council; funded by the Governor's Office, State of South Carolina; $5,000 (April ­ July 1986). 40. Co-Principal Investigator, An Evaluation of the Electronic Parent Locate Network Conference; funded by the Office of Child Support Enforcement, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services; $2,000 (September 1986). ARTICLES IN REFEREED JOURNALS 1. Golem, D., Hallman, W., Cuite, C., Bellows, A., & Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (2016) Food supplies of immigrant and minority households: How prepared are they for disaster emergency conditions? Topics in Clinical Nutrition, 31(3), 213-221. doi: 10.1097/TIN.0000000000000074 2. Berhaupt-Glickstein, A., & Hallman, W. K. (2015). Communicating scientific evidence in qualified health claims. Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition. doi: 10.1080/10408398.2015.1069730 3. Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., & Godwin, S. (2015). Online purveyors of raw meat, poultry, and seafood products: Delivery policies and available consumer food safety information. Food Protection Trends, 35(2), 80-88. http://www.foodprotection.org/files/food-protection-trends/Mar-Apr-15-Hallman.pdf
Hallman - 6 of 61 4. Johnson, B. B., Hallman, W. K., & Cuite, C. L. (2015). Modeling retrospective attribution of responsibility to hazard-managing institutions: An example involving a food contamination incident. Risk Analysis, 35(3), 423­433. doi: 10.1111/risa.12292. [Epub ahead of print, December 16, 2014]. 5. Berhaupt-Glickstein, A., Nucci, M. L., Hooker, N. H., & Hallman, W. K. (2014). The evolution of language complexity in qualified health claims. Food Policy, 47, 62-70. doi: 10.1016/j.foodpol.2014.04.005 6. Phillips, D. M. & Hallman, W. K. (2013). Consumer risk perceptions and marketing strategy: The case of genetically modified food. Psychology and Marketing, 30(9), 739-748. doi: 10.1002/mar.20642 7. Nucci, M. L. & Hallman, W. K. (2012). Food and scientific illiteracy. Museums and Social Issues, 7(1), 5969. doi:10.1179/msi.2012.7.1.59 8. Onyango, B., Hooker, N., Hallman, W., & Mohammed, I. (2011). Americans' potential responses to deliberate food contamination: A risk perception and communication study. Journal of Bioterrorism and Biodefense, S5:001. doi:10.4172/2157-2526.S5-001 9. Onyango, B., Hooker, N., Hallman, W., & Cuite, C. (2010). American perceptions of food safety: A comparative study of fresh produce, beef and poultry products. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 41(3), 1-13. http://purl.umn.edu/139065 10. Bellows, A., Alcaraz, G., & Hallman, W. K. (2010). Gender and food, a study of food values and attitudes in the USA toward organic, local, U.S. grown, and GM-free foods. Appetite, 55(3), 540-550. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2010.09.002 11. Schefske, S. D., Bellows, A. C., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Cuite, C. L., Rapport, H., Vivar, T., & Hallman, W. K. (2010). Nutrient analysis of varying socioeconomic status home food environments in New Jersey. Appetite, 52(2), 384-389. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2010.01.007 12. Turvey, C. G., Onyango, B., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2010). Risk, fear, bird flu, and terrorists: A study of risk perceptions and economics. Journal of Socio-Economics, 39(1), 1-10. doi:10.1016/j.socec.2009.08.008 13. Nucci, M. L., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2009). When good food goes bad: Television network news and the spinach outbreak of 2006. Science Communication, 31(2), 238-265. doi:10.1177/1075547009340337 14. Onyango, B. Rimal, A., Miljkovic, D., & Hallman, W. (2009). Food safety perceptions as a tool for market segmentation: The U.S. poultry meat market. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 40(3), 79-90. http://purl.umn.edu/99763 15. Corrigan, M., McWilliams, R., Kelly, K. J., Niles, J., Cammarata, C., Jones, K., Wartenberg, D., Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H., Glass, L., Schorr, J., Feirstein, I. & Prezant, D. J. (2009). A computerized, selfadministered questionnaire to evaluate posttraumatic stress among firefighters after the World Trade Center collapse American Journal of Public Health, 99(S3), 702-709. doi:10.2105/AJPH.2008.151605 16. Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2009). Public response to large-scale produce contamination. Choices, 24(2), 21-25. http://www.choicesmagazine.org/magazine/pdf/article_71.pdf
Hallman - 7 of 61 17. Onyango, B., Miljkovic, D., Hallman, W., Nganje, W., Condry, S., & Cuite, C. (2008). Food recalls and food safety perceptions: The September 2006 spinach recall case. Journal of Agribusiness, 26(1), 77-98. http://purl.umn.edu/90563 18. Brewer, N. T., Kipen, H. M., & Hallman, W. K. (2008). The symmetry rule: A 7 year study of symptoms and explanatory labels among Gulf War veterans. Risk Analysis, 28(6), 1737-1748. doi:10.1111/j.15396924.2008.01118.x 19. Turvey, C. G., Onyango, B., & Hallman, W. K. (2008). Political communication and agroterrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 31(10), 947-970. doi:10.1080/10576100802294273 20. Bellows, A. C., Diamond, A., Onyango, B., & Hallman, W. K. (2008). Understanding consumer interest in organics: Production values vs. purchasing behavior. Journal of Agricultural & Food Industrial Organization, 6(1), article 2. 31 pages. Available at: http://www.bepress.com/jafio/vol6/iss1/art2. 21. Govindasamy, R., Onyango, B. M., Hallman, W., Jang, H. M., & Puduri, V. S. (2008). "Public approval of plant and animal biotechnology in Korea: An ordered probit analysis." Agribusiness, 24(1), 102-118. doi:10.1002/agr.20149 22. Turvey, C. G., Onyango, B., Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (2007). Consumers' perception of food system vulnerability to an agroterrorist attack. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 38(3), 70-87. http://purl.umn.edu/46588 23. Onyango, B. M., Hallman, W. K., & Bellows, A. C. (2007). Purchasing organic food in U.S. food systems: A study of attitudes and practice. British Food Journal, 109(5), 399-411. doi:10.1108/00070700710746803 24. Peters, H. P., Lang, J. T., Sawicka, M., & Hallman, W. K. (2007). Culture and technological innovation: Impact of institutional trust and appreciation of nature on attitudes towards food biotechnology in the U.S. and Germany. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 19(2), 191-220. doi:10.1093/ijpor/edm004 25. Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (2006). Subjective and objective risk as predictors of influenza vaccination during the vaccine shortage of 2004-2005. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 43(11), 1379-1386. doi:10.1086/508466 26. Ozakinci, G., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (2006). Persistence of symptoms in veterans of the first Gulf War: 5 year follow-up. Environmental Health Perspectives, 114(10), 1553-1557. doi:10.1289/ehp.9251 27. Fiedler, N., Ozakinci, G., Hallman, W., Wartenberg, D., Brewer, N. T., Barrett, D. H., & Kipen, H. M. (2006). Military deployment to the Gulf War as a risk factor for psychiatric illness among US troops. British Journal of Psychiatry, 188(5), 453-459. doi:10.1192/bjp.188.5.453 28. Onyango, B., Govindasamy, R., & Hallman, W. (2006). U.S. public awareness and knowledge of and interest in biotechnology: A principal component factor analysis. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 37(1), 126-132. http://purl.umn.edu/8577 29. Brewer, N. T., Lillie, S. E., & Hallman, W. K. (2006). Why people believe they were exposed to biological or chemical warfare: A survey of Gulf War Veterans. Risk Analysis, 26(2), 337-345. doi:10.1111/j.15396924.2006.00750.x
Hallman - 8 of 61 30. Onyango, B. M., Govindasamy, R., Hallman, W., Jang, H. M., & Puduri, V. S. (2006). Consumer acceptance of genetically modified foods in Korea: Factor and cluster analysis. Journal of Agribusiness, 24(1), 61-78. http://purl.umn.edu/57700 31. Gaskell, G., Einsiedel, E., Hallman, W., Priest, S. H., Jackson, J., & Olsthoorn, J. (2005). Social values and the governance of science. Science, 310, 1908-1909. doi:10.1126/science.1119444 32. Hebden, W. C., Shin, H. K., & Hallman, W. K. (2005). Consumer responses to GM foods: Why are Americans so different? Choices, 20(4), 243-246. http://www.choicesmagazine.org/2005-4/GMOs/2005-406.pdf 33. Hallman, W. K., & Hebden, W. C. (2005). American opinions of GM food: Awareness, knowledge, and implications for education. Choices, 20(4), 239-242. http://www.choicesmagazine.org/2005-4/GMOs/20054-05.pdf 34. Hallman, W. K., & Aquino, H. L. (2005). Consumers' desire for GM labels: Is the devil in the details? Choices, 20(4), 217-222. http://www.choicesmagazine.org/2005-4/GMOs/2005-4-01.pdf 35. Lang, J. T., & Hallman, W. K. (2005). Who does the public trust? The case of genetically modified food in the United States. Risk Analysis, 25(5), 1241-1252. doi:10.1111/j.1539-6924.2005.00668.x 36. Cuite, C. L., Aquino, H. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2005). An empirical investigation of the role of knowledge in public opinion about GM food. International Journal of Biotechnology, 7(1/2/3), 178-194. doi:10.1504/IJBT.2005.006453 37. Brewer, N. T., Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H. M., & Fiedler, N. (2004). Why do people report better health by phone than by mail? Medical Care, 42(9), 875-883. DOI:10.1097/01.mlr.0000135817.31355.6b 38. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (2004). Consumer acceptance of food biotechnology: Willingness to buy genetically modified food products. Journal of International Food and Agribusiness Marketing, 15(1), 53-76. DOI: 10.1300/J047v15n01_04 39. Lang, J. T., O'Neill, K. M., & Hallman, W. K. (2003). Expertise, trust and communication about food biotechnology. Agbioforum, 6(4), 1-6. http://www.agbioforum.org/v6n4/v6n4a06-lang.htm 40. Hallman, W., Kipen, H., Diefenbach, M., Kang, H., Leventhal, H., Boyd, K., & Wartenberg, D. (2003). Symptom patterns among Gulf War Registry veterans. American Journal of Public Health, 93(4), 624-630. DOI:10.2105/AJPH.93.4.624 41. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (2003). Public perceptions of biotechnology and acceptance of genetically modified food. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 34(3), 36-50. http://purl.umn.edu/27047 42. Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., Wartenberg D., Fiedler, N., Brewer, N. T., & Kipen, H. (2003). Reported exposures, stressors, and life events among Gulf War registry veterans. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 45(12), 1247-1256. doi:10.1097/01.jom.0000099980.38936.09 43. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Schilling, B., Hallman, W., & Adelaja, A. (2003). Product attributes, consumer benefits and public approval of genetically modified foods. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 27(5), 353-365. doi:10.1046/j.1470-6431.2003.00303.x
Hallman - 9 of 61 44. Schilling, B., Hallman, W., Hossain, F., & Adelaja, A. (2003). Consumer perceptions of food biotechnology: Evidence from a survey of U.S. consumers. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 34(1), 30-35. http://purl.umn.edu/27944 45. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (2003). Nutritional benefits and consumer willingness to buy genetically modified foods. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 34(1), 2429. http://purl.umn.edu/27934 46. Onyango, B., Hossain, F., Hallman, W., Schilling, B., & Adelaja, A. (2003). Public perceptions of food biotechnology: Uncovering factors driving consumer acceptance of genetically modified food. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 34(1), 36-42. http://purl.umn.edu/27953 47. Wartenberg, D., Kipen, H., Hallman, W. K., Boyd, K., & Harris, G. (2003). Invited commentary: Unexplained health problems after Gulf War service - Finding answers to complex questions. American Journal of Epidemiology, 157(6), 567-568. doi:10.1093/aje/kwg018 48. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W., Kang, H., & Fiedler, N., & Natelson, B. H. (1999). Prevalence of chronic fatigue and chemical sensitivities in Gulf Registry veterans. Archives of Environmental Health, 54(5), 313-318. doi:10.1080/00039899909602493 49. Sandman, P. M., Weinstein, N. D., & Hallman, W. K. (1998). Communications to reduce risk underestimation and overestimation. Risk, Decision, and Policy, 3(2), 93-108. doi:10.1080/135753098348220 50. Hallman, W. K. (1996). Public perceptions of biotechnology: Another look. Nature Biotechnology, 14(1), 35-38. doi:10.1038/nbt0196-35 51. Rich, R. C., Edelstein, M., Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (1995). Citizen participation and empowerment: The case of local environmental hazards. American Journal of Community Psychology 23(5), 657-676. doi:10.1007/BF02506986 52. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (1995). Present risk, future risk, or no risk? Measuring and predicting perceptions of health risk associated with a hazardous waste facility. Risk: Health, Safety & Environment, 6, 261-280. 53. Smith-Fiola, D. C., & Hallman, W. K. (1995). Tick bite victims and their environment: Responding to the risk of Lyme Disease. New Jersey Medicine, 92(9), 601-604. 54. Hallman, W. K., Weinstein, N. D., Kadakia, S. S., & Chess, C. (1995). Precautions taken against Lyme Disease at three recreational parks in endemic areas of New Jersey. Environment and Behavior, 27(4), 437453. doi:10.1177/0013916595274001 55. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W., Kelly-McNeil, K., & Fiedler, N. (1995). Measuring chemical sensitivity prevalence. American Journal of Public Health, 85(4), 574-577. doi:10.2105/AJPH.85.4.574 56. Weinstein, N. D., Sandman, P. M., & Hallman, W. K. (1994). Testing a visual display to explain small probabilities. Risk Analysis, 14(6), 895-897. doi:10.1111/j.1539-6924.1994.tb00053.x 57. Hallman, W. K., & Smith-Fiola, D. C. (1994). Growing fear: Home horticulture and the threat of Lyme Disease. Journal of Home and Consumer Horticulture, 1(2/3), 265-273. doi:10.1300/J280v01n02_16
Hallman - 10 of 61 58. Wandersman, A. H., & Hallman, W. K. (1993). Are people acting irrationally? Understanding public concerns about environmental threats. American Psychologist, 48(6), 681-686. doi:10.1037/0003066X.48.6.681 59. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. (1992). Attribution of responsibility and individual and collective coping with environmental threats. Journal of Social Issues, 48(4), 101-118. doi:10.1111/j.15404560.1992.tb01947.x 60. Unger, D. G., Wandersman, A., & Hallman, W. (1992). Living near a hazardous waste facility: Coping with individual and family distress. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 62(1), 55-70. doi:10.1037/h0079317 61. Burroughs, W. J., Drews, D. R., & Hallman, W. K. (1991). Predicting personality from personal possessions: A self-presentational analysis. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 6(6), 147-163. 62. Wandersman, A., Hallman, W., & Berman, S. (1989). How residents cope with living near a hazardous waste landfill: An example of substantive theorizing. American Journal of Community Psychology, 17(5), 575583. doi:10.1007/BF00922636 ARTICLES IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALS 1. Lang, J. T., O'Neill, K. M. & Hallman, W. K. (2005, September). Expertise, trust, and communication about food biotechnology. The Food and Beverage Journal [Reprinted from AgBioForum, 6(4) (2003), 1-6.]. 2. Schilling, B., Turvey, C., & Hallman, W. (2004). Consumers and mad cows: Where's the beef? US Food Safety, 1, 149-150. 3. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Schilling, B. J. (2003). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology in the United States in 2001. Acta Horticulturae, 625, 445-455. 4. Hallman, W. K. (1996). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology. Resource, 3(1), 12-14. 5. Hallman, W. K. (1995). Public perceptions of agri-biotechnology. Genetic Engineering News, 15(13), 4-5. BOOKS AND BOOK CHAPTERS 1. Hallman, W. K. (2016). Do American consumers want GM food labeling? ­ It depends on how you ask the question. In: G. A. Thompson, S. E. Lipari, & R. W. F. Hardy (Eds.) NABC Report 27: Stewardship for the Sustainability of Genetically Engineered Crops: The Way Forward in Pest Management, Coexistence, and Trade. Proceedings of the 27th annual conference of the North American Agricultural Biotechnology Council, hosted by The Pennsylvania State University, June 2 and 3, 2015 (pp. 173 ­ 179). Ithaca, NY: North American Agricultural Biotechnology Council. LCCN: 2015948991. http://nabc.cals.cornell.edu/Publications/Reports/nabc_27/NABC27Report.pdf 2. Hallman, W. K. (2015). Improving effective science communication. In: Communicating Science for Policy: Conference organized and convened in Durham, North Carolina, by the ISGP in partnership with Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society, August 10­11, 2015. (pp. 35 ­ 46). Washington, DC: Institute on Science for Global Policy. ISBN: 978-0-9861007-3-4.
Hallman - 11 of 61 3. Nucci, M. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2015). The role of public (mis)perceptions in the acceptance of new food technologies: Implications for food nanotechnology applications. In: D. Wright (Ed.) Communication Practices in Engineering, Manufacturing, and Research for Food, Drug, and Water Safety. (pp. 89-118). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-IEEE Press. ISBN: 978-1-118-27427-9. 4. Hallman, W. K., & Nucci, M. L. (2015). Consumer perceptions of nanomaterials in functional foods. In: C. Sabliov, H. Chen & R. Yada (Eds) Nano- and Micro-scale Vehicles for Effective Delivery of Bioactive Ingredients in Functional Foods (pp. 331-347). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-1-118-46220-1. 5. Nucci, M.L. & Hallman, W. K. (2012). Mork and Mindy, canola oil and mustard gas: The dilemma of scientific illiteracy in decisions about food and health. Goodwin, J. (Ed.). Between Scientists and Citizens: Proceedings of a Conference at Iowa State University, June 1-2, 2012, p. 307-314. Ames Iowa: Great Plains Society for the Study of Argumentation. ISBN: 978-1478152347. 6. Peters, H. P., Lang, J. T., Sawicka, M., & Hallman, W. K. (2012). Culture and technological innovation: Impact of institutional trust and appreciation of nature on attitudes towards food biotechnology in the USA and Germany [in Korean]. In: H. R. Song (Ed.), Risk Communication and Media (pp. 189-234). Seoul: SungKyunKwan University Press. 7. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., Dellava, J. E., Nucci, M. L., Condry, S. C. (2009). Public response to the 2006 recall of contaminated spinach. In X, Fan, B. A. Niemira, C. J. Doona, F. E. Feeherry & R. B. Gravani (Eds.) Microbial Safety of Fresh Produce: Challenge, Perspectives and Strategies. (pp. 351-368). Ames Iowa: Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-0-8138-0416-3 doi:10.1002/9781444319347.ch19 8. Hallman, W. K. (2008). GM foods in hindsight. In E. Einsiedel (Ed.). Emerging Technologies: From Hindsight to Foresight. (pp. 13-32). Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press. 9. Hallman, W. K. (2008). Communicating about microbial risks in foods. In D. W. Schaffner (Ed.). Microbial Risk Analysis of Foods. (pp. 205-262). Washington D. C.: American Society for Microbiology (ASM) Press. ISBN: 978-1-55581-461-8 10. Martyniak, N. D., Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (2007). The Case of the Pinewood Landfill: The Politics of Risk, Rationality, and the Disposal of Hazardous Waste. In M. Edelstein, M. Tysiachniouk & L. Smirnova (Eds.). Cultures of Contamination: Legacies of Pollution in Russia and the US. Research in Social Problems and Public Policy - Volume 14. (pp. 73­91). Oxford: Elsevier. 11. Hallman, W. K. (2005). Predicting approval and discussion of genetically modified foods in Canada and the United States. In E. Einsiedel (Ed.). first impressions: Understanding Public Views on Emerging Technologies (pp. 20-42). Calgary, Alberta, Canada: University of Calgary. Also published in French as: Conjecture sur l'approbation des aliments gйnйtiquement modifiйs et les discussions а ce sujet au Canada et aux Йtats-Unis. In E. Einsiedel (Ed.). Premiиres impressions: comprendre les opinions du public sur les technologies йmergentes (pp. 23-48). Calgary, Alberta, Canada: University of Calgary. 12. Hallman, W. K., & Kenna, M. (Eds.). (2004). Biotechnology-derived, perennial turf and forage grasses: Criteria for Evaluation. Ames, Iowa: Council for Agricultural Science and Technology. 94 pp. ISBN 1887383-25-5. 13. Hallman, W. K. (2000). Understanding public attitudes toward transgenic crops. In R. Pool, & J. Esnayra (Eds.). Ecological Monitoring of Genetically Modified Crops: A Workshop Summary (pp. 24-25). Washington D.C.: National Academy Press.
Hallman - 12 of 61 14. Hallman, W. K. (1998). Impact of EMF risk communication on public EMF risk perception. In R. Matthes, J. H. Bernhardt, and M. H. Repacholi (Eds.). Risk perception, risk communication and its application to EMF exposure. Proceedings of the International Seminar on Risk Perception, Risk Communication and its Application to EMF Exposure (pp. 279-294). Geneva: World Health Organization, International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection. 15. Hallman, W. K. (1997). Risikoabschдtzung in der Biotechnologie (Risk Perspectives in Biotechnology). In G. Kaiser, E. Rosenfeld, and K. Wetzel-Vandai (Eds.). Bio-und Gen-technologie: Anwendungsfelder und wirtschaftliche Perspektiven. (Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering - Fields of Applications and Economic Perspectives) (pp. 113-125). Frankfurt: Campus Verlag. 16. Hallman, W. K., & Smith-Fiola, D. C. (1994). Growing fear: Home horticulture and the threat of Lyme Disease. In J. Flagler and R. P. Poincelot (Eds.). People-Plant Relationships: Setting Research Priorities (pp. 265-273). New York: Haworth Press. 17. Wandersman, A. H., & Hallman, W. K. (1994). Environmental threats: Perception of risk, stress and coping. In B. H. Ruiz, J. M. Torvisco, and E. Suarez (Eds.). Psicologia Ambiental Y Responsabilidad Ecologica [Environmental Psychology and Ecological Responsibility]. (pp. 42-58). Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Domicram. 18. Hallman, W. K. (1993). Communicating with customers about aluminum in drinking water and Alzheimer's disease. In M. G. Shovlin (Ed.). Aluminum in Drinking Water and Alzheimer's Disease: A Resource Guide (pp. 43-57). Denver, Colorado: American Water Works Association Research Foundation. 19. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (1989). Perception of risk and toxic hazards. In D. L. Peck (Ed.). Psychosocial Effects of Hazardous Toxic Waste Disposal on Communities (pp. 31-56). Springfield, Illinois: Charles C. Thomas. PUBLISHED ABSTRACTS 1. Godwin, S., Stone, R., Senger-Mersich, A., & Hallman, W. K. (2015). Consumer Awareness of and Response to Safety Issues upon Delivery of Meat, Fish and/or Seafood Purchased Online. Journal of Food Protection, 178(Sup A): 119 [Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Portland Oregon.] 2. Hallman, W., Cuite, C., McWilliams, R., Senger-Mersich, A., Netterville, L. & Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (2015). Food Safety Practices of Home-Bound Seniors Receiving Home-Delivered Meals. Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 115(9): A57. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2015.06.203 [Poster presented at the 2015 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), Nashville, Tennessee.] 3. Golem, D., Hallman, W., Cuite, C., Bellows, A., & Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (2015). Emergency Food Supplies in Low-Income, Minority Households. Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 115(9): A55. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2015.06.194 [Poster presented at the 2015 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), Nashville, Tennessee.] 4. Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., Cuite, C. L., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., McWilliams, R. M., & Netterville, L. (2015). Hurricane Irene and the Disruption of Home Delivered Meals to Homebound Seniors. Journal of the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 115(9): A19. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2015.06.056 [Poster presented at the 2015 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), Nashville, Tennessee.]
Hallman - 13 of 61 5. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., McWilliams, R., Senger-Mersich, A., Cuite, C., & Hallman, W. (2015). In-home Food Supply among Elderly Home-Delivered Meal Recipients with High Blood Pressure or Diabetes. FASEB Journal, 29(1 Supplement) 589.2. Available at: http://www.fasebj.org.proxy.libraries.rutgers.edu/content/29/1_Supplement/589.2.abstract?sid=7c97d9f4989d-435f-82a6-0a3137f4a39d [Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2015, Boston, Massachusetts.] 6. Berhaupt-Glickstein, A., & Hallman, W. (2015). Why qualified health claims do not work: A content analysis of language characteristics. FASEB Journal, 29(1 Supplement) 124.2. Available at: http://www.fasebj.org.proxy.libraries.rutgers.edu/content/29/1_Supplement/124.2.abstract?sid=7c97d9f4989d-435f-82a6-0a3137f4a39d [Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2015, Boston, Massachusetts.] 7. Hallman, W., Senger-Mersich, A., Godwin, S., Stone, R., Chen, F., & Schaffner, D. (2014). Perishable Meat and Seafood Products Ordered from Online Vendors in the United States ­ Analysis of Shipping Methods, Packaging Materials, and Product Temperatures. Journal of Food Protection, 77(Sup A): 229. [Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Indianapolis, Indiana.] 8. Godwin, S., Stone, R., Senger-Mersich, A. & Hallman, W. (2014). Food Safety Information Recalled by Consumers Who Purchased and/or Received Raw Meat, Poultry, or Seafood Products from Online Purveyors. Journal of Food Protection, 77(Sup A):184. [Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Indianapolis, Indiana.] 9. Agarwal, M., Hallman, W., Senger-Mersich, A., Chen, F., Godwin, S., & Schaffner, D. (August 5, 2014). Prevalence of Pathogens and Indicators in Foods Ordered from Online Vendors in the United States. Journal of Food Protection, 77(Sup A):135. [Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Indianapolis, Indiana.] 10. Godwin, S., Stone, R., Hallman, W., & Senger-Mersich, A. (2014). Identifying Gaps in Food Safety Information Provided by Online Companies and Consumers' Expectations. Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 114 (9), Supplement, p. A75. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jand.2014.06.246. [Paper presented at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE). Atlanta, GA.] 11. Berhaupt-Glickstein, A., Hallman, W. K., Nucci, M., & Hooker, N. (2013). Green Tea and Cancer: A Qualified Health Claim Case Study. FASEB Journal. 27 (1 Meeting Abstracts), 110.2. Available at: http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/27/1_MeetingAbstracts/110.2 [Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2013, Boston, Massachusetts.] 12. Hallman, W. K., Godwin, S., Senger-Mersich, A., & Berman, H. (2013). Online purveyors of raw meat, poultry, and seafood Products: Delivery policies and available consumer food safety information. Journal of Food Protection 76(Sup):96 [Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Charlotte, North Carolina]. 13. Spalding, B., Czarnecki, N., Hallman, W., Fitzgerald, N. (2012). Can Farmers Markets Improve Access and Consumption of Fruits and Vegetables in vulnerable populations? Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, 112 (9), Supplement, p. A72. doi: 10.1016/j.jand.2012.06.253 [Paper presented at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.]
Hallman - 14 of 61 14. Fitzgerald, N., Finston, L., Morgan, K., & Hallman, W. (2012). Developing a food policy council through community-based participatory research. FASEB Journal. 26(1_MeetingAbstracts), 389.3. Available at: http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/26/1_MeetingAbstracts/389.3?sid=4fdf6a18-0a574105-baa5-37512cc919f5 [Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2012, San Diego, California]. 15. Fitzgerald, N., & Hallman, W. (2011). Effectiveness of a farmers market intervention to improve the food access and intake in an urban setting. FASEB Journal. 25(1_MeetingAbstracts), 98.6. Available at: http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/25/1_MeetingAbstracts/98.6?sid=29741a13-44554494-8ac2-bcad81c550f9 [Poster presented at Experimental Biology 2011, Washington, DC]. 16. Fitzgerald, N., Czarnecki, N., Mathew, T., & Hallman, W. (2010). Perceived barriers for consumption of fruits and vegetables. The FASEB Journal, 24(1_MeetingAbstracts), 333.8. Available at: http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/24/1_MeetingAbstracts/333.8?sid=29741a13-44554494-8ac2-bcad81c550f9 [Poster presented at Experimental Biology 2010, Anaheim, California]. 17. Schefske, S. D., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Cuite, C., & Hallman, W. K. (2010). Using UPC scanning methods to characterize household food supplies of multi-ethnic low income minorities. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 110(9S), A103. doi:10.1016/j.jada.2010.06.386 [Poster presented at the American Dietetic Association's Food Nutrition Conference & Exposition 2010, Boston, Massachusetts.] 18. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Schefske, S., Cuite, C., & Hallman, W. (2009). Characterizing the Nutrient and Calorie Content of Home Food Supplies Using Mobile Universal Product Code (UPC) Scanning Technology. Journal of the American Dietetic Association. 109(9S), A50. doi:10.1016/j.jada.2009.06.148 [Poster presented at the American dietetic Association Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo, Denver, Colorado.] 19. Hallman, W., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Cuite, C., Schefske, S., Bellows, A., & Vivar, T. (2009). Characterizing quantities and nutritional qualities of household food supplies for emergency preparedness. Epidemiology, 20(6), S116-S117. doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000362404.50182.22 [Poster presented at the 21st annual conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland]. 20. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Hooker, N. H. (2009). Communicating with Americans about food recalls: Recommended strategies. Epidemiology, 20(6), S144. doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000362493.25210.0d [Poster presented at the 21st annual conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland.] 21. Onyango, B., & Hallman, W. K. (2007). Americans Perceptions of Food Safety: a Comparative Study of Fresh Produce and Meat Products. Journal of Food Distribution Research, 39(1), 110. http://purl.umn.edu/55619 [Paper presented to the 48th annual conference of the Food Distribution Research Society. New Orleans, Louisiana.] 22. Dellava, J. E., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2008). Who's eating spinach again? The FASEB Journal, 22 (1_MeetingAbstracts), 1096.3. Available at: http://www.fasebj.org/cgi/content/meeting_abstract/22/1_MeetingAbstracts/1096.3?sid=29741a13-44554494-8ac2-bcad81c550f9. [Poster presented at Experimental Biology 2008, San Diego, California]. 23. Hallman, W., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Maurer, J., Policastro, P., & Kinney, D. (2008). Development of public information campaign factsheets on food allergies. Epidemiology, 19(1), S216-217. doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000291891.23456.1e [Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico.]
Hallman - 15 of 61 24. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Maurer, J., Policastro, P., Kinney, D., & Hallman, W. (2008). A food safety education campaign for young adults. Epidemiology, 19(1), S216. doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000291890.85338.f1 [Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico.] 25. Hallman, W., Cuite, C. L., & Condry, S. C. (2008). Americans' responses to the spinach E. coli contamination of 2006. Epidemiology, 19(1), S215. doi:10.1097/01.ede.0000291886.92961.78 [Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico.] 26. Hallman, W., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Maurer, J., Policastro, P., & Kinney, D. (2007). Development of public information campaign factsheets on food allergies. Salud Pъblica De Mйxico, 49(4), Ediciуn especial 2, E632-633. [Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico.] 27. Hallman, W., Cuite, C. L., & Condry, S. C. (2007). Americans' responses to the spinach E. coli contamination of 2006. Salud Pъblica De Mйxico, 49(4), Ediciуn especial 2, E666. [Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico.] 28. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Maurer, J., Policastro, P., Kinney, D., & Hallman, W. (2007). A food safety education campaign for young adults. Salud Pъblica De Mйxico, 49(4), Ediciуn especial 2, E717-718. [Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico.] 29. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Hallman, W., Maurer, J., & Grasso, D. (2006). Preventing allergic reactions to foods: The development and evaluation of a fact sheet for food service operations. Epidemiology, 17(6), S278. doi:10.1097/00001648-200611001-00724. [Poster presented to the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Paris, France.] 30. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (2006). Intuitive microbiology: Americans' understanding of germs, disease, and immunity. Epidemiology, 17(6), S198-199. doi:10.1097/00001648-200611001-00504. [Paper presented to the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Paris, France.] 31. McWilliams, R., Prezant, D., Wartenberg, D., Hallman, W., Andreasen, G., Kelly, K., & Kipen, H. (2006). Evaluation of responders to a terrorist attack. Epidemiology, 17(6), S199. doi:10.1097/00001648200611001-00505. [Paper presented to the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Paris, France.] 32. McWilliams, R., Prezant, D., Wartenberg. D., Hallman, W., Corrigan, M., Kelly, K., & Kipen, H. (2006). Provision of services to first-responders. American Journal of Epidemiology, 163(11), S257. [Paper presented to the 2nd American Congress of Epidemiology. Seattle, Washington.] 33. Onyango, B., Bellows, A. C., Diamond, A., & Hallman, W. (2006). What we don't understand about public interest in organics. Appetite, 47(3), 397. doi:10.1016/j.appet.2006.08.047 34. Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (2006). The influenza vaccination shortage of 2004-2005: The role of objective and perceived risk. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 31, S26. [Paper presented at the 2006 Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, CA.]
Hallman - 16 of 61 35. Lillie, S. E., Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (2005). Knowing biological from chemical warfare: The experience of gulf war veterans. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 29, S147. [Poster presented at the 26th Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, MA.] 36. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., & Brewer, N. T. (2005). Communicating about microbial risks. Epidemiology. 16, S41. doi:10.1097/00001648-200509000-00091. [Paper presented to the 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Johannesburg, South Africa.] 37. Onyango, B., Turvey, C., Hallman, W., and Schilling, B. (2005). Agroterrorism and public perceptions of risk: Implications for the U.S. food system. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 34(2), 284. [Selected paper presented at the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Annapolis, MD.] 38. Hallman, W. K. (2005). Current status of human dimensions of water and agriculture. Pp. 25-26 In: Dobrowolski, J. P. and M. P. O'Neill (eds.) Agricultural Water Security Listening Session Final Report. USDA REE Mission Area. 52 p. 39. Fiedler, N., Ozakinci, G., Hallman, W. K., Wartenberg, D., Brewer, N. T., Barrett, D., & Kipen, H. K. (2004). Military deployment and psychiatric illnesses: case of gulf war veterans. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 27, S142. [Poster presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, MD.] 40. Govindasamy, R., Onyango, B., Hallman, W., & Jang, H. (2004). Public approval of plant and animal biotechnology in Korea: An ordered probit analysis. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 33(2), 299. [Selected paper presented at the annual conference of the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Halifax, Nova Scotia.] 41. Onyango, B., Govindasamy, R., Hallman, W., Jang, H., & Puduri, V. (2004). Consumer Acceptance of Genetically Modified Foods in Korea: Factor and Cluster Analysis. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 33(2), 298. [Selected paper presented at the annual conference of the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia.] 42. Schilling, B., Hallman, W. & Turvey, C. (2004). Sanity prevailing in mad cow case. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 33(2), 306. [Selected paper presented at the Joint Canadian Agricultural Economics Society/Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Halifax, Nova Scotia.] 43. Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (2004). (Nonexistent) chemical warfare in the Persian Gulf War: The problem of unbelieving false positive chemical warfare alarms. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 27, S154. [Poster presented at the 25th Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, MD.] 44. Brewer, N. T., Hallman, W. K., Fiedler, N., & Kipen, H. M. (2003). Moderators of medical symptom reporting. Annals of Behavioral Medicine, 25, S147. [Poster presented at the 24th Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Salt Lake City, UT.] 45. Hallman, W. K., Ozakinci, G., & Kipen, H. (2003). Persistence of symptoms reported over time by Gulf War veterans. Epidemiology, 14(5), S81. [Paper presented to the 15th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Perth, Australia.] doi:10.1097/00001648-200309001-00187
Hallman - 17 of 61 46. Wartenberg, D., Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Fiedler, N., Maloor, S., & Brewer, N. (2003). A new name for previously characterized complaints? Epidemiology, 14(5), S84-S85. [Paper presented to the 15th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Perth, Australia.] doi:10.1097/00001648-200309001-00197 47. Hallman, W. K. (2003). Biosafety Policy Options and Public Attitude toward LMO's in U.S.A. [Invited paper presented to the Fourth International Seminar on Biosafety of Living Modified Organisms, Seoul, South Korea. Korean Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, (pp. 71-113)]. 48. Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H. M., Boyd, K. C., Fiedler, N. L., & Wartenberg, D. (2002). Medically unexplained symptoms: What can we learn from systematic assessment of Gulf War veterans in terms of competing classifications for symptoms? Epidemiology, 13(4), S129. [Paper presented to the 14th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE).Vancouver, Canada.] 49. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Fiedler, N. L., & Wartenberg, D. (2002). Medically unexplained symptoms: What do we know and where do we go? Epidemiology, 13(4), S129. [Paper presented to the 14th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE).Vancouver, Canada.] 50. Wartenberg, D., Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Harris, G., & Maloor, S. (2002). Quantitative methods for studying medically unexplained symptoms. Epidemiology, 13(4), S129. [Paper presented to the 14th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE).Vancouver, Canada.] 51. Schilling, B. J., Hallman, W. K., & Adelaja, A. O. (2002). Consumer Knowledge of Food Biotechnology: A Descriptive Study of U.S. Residents. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 31(2), 262. 52. Adelaja, A. O., Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Hallman, W., & Schilling, B. (2002). Uncovering factors influencing public perception of food biotechnology. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 31(2), 262. [Paper presented at the 2002 Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Harrisburg Pennsylvania] 53. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (2002). Consumer acceptance of food biotechnology: Willingness to buy genetically modified food products. Agricultural and Resource Economics Review, 31(2), 260. [Paper presented at the 2002 Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Harrisburg Pennsylvania.] 54. Hallman, W. K. (2001). Communicating about biotechnology. In A. O. Ayeni, (Ed.). Proceedings of the Cook College/New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station and the Sheda Science and Technology Complex workshop on biotechnology research and development collaboration (pp. 58-64). 55. Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H. M., Boyd, K. C., & Wartenberg, D. (2001). Patterns of symptoms among Gulf War Health Registry veterans. Epidemiology, 12(4), S85. [Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.] 56. Boyd, K.C., Hallman, W. K., Wartenberg, D., & Kipen, H. M. (2001). Predicting sick group membership in gulf war registry veterans. Epidemiology, 12(4), S84. [Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.] 57. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Boyd, K. C., & Wartenberg, D. (2001). Medically unexplained symptoms associated with environmental exposures: Progress in defining and explaining illness. Epidemiology, 12(4), S84. [Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.]
Hallman - 18 of 61 58. Wartenberg, D., Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (2001). The use of exploratory factor analysis for the study of medically unexplained symptoms. Epidemiology, 12(4), S85. [Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.] 59. Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (2001). Longitudinal examination of symptom patterns among Gulf War Registry veterans. Annual Report to Congress: Federally Sponsored Research on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses 2000 ­ Appendix, Proceedings: Conference on Illnesses among Gulf War Veterans: A Decade of Research, 17. Washington, DC: Department of Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans Health Coordinating board. 60. Boyd, K. C., Kipen, H. M., & Hallman, W. K. (2001). Predicting group membership in Gulf War illness clusters. Annual Report to Congress: Federally Sponsored Research on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses 2000 ­ Appendix, Proceedings: Conference on Illnesses among Gulf War Veterans: A Decade of Research, 114. Washington, DC: Department of Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans Health Coordinating board. 61. Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H. M., Boyd, K. C., & Wartenberg, D. (2001). Symptom patterns among Gulf War Registry veterans. Annual Report to Congress: Federally Sponsored Research on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses 2000 ­ Appendix, Proceedings: Conference on Illnesses among Gulf War Veterans: A Decade of Research, 122. Washington, DC: Department of Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans Health Coordinating board. 62. Wartenberg, D., Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (2001). Gulf War Syndrome: Making sense of the factor analyses. Annual Report to Congress: Federally Sponsored Research on Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses 2000 ­ Appendix, Proceedings: Conference on Illnesses among Gulf War Veterans: A Decade of Research, 135. Washington, DC: Department of Veterans' Affairs, Military and Veterans Health Coordinating board. 63. Hallman, W. K. (2000). The importance of dose-response modeling to the public. In Proceedings Risk Assessment Consortium meeting, Predicting human dose-response relationships from multiple biological models: Issues with Cryptosporidium parvum, Interagency Risk Assessment Consortium, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Riverdale, MD, p. 6. 64. Kipen, H. M., Boyd, K., Wartenberg, D., & Hallman, W. K. (2000). Stability of derived definitions of medically unexplained symptoms: Gulf War Illness. Epidemiology, 11, S128. [Paper presented to the 12th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Buffalo, New York.] 65. Hallman, W. K. (2000). The public's perception of genetically modified foods. Proceedings of the International Society of Citriculture, December 2000, p. 1104. 66. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Fiedler, N., & Wartenberg, D. (1999). Medically unexplained symptoms in Gulf War veterans: searching for definitions. Epidemiology, 10(4), S44. [Paper presented to the 11th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Athens, Greece.] 67. Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Diefenbach, M., Kang, H., Wartenberg, D., Fiedler, N., & Natelson, B. (1998). Selfreported health status and exposure among gulf war registry veterans. Epidemiology, 9(4), S93. [Paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China.]
Hallman - 19 of 61 68. Hallman, W. K. (1997). Perception par les consommateurs des produits alimentaires obtenus par gйnie gйnйtique. (Consumer perceptions of genetically engineered food products. Proceedings of Aquaculture Canada `97, Quebec, Canada, 19. 69. Hallman, W. K. (1994). Perceptions of traditional crossbreeding and biotechnology: Implications for communication, education, and consumer acceptance of genetically engineered foods. In Proceedings of the International Animal Biotechnology Workshop, University of California at Davis, pp. 60-62. 70. Hallman, W. K. (1992). Risk communication: Helping people understand health risks. In Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the American Water Works Association, Vancouver, Canada, pp. 93-100. 71. Hallman, W. K., & Fiene, R. (1987, October). A management information systems approach to measuring the quality of services. Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the Child Welfare League, URSA Institute, S.C. Health and Human Services Finance Commission, Charleston, South Carolina, Section 6, 45-47. BOOK REVIEWS AND NOTES 1. Hallman, W. K. (1994). Presenting Multimedia in the Classroom and the Boardroom. The Community Psychologist, 28(1), 12-13. http://www.scra27.org/documents/tcp/tcp/tcp1994/tcp94number1pdf 2. Hallman, W. K. (1994). E-mail йtiquette. The Community Psychologist, 27(2), 15. http://www.scra27.org/files/1414/1791/6167/TCP_272_Spring_1994.pdf 3. Hallman, W. K. (1993). Review of Computers for Social Change and Community Organizing. J. Downing, R. Fasano, P.A. Friedland, M. F. McCullough, T. Mizrahi, and J. J. Shapiro (Eds.). The Community Psychologist, 26(2), 21-22. http://www.scra27.org/files/6514/1791/5980/TCP_262_Spring_1993.pdf 4. Hallman, W. K. (1992). Psychosocial aspects of disaster: An ecological approach. [Review of Richard Gist and Bernard Lubin (Eds.). Psychosocial Aspects of Disaster]. Psyccritiques, 37(11), 1210-1211. doi:10.1037/031627 5. Hallman, W. K. (1993). Using computers to improve presentations. The Community Psychologist, 27(1), 21. http://www.scra27.org/files/7414/1791/6067/TCP_271_Fall_1993.pdf 6. Hallman, W. K. (1993). Ecologically correct computing. The Community Psychologist, 26(3), 10. http://www.scra27.org/files/6414/1791/6023/TCP_263_Summer_1993.pdf 7. Hallman, W. K. (1993). Using GIS in community psychology. The Community Psychologist, 26(2), 6. http://www.scra27.org/files/6514/1791/5980/TCP_262_Spring_1993.pdf 8. Hallman, W. K. (1992). Choosing the right IBM compatible personal computer: Part III. The Community Psychologist, 26(1), 8-9. http://www.scra27.org/files/7214/1798/0656/TCP_261_Fall_1992.pdf 9. Hallman, W. K. (1992). Choosing the right IBM compatible personal computer: Part II. The Community Psychologist, 25(3), 12-13. http://www.scra27.org/files/9014/1791/5722/TCP_253_Summer_1992.pdf 10. Hallman, W. K. (1992). Choosing the right IBM compatible personal computer. The Community Psychologist, 25(2), 7. http://www.scra27.org/files/2114/1791/5634/TCP_252_Spring_1992.pdf 11. Hallman, W. K. (1991). Using text-based data bases in community psychology. The Community Psychologist, 25(1), 9. http://www.scra27.org/files/8514/1791/5533/TCP_251_Fall_1991.pdf
Hallman - 20 of 61 12. Hallman, W. K. (1991). Computers and community psychology. The Community Psychologist, 24(2), 9. http://www.scra27.org/files/6114/1791/5306/TCP_242_Spring_1991.pdf SELECTED MONOGRAPHS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS 1. Godwin, S., Stone, R., & Hallman, W. (2015). A consumer's guide to safely ordering and receiving perishable food products from online companies. Tennessee State University, Publication No. TSU-150110(A)-15-13515. Available at http://www.fightc-les.org 2. Godwin, S., Stone, R., & Hallman, W. (2014). Food safety risk factors for consumers ordering and receiving perishable food items from online companies. Report of study results. Tennessee State University, Publication No. TSU-13-0031(A)-4g-13515. Available at http://www.fightc-les.org 3. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Morin, X. K. (2013). Public perceptions of labeling genetically modified foods. Working Paper 2013-01. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station. http://dx.doi.org/doi:10.7282/T33N255N 4. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Wu, F. (2013). Best practices in crisis communications. Prepared for the WPC80 Independent Inquiry for the Fonterra Board of Directors, Auckland, New Zealand. http://wpc80inde-report.fonterra.com/media/280378/wpc80-inquiry-full-report.pdf 5. Hallman, W. K., & Cuite, C. L. (2010). Food recalls and the American public: Improving communications. (Publication number RR-0310-020). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/Impr_Food_Recall_%20Comm_FPI_2010.pdf 6. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Hooker, N. H. (2009). Consumer responses to food recalls: 2008 national survey report. (Publication number RR-0109-018). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/news/rr-0109-018.pdf 7. Cuite, C. L., Schefske, S. D., Randolph, E. M., Hooker, N. H., Nucci, M. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2008). Public response to the Salmonella Saintpaul outbreak of 2008. (Publication number RR-1208-017). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/Public%20Response%20to%20the%20Salmonella%20Saintpaul% 20Outbreak%20of%202008.pdf 8. Nucci, M. L., Dellava, J. E., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2008). The US food import system: Issues, processes and proposals. (Research Food Policy Institute Research Report: RR-0208-001). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/food_imports_%20addendum_0708.pdf 9. Condry, S. C., Hallman, W. K., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (2007). Avian influenza in poultry: Americans' knowledge, perceptions, and responses. (Food Policy Institute Research Report: RR-0507-014). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/2007_Avian%20_Influenza_in_Poultry.pdf 10. Onyango, B., Miljkovic, D., Hallman, W., Nganje, W., Condry, S., & Cuite, C. (2007). Food recalls and food safety perceptions: The September 2006 spinach recall case. Agribusiness and Applied Economics Report No. 602. Fargo, North Dakota: North Dakota State University, Department of Agribusiness and Applied Economics. http://purl.umn.edu/10004
Hallman - 21 of 61 11. Cuite, C. L., Condry, S. C., Nucci, M. L., & Hallman, W. K. (2007). Public response to the contaminated spinach recall of 2006. (Food Policy Institute Research Report: RR-0107-013). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/2007_Public%20Response%20to%20the%20Contaminated%20Sp inach%20Recall%20of%202006.pdf 12. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (2006). Americans' perceptions of and likely responses to the threat of avian influenza in the U.S. food supply. (Food Policy Institute Research Report: RR-1106-012). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. 13. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (2006). Public opinion and media coverage of animal cloning and the food supply: Executive summary. (Food Policy Institute Research Report: RR-1106-011). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/Animal%20Cloning%202006.pdf 14. Hallman, W. K., Hebden, W. C., Cuite, C. L., Aquino, H. L., & Lang, J. T. (2004). Americans and GM food: Knowledge, opinion & interest in 2004. (Food Policy Institute Report No. RR-1104-007). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/pubs.asp?id=59 15. Hallman, W., Schilling, B., & Turvey, C. (2004). Public perceptions and responses to mad cow disease: A national survey of Americans. Food Policy Institute Report (Summary of findings). New Brunswick: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/2004_Public_Perceptions_and_Responses_to_Mad_Cow_Disease. pdf 16. Hallman, W. K., Hebden, W. C., Aquino, H. L., Cuite, C. L., & Lang, J. T. (2003). Public perceptions of genetically modified foods: A national study of American knowledge and opinion. (Food Policy Institute Report No. RR-1003-004). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/2003_public_perceptions_of_genetically_modified_foods.pdf 17. Osinubi, O. Y. O., Hallman, W. K., Muthurajah, S., Malka, E. S., Bussel, J., Brown, M., Hrywna, M., & Delnevo, C. (March, 2003). The 2001 New Jersey eating and drinking establishment tobacco survey: A statewide report for the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. New Brunswick, New Jersey: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Public Health. http://www.nj.gov/health/ctcp/documents/edts_Report.pdf 18. Osinubi, O. Y. O., Hallman, W. K., Kaufman, I., Malka, E. S., Bussel, J., Muthurajah, S., Hrywna, M., & Delnevo, C. (January, 2003). The 2001 New Jersey workplace tobacco survey: A statewide report for the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services. New Brunswick, New Jersey: University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey-School of Public Health. http://www.state.nj.us/health/ctcp/documents/workplacereport.pdf 19. Schilling, B. J., Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Marxen, L. J. (2002). Consumer knowledge of food biotechnology: A descriptive study of U. S. Residents. (Food Policy Institute Report No. RR-0502-002). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://purl.umn.edu/18183
Hallman - 22 of 61 20. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Schilling, B. J., & Lang, J. (2002). Public perceptions of genetically modified foods: Americans know not what they eat. (Food Policy Institute Report No. RR-0302-001). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://foodpolicy.rutgers.edu/docs/pubs/2002_Public_Perceptions_of_Genetically_Modified_Food.pdf 21. Hossain, F., Schilling, B., Onyango, B., & Hallman, W. (2002). Genetically modified foods, functional foods and consumer dilemma. (Food Policy Institute Report No. WP-0702-001). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. 22. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (2002). Consumer acceptance of food biotechnology: Willingness to buy genetically modified food products. (Food Policy Institute Report No. WP-0602-001). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://purl.umn.edu/18169 23. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (2002). Public perceptions of biotechnology and acceptance of genetically modified food. (Food Policy Institute Report No. WP-0602002). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://purl.umn.edu/18185 24. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (2002). Uncovering factors influencing public perceptions of food biotechnology. (Food Policy Institute Report No. WP-0602-003). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://purl.umn.edu/18178 25. Schilling, B., Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., & Hallman, W. (2002). Biotechnology and the American consumer: Public awareness, nutritional benefits and consumer acceptance of genetically modified foods. (Food Policy Institute Report No. WP-0602-004) New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. 26. Hallman, W. K. (2000). Consumer concerns about biotechnology: International perspectives. (Food Policy Institute Report No. RR-0602-003). New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://purl.umn.edu/18172 27. Hopkins, M. D., Gladney, R., Hallman, W. K., & Friese, B. (1999). A utilization focused evaluation of the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) of the State of South Carolina Under Title XXI of the Social Security Act. Columbia, SC: University of South Carolina College of Social Work, The Partnership for Community and Organizational Services of the University Specialty Clinics. 28. Hallman, W. (1998). Risk communication skills and techniques: A training manual. Trenton, New Jersey: New Jersey Office of Emergency Management. 29. Kovacs, D., Gibson, G., Chess, C., & Hallman, W. (1998). Outreach materials about risk management plans: Guidance from pilot research. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Center for Environmental Communication. 30. Gray, P. C. R., Wiedemann, P. M., Schьtz, H., Hallman, W. K., Feldman, D., & Turner, R. (1996). The nature and challenges of environmental decision making: Case studies for policy improvement. Background paper for Planning Workshop, 17-19 October 1996, (NCEDR/96-03). Knoxville, TN: National Center for Environmental Decision Making Research.
Hallman - 23 of 61 31. Hallman, W. K., Chess, C., & Wartenberg, D. (1994). Electric and magnetic fields: Activists' views on the accessibility of information, prudent avoidance, and the role of government. Report prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Radiation Programs. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Center for Environmental Communications. 32. Hallman, W. K., & Metcalfe, J. (1994). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology: A survey of New Jersey Residents. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Food Policy Institute. http://purl.umn.edu/18170 33. Chess, C., Wartenberg, D., Newman, J., & Hallman, W. (1994). Communicating effectively about electromagnetic fields: Impacts on knowledge and trust - Summary of EMF questions asked of DEPE staff. Report prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Radiation Programs. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University, Center for Environmental Communications. 34. Weinstein, N. D., Sandman, P. M., & Hallman, W. K. (1994). Communications to reduce risk underestimation and overestimation. Report: 230-R-94-901. Washington, DC: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Policy, Planning and Evaluation, and Office of Radiation Programs. http://nepis.epa.gov/Exe/ZyPDF.cgi/9101O0Y7.PDF?Dockey=9101O0Y7.PDF 35. Hallman, W. K., Weinstein, N. D., & Chess, C. (1993). Risk perceptions and the threat of Lyme Disease: Precautions in two endemic counties in New Jersey. Final Report to the New Jersey State Department of Health and the US Centers for Disease Control. 36. Hallman, W. K., Weinstein, N. D., & Chess, C. (1992). Lyme Disease: Setting the groundwork for educational interventions - Summary of the key informants survey. Final Report to the New Jersey State Department of Health and the US Centers for Disease Control. 37. Hallman, W. K. (1989). Coping with an environmental stressor: Perception of risk, attribution of responsibility, and psychological distress in a community living near a hazardous waste facility. (Doctoral Dissertation, University of South Carolina). Dissertation Abstracts International, 51/01B, 474. 38. Hallman, W. K., & Hallman, C. W. (1988). Evaluation of the first year activities of the Electronic Parent Locator Network Project. Final Report to the South Carolina State Reorganization Commission. 39. Hallman, W. K. (1988). Improving the quality of services: An evaluation of the first year of operations of the social services block grant quality assurance system. Columbia S.C.: State Health and Human Services Finance Commission. 40. Hallman, W. K. (1986). Remembering more about those we know: The familiarity effect in performance appraisals - A case of non-individuated information. Unpublished Master's Thesis, Columbia, S.C.: University of South Carolina. INVITED PRESENTATIONS 1. Hallman, W. K. (July 20, 2016). Public Perceptions of Animal-sourced Genetically Modified Food Products. Invited presentation in the session, Contemporary and Emerging issues symposium: Communicating animal sciences effectively, 2016 Annual Joint meeting of the The American Society of Animal Science (ASAS), the American Dairy Science Association® (ADSA®), the Western Section of the American Society of Animal Science (WSASAS), and the Canadian Society of Animal Science (CSAS). Salt Lake City, Utah.
Hallman - 24 of 61 2. Hallman, W. K. (June 29, 2016). Prior Knowledge, Plausibility and Perceived Risks of Biotechnology. Invited presentation in the session, When Science Isn't Enough: Communicating in a Complex World, 20th Annual Conference of the International Consortium on Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR), Ravello, Italy. 3. Hallman, W. K. (June 9, 2016). Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods and Preferences for Mandatory Labeling. Invited Presentation, US Food and Drug Administration, Center For Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, College Park, Maryland. 4. Hallman, W. K. (April 25, 2016). Risk Communication Principles. Invited presentation, Risk Management and Communication Conference & Workshop, National Health Research Institutes, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. 5. Hallman, W. K. (April 25, 2016). How to Work With The Media. Invited presentation, Risk Management and Communication Conference & Workshop, National Health Research Institutes, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. 6. Hallman, W. K. (April 5, 2016). Panel Moderator, Don't Declare It Over Without First Learning From It, 2016 Annual Symposium, Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Greenbelt, Maryland. 7. Hallman, W. K. (April 4, 2016). Are Age-old Risk Communication Principles Standing the Test of Time (and the Internet)? Invited presentation at the 2016 Annual Symposium, Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Greenbelt, Maryland. 8. Hallman, W. K. (April 4, 2016). Panel Moderator, Dealing with Information Overload, 2016 Annual Symposium, Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Greenbelt, Maryland. 9. Hallman, W. K. (February 11, 2016). Empowering People to Reduce Indoor Exposures to Particulate Matter: What Can We Learn from Communicating about Other Health Risks? Invited presentation to the Workshop on the Health Risks of Indoor Exposure to Particulate Matter, Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. 10. Hallman, W. K. (February 5, 2016). Invited Guest Expert, The Eagleton Science and Politics Workshop: When Does Science Influence Policy? Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 11. Hallman, W. K. (February 2, 2016). Consumer Perceptions of GMO's and Mandatory Labeling. Invited presentation to the Mid-Atlantic Fruit and Vegetable Convention, Hershey Pennsylvania. 12. Hallman, W. K. (January 20, 2016). Food for Thought: GMOs. Invited presentation as part of The Franklin Institute Speaker Series, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 13. Hallman, W. K. (November 4, 2015). Public Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods and Mandatory Labeling. Invited presentation, Vanilla 2015 Symposium, Jamesburg, New Jersey. 14. Hallman, W. K. (October 29, 2015). Americans' Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods and Mandatory Labeling. Invited presentation, Department of Food Science, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania. 15. Hallman, W. K. (October 13, 2015). Public Perceptions of Labeling Genetically Modified Foods. Invited presentation. Carolina Meat Conference. Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Hallman - 25 of 61 16. Hallman, W. K. (October 13, 2015). What's the buzz? Vaccines, Hormones, Antibiotics, Growth Promotants, and GMOs. Invited Panelist. Carolina Meat Conference. Winston-Salem, North Carolina. 17. Hallman, W. K., & Godwin, S. (October 2, 2015). Identifying Food Safety Risk Factors and Educational Strategies for Consumers Purchasing Seafood and Meat Products Online. Invited presentation, Department of Food Science, Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee. 18. Hallman, W. K. (October 1, 2015). Consumer Perceptions and Behaviors Concerning Genetically Modified Foods. Invited presentation, Department of Family & Consumer Science, Tennessee State University, Nashville, Tennessee. 19. Hallman, W. K. (September 14, 2015). Public Perceptions of GMOs and Mandatory Labeling. Invited presentation, Annenberg Public Policy Center, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 20. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., Getty, T. (September 10, 2015). Emergency Preparedness for Homebound Seniors ­ Be Prepared, Be Informed, Be Safe! A webinar sponsored by the National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging, Washington, DC. 21. Hallman, W. K. (September 3, 2015). Translation of Scientific Research to Popular Thought. Invited presentation at the workshop, Food Literacy: How Do Communications and Marketing Impact Consumer Knowledge, Skills, and Behavior, convened by the Food Forum of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Washington, D.C. 22. Hallman, W. K. (August 10, 2015). Improving Effective Science Communication. Invited presentation to the workshop on Communicating Science for Public Policy, convened by the Institute on Science for Global Policy (ISGP) in cooperation with Sigma Xi, the Scientific Research Society, Durham, North Carolina. 23. Godwin, S., & Hallman, W. K. (July 30, 2015). Identifying Food Safety Risk Factors and Educational Strategies for Consumers Purchasing Seafood and Meat Products Online. Invited Presentation, United States Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition, Washington, DC. 24. Hallman, W. K. (July 27, 2015). The Psychology of Food. Invited Presentation, Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Portland Oregon. 25. Hallman, W. K. (July 15, 2015). Frameworks and Guidance in the Area of Risk Communication. Invited presentation to the Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures, Special Thematic Session on Risk Communication, World Trade Organization (WTO). Geneva, Switzerland. 26. Hallman, W. K. (June 11, 2015). Consumer Decision-making about Genetically Modified Foods. Invited presentation. Monsanto Fellows Colloquium, Helping the Public Understand Science and Risk, St. Louis, Missouri. 27. Hallman, W. K. (June 8, 2015). Public Perceptions of Food Nanotechnology. Invited presentation, Gordon Research Conference, Nanoscale Science and Engineering for Agriculture and Food Systems, Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts.
Hallman - 26 of 61 28. Hallman, W. K. (June 6, 2015). The Familiarity and Use of Qualified Health Claims by Older Consumers in the United States. Invited presentation, as part of the special session: Consumer Research on Food Labeling: How Knowledge, Experiences, and Assumptions Affect Consumer Interpretations of Healthrelated Claims and Nutrition Disclosures during the 2015 Marketing and Public Policy Conference, Washington, DC. 29. Hallman, W. K. (June 3, 2015). Do American Consumers Want GM Food Labeling? ­ It Depends on How You Ask the Question. Invited presentation, as part of the "Social and Economic Dimensions of Sustainability" panel at the 27th annual conference of the North American Agricultural Biotechnology Council (NABC) ­ Stewardship for the Sustainability of Genetically Engineered Crops: The Way Forward in Pest Management, Coexistence, and Trade. The Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania. 30. Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., & Godwin, S. (May 29, 2015). Food Safety Risks Associated with Online Sales of Raw Meat, Poultry, Game, and Seafood. Invited presentation, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia. 31. Cuite, C. L., Hallman W. K., & Morin, X. (May 9, 2014). Public perceptions of labeling of genetically modified food. Invited presentation to the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station meeting "GMOs: Questions and answers for New Jersey farmers." Bordentown, NJ. 32. Hallman, W. K. (April 30, 2015). Invited panelist: Public Opinion and Policy Making, American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Forum on Science and Technology Policy, Washington, DC. 33. Hallman, W. K. (April 10, 2015). Invited panelist: What's in a Name? Rethinking Food Labeling, Museum of Food and Drink (MOFAD) Roundtable. Food Book Fair, Brooklyn, New York. 34. Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., & Godwin, S. (March 1, 2015). Food Safety Risks Associated with Online Sales of Raw Meat, Poultry, Game, and Seafood. Invited presentation, New Jersey Environmental Health Association 11th Annual Educational Conference 2015, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 35. Hallman, W. K. (January 15, 2015). Invited panelist: Panel Discussion on Science Communication and Initiatives to Label GM Foods, When Science and Citizens Connect: Public Engagement on Genetically Modified Organisms - A Workshop of the Roundtable on Public Interfaces of the Life Sciences. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. 36. Hallman, W. K. (January 15, 2015). How Consumers Make Decisions. Invited presentation, When Science and Citizens Connect: Public Engagement on Genetically Modified Organisms - A Workshop of the Roundtable on Public Interfaces of the Life Sciences. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. 37. Hallman, W. K. (January 14, 2015). Consumer Understanding, Risk Perception, Communication. Invited presentation to The Hershey Company, Hershey, Pennsylvania. 38. Hallman, W. K. (November 21, 2014). Moderator and invited presentation, Panel: Risk Perception vs. Risk Communication. Workshop on Chemical Contaminants in Foods - Risk-based Approaches to Protect Public Health sponsored by The United States Pharmacopeial Convention, Rockville, Maryland. 39. Hallman, W. K. (September 25, 2014). Public Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods and Mandatory Labeling. Invited presentation to the Princeton Agricultural Association, Hillsborough, New Jersey.
Hallman - 27 of 61 40. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Getty, T. (September 23, 2014). Safe Foods for Seniors Begins in the Home: Knowledge, Practices, Risks and Interventions for Homebound older adults. Webinar presentation sponsored by the National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging, Alexandria, Virginia. 41. Hallman, W. K. & Hooker, N. H. (September 19, 2014). The Diet-Health Nexus: Communicating Emerging Evidence. Invited presentation to the RWJF Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana. 42. Hallman, W. K. (August 5, 2014). Invited participant, Communications Roundtable: Leveraging Your Networks to Enhance Food Risk Communications. Presented at the International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting, Indianapolis, Indiana. 43. Hallman, W. K. (May 15, 2014). Food Risk Communication Principles. Invited presentation to the Food Safety Risk Communication Workshop, Shenzhen University Law School, Shenzhen, China. 44. Hallman, W. K. (May 14, 2014). Invited participant, Roundtable Meeting at the China National Center for Food Safety Risk Assessment, Beijing, China. 45. Hallman, W. K. (May 13, 2014). Food Risk Communication Principles. Invited presentation to the SinoU.S. Workshop on Food Safety Risk Communication, sponsored by the Food and Drug Law Center of Central University of Finance and Economics and the China Law Center, of the Law School of Yale University, Beijing, China. 46. Hallman, W. K. (May 12, 2014). Invited participant, Roundtable on Information Disclosure and Food Safety Risk Communication. Presented at the Peking University Law School, Beijing, China. 47. Hallman, W. K. (May 9, 2014). Consumers Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods and the Controversy over Mandatory Labeling. Invited presentation to the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School Retired Faculty Association, Piscataway, New Jersey. 48. Hallman, W. K. (April 26, 2014). Invited discussant for Symposium - Marketing Fear to Consumers: The Unintended Consequences of Communicating Risk the 2014 Annual Spring Symposium of the Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Beltsville, Maryland. 49. Hallman, W. K. (April 25, 2014). Mapping Consumer Trends in Food and Agriculture Technologies. Invited presentation to the 2014 Annual Spring Symposium of the Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, Beltsville, Maryland. 50. Hallman, W. K. (April 17, 2014). Motivating Consumers to Take Action During Food Recalls. Invited presentation to 4th Annual NM Food Protection Alliance Conference, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 51. Hallman, W. K. (February 5, 2014). GMO Crops- What the Public Understands and Wants. Invited presentation to the 2013 New Jersey State Agricultural Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 52. Hallman, W. K. (January 13, 2014). American Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods. Invited paper presented at the School of Medicine, University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland. 53. Hallman, W. K. (December 9, 2013). Invited discussant. Symposium - Communicating Risk Uncertainty: What Have We Learned and Where Are We Going? Presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Baltimore, Maryland.
Hallman - 28 of 61 54. Hallman, W. K. (December 9, 2013). Public Perceptions of Genetically Modified Foods: Should They Be Labeled? Invited presentation as part of the New Jersey Department of Health Public Health Seminar Series, Rutgers School of Public Health, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 55. Hallman, W. K. (September 24, 2013). Invited discussant. Individual and social perceptions of science: Three cases. Sackler Colloquium: The Science of Science Communication II. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. 56. Hallman, W. K. (September 23, 2013). Invited discussant. Motivated audiences: Belief and attitude formation about science topics. Sackler Colloquium: The Science of Science Communication II. National Academy of Sciences, Washington, DC. 57. Hallman, W. K., & Cuite, C. L. (September 6, 2013). Consumer Perceptions of Food Contamination Events. Invited nationally broadcast webinar, National Center for Food Protection and Defense. Chaska, Minnesota. 58. Hallman W. K. (July 30, 2013). Effectively Communicating with Consumers about Food Recalls. Invited presentation as part of the symposium, Consumer Food Safety Behaviors: How to Change Them and How to Know When We've Done It. Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP). Charlotte, North Carolina. 59. Hallman, W. K. (February 12, 2013). Food Recall Fatigue. Invited presentation to the Risk Communication Advisory Committee, US Food and Drug Administration, Silver Spring, Maryland. 60. Hallman, W. K. (February 5, 2013). Public Perception of GMO Foods. Invited presentation to the 2012 New Jersey State Agricultural Convention, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 61. Hallman, W. K. (August 22, 2012). Food Recalls: What does it mean for your clients? Invited presentation at the Meals on Wheels Association of America Annual Conference, National Harbor, Maryland. 62. Hallman, W. K., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Cuite, C., & Netterville, L. (July 21, 2012). Improving the safety and nutritional adequacy of the home food supply of elderly recipients of home delivered meals. Poster presented at the Project Director's Meeting for the National Integrated Food Safety Initiative (NIFSI) program held in conjunction with the International Association for Food Protection's (IAFP) Annual Meeting. Providence Rhode Island. 63. Hallman, W. K. (March 6, 2012). Consumer Perceptions of Food Safety. Invited presentation to the Philadelphia Section of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT). Cherry Hill, New Jersey. 64. Hallman, W. K. (February 2, 2012). Food Nanotechnology: Understanding the Parameters of Consumers Acceptance. Invited presentation to the symposium, Public Perception, Acceptance, Education and Outreach of Nanotechnology in Food and Agriculture, USDA/NIFA Nanotechnology Grantees' FY 2012 Annual Meeting, Kissimmee, Florida. 65. Hallman, W. K. (October 21, 2011). Parameters of consumer acceptance of food nanotechnology: A multiphase research project. Presentation to the Symposium - Understanding Consumer's Acceptance of Food Nanotechnology: Research and Dialogue. Rutgers University, New Brunswick New Jersey. 66. Hallman, W. K., & Cuite, C. L. (October 21, 2011). Results of a national survey on Americans' knowledge of food nanotechnology. Presentation to the Symposium - Understanding Consumer's Acceptance of Food Nanotechnology: Research and Dialogue. Rutgers University, New Brunswick New Jersey.
Hallman - 29 of 61 67. Hallman, W. K. (May 24, 2011). Public perceptions of chemical contamination of food. Invited presentation to the International Food Information Council (IFIC) 2011 Science Communications Summit - Chemical Contaminants in Food: Their Impact on Human Disease, Public Perception and Your Bottom Line, International Food Information Council, National Harbor, Maryland. 68. Hallman, W. K. (April 28, 2011). Motivating Consumers to Respond Appropriately to Food Recalls. Invited presentation to the Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (JIFSAN) Advisory Council 2011 Spring Symposium. Greenbelt, Maryland. 69. Hallman, W. K. (April 7, 2011). Public perceptions of chemicals in food. Invited presentation to the Expert Risk Communication Roundtable: Consumer Perceptions about Chemical Risks from Food, International Food Information Council, Washington, D.C. 70. Hallman, W. K. (February 23, 2011). Are American Consumers Ready for Food Nanotechnology? Invited presentation to the University of Wisconsin-Madison Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center's UWNSEC NSF Symposium. Madison, Wisconsin. 71. Hallman, W. K. (November 2, 2010). Food recalls and the American public: Changing policies and improving communications. Invited presentation to the 5th International Conference for Food Safety and Quality Redondo Beach, California. 72. Hallman, W. K. (October 28, 2010). Consumer response to food recalls. Invited presentation to the symposium, Food Safety: From Farm to Table, sponsored by the National Capital Area Chapter, Society of Toxicology (NCAC-SOT), College Park, Maryland. 73. Hallman, W. K. (March 25, 2010). Food recalls: Connecting with consumers. Invited plenary address to the 2010 Food Safety Education Conference - Advancements in Food Safety Education: Trends, Tools and Technologies, sponsored by the USDA, Atlanta, Georgia. 74. Hallman, W. K. (December 3, 2009). Food safety: Implications for Federal programs affecting agricultural and food marketing. Invited presentation at the U.S. Policies Affecting Food and Agricultural Marketing in a Global Economy - Administrator/Staff/ Researchers Workshop, sponsored by the Farm Foundation. Washington, D. C. 75. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Nucci, M. L. (November 18, 2009). Food recalls and the American public: Research concerning what people hear, know, and do in response to contamination incidents. Invited keynote presentation to the Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) Regional Food Protection Conference, Lexington, Kentucky. 76. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Nucci, M. L. (October 30, 2009). Communicating with older populations during food recalls. Invited presentation to the Food Forum of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Washington, D.C. 77. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Nucci, M. L. (October 27, 2009). Consumer responses to food recalls. Invited keynote presentation to the Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) Regional Food Protection Conference, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania. 78. Hallman, W. K., & Hooker, N. H. (October 9, 2009). The Diet-Health Nexus: Communicating Emerging Evidence. Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Awards in Health Policy Research Annual Meeting, San Diego, California.
Hallman - 30 of 61 79. Hallman, W. K. (September 28, 2009). Food nanotechnology: Understanding the parameters of consumer acceptance. Invited presentation to the United States Department of Agriculture National Research Initiative nanotechnology grantees' conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico. 80. Hallman, W. K. (August 13, 2009). Food recalls and the American public: Research concerning what people hear, know, and do in response to contamination incidents. Invited presentation to the Risk Communication Advisory Council of the United States Food and Drug Administration, Washington, D.C. 81. Hallman, W. K. (July 11, 2009). Food biosecurity: Modeling the health, economic, social, and psychological consequences of intentional and unintentional food contamination. Invited poster presented at the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES), National Integrated Food Safety Initiative Investigators Meeting, Grapevine, Texas. 82. Hallman, W. K. (May 27, 2009). Food recalls and the American Public: Guidance for effective communication. Invited presentation to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Nutrition, College Park, Maryland. 83. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Hooker, N. H. (May 14, 2009). Public responses to food recalls. Invited presentation to the Partnership for Food Safety Education, Washington, D.C. 84. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Hooker, N. H. (April 14, 2009). Communicating with the public about food recalls: Lessons from the Rutgers national survey on food recalls. Invited presentation to the 2009 Science Forum sponsored by the Grocery Manufacturers Association, Arlington, Virginia. 85. Hallman, W. K. (February 18, 2009). Food banks, food gardens, and sustainable foods. Invited Panelist. Rx to Fight Hunger. Liberty Science Center, Jersey City, New Jersey. 86. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Hooker, N. H. (January 9, 2009). Consumer knowledge, attitudes, intentions, and behaviors in response to food recalls. Invited presentation to the Grocery Manufacturers Association, Washington, D.C. 87. Cuite, C. L., Schefske, S. D., Randolph, E. M., Hooker, N. H., Nucci, M. L., & Hallman, W. K. (January 8, 2009). Public response to the Salmonella Saintpaul outbreak of 2008. Invited presentation. GMA Science Institute & Industry Affairs Council Recall Working Group. Kraft Foods, East Hanover, New Jersey. 88. Hallman, W. K. (December 4, 2008). Maintaining food quality and security. Invited presentation. The Food and Agriculture Policy Summit. Farm Foundation, Washington, D.C. 89. Hallman, W. K. (November 4, 2008). What are the most prominent taken-for­granted recommendations for communicating controversial risks? How much are they based on sufficient evidence? Invited Session Chair. Workshop: Communicating Controversial Risks, Munich Reinsurance Group, Munich, Germany. 90. Hallman, W. K. (October 30, 2008). Will the meat and milk of cloned animals sell? Invited presentation to the Industry Advisory Board, Center for Advanced Food Technology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Hallman - 31 of 61 91. Hallman, W. K. (October 28, 2008). Invited panelist - What has been and what should be the role of the FDA, USDA, and EPA in reducing the risk of foodborne and waterborne disease caused by irrigation waters? Water Reuse in Agriculture: Ensuring Food Safety Conference, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, Monterey, California. 92. Hallman, W. K. (October 27, 2008). Leafy crops and the use of recycled water--Fallout from the fresh spinach event. Invited presentation to the Water Reuse in Agriculture: Ensuring Food Safety Conference, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, Monterey, California. 93. Hallman, W. K. (September 23, 2008). Les consommateurs achиteront-ils des produits des animaux clonйs? [Will cloned animal products sell?] Invited presentation to a joint session of InnoVet 2008 and the 4th Colloque International Francophone De Microbiologie Animale. Saint-Hyacinthe (Quebec) Canada. 94. Hallman, W. K. (June 6, 2008). A consumer's view of food risks. Invited presentation to the Farm Foundation Roundtable - Changing Perceptions of Food and Agriculture: Taking Advantage of the Opportunities. Canandaigua, New York. 95. Hallman, W. K. (May 6, 2008). The psychology of food risks. Invited presentation to the Farm Foundation Forum on Food Safety, National Press Club, Washington, D.C. 96. Hallman, W. K., Chess, C., Cuite, C, L., Nucci, M. L., Pleasant, A. F. (March 10, 2008). Looking back, looking forward: Lessons learned from a multi-disciplinary examination of the 2006 spinach recall. Part of Examining the 2006 Spinach Crisis from Multiple Perspectives, presented to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Center for Food Safety and Nutrition, College Park, Maryland. 97. Hallman, W. K., Chess, C., Cuite, C, L., Nucci, M. L., Pleasant, A. F. (March 10, 2008). Looking back, looking forward: Lessons learned from a multi-disciplinary examination of the 2006 spinach recall. Part of Examining the 2006 Spinach Crisis from Multiple Perspectives, presented to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, Washington, D.C. 98. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (November 5, 2007). Public perceptions of the threat of avian influenza in the U.S. food supply. Invited paper presented to the 48th annual conference of the Food Distribution Research Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. 99. Hallman, W. K. (October 4, 2007). Choosing appropriate methods for understanding public perceptions of biotechnology. Invited presentation to the High Level Policy Dialogue Workshop on Public Perceptions of Agricultural Biotechnology, sponsored by the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC). Lima, Peru. 100. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (July 24, 2007). Imagining the invisible: The psychology of germs, contamination, and food safety. Invited presentation to the Fresh Produce and Floral Council Southern California Expo and Seminars. Anaheim, California. 101. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (May 31, 2007). Lay mental models of germs, health, and disease. Invited presentation to the 18th Annual Ecsite [European Network of Science Centers and Museums] Conference. Lisbon, Portugal. 102. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., Condry, S. C., & Nucci, M. (April 26, 2007). Public Response to the Spinach Recall of 2006. Invited presentation to the Produce Safety Summit. Palm Springs, California.
Hallman - 32 of 61 103. Hallman, W. K. (April 18, 2007). Consumer Acceptance of Biotechnology. Invited presentation to the conference on Leadership in Biotechnology/Bio-security: Understanding biotechnology, food defense, research, biofuels, and organic systems, sponsored by the New Jersey Agricultural Leadership Development Program, Newark, Delaware. 104. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., Condry, S. C., & Nucci, M. (April 4, 2007). Public knowledge and behaviors during the 2006 spinach recall. Invited presentation to the Board of Governors of the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES). Hammonton, New Jersey. 105. Condry, S. C., Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Vata, M. (March 23, 2007). Americans' knowledge, perceptions of risk and probable responses to the threat of avian influenza in U.S. food supply. Invited presentation to the Marketing Policy Conference Bio-terrorism and Natural Disasters: Market and Policy Responses, sponsored by Food and Agricultural Marketing Policy Section (FAMPS), NC-1016, and the Council of Food, Agriculture, and Resource Economics (C-FARE), Washington D.C. 106. Cuite, C. L, Condry, S. C., & Hallman, W. K. (March 23, 2007). Consumer response to the spinach recall. Invited presentation to the Marketing Policy Conference Bio-terrorism and Natural Disasters: Market and Policy Responses, sponsored by Food and Agricultural Marketing Policy Section (FAMPS), NC-1016, and the Council of Food, Agriculture, and Resource Economics (C-FARE), Washington D.C. 107. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (March 15, 2007). Risk communication and the threat of avian influenza in the U.S. food supply. Invited presentation to the 4th International Bird Flu Summit, Arlington, Virginia. 108. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C. (March 9, 2007). Public perceptions of cloned animals and the food supply. Briefing on Livestock Cloning. American Farm Bureau Federation, Washington, D. C. 109. Cuite, C. L, Condry, S. C., & Hallman, W. K. (February 15, 2007). The Public's responses to the spinach E. coli contamination of 2006. Invited presentation to the conference: E. coli -- 2007 Understanding, Detecting and Preventing, sponsored by the Biotechnology Center for Agriculture and the Environment Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Jamesburg, New Jersey. 110. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (February 6, 2007). Americans' perceptions of the threat of avian influenza in the U.S. food supply. Invited presentation to the Occupational Medicine Residents' Seminar, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Piscataway, New Jersey. 111. Cuite, C. L, Condry, S. C., & Hallman, W. K. (January 24, 2007). Americans' Responses to the Spinach E. coli Contamination of 2006. Invited presentation to the New Jersey Department of Agriculture's Spinach Roundtable, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 112. Condry, S. C., Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Vata, M. (December 4, 2006). American's knowledge, perceptions, and probable responses to the threat of Avian Influenza in poultry. Invited paper within the session "The risk communication challenges of Avian Influenza / pandemic flu: Global, national, and theoretical perspectives," presented to the 26th Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Baltimore, Maryland. 113. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (December 1, 2006). Americans' perceptions of and likely responses to the threat of avian influenza in the U.S. food supply. Invited presentation to the Office of the Secretary, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 114. Hallman, W. K. (November 11, 2006). Pandemic Preparedness. Invited presentation to the 79th annual convention of the Food Industry Association Executives, Sanibel Island, Florida.
Hallman - 33 of 61 115. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (November 11, 2006). Americans' perceptions of the threat of avian influenza in the U.S. food supply. Invited presentation to the 79th annual convention of the Food Industry Association Executives, Sanibel Island, Florida. 116. Hallman, W. K. (October 12, 2006). Public Perceptions of Genetically-Modified Foods: Americans Know Not What They Eat. Invited lecture in the Food for Thought Lecture Series, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. 117. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Vata, M., & Cuite, C. L. (October 4, 2006). Public perceptions of the threat of avian influenza in the U.S. food supply. Invited presentation to the New Jersey Food Council's Avian Influenza Tabletop Exercise Group, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 118. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (April 11, 2006). Consumer opinion about animal biotechnology. Invited paper within the session "Consumer Opinion's Impact on Regulation, Marketing, Funding and Business Survivability in Animal Biotech", presented at the 2006 Annual Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) conference, Chicago, Illinois. 119. Hallman, W. K. (April 7, 2006). Small wonder: Exploring public perception of nanotechnology. Invited paper presented to the 27th annual meeting of the Universities Occupational Safety and Health Education Research Center (UOSHERC). Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, New York. 120. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (January 11, 2006). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology: International perspectives. Invited presentation China Agricultural University, Beijing, China. 121. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (January 10, 2006). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology: International perspectives. Invited presentation to the Ministry of Agriculture, Beijing, China. 122. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (January 9, 2006). Applied risk communication. Invited presentation to the Ministry of Agriculture, Beijing, China. 123. Hallman, W. K. (October 6, 2005). Public perceptions of genetically modified foods. Invited presentation to the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 124. Hallman, W. K. (September 29, 2005). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology. Invited presentation to the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. Riverdale, Maryland. 125. Hallman, W. K. (September 22, 2005). International perspectives on GM food: Lessons for emerging technologies. Invited presentation to the symposium, "Looking Back, Looking Forward: Lessons for Governing Emerging Technologies", co-sponsored by the Canadian Biotechnology Secretariat, Genome Canada, Genome Prairie, and the Genome Prairie GE3LS team. Ottawa, Canada. 126. Hallman, W. K. (August 16, 2005). Global differences in risk perception and communication about genetically modified foods. Invited presentation to the risk communication symposium held at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP). Baltimore, Maryland. 127. Hallman, W. K. (June 23, 2005). Public perceptions of GM food in the US - National survey results. Invited presentation to the Global Biotechnology Communicators Forum, St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Hallman - 34 of 61 128. Hallman, W. K. (April 22, 2005). Public perceptions of genetically modified food. Invited presentation to the Industrial Advisory Board of the Center for Advanced Food Technology, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 129. Hallman, W. K. (April 20, 2005). Changing people's behavior: It's not all about education. Keynote presentation to the Water Quality Education Workshop sponsored by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Washington State Department of Agriculture and the Washington State Department of Ecology, Leavenworth, Washington. 130. Hallman, W. K. (March 17, 2005). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology: The role of knowledge, uncertainty, and education. Invited paper presented to the conference, GMO's worldwide: Science and its public perception, sponsored by the International Consortium for Agricultural and Related Sciences in Europe (ICA) and the National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges, NASULGC, Vienna, Austria. 131. Hallman, W. K., & Appenzeller, G. W. (March 3, 2005). Public perceptions of the risks and consequences of bio-agents. Invited paper presented to the Enhancing Emergency Services Conference, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. 132. Hallman, W. K. (February 8, 2005). Improving our approach to water education. Invited paper presented to the USDA - CREES National Water Quality Conference, San Diego, California. 133. Hallman, W. K. (December 1, 2004). Public perceptions of genetically modified (GM) food in North America - has anything changed? Invited paper presented to the Biotechnology Policy Forum, BioNorth 2004, Ottawa, Canada. 134. Hallman, W. K. (November 20, 2004). The impacts of GM food in the United States. Invited presentation to the Hunterdon County Board of Agriculture Annual Meeting, Flemington, New Jersey. 135. Hallman, W. K., Hebden, W. C., & Cuite, C. L. (September 27, 2004). American perceptions of genetically modified foods in 2004. Invited paper presented to the 4th Annual Investigator's Meeting on Consumer Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology, Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 136. Hallman, W. K. (September 20, 2004). Conducting research on public perceptions of biotechnology. Invited paper presented to the Global Biotechnology Communicators forum, Cape Town, South Africa. 137. Hallman, W. K. (September 9, 2004). Human dimensions: Water and agriculture. Invited paper presented to the Joint USDA Research, Education, and Economics Listening Session on Agricultural Water Security, Park City, Utah. 138. Hallman, W. K. (March 3, 2004). What the public knows (and doesn't know) about GM foods: Results from FPI national surveys. Invited presentation given on Research Day, School of Communications Information and Library Science, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey 139. Hallman, W. K. (April 28, 2004). Public perceptions of genetically modified foods. Invited presentation to the Board of Managers, Cook College, Rutgers University, Cream Ridge, New Jersey. 140. Hallman, W. K., & Phillips, D. M. (April 3, 2004). GM foods: What is it, why is it? Invited paper presented at the Philadelphia Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Hallman - 35 of 61 141. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Andreasen, G., Brewer, N., Appenzeller, G., & Meadows, S. (February 25, 2004). Lay conceptions of health and health hazards. Presentation to the Department of Human Ecology Brown-Bag Lecture Series, Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 142. Hallman, W. K. (November 20, 2003). Public perceptions of GMO's: America, China, and South Korean perceptions of GM foods. Invited paper presented to Horticulture Australia Stakeholder Forum, Sydney, Australia. 143. Hallman, W. K. (November 19, 2003). American, Chinese, and South Korean perceptions of GM foods. Invited paper presented to HAL Industry Forum sponsored by Horticulture Australia, Sydney, Australia. 144. Hallman, W. K. (November 18, 2003). Consumer perceptions of GM foods. Invited paper presented to Horticulture Australia, Sydney, Australia. 145. Hallman, W. K. (November 1, 2003). Consumer acceptance of GM foods. Invited paper presented at the conference "Functional Foods and Biotechnology: A Critical Interaction," sponsored by USDA CSREES, Washington D.C. 146. Hallman, W. K. (October 27, 2003). American consumer's views of GM foods. Invited presentation to the Programmgruppe Mensch, Umwelt, Technik (MUT). Forschungszentrum Jьlich, Jьlich Germany. 147. Hallman, W. K., Hebden, W. C., Aquino, H. L., Cuite, C. L., & Lang, J. T. (October 15, 2003). Public perceptions of genetically modified foods: A national study of American knowledge and opinion. Invited paper presented to the 3rd Annual Investigator's Meeting on Consumer Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology, Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 148. Hallman, W. K. (October 14, 2003). Public perceptions of genetically modified foods. Invited paper presented to the National food processors Association, Washington, D.C. 149. Hallman, W. K. (October 14, 2003). American perceptions of genetically modified foods. Invited presentation to the United States State Department, Washington, D.C. 150. Hallman, W. K. (September 12, 2003). Risk communication. Invited presentation to the National Symposium on Food Security and Terrorism. St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 151. Hallman, W. K. (August 1, 2003). U.S. consumer's perceptions of genetically modified foods. Invited paper presented at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, Washington, D.C. 152. Hallman, W. K., & Aquino, H. L. (August 1, 2003). U.S. consumer's reactions to GM food labeling. Invited paper presented at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, Washington, D.C. 153. Hallman, W. K. (June 13, 2003). Public perceptions of GM foods in the United States. Invited presentation to National Starch, Somerville, New Jersey. 154. Hallman, W. K. (June 6, 2003). Risk communication. Invited presentation to the Communicating the War on Terror, sponsored by the Economic and Social Research Council of Great Britain, the Center for Defence Studies of Kings College London, and the Royal Institution, London, England. 155. Hallman, W. K. (May 23, 2003). Biosafety policy options and public attitude toward LMO's in the U.S.A. Invited paper presented to the Fourth International Seminar on Biosafety of Living Modified Organisms, Seoul, South Korea.
Hallman - 36 of 61 156. Brewer, N. T., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. K. (May 16, 2003). Veteran's symptoms and lingering beliefs about chemical and biological warfare. Invited paper presented to the War-Related Illness and Injury Study Center. East Orange, New Jersey. 157. Hallman, W. K. (May 16, 2003). A longitudinal look at Gulf War Illnesses: Symptoms, service, and psychology. Invited paper presented to the War-Related Illness and Injury Study Center. East Orange, New Jersey. 158. Hallman, W. K., Aquino, H. L., & Phillips, D. M. (April 25, 2003). The GM labeling debate: Caveat emptor, caveat venditor; cui bono? Invited paper presented at the conference `Crossing Over: Genomics in the Public Arena' sponsored by the Genome Prairie Project, Kananaskis, Alberta, Canada. 159. Hallman, W. K. (April 24, 2003). Invited panel discussion: Prospects for research collaboration between the E. U. and the U.S., H. Jenkins-Smith, moderator. Sponsored by the European Union Center, Texas A&M University and the Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy of the George Bush School of Government and Public Service, College Station, Texas. 160. Hallman, W. K. (October 23, 2002). What I did on my summer vacation: Exploring contaminated communities and environmental activism in Post-Soviet Russia. Presentation to the Department of Human Ecology, Brown-bag Lecture Series. Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 161. Hallman, W. K. (September 10, 2002). Consumer acceptance of food biotechnology in the United States. Invited presentation to the 2nd Annual Investigator's Meeting on Consumer Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology, Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 162. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Schilling, B. J. (August 16, 2002). U.S. consumer's perceptions of agricultural biotechnology: Results of a new national survey. Invited paper presented at the XXVI International Horticultural Congress, Toronto, Canada. 163. Hallman, W. K. (August 9, 2002). Psychological aspects of risk communication. Invited paper presented at the symposium, "Development of Civic Initiatives in Contaminated Communities," sponsored by the Trust for Mutual Understanding, the Russian Academy of Sciences, and the Center for Independent Social Research, St. Petersburg, Russia. 164. Hallman, W. K. (August 2, 2002). Perception of risk and behavior in risk situations. Invited paper presented at the symposium, "Ways to Success in Solving Problems in Contamination - Development of Social Movements and Public Mobilization on Contaminated Territories" sponsored by the Trust for Mutual Understanding and the Center for Independent Social Research, Chelyabinsk, Russia. 165. Hallman, W. K. (August 2, 2002). Introduction to the problem: Life in contaminated territories in the U.S. and Russia. Invited paper presented at the symposium, "Ways to Success in Solving Problems in Contamination - Development of Social Movements and Public Mobilization on Contaminated Territories" sponsored by the Trust for Mutual Understanding and the Center for Independent Social Research, Chelyabinsk, Russia. 166. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Schilling, B. J. (June 3, 2002). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology. Invited paper presented at the Florida Horticultural Society Conference, Marco Island, Florida.
Hallman - 37 of 61 167. Hallman, W. K. (February 20, 2002). Effective risk communication: Understanding how people think about risks. Invited paper presented to the State Pesticide Control Program, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Trenton, New Jersey. 168. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Schilling, B. J. (January 16, 2002). Outlook on consumer acceptance of bioengineered foods. Invited paper presented at the Annual New Jersey Vegetable Growers Association Meeting, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 169. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Schilling, B. J. (November 30, 2001). Consumer attitudes about biotechnology. Invited paper presented at the annual meeting of the Alpha Xi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi (National Organization of Extension Professionals). Burlington County, New Jersey. 170. Hallman, W. K. (November 16, 2001). Consumer acceptance of food biotechnology in the United States. Invited presentation to the 1st Annual Investigator's Meeting on Consumer Acceptance of Agricultural Biotechnology, Cook College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 171. Hallman, W. K. (November 8, 2001). Fear in the time of anthrax: Risk perception and why terrorism works. Invited presentation to Applied Psychology Lecture Series, Juniata College, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania. 172. Hallman, W. K. (September 20, 2001). Risk communication for environmental health professionals. Invited paper presented at the New Jersey Environmental Health Association Annual Meeting, Holmdel, New Jersey. 173. Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H. M., Fiedler, N., Boyd, K., & Wartenberg, D. (September 10, 2001). Characterizing unexplained illnesses in Gulf War veterans: An interdisciplinary exploration. Invited Presentation to Department of Psychology Brown-bag Lecture Series, Livingston College, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 174. Hallman, W. K. (August 14, 2001). Communication of biotech R&D information. Invited paper presented to the Biotech Collaboration Workshop sponsored by Cook College/ New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) and the Sheda Science and Technology Complex (SHESTCO) of the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Science and Technology (FMST). New Brunswick, New Jersey. 175. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., Schilling, B. J., & Longo, R. (August 10, 2001). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology in the United States in 2001. Invited paper presented to the 2nd University of Sao Paulo/Rutgers University Biotechnology Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 176. Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Schilling, B. J. (July 11, 2001). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology in the U.S.: Preliminary results from a national survey. Invited paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the IFAFS Grant: Innovation and Dynamic Efficiency in Agricultural Biotechnology, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 177. Hallman, W. K. (April 20, 2001). Public concerns about genetically modified foods. Invited presentation to the Rutgers Model Congress, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 178. Hallman, W. K. (April 19, 2001). Effective risk communication for public health professionals. Invited seminar presented to the meeting of the New Jersey Partnership for Community Health, Bergen County New Jersey.
Hallman - 38 of 61 179. Hallman, W. K. (March 27, 2001). Perceptions of agricultural biotechnology. Invited paper presented at the Occupational Medicine Resident's Seminar Series. Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences Institute, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Piscataway, New Jersey. 180. Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (January 10, 2001). Longitudinal examination of symptom patterns among Gulf War Registry veterans. Invited paper presented to the Conference on Federally Sponsored Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Research. Alexandria, Virginia. 181. Hallman, W. K. (December 5, 2000). The public's perception of genetically modified foods. Invited paper presented at the meeting of the International Citrus Congress, Orlando, Florida. 182. Hallman, W. K. (November 14, 2000). The right to know what? ­ What do people want to know and how do we help them know it? Invited paper presented within the symposium: Risk Communication: The Public's Right to Know. . . What? Meeting of the American Academy of Clinical Toxicology, San Diego, California. 183. Hallman, W. K. (November 10, 2000). Communicating microbial dose-response modeling to the public. Invited paper presented to the annual meeting of the National Food Processors Association within the symposium: Microbial Risk Analysis, Chicago, Illinois. 184. Hallman, W. K. (September 28, 2000). The importance of dose-response modeling to the public. Invited paper presented to the Risk Assessment Consortium meeting, Predicting human dose-response relationships from multiple biological models: Issues with Cryptosporidium parvum. Interagency Risk Assessment Consortium, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Riverdale, Maryland. 185. Hallman, W. K. (July 14, 2000). Public risk perception and environmental impact of GM crops: Implications for the development of an effective risk communication strategy. Invited paper presented at the National Research Council Workshop on Ecological Monitoring of Genetically Modified Crops. National Academy of Sciences, Washington D.C. 186. Hallman, W. K. (January 25, 2000). Consumer apprehension to biotech-generated plants. Invited paper presented to the Department of Horticultural Sciences at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Cornell University, Geneva, New York. 187. Hallman, W. K. (January 25, 2000). Growing fears: Understanding public concerns about agribiotechnology. Invited paper presented as part of the Plant Breeding and Biometry Seminar Series, Department of Plant Breeding, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York. 188. Hallman, W. K. (July 31, 1999). Social and environmental concerns about agricultural biotechnology. Invited paper presented at the 96th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Horticultural Science, Minneapolis, Minnesota. 189. Hallman, W. K. (April 30, 1999). History of evaluation research. Invited paper presented to The Partnership for Community and Organizational Services of the University Specialty Clinics - University of South Carolina College of Social Work, Columbia, South Carolina. 190. Hallman, W. K. (April 23, 1999). Communicating with the public about worst-case scenarios. Invited paper presented at the Wharton School of Business Roundtable on Worst-case Scenarios, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Hallman - 39 of 61 191. Hallman, W. K. (October 23, 1997). Impact of EMF risk communication on public EMF risk perception. Invited paper presented at the International Seminar on Risk Perception, Risk Communication and its Application to EMF Exposure, sponsored by the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP). The World Health Organization (WHO). The Austrian Federal Chancellery (BKA) and the German Ministry of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU); Vienna, Austria. 192. Hallman, W. K. (June 11, 1997). Perception par les consommateurs des produits alimentaires obtenus par gйnie gйnйtique. (Consumer perceptions of genetically engineered food products) Invited paper presented at the 14th Annual Meeting of the Aquaculture Association of Canada, Quйbec, Canada. 193. Hallman, W. K. (December 9, 1996). Der umgang mit dem risiko in der gentechnologie (Approaches to risk in biotechnology). Invited paper presented at the Conference on Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering, sponsored by the Wissenchaftszentrum Nordrhein-Westfalen, Dьsseldorf, Germany. 194. Hallman, W. K. (April 30, 1996). Principles of risk communication. Invited presentation to the Emergency Management Conference, sponsored by the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 195. Hallman, W. K. (June 20, 1995). Communicating with the public about drinking water and health. Invited panel discussion held at the 114th Annual Meeting of the American Water Works Association, Anaheim, California. 196. Hallman, W. K. (June 6, 1995). Electromagnetic field exposure. Invited panel discussion held at the Health and the Environment Conference, co-sponsored by New Jersey Public Interest Research Group, and the Grass Roots Environmental Organization, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 197. Hallman, W. K. (March 9, 1995). Principles of risk communication. Invited presentation to the New Jersey Mosquito Control Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey. 198. Hallman, W. K. (December 14, 1994). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology. Invited presentation to the management of American Cyanamid, Princeton, New Jersey. 199. Hallman, W. K. (October 20, 1994). Public acceptance of agricultural biotechnology. Invited paper presented at the 4th Annual Meeting of the New York Biotechnology Association, New York, New York. 200. Hallman, W. K. (May 26, 1994). Public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology. Invited paper presented to the International Agricultural Biotechnology Council Conference, Toronto, Canada. 201. Wandersman, A. H., & Hallman, W. K. (April 6, 1994). Environmental threats: Perception of risk, stress and coping. Invited paper presented to the Spanish Congress on Environmental Psychology, Tenerife, Spain. 202. Hallman, W. K. (April 8, 1994). Risk communication and animal biotechnology. Invited paper presented to the International Animal Biotechnology Workshop. University of California at Davis, Davis, California. 203. Hallman, W. K. (November 5, 1992). Public policy and risk communication. Invited paper presented at the 1992 National Gypsy Moth Review, sponsored by the National Gypsy Moth Management Board Indianapolis, Indiana.
Hallman - 40 of 61 204. Hallman, W. K. (June 18, 1992). Risk perception and risk assessments of drinking water. Invited paper presented at the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Water Works Association, Vancouver, Canada. 205. Hallman, W. K. (June 18, 1992). Risk communication considerations for aluminum in drinking water and Alzheimer's Disease. Invited paper presented at the 111th Annual Meeting of the American Water Works Association, Vancouver, Canada. 206. Hallman, W. K. (February 27, 1992). Public perceptions of environmental cleanups. Invited paper presented at the Reinsurance Association of America Environmental Conference, New York, New York. 207. Hallman, W. K. (September 12, 1990). Talking with people about risks: Risk communication with the public and with the media. Keynote address given at the 1990 Extension Annual Conference, Branchville, New Jersey. 208. Hallman, W. K. (May 16, 1990). Risk communication and the psychological climate of the NIMBY syndrome. Invited paper presented to the management of Jersey Central Power and Light Company. 209. Hallman, W. K. (April 24, 1990). Public perceptions of risk and the electric and magnetic fields controversy. Invited paper presented to the Risk Communicators Group of Jersey Central Power and Light Company, Morristown, New Jersey. 210. Hallman, W. K. (February 17, 1990). Perceptions of risk and public health policy. Invited paper presented to the 1990 Management Conference of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Springmaid Beach, South Carolina. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS 1. Cuite, C. L., Decker, S. G., Robinson, D. A., Hallman, W. K., O'Neill, K. M., Morss, R. E., & Demuth, J. L. (January 13, 2016). Experimental Testing of Evacuation Messages in Sandy-affected Areas. Paper presented at the 11th Symposium on Societal Applications: Policy, Research and Practice, American Meteorological Society, New Orleans, Louisiana. 2. Lam, W., Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., Godwin, S., Chen, F., & Schaffner, D. (December 9, 2015). Food Safety Risk Factors Associated with the Sale of Finfish via the Internet. Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Arlington, Virginia. 3. Cuite, C. L, Shwom, R. L., Hallman, W. K., O'Neill, K. M., Demuth, J. L., Morss, R. E. (December 8, 2015) Testing Messages to Improve Coastal Storm Risk Communication. Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Arlington, Virginia. 4. Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., Godwin S., & Schaffner, D. (November 18, 2015). Raw Meat, Poultry, Game and Seafood Products Purchased Online ­ Assessment of Packaging and Delivery. Paper presented at the 2015 Food Safety Consortium Conference + Expo, Schaumburg, Illinois. 5. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., McWilliams, R. M., Senger-Mersich, A., Netterville, L. & Byrd-Bredbenner, C., (October 5, 2015). Food Safety Practices of Home-bound Seniors Receiving Home-Delivered Meals. Poster presented at the 2015 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), Nashville, Tennessee. 6. Golem, D., Hallman, W., Cuite, C., Bellows, A., & Byrd-Bredbenner, C. (October 5, 2015). Emergency Food Supplies in Low-Income, Minority Households. Poster presented at the 2015 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), Nashville, Tennessee.
Hallman - 41 of 61 7. Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., Cuite, C. L., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., McWilliams, R. M., & Netterville, L. (October 4, 2015). Hurricane Irene and the Disruption of Home Delivered Meals to Homebound Seniors. Poster presented at the 2015 Food & Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), Nashville, Tennessee. 8. Lashway, N.F., Hallman, W., Cuite, C., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Ohman-Strickland, P., DiFerdinando, G. Jr., McWilliams, R. M., & Robson, M. (July 14, 2015). Nutritional Adequacy of Home Food Inventories of Seniors receiving Home-Delivered Meals in South Carolina. Poster presented at the Florida Public Health Association 2015 Annual Educational Conference, Orlando, Florida. 9. Godwin, S., Stone, R., Senger-Mersich, A., & Hallman, W. K. (July 26, 2015). Consumer Awareness of and Response to Safety Issues upon Delivery of Meat, Fish and/or Seafood Purchased Online. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Portland Oregon. 10. Lashway, N. F., Hallman, W., Cuite, C., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Ohman-Strickland, P., DiFerdinando, G. Jr., McWilliams, R. M., & Robson, M. (July 14, 2015). Nutritional Adequacy of Home Food Inventories of Seniors receiving Home-Delivered Meals in South Carolina. Poster presented at the Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics 80th Annual Symposium, Orlando, Florida. 11. Hallman, W. K., & Nucci, M. L. (June 8, 2015). Food Nanotechnology: Expanding the Parameters of Consumer Acceptance. Poster presented at the Gordon Research Conference, Nanoscale Science and Engineering for Agriculture and Food Systems, Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts. 12. Lam, W., Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., Godwin, S., Chen, F., & Schaffner, D. (April 30, 2015). Food Safety Risk Factors Associated with the Sale of Finfish via the Internet. Poster presented at the New Jersey Branch of the American Society for Microbiology 2015 Meeting in Miniature, hosted by the Theobald Smith Society, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. *Winner of best undergraduate poster award. 13. Lam, W., Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., Godwin, S., Chen, F., & Schaffner, D. (April 24, 2015). Food Safety Risk Factors Associated with the Sale of Finfish via the Internet. Poster presented at the 11th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, Aresty Research Center, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 14. Hallman, W., Godwin, S., Senger-Mersich, A., Stone, R., & Schaffner, W. (April 21, 2015). Analysis of Shipping Methods, Packaging Materials, and Product Temperatures of Perishable Meat and Seafood Products Ordered from Online Vendors in the United States. Poster presented at the 2015 IAFP European Symposium on Food Safety, Cardiff, Wales. 15. Berhaupt-Glickstein, A., & Hallman, W. K. (March 29, 2015). Why Qualified Health Claims Do Not Work: A Content Analysis of Language Characteristics. Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2015, Boston, Massachusetts. 16. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., McWilliams, R. M., Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., Netterville, L., & Senger-Mersich, A. (March 29, 2015). In-home Food Supply among Elderly Home-Delivered Meal Recipients with High Blood Pressure or Diabetes. Poster presented at Experimental Biology 2015, Boston, Massachusetts.
Hallman - 42 of 61 17. Hallman, W. K., Senger-Mersich, A., Godwin S., & Berman, H. (December 9, 2014). Online Purveyors of Raw Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Products: Delivery Policies and Available Consumer Food Safety Information. Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Denver, Colorado. 18. Cuite, C. L., Hallman, W. K., & Morin, A. (December 9, 2014). Support for Labelling of Genetically Modified Foods: How You Ask Matters. Paper presented at the 34th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Denver, Colorado. 19. Godwin, S., Hallman, W. K., & Senger-Mersich, A. (December 5, 2014). Ordered Online: Ordering Raw Meat, Poultry, and Seafood Online: Identifying Food Safety Risk Factors. Paper presented at the Consumer Food Safety Education Conference 2014, Arlington, Virginia. 20. McWilliams, R. M., Cuite C. L., Senger-Mersich A., Byrd-Bredbenner C., Hallman, W. K. (November 19, 2014). Food supply among elderly home-delivered meal recipients with high blood pressure. Poster presented at the 142nd Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. 21. Godwin, S., Stone, R., Hallman, W., & Senger-Mersich, A. (October 21, 2014). Identifying Gaps in Food Safety Information Provided by Online Companies and Consumers' Expectations. Paper presented at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE), Atlanta, Georgia. 22. Hallman, W., Senger-Mersich, A., Godwin, S., Stone, R., Chen, F., & Schaffner, D. (August 6, 2014). Perishable Meat and Seafood Products Ordered from Online Vendors in the United States ­ Analysis of Shipping Methods, Packaging Materials, and Product Temperatures. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Indianapolis, Indiana. 23. Godwin, S., Stone, R., Senger-Mersich, A. & Hallman, W. (August 5, 2014). Food Safety Information Recalled by Consumers Who Purchased and/or Received Raw Meat, Poultry, or Seafood Products from Online Purveyors. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Indianapolis, Indiana. 24. Agarwal, M., Hallman, W., Senger-Mersich, A., Chen, F., Godwin, S., & Schaffner, D. (August 5, 2014). Prevalence of Pathogens and Indicators in Foods Ordered from Online Vendors in the United States. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Indianapolis, Indiana. 25. Hallman, W. K., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Cuite, C. L., Netterville, L., McWilliams, R. M., Senger-Mersich, A., & Sastri, N. (May 8, 2014). Improving the Safety and Nutritional Adequacy of the Home Food Supply of Elderly Recipients of Home Delivered Meals. Poster presented at the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA), National Integrated Food Safety Initiative (NIFSI) Project Directors Meeting, Washington, D.C. 26. Godwin, S., Stone, R., Senger-Mersich, A., & Hallman, W. (March 23, 2014). Does The Food Safety Information Provided By Online Companies Match Consumers' Expectations? Poster presented at the 2014 State Meeting of the Tennessee Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, Knoxville, Tennessee. 27. Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (December 10, 2013). Social Media and Food Crisis Communication. Poster platform presentation given at the 33rd annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Baltimore, Maryland.
Hallman - 43 of 61 28. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., McWilliams, R. M., & Senger-Mersich A. (December 9, 2013). Scald and food safety risks posed by unsafe water, refrigerator, and freezer temperatures in residences of Meals on Wheels recipients in 4 US states. Poster presented at the 33rd annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Baltimore, Maryland. 29. Hallman, W. K., Godwin, S., Senger-Mersich, A., & Berman, H. (July 29, 2013). Online purveyors of raw meat, poultry, and seafood Products: Delivery policies and available consumer food safety information. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Charlotte, North Carolina. 30. Berhaupt-Glickstein, A., Hallman, W. K., Nucci, M., & Hooker, N. (May 31, 2013). Qualified health claims: A source of nutrition information or confusion? Poster presented at the American Marketing Association, Marketing & Public Policy Conference 2013. Washington, D.C. 31. Berhaupt-Glickstein, A., Hallman, W. K., Nucci, M., & Hooker, N. (April 21, 2013). Green tea and cancer: A qualified health claim case study. Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2013, Boston, Massachusetts. 32. Hallman, W. K., McWilliams, R. M., Senger-Mersich, A., Johnson, B. B., & Cuite, C. L. (December 10, 2012). Effects of acknowledging uncertainty over time: The case of intentional food contamination. Poster presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, San Francisco, California. 33. Cuite, C. L., Senger-Mersich, A., McWilliams, R. M., & Hallman, W. K. (December 10, 2012). Public perceptions of the deadly 2011 outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes in cantaloupe. Poster presented at the 32nd annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, San Francisco, California. 34. Godwin, S. L., Hallman, W. K., Chen, F., & Schaffner, D. (October 15, 2012). Challenges faced by consumers when purchasing meat, fish and seafood products online. Paper presented at the 53rd Annual Conference of the Food Distribution Research Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico. 35. Spalding, B., Czarnecki, N., Hallman, W. K., Fitzgerald, N. (October 9, 2012). Can farmers markets improve access and consumption of fruits and vegetables in vulnerable populations? Paper presented at the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Food and Nutrition Conference & Expo (FNCE). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 36. Nucci, M. L. & Hallman, W. K. (June 1, 2012). Mork and Mindy, canola oil and mustard gas: The dilemma of scientific illiteracy in decisions about food and health. Paper presented to Between Scientists & Citizens: Assessing Expertise in Policy Controversies, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. 37. Spalding, B., Czarnecki, N., Hallman, W. K., & Fitzgerald, N. (May 4, 2012). Establishment of a new farmers market is linked to decreased barriers to eating fruits and vegetables among adults. Poster presented at the 80th annual meeting of the New Jersey Dietetic Association, East Brunswick, New Jersey. 38. Fitzgerald, N., Finston, L., Morgan, K., & Hallman, W. (April 24, 2012). Developing a food policy council through community-based participatory research. Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2012, San Diego, California.
Hallman - 44 of 61 39. Spalding, B., Czarnecki, N., Hallman, W. K., & Fitzgerald, N. (April 5, 2012). Influence of a farmers market on barriers and access to fruits and vegetables in an urban environment. Poster Session. New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station (NJAES) 2012 Student Poster Competition. Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. New Brunswick, New Jersey. 40. Spalding, B., Czarnecki, N., Hallman, W. K., & Fitzgerald, N. (April 4, 2012). Influence of a farmers market on barriers and access to fruits and vegetables in an urban environment. Poster Session. Nutrition, Endocrinology & Animal Biosciences Graduate Student Conference (NEAB). Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey. New Brunswick, New Jersey. 41. Hallman, W. K., & Cuite, C. L. (December 7, 2011). Egg recall of 2010: High awareness did not match behavioral impact. Paper presented at the 31st annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Charleston, South Carolina. 42. Cuite, C. L., McWilliams, R. M., & Hallman, W. K. (December 7, 2011). Reassuring the public after a contamination incident: Public perceptions of microbiological testing and reconditioned food products. Paper presented at the 31st annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Charleston, South Carolina. 43. Johnson, B. B., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (December 5, 2011). Trust and responsibility attributions: Variations across hazard managers in accidental and intentional food contamination incidents. Poster presented at the 31st annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Charleston, South Carolina. 44. Cuite, C. L., Johnson, B. B., McWilliams, R. M., & Hallman, W. K. (December 5, 2011). Experimental investigation into public response to food terrorism vs. accidental contamination. Poster presented at the 31st annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Charleston, South Carolina. 45. Hallman, W. K. (September 16, 2011). Are American consumers ready for food nanotechnology? Poster presented at the 23rd Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Barcelona, Spain. 46. Kuang, L., Tepper, B., Cuite, C., & Hallman, W. (June 12, 2011). Sensory acceptability and willingness to buy foods with nanotechnology benefits: A preliminary report. Poster presented at the 71st annual meeting of the Institute of Food Technologists, New Orleans Louisiana. 47. Fitzgerald, N., & Hallman, W. (April 9, 2011). Effectiveness of a farmers market intervention to improve the food access and intake in an urban setting. Poster presented at Experimental Biology 2011, Washington, DC. 48. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L. & Scheufele, D.A. (December 8, 2010). Public perceptions of food-based nanotechnology. Paper presented at the 30th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Salt Lake City, Utah. 49. Schefske, S. D., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Cuite, C., & Hallman, W. K. (November 9, 2010). Using UPC scanning methods to characterize household food supplies of multi-ethnic low income minorities. Poster presented at the American Dietetic Association's Food Nutrition Conference & Exposition 2010, Boston Massachusetts. 50. Fitzgerald, N., Czarnecki, N., & Hallman, W. (November 8, 2010). Food intake patterns and perceived barriers to fruit and vegetable consumption among minorities. Poster presented at the 138th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Denver Colorado.
Hallman - 45 of 61 51. Schefske, S., Cuite, C. L., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Hallman, W. K. (October 28, 2010). Using UPC scanning methods to characterize household food supplies of multi-ethnic low income minorities. Poster presented at the International Conference on Urban Health, New York, New York 52. Nucci, M. L., Naaman, M., & Hallman W. K. (October 11, 2010). Twittering about food: Tracking the food safety tweet. Paper presented at Convergence and Society: Science, Health, and New Dimensions of Communication. Columbia, South Carolina. 53. Hallman, W. K., & Nucci, M. L. (August 3, 2010). Examining Consumers' Perceptions of Nanotechnology for Food Safety: A Baseline Study. Paper presented at the 97th annual meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Anaheim, California. 54. Santiago, J., Fitzgerald, N., & Hallman, W. K. (July 24, 2010). Building a community coalition for an urban farmers market. Poster presented at the 2010 Society for Nutrition Education Annual Conference, Reno, Nevada. 55. Fitzgerald, N., Czarnecki, N., Mathew, T., & Hallman, W. (April 27, 2010). Perceived barriers for consumption of fruits and vegetables. Paper presented at Experimental Biology 2010, Anaheim, California. 56. Onyango, B., Rimal, A., & Hallman, W. K. (February 9, 2010). Does it make a difference? Food safety perceptions study on fresh produce and meat products. Selected paper presented at the 107th annual meeting of the Southern Association of Agricultural Scientists, Orlando, Florida. 57. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Hooker, N. H. (December 9, 2009). Understanding consumer responses to food recalls. Poster platform presentation at the 29th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Baltimore, Maryland. 58. Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (December 9, 2009). Predictors of consumption of recalled foods. Poster platform presentation to the 29th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Baltimore, Maryland. 59. Onyango, B., Hooker, N., Hallman, W., Cuite, C., & Rimal, A. (November 4, 2009) American public food safety perceptions: Results from two national surveys. Paper presented at the 50th Food Distribution Research Society Annual Conference at Broomfield, Colorado. 60. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Schefske, S., Cuite, C., & Hallman, W. (October 19, 2009). Characterizing the Nutrient and Calorie Content of Home Food Supplies Using Mobile Universal Product Code (UPC) Scanning Technology. Poster presented at the 2009 American Dietetic Association Food & Nutrition Conference and Expo, Denver, Colorado. 61. Hallman, W., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Cuite, C., Schefske, S., Bellows, A., & Vivar, T. (August 28, 2009). Characterizing quantities and nutritional qualities of household food supplies for emergency preparedness. Poster presented at the 21st annual conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland. 62. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Hooker, N. H. (August 26, 2009). Communicating with Americans about food recalls: Recommended strategies. Poster presented at the 21st annual conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Dublin, Ireland. 63. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., Nucci, M. L., & Hooker, N. H. (July 13, 2009). Consumers and Food Recalls: What Does The Public Want To Hear? Poster presented at the 96th annual meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Grapevine, Texas.
Hallman - 46 of 61 64. Nucci, M. L., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (March 31, 2009). Salmonella, it's what's for dinner: The media and food safety. Science Education for New Civic Engagements and Responsibilities (SENCER), Washington Symposium and Capitol Hill Poster Session. Washington, DC. 65. Li, J., Hooker, N. H., Cuite, C., & Hallman, W. (March 5, 2009). Analysis of consumer engagement decision in recall risk communication. Poster presented at the conference of the New England Chapter of the Society for Risk Analysis, School of Public Health, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 66. Onyango, B., Rimal, A., Miljkovic, D., & Hallman, W. (February 3, 2009). Food safety risk perceptions as a tool for market segmentation: The U.S. poultry meat market. Selected paper presented at the 41st annual meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association, Atlanta, Georgia. 67. Rimal, A., Onyango, B., Miljkovic, D., & Hallman, W. (February 3, 2009). The Role of Media in Shaping the Consumers' Food Risk Profile: A Case Study of Spinach Recall. Selected paper presented at the 41st annual meeting of the Southern Agricultural Economics Association, Atlanta, Georgia. 68. Cuite, C. L., Dellava, J. E., Nucci, M. L., Hallman, W. K. (December 10, 2008). How do we know when a food is safe to eat (again)? Paper presented at the 28th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Boston, Massachusetts. 69. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., Nucci. M. L., Hooker, N. H. (December 9, 2008). Motivating consumers to act during food recalls. Paper presented at the 28th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Boston, Massachusetts. 70. Onyango, B, Hallman, W., & Cuite, C. (November 20, 2008). Reactions to deliberate food contamination (agroterrorism): Implications for risk communication." a poster presented at the National Communication Association Forum (NCA-F) pre-conference event "terrorist threat to Sunny City!", San Diego, California. 71. Onyango, B., Hooker, N., Hallman, W., & Cuite, C. (October 15, 2008). American public food safety perceptions: Results from two national surveys. Selected paper presented to the 49th annual conference of the Food Distribution Research Society, Columbus, Ohio. 72. Cuite, C. L., Schefske, S. D., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Bellows, A., Vivar, T., Randolph, E. M., & Hallman, W. K. (October 7, 2008). Auditing kitchens of New Jersey families: One methodology for diverse populations. Workshop presented at Restoring our Urban and Rural Communities with Food, the 12th Annual Conference of the Community Food Security Coalition, Cherry Hill, New Jersey. 73. Cuite, C. L., Schefske, S. D., Bellows, A., Vivar, T., Byrd-Bredbenner, C., & Hallman, W. K. (October 6, 2008). Emergency preparedness and food storage among Mexican families in New Jersey. Paper presented at Health Across Borders, 2nd Annual Conference, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 74. Dellava, J. E., Cuite, C. L., Onyango, B. & Hallman W. K. (August 6, 2008). Groups unaware of food recall: Policy implications. Poster presented to the 95th annual meeting of the International Association for Food Protection, Columbus, Ohio. 75. Dellava, J. E., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (April 8, 2008). Who's eating spinach again? Poster presented to Experimental Biology 2008, San Diego, California.
Hallman - 47 of 61 76. Dellava, J. E., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman W. K. (March 14, 2008). Behavioral response to the spinach recall of 2006. Paper presented at the 79th Annual conference of the Eastern Psychological Association. Boston, Massachusetts. 77. Cuite, C. L., Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., & Nucci, M. L. (December 12, 2007). Media Reports on the 2006 Spinach Contamination: Were We Told What We Wanted to Know? Paper presented to the 27th annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, San Antonio, Texas. 78. Onyango, B., & Hallman, W. K. (November 7, 2007). Americans Perceptions of Food Safety: a Comparative Study of Fresh Produce and Meat Products. Paper presented to the 48th annual conference of the Food Distribution Research Society. New Orleans, Louisiana. 79. Hallman, W. K., Cuite, C. L., & Condry, S. C. (September 8, 2007). Americans' responses to the spinach E. coli contamination of 2006. Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico. 80. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Maurer, J., Policastro, P., Kinney, D., & Hallman, W. (September 8, 2007). A food safety education campaign for young adults. Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico. 81. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Maurer, J., Policastro, P., Kinney, D., & Hallman, W. (September 8, 2007). Development of public information campaign fact sheets on food allergies. Poster presented to the 19th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Mexico City, Mexico. 82. Onyango, B., Miljkovic, D., Hallman, W., Nganje, W., Condry S., & Cuite C. (July 31, 2007). Food recalls and food safety perceptions: The September 2006 spinach recall case. Selected paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Portland, Oregon. 83. Condry, S. C., & Hallman, W. K. (June 18, 2007). Decomposing dread: Refining the nature of dread in the psychometric paradigm. Paper presented to the 16th Annual Conference of the Society for Risk Analysis Europe. The Hauge, The Netherlands. 84. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (February 18, 2007). Imagining the invisible: Mental models of nanotech, biotech, and medicine. Paper presented to the 173rd Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, California. 85. Onyango, B., Bellows, A. & Hallman, W. K. (October 18, 2006). Demand Drivers for Organic Food Purchases in the U.S. Paper presented to the 47th Annual Conference of the Food Distribution Research Society, Quebec, Canada. 86. Condry, S. C., Cuite, C. L., & Hallman, W. K. (September, 27, 2006). Relationship between Salmonellosis knowledge, risk perceptions, and behaviors. Paper presented to the 3rd National Food Safety Education Conference, Denver, Colorado. 87. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (September 5, 2006). Intuitive microbiology: Americans' understanding of germs, disease, and immunity. Paper presented to the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Paris, France.
Hallman - 48 of 61 88. McWilliams, R., Prezant, D., Wartenberg, D., Hallman, W., Andreasen, G., Kelly, K., & Kipen, H. (September 5, 2006). Evaluation of responders to a terrorist attack. Paper presented to the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Paris, France. 89. Byrd-Bredbenner, C., Hallman, W., Maurer, J., & Grasso, D. (September 3, 2006). Preventing allergic reactions to foods: The development and evaluation of a fact sheet for food service operations. Poster presented to the 18th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE), Paris, France. 90. Onyango, B., Hallman, W. K., & Bellows A. (July 24, 2006). Purchasing organic food in the U.S. Food System: A Study of Attitudes and Practice. Selected paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Long Beach, California. 91. McWilliams, R., Prezant, D., Wartenberg. D., Hallman, W., Corrigan, M., Kelly, K., & Kipen, H. (June 24, 2006). Provision of services to first-responders. Paper presented to the 2nd American Congress of Epidemiology. Seattle, Washington. 92. DaLoia, J., Nucci, M. L., & Hallman, W. K. (June 9, 2006). Food in the morning: Talking about food safety on the morning news shows. Paper to be presented to the Joint 2006 Annual Meetings of the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS) and the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS). Boston, Massachusetts. 93. Nucci, M. L., DaLoia, J. Frenkel, V., & Hallman, W. K. (June 9, 2006). Prime time food, or, what can you learn about food safety on the evening news? Paper presented to the Joint 2006 Annual Meetings of the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS) and the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS). Boston, Massachusetts. 94. Onyango, B., Bellows, A., Diamond, A., & Hallman, W. K. (June 8, 2006). What we don't understand about public interest in organics. Paper presented to the Joint 2006 Annual Meetings of the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS) and the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS). Boston, Massachusetts. 95. Kennedy, E. C., Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (April 28, 2006). Rumination predicting depressive symptoms in Gulf War Registry veterans. Poster presented at the 86th annual convention of the Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, California. 96. Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (March 23, 2006). The influenza vaccination shortage of 2004-2005: The role of objective and perceived risk. Paper presented at the 27th Annual Meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, San Francisco, California. *Winner of Citation Award 97. Condry, S. C., & Hallman, W. K. (December 7, 2005). Public perceptions of the threat of smallpox: Attitudinal and behavioral predictors of vaccination. Paper presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Orlando, Florida. 98. Condry, S. C., Hallman, W. K., & Brewer, N. T. (December 7, 2005). Measuring perceptions of risks associated with exposure and illness related to specific disease agents. Paper presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Orlando, Florida. 99. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., Martyniak, N. D., Schilling, B. J., & Turvey, C. G. (December 5, 2005). Public perceptions of the risks of deliberate contamination of the food supply in the United States. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Orlando, Florida.
Hallman - 49 of 61 100. Turvey, C., Hallman, W., & Schilling, B. J. (November 17, 2005). Consumer risk perceptions of agroterrorism. Paper presented at the 57th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Criminology, Toronto Canada. 101. Hallman, W. K., Condry, S. C., & Brewer, N. T. (September 15, 2005). Communicating about microbial risks. Paper presented to the 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Johannesburg, South Africa. 102. Lang, J. T., & Hallman, W. K. (August 16, 2005). Targets of trust: Assessing trust in the evaluators, watchdogs and merchants of genetically modified food in the United States. Paper presented to the 100th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 103. Hallman, W. K., & Condry, S. C. (July 26, 2005). Agroterrorism, risk perceptions and consumer behavior. Paper presented to the annual conference of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Providence, Rhode Island. 104. Onyango, B., Turvey, C., & Hallman, W. (July 26, 2005). Public attitudes and perceptions of the vulnerability of the U. S, food chain to agroterrorism. Paper presented to the annual conference of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Providence, Rhode Island. 105. Onyango, B., Turvey, C., Hallman, W., & Schilling, B. (June 14, 2005). Agroterrorism and public perceptions of risk: Implications for the U.S. food system. Selected paper presented at the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Annapolis, Maryland. 106. Lillie, S. E., Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (April 14, 2005). Knowing biological from chemical warfare: The experience of Gulf War veterans. Poster presented at the 26th Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Boston, Massachusetts. 107. Hallman, W., Turvey, C. G., Condry, S. C., Martyniak, N. D., & Schilling, B. J. (October 25, 2004). Risk perceptions of agroterrorism with Implications for food systems management. Paper presented at the Institute for Operational Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) annual meeting, Denver, Colorado. 108. Lang, J., O'Neill, K., & Hallman, W. (August 16, 2004). Expertise, Trust, and communication about food biotechnology. Paper presented at the 99th Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, California. 109. Zhang, C., Bai, J., Huang, J., Hallman, W., Pray, C., & Aquino, H. (August 3, 2004). Consumer acceptance of GM food in the US and China: Implications for trade markets of agricultural biotechnology commodities. Paper presented at the 2004 Annual Meeting American Agricultural Economics Association, Denver, Colorado. 110. Nguyen, K. N., Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (July 30, 2004). Impact of mistrust, race, ethnicity, and SES on GWI symptoms. Poster presented at the 112th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawaii. 111. Hallman, W. K., Jang, H. M., Hebden, W. C., & Shin, H. K. (July 10, 2004). South Korea and the United States: A Cross-cultural comparison of knowledge, awareness and attitude. Paper presented at the 8th International Conference of the International Consortium on Agricultural Biotechnology Research, Ravello, Italy.
Hallman - 50 of 61 112. Schilling, B., Hallman, W., & Turvey, C. (June 22, 2004). Sanity prevailing in mad cow case. Selected paper presented at the annual conference of the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 113. Govindasamy, R., Onyango, B., Hallman, W., & Jang, H. (June 21, 2004). Public approval of plant and animal biotechnology in Korea: An ordered probit analysis. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association. Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 114. Onyango, B., Govindasamy, R., Hallman, W., Jang, H., & Puduri, V. (June 21, 2004). Consumer Acceptance of Genetically Modified Foods in Korea: Factor and Cluster Analysis. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. 115. Phillips, D. M., Hallman, W., & Bhajian, P. (June 15, 2004). The more I know, the more I'm not sure: The case of consumer perceptions of genetically modified food. Paper presented at the European Applied Business Research Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland. *Winner of Best Paper Award. 116. Phillips, D. M., Bhajian, P., & Hallman, W. (June 15, 2004). The impact of public policy on the global trade of genetically modified food. Paper presented at the European Applied Business Research Conference, Edinburgh, Scotland. 117. Aquino, H. L., & Hallman, W. K. (June 13, 2004). A comparative study between Germany and the United States focusing on perceptions of genetically modified food. Paper presented at the Joint Annual meetings of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society and the Association for the Study of Food and Society, Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, New York. 118. Hallman, W. K., Jang, H. M., Hebden, W. C., & Shin, H. K. (June 12, 2004). South Korea and the United States: A cross-cultural comparison of knowledge, awareness and attitude. Paper presented at the Joint Annual meetings of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society and the Association for the Study of Food and Society, Culinary Institute of America, Hyde Park, New York. 119. Aquino, H. L., & Hallman, W. K. (June 5, 2004). Differences in perceptions of agricultural biotechnology: A Comparison study between Germany and the United States. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference, `scientific knowledge and Cultural Diversity', Barcelona, Spain. 120. Fiedler, N., Ozakinci, G., Hallman, W., Wartenberg, D., Brewer, N., Barrett, D., & Kipen, H. (March 26, 2004). Military deployment and psychiatric illness: Case of Gulf War veterans. Poster presented at the 25th Annual Meeting of the Society for Behavioral Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. 121. Brewer, N. T., Hallman, W. K., Fiedler, N., & Kipen, H. M. (March 6, 2004). Why do people report better health by phone than by mail? Poster presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, Orlando, Florida. 122. Brewer, N. T., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (March 5, 2004). The symmetry rule over the very long term. Poster presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, Orlando, Florida. 123. Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (March 4, 2004). The problem of unbelieving false tests. Poster presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, Orlando, Florida.
Hallman - 51 of 61 124. Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (November 10, 2003). (Nonexistent) chemical warfare in the Persian Gulf War: The problem of unbelieving false positive chemical warfare alarms. Paper presented at the 24th Annual Conference of the Society for Judgment and Decision Making, Vancouver, Canada. 125. Hallman, W. K., & Aquino, H. L. (October 22, 2003). American perceptions of genetically modified foods and the need for labeling. Poster presented at the conference "The Biotechnological Revolution: Scientific and Societal Aspects," sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, Potsdam, Germany. 126. Hallman, W. K., Ozakinci, G., & Kipen, H. (September 25, 2003). Persistence of symptoms reported over time by Gulf War veterans. Paper presented to the 15th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Perth, Australia. 127. Wartenberg, D., Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Fiedler, N., Maloor, S., & Brewer, N. (September 25, 2003). Is Gulf War Illness just a new name for old complaints? Paper presented to the 15th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Perth, Australia. 128. Lang, J. T., & Hallman, W. K. (September 14, 2003). Mental models of genetically modified foods: Consumer perceptions in the United States. Presented at the British Sociological Association / University of Plymouth conference on Risk in its Social Contexts, Plymouth, United Kingdom. 129. Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., Wartenberg, D., & Kipen, H. M. (August 8, 2003). Reported exposures, stressors, and life events among Gulf War Registry veterans. Poster presented at the 111th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada. 130. Hallman, W. K., & Aquino, H. L. (July 28, 2003). Consumer perceptions of genetically modified food. Paper presented to the Annual meeting of the American Agricultural Economics Association, Montreal, Canada. 131. Hallman, W. K., & Aquino, H. L. (July 1, 2003). Public perceptions of genetically modified food. Paper presented to the 7th International Conference of the International Consortium on Agricultural Biotechnology Research, Ravello, Italy. 132. Hallman, W. K., & Aquino, H. L. (June 13, 2003). Consumer perceptions of genetically modified food: The uncrystalized nature of public opinion. Paper presented at the 2003 Joint Annual Meeting of the Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society (AFHVS) and the Association for the Study of Food and Society (AFFS). Austin, Texas. 133. Musumeci, T. J., Hallman, W. K., & Aquino, H. L. (June 13, 2003). To accept or not to accept, that is the question. Paper presented at the 2003 Joint Annual Meeting of the Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society (AFHVS) and the Association for the Study of Food and Society (AFFS). Austin, Texas. 134. Brewer, N. T., & Hallman, W. K. (May 30, 2003). A war of the mind: Soldiers' lingering beliefs about chemical warfare exposure and their medical symptoms. Poster presented at the 15th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Society, Atlanta, Georgia. 135. Kenna, M., & Hallman, W. (May 20, 2003). Biotechnology-derived perennial turf and forage grasses: Criteria for evaluation. Poster presented at the Molecular Breeding of Forage and Turf 3rd International Symposium, Dallas, Texas.
Hallman - 52 of 61 136. Hallman, W. K. (May 16, 2003). A longitudinal look at Gulf War illnesses: Symptoms, service, and psychology. Paper presented to the War-Related Illness and Injury Study Center, East Orange, New Jersey. 137. Ozakinci, G., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (March 21, 2003). Persistence of reported symptoms in Gulf War veterans. Rapid communications poster presented at the 24th Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah. 138. Brewer, N. T., Hallman, W. K., Fiedler, N., & Kipen, H. M. (March 20, 2003). Moderators of medical symptom reporting. Poster presented at the 24th Annual Conference of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Salt Lake City, Utah. 139. Osinubi, O. Y., Hallman, W., Kaufman, I., Bussel, J. B., & Delnevo, C. (November 13, 2002). Workplace tobacco control policies in New Jersey. Paper presented at the 130th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 140. Schilling, B. J., Hallman, W. K., Hossain, F., & Adelaja, A. O. (October 30, 2002). Consumer perceptions of food biotechnology: Evidence from a survey of U.S. consumers. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Conference of the Food Distribution Research Society Conference, Miami, Florida. 141. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (October 30, 2002). Nutritional benefits and consumer willingness to buy genetically modified foods. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Conference of the Food Distribution Research Society Conference, Miami, Florida. 142. Onyango, B., Hossain, F., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (October 30, 2002). Public perceptions of food biotechnology: Uncovering factors driving consumer acceptance of genetically modified food. Paper presented at the 42nd Annual Conference of the Food Distribution Research Society Conference, Miami, Florida. 143. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Fiedler, N. L., & Wartenberg, D. (August 14, 2002). Medically unexplained symptoms: What do we know and where should we go? Paper presented to the 14th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE).Vancouver, Canada. 144. Wartenberg, D., Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Harris, G., & Maloor, S. (August 14, 2002). Quantitative methods for studying medically unexplained symptoms. Paper presented to the 14th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE).Vancouver, Canada. 145. Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H. M., Boyd, K. C., Fiedler, N. L., & Wartenberg, D. (August 14, 2002). Medically unexplained symptoms among veterans of the Gulf War conflict. Paper presented to the 14th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE).Vancouver, Canada. 146. Schilling, B. J., Hallman, W. K., Adelaja, A. O., & Marxen, L. (June 11, 2002). Consumer knowledge of food biotechnology: A descriptive study of U.S. residents. Paper presented at the 2002 Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 147. Adelaja, A., Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Hallman, W., & Schilling, B. (June 9, 2002). Consumer perception of biotechnology: Uncovering factors driving consumer acceptance of genetically modified food. Paper presented at the 2002 Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Hallman - 53 of 61 148. Hossain, F., Onyango, B., Adelaja, A., Schilling, B., & Hallman, W. (June 9, 2002). Consumer acceptance of food biotechnology: Willingness to buy genetically modified food products. Paper presented at the 2002 Northeastern Agricultural and Resource Economics Association Meetings, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. 149. Hallman, W. K. (November 21, 2001). Research update. Paper presented to the Gulf War Investigator's Meeting. Environmental and Occupational Health Institute (EOHSI). Piscataway, New Jersey. 150. Wartenberg, D., Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (October 24, 2001). Using exploratory factor analysis to study Gulf War Illness. Paper presented at the 129th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Atlanta, Georgia. 151. Osinubi, O. Y., Hallman, W. K., Buckler, G., Kaufman, I., Lewis, M. J., Hrywna, M., & Delnevo, C. (October 23, 2001). Workplace tobacco control policies in New Jersey. Poster presented at the 129th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Atlanta, Georgia. 152. Wartenberg, D., Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (September 5, 2001). The use of exploratory factor analysis for the study of medically unexplained symptoms. Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. 153. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Boyd, K. C., & Wartenberg, D. (September 5, 2001). Medically unexplained symptoms associated with environmental exposures: Progress in defining and explaining illness. Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. 154. Hallman, W. K., Kipen, H. M., Boyd, K. C., & Wartenberg, D. (September 5, 2001). Patterns of symptoms among Gulf War Health Registry veterans. Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. 155. Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., Wartenberg, D., & Kipen, H. M. (September 5, 2001). Predicting sick group membership in Gulf War Registry veterans. Paper presented to the 13th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. 156. Hallman, W. K., Kipen. H. M., Wartenberg, D., & Boyd, K. C. (January 11, 2001). Symptom patterns among Gulf War Registry veterans. Poster presented to the Conference on Federally Sponsored Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Research. Washington, D.C. 157. Boyd, K. C., Kipen, H. M., & Hallman, W. K. (January 11, 2001). Predicting group membership in Gulf War illness clusters. Poster presented to the Conference on Federally Sponsored Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Research. Washington, D.C. 158. Wartenberg, D., Boyd, K. C., Hallman, W. K., & Kipen, H. M. (January 11, 2001). Gulf War syndrome: making sense of the factor analyses. Poster presented to the Conference on Federally Sponsored Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Research. Washington, D.C. 159. Kipen, H., Boyd, K., Wartenberg, D., & Hallman, W. K. (August 22, 2000). Stability of derived definitions of medically unexplained symptoms: Gulf war illness. Paper presented to the 12th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Buffalo, New York. 160. Kipen, H. M., Hallman, W. K., Fiedler, N., & Wartenberg, D. (September 6, 1999). Medically unexplained symptoms in Gulf War veterans: searching for definitions. Paper presented to the 11th Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Athens, Greece.
Hallman - 54 of 61 161. Saunders, B., Hallman, W., Appenzeller, G., & Blachman, M. (November 5, 1998). The devil's in the details: Making utilization-focused evaluation relevant within Medicaid managed care. American Evaluation Society Meeting, Chicago, Illinois. 162. Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Diefenbach, M., Kang, H., Wartenberg, D., Fiedler, N., & Natelson, B. (August 17, 1998). Self-reported health status and exposure among gulf war registry veterans. Paper presented to the 10th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Boston Massachusetts. 163. Hallman, W., Kipen, H., Diefenbach, M., Kang, H., Wartenberg, D., Fiedler, N., & Natelson, B. (May 14, 1998). Defining Gulf War Illness: Self-reported health status among VA Registry veterans. Poster presented to the Conference on Federally Sponsored Gulf War Veterans' Illnesses Research Washington, D.C. 164. Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Diefenbach, M., Kang, H., Fiedler, N., & Natelson, B. (November 11, 1997). Health and exposure status of gulf war registry veterans. Poster presented at the 125th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Indianapolis, Indiana. 165. Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Diefenbach, M., Kang, H. Fiedler, N., & Natelson, B. (Aug, 18, 1997). Selfreported health status and exposure among Gulf War Registry veterans. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Conference of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China. 166. Wandersman, A., Saunders, L., Resch, M., Imm, P., Hallman, W., Rowe, A., Laughlin, J., & Blachman, M. (May 29, 1997). Developing an accountability model for state government in theory and practice. Presentation during the symposium: Empowering Government to Work Better: Community Psychology Contributions to a Program Improvement/Program Effectiveness Approach to Accountability (A. Wandersman, Chair). Presented at the 6th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Columbia, South Carolina. 167. Rich, R., Edelstein, M., Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (June 6, 1995). Citizen participation and empowerment in the context of local environmental hazards. Paper presented to the International Congress on Hazardous Waste: Impact on Human and Ecological Health, sponsored by the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). Atlanta, Georgia. 168. Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Kelly-McNeil, K., Moody, W., & Fiedler, N. (March 3, 1995). Controlled comparisons of asthmatics' symptomatic response to ambient chemical exposures. Paper presented to the 5th International Conference on Environmental and Occupational Lung Disease, American College of Chest Physicians, Orlando, Florida. 169. Wandersman, A. H., Rich, R., Edelstein, M., & Hallman, W. K. (August 16, 1994). Mobilization and empowerment in response to localized environmental threats. Paper presented at the 102nd Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, California. 170. Kipen, H., Hallman, W., Kelly-McNeil, K., & Fiedler, N. (August 18, 1993). A questionnaire instrument for assessing population prevalence of multiple chemical sensitivities. Paper presented at the 5th Annual Meeting of the International Society for Environmental Epidemiology (ISEE). Stockholm Sweden. 171. Hallman, W. K. (June 16, 1993). How communities respond to the threat of Lyme Disease. Paper presented to the 4th Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Hallman - 55 of 61 172. Kipen, H., Hallman, W. K., Kelly-McNeil, K., & Fiedler, N. (May 3, 1993). Preliminary validation of a questionnaire instrument for assessing the prevalence of multiple chemical sensitivities in a population. Paper presented to the International Congress on the Health Effects of Hazardous Waste. Atlanta, Georgia. 173. Hallman, W. K. (February 13, 1993). What is environmental protection worth to communities? Paper presented at the 159th Annual Meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Boston, Massachusetts. 174. Hallman, W. K., & Smith-Fiola, D. (April 25, 1992). Risk perception and fears of ticks and Lyme Disease. Paper presented at the national symposium, People Plant Relationships: Setting Research Priorities, East Rutherford, New Jersey. 175. Hallman, W. K., Weinstein, N. D., & Diefenbach, M. A. ( December 11, 1991). Making risk comparisons that make sense. Paper presented at the 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Baltimore, Maryland. 176. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (August 19, 1991). Individual and collective strategies for coping with environmental threats. Paper presented at the 99th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, California. 177. Wandersman, A. H., & Hallman, W. K. (June 6, 1991). Understanding risk, fear of cancer and other public concerns about hazardous chemicals. Paper presented at the 3rd Biennial Conference on Community Research and Action, Tempe, Arizona. 178. Unger, D. G., Wandersman, A., Hallman, W., & Brown, M. (August 23, 1990). Families in distress: Living near a hazardous waste facility. Paper presented at the 98th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, Boston, Massachusetts. 179. Hallman, W. K. (October 3, 1990). Stigma and inversion of the home in a community located near a hazardous waste landfill: Implications for siting. Paper presented to the International Symposium on Hazardous Materials/Waste: Social Aspects of Facility Planning and Management, Toronto, Canada. 180. Hallman, W. K. (October 30, 1989). Present risk, future risk, cancer risk: Perceptions of health risks associated with a hazardous waste landfill. Paper presented at the 9th Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, San Francisco, California. 181. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (August 14, 1989). Hazardous wastes: Present risk, future risk, cancer risk or no risk? Paper presented at the 98th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. 182. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (August 14, 1989). Hazardous wastes, risk, fears about cancer, psychological distress, and health. Paper presented at the 98th Annual Conference of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, Louisiana. 183. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (June 10, 1989). A house is not a home when you live near a hazardous waste landfill. Paper presented at the 2nd Biennial Conference on Community Research & Action, Sponsored by Division 27 of the American Psychological Association, East Lansing, Michigan.
Hallman - 56 of 61 184. Hallman, W. K., & Wandersman, A. H. (January 18, 1988). Community and individual dynamics in coping with toxic hazards. Paper presented to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, Atlanta, Georgia. 185. Hallman, W. K. (October 9, 1987). Using quality assurance to improve community services. Paper presented at the Joint Conference of the Child Welfare League, URSA Institute, S.C. Health and Human Services Finance Commission, Charleston, South Carolina. 186. Hallman, W. K., & Davis, K. E. (October 16, 1985). Using community needs assessment for organizational renewal. Paper presented at the Joint conference of the Canadian Evaluation Research Society and the Evaluation Network, Toronto, Canada. 187. Hallman, W. K. (October 4, 1985). Strategies for effective needs assessment. Paper presented to the Needs Assessment Task Force, South Carolina Human Services Integration Project, State Reorganization Commission, Columbia, South Carolina. 188. Hallman, W. K. (August 13, 1983). The multidimensional scaling of attributional cues. Proceedings, Annual PSI CHI Convention, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania. 189. Hallman, W. K. (April 10, 1983). A consideration of the relationship between attributional cues. Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. HONORS AND AWARDS 2015 United States Food and Drug Administration Advisory Committee Service Award. 2010 School of Environmental and Biological Sciences Team Award (Team Leader ­ New Brunswick Community Farmers Market), Rutgers University. 2009 Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Investigator Award in Health Policy Research. 2004 Team Award for Research Excellence (Team Leader - Food Biotechnology Program) - Cook College/ New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, Rutgers University. 1996 Teaching and Advising Excellence Award ­ Cook College Leadership Committee, Rutgers University. 1991 Fellowship, the Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture, Rutgers University. 1990 Dissertation Award, American Psychological Association, Division 27 - The Society for Community Research and Action. 1983 Psi Chi ­ The National Honor Society in Psychology. 1982 Beta Beta Beta ­ National Biological Honor Society. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Member, Society for Risk Analysis. Member, International Association for Food Protection. PROFESSIONAL SERVICE External Councilor, Executive Committee, Risk Communication Specialty Group, Society for Risk Analysis, 20162018. Member, Committee on the Science of Science Communication: A Research Agenda, Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education (DBASSE), National Academy of Sciences, 2015-2016. Chair, Risk Communication Advisory Committee of the US Food and Drug Administration, 2013-2015 (Member, 2011-2013); (SGE - Consultant, 2008-2011; 2016-2020).
Hallman - 57 of 61 Member, Advancing Health Decision Making (AHDM) Working Group, sponsored by the Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust, and the Academy for Business in Society, 2011-2015. Member, Expert Advisory Council, Agency on Aging ­ Meals on Wheels Association of America National Resource Center on Nutrition and Aging, 2011-present. Member, Board of Visitors, Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University, 2010-2015. Member, Review Panel, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Smith Lever Special Needs Grant Program, 2013. Member, Review Panel, USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grants Program ­ Nanotechnology, 2013. Member, National Research Council Committee on the Study of Food Safety and Other Consequences of Publishing Establishment-Specific Data, 2011. Member, Expert Food Safety Education Panel, United States Department of Agriculture, and the Ad Council Food Safety Advertising Campaign, 2010-2011. Member, National Research Council ad hoc Committee on the Evaluation of the Food Safety Requirements of the Federal Purchase Ground Beef Program, 2010. Delegate to the Workshop on Communicating about Foodborne Illness Data, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, (September, 2010). Member, American Water Works Association Research Foundation Research Advisory Committee, 1997- 2001. Member, American Water Works Association, Research Review Committee, 1997-1998. New Jersey Representative to Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) Citizens' Round Table, Washington, D.C. (June 1990). Delegate to the International Working Conference on the Great Lakes Ecosystem, Policy Initiatives Task Group, Buffalo, New York (September 1989). Reviewer, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). Reviewer, American Water Works Research Foundation. Reviewer, Cambridge University Press. Reviewer, National Science Foundation, Decision, Risk, and Management Science Program. Reviewer, National Sea Grant College Program, United States Department of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Reviewer, New York Sea Grant Institute. Reviewer, Rutgers University Press. Reviewer, The Wellcome Trust. Reviewer, U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC). Reviewer, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development. Reviewer, The North American Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC). Journals Editorial Board, Frontiers in Public Health / Radiation and Health (2014-Present). Contributing Editor, The Community Psychologist, 1991-1996. Guest Editor, Choices, 2005:20(4). Ad hoc reviews: Basic and Applied Social Psychology. Contemporary Psychology. Environment and Behavior. Environmental Practice. European Journal of Epidemiology. Feminist Review. Food Policy. Health Psychology.
Human Ecology. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. Journal of Community Psychology. Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly Medical Care. Policy Studies Journal. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). Psychological Reports: Perceptual and Motor Skills. Public Understanding of Science. Review of Policy Research. Risk Analysis. Risk: Health, Safety & Environment. Science Communication.
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University Member, Advisory Board to Establish an Endowed Chair for Global Hunger, 2014. Member, Centers and Institutes Strategic Planning Committee, 2014. Member, Health and Wellness Strategic Planning Committee, 2013. Member, Executive Committee, New Brunswick Community Farmers Market, 2009-present. Member, Executive Committee, Rutgers Against Hunger (RAH), 2008-present. Member, Rutgers University Institutional Review Board (IRB), 2000-2001. Member, Honors Committee, Livingston College, Rutgers University, 1990-1995.
School Member, SNAP-ED Advisory Committee, 2015. Member, Ad Hoc Committee to Establish Promotion Criteria for Non-Tenure Track Faculty, 2014. Chair, Honors Program Evaluation Committee, 2011-2013. Member, Chairs Council, 2010-present. Chair, Institute and Center Directors Council, 2008-2011. Chair, Appointments and Promotions (A&P) Committee, 2009-2010, (member 2007- 2009). Member, Rules of Procedure Committee, 2007-2009. Member, Communications and Outreach Committee, 2004-2006. Member, Search Committee for Director of Communications at Cook College, 2002. Member, Ad Hoc Conflict of Interest Committee, 2001-2003. Chair, Financial Aid Committee, 2000-2001 (member 1997-2001). Co-Chair, Communications Strategic Planning Subcommittee, 2000-2001. Member, Cook College Membership and Nominating Committee, 2000-2002. Member, George H. Cook Honors Committee, 1997-2003. Member, Reich Minority Scholarship Selection Committee, Rutgers University, 1997-2001. Member, Admissions and Scholastic Standing Committee, 1996-2001. Session Chair, Social Sciences, George H. Cook Honors Committee, 1995-2005. Member, Quality and Communication and Improvement Committee, 1995-1996.
Department Co-chair, Human Ecology, Ad Hoc Search Committee, 2003-2004. Curriculum Coordinator, Environmental Policy, Institutions, and Behavior, 1997-2001. Faculty Advisor, Human Ecology Student Club, 1990-2003. Faculty Advisor, Social Strategies for Environmental Protection Certificate Program, 2000-present. Member, Departmental Teaching Committee, 2000-2010.
Public Office Rocky Hill (NJ) Borough Council 2006-2009 (Council President, 2009). Rocky Hill (NJ) Board of Public Health 2004-2006.
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CONSULTING EXPERIENCE
Consultant, Food Safety Risk Communication Handbook, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy (August 2013 ­ Present).
Consultant, Best practices in Crisis Communications, WPC80 Independent Inquiry for the Fonterra Board of Directors, Auckland, New Zealand. (September ­ October 2013).
Consultant, Ward vs. Lockheed Martin. Motley Rice, Providence, Rhode Island (April - October 2010).
Consultant, Corvello vs. New England Gas Co. Motley Rice, Providence, Rhode Island (August 2007 - April 2008).
Consultant, Food Security Risk Communication Course Module. St. Joseph's University, Early Responders Distance Learning Center (January - March 2004).
Consultant, Title XXI (Medicaid Expansion) Evaluation. The Partnership for Community and Organizational Services; Columbia, South Carolina, A partnership between the University of South Carolina School of Social Work and the S.C. Department of Health and Human Services. (July-August 1999).
Consultant, program improvement and accountability in Medicaid Managed Care programs, PACE project; Governor's Office, State of South Carolina. (July 1996 - September 1999).
Advisor, Reassessment of Microbial Risk Factors in Drinking Water. American Water Works Association Research Foundation (AWWARF) (May 1999).
Consultant, public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology, Genencor (September 1994).
Consultant, public perceptions of agricultural biotechnology, Bio/Technology, Nature Publishing Co. (October 1994).
Consultant, public perceptions of risk, ABC News Special Productions (April 1994).
Consultant in Risk Communication, The American Water Works Association Research Foundation (July 1991).
Consultant, Risk Communication Management Group; South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (February 1990).
Consultant, Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution, Report to the New Jersey Low Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Facility Siting Board (February 1990).
Evaluation design, Resource Directory Component; South Carolina Human Services Integration Project, State Reorganization Commission (February 1986).
Consultant, data analysis of selected demographics; telephone survey, United Way of the Midlands Needs Assessment (May to June 1985).
Hallman - 60 of 61 Consultant, data analysis of Service Providers Survey; United Way of the Midlands Needs Assessment (January to May 1985). Consultant, Key Informants Survey; United Way of the Midlands Needs Assessment (January to May 1985). Evaluator, Foodlab Program, Hotel, Restaurant, and Tourism Program; University of South Carolina (January to May 1985). WORKSHOPS PRESENTED FAO/WHO Workshop: "Risk Communication in Food Safety," Chiinu, Moldova (June, 24-25, 2015). FAO/WHO Regional Workshop: "Enhancing Risk Communication Capacity in Food Safety in Southeast Asia," Bangkok, Thailand (May 13-15, 2015). FAO/WHO Regional Workshop: "Enhancing Risk Communication Capacity in Food Safety," Budapest, Hungary (June 3-6, 2014). Public Opinion and Values, Winter School on Anticipatory Governance of Emerging Technologies, Center for Nanotechnology in Society at Arizona State University, Saguaro Lake Ranch, Mesa, Arizona, (January 4-5, 2015), (January 4-5, 2014). Introduction to Risk Communication, Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, College Park, Maryland (September 18, 2014), (September 19, 2013), (September 20, 2012), (September 26, 2011). Food Safety Risk Communication, Risk Analysis Training Program, Joint Institute for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, College Park, Maryland, (June 6-8, 2016), (November 11-13), (June 15-17, 2015), (November 5-7, 2014), (June 10-13, 2014), (October 23-25, 2013), (June 12-14, 2013), (June 13-15, 2012), (June 10-14, 2011). Risk Communication Training, International Risk Engineering Training Course, Zurich Services Corporation Risk Engineering, Schaumburg, Illinois, (January 27, 2014), (February 1, 2013), (February 6, 2012), (May 18, 2011), (January 28, 2010), (January 30, 2009), (February 8, 2008), (February 8, 2007), (February 2, 2006), (February 18, 2005), (February 19, 2003), (January 29, 2001), (February 2, 2000), (February 2, 1999), (April 24, 1998), (April 18, 1997), (April 19, 1996), (May 4, 1995). Risk Communication Workshop, International Risk Engineering Training Course, Zurich-American Insurance Group, Cheshire, England (May 14, 2004). Risk Communication Training, International Risk Engineering Training Course, Zurich-American Insurance Group, Zurich, Switzerland (January 16, 2004) (January 24, 2003), (September 10, 1996). Development of a Community Environment Team, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Columbia, South Carolina (November 14-21, 1999). Research Objectives and Sampling Strategies. Social Work Clinic, University of South Carolina College of Social Work, Columbia, South Carolina (February 18, 1999). Communicating Risk Management Programs to the Public, Workshop presented at the 18th Annual Meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis, Phoenix, Arizona (December 6, 1998).
Hallman - 61 of 61 Risk Communication Skills and Techniques, Risk Management Training Course, New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, Trenton, New Jersey (October, November 1998, January, February 1999). Program Evaluation for Volunteer Organizations, Southeastern Region Parents Anonymous Conference, Charleston, South Carolina (June 17, 1989). Using Text-Based Database Systems for Community Research, Charleston, South Carolina (October 16, 1987). Stress Management, University Affiliated Facilities, University of South Carolina (December 6-7, 1984). Stress Management, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (DHEC) (September to November 1984). Stress Management, South Carolina Department of Youth Services, (DYS) (July to September 1984).

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