Jennifer L. Bevan is a Professor of Communications and Director of the Health and Strategic Communication Program at Chapman University. She earned her B.A. and M.A. from the University of Delaware and Ph.D. from the University of Georgia.
Professor Bevan researches the psychological and physical health implications of conflict, jealousy, long-distance caregiving, uncertainty, and topic avoidance.
Bevan, Jennifer L. “Experiencing and communicating romantic jealousy: Questioning the investment model.” Southern Communication Journal 73.1 (2008): 42-67.
Lynch, John, et al. “A preliminary study of how multiple exposures to messages about genetics impact on lay attitudes towards racial and genetic discrimination.” New Genetics and Society 27.1 (2008): 43-56.
Bevan, Jennifer L., et al. “Serial argumentation goals and their relationships to perceived resolvability and choice of conflict tactics.” Communication Quarterly 55.1 (2007): 61-77.