Young, D. G., Bagozzi, B. E, Goldring, A., Poulsen, S., & Drouin, E. (forthcoming). Psychology, Political Ideology, and Humor Appreciation: Why is Satire so Liberal? Psychology of Popular Media Culture, forthcoming
Young, D. G., Jamieson, K. H., Poulsen, S., & Goldring, A. (2017). Fact-Checking Effectiveness as a Function of Format and Tone: Evaluating FactCheck. org and FlackCheck. org. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 1077699017710453.
Young, D. G. (forthcoming in 2017). Can satire and irony constitute misinformation? In B. Southwell and E. Thorson (Eds.). Misinformation and Mass Audiences. University of Texas Press.
Poulsen, S. & Young, D. G. (forthcoming in 2017). A history of Fact-checking in the U.S. political and election contexts. In B. Southwell and E. Thorson (Eds.) Misinformation and Mass Audiences. University of Texas Press.
Young, D. G. & Lukk, J. M. (forthcoming in 2017). Humor use and Policy Mentions in Candidate Interviews across Talk Show Sub-genres in the 2016 Presidential Election. In D. Schill and J. Hendricks (Eds.) Media and the 2016 Election: Discourse, Disruption, and Digital Democracy. Routledge Press.
Young, D. G. & Anderson, K. (2017). Media Diet Homogeneity in a Fragmented Media Landscape. Atlantic Journal of Communication. 25 (1), 33 - 47.
Young, D. G. (2017). Theories and Effects of Political Humor: Discounting Cues, Gateways, and the Impact of Incongruities. In K. Kenski and K. H. Jamieson (Eds.), Handbook of Political Communication Theories. Oxford University Press.
Jones, P. E., Brewer, P. R., & Young, D. G. (2016). The effects of traditional news, partisan talk, and political satire programs on perceptions of presidential candidate viability and electability. Atlantic Journal of Communication, 24(3), 172-184.
Young, D. G. (2015). Political Humor and Satire in G. Mazzoleni (Ed.). The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons.
LaMarre, H. L, Landreville, K. D., & Young, D. G. (2014). Humor Works in Funny Ways: Examining Satirical Tone as a Key Determinant in Political Humor Message Processing. Mass Communication & Society, 17, 400 - 423.
Brewer, P., Young, D. G., & Jones, P. E. (2013). Campaign News Genres, Audience Characteristics, and Media Perceptions: A Field Experiment. Electronic News, 7, 189 - 203.
Young, D. G., Holbert, R. L., & Jamieson, K. H. (2014). Successful Practices for the Strategic use of Political Parody and Satire: Lessons from the P6 Symposium and the 2012 Election Campaign. American Behavioral Scientist, Election Issue, 58, 1111 - 1130.
Brewer, P. R., Young, D. G., Morreale, M. (2013). The Impact of Real News about "Fake News": Intertextual Processes and Political Satire. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 25, 323 - 343.
Jones, P. E., Hoffman, L. H., & Young, D. G. (2013). Online emotional appeals and political participation: The effect of candidate affect on mass behavior. New Media & Society, 5, 1132 - 1150. PDF.