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This study first refines the conceptual framework of publics' communicative behavior in social mediated health crises. Then two multiple-item scales for measuring publics' health crisis information seeking and sharing (CISS) are developed and tested by employing online survey data sets from a random national sample of 279 adults and 280 adults in the United States, respectively. Results indicate seven types of crisis information seeking behavior and 17 types of crisis information sharingdoi:10.30658/jicrcr.2.1.2 fatcat:vlgf4zgms5drzhx6evmbbx3n2i