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The Effects of Exposure to Claims of Voter Fraud on Confidence in Elections

Journal of Experimental Political Science

2021

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Self-Affirmation and Identity-Driven Political Behavior

Journal of Experimental Political Science

2021

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A digital media literacy intervention increases discernment between mainstream and false news in the United States and India

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

2020

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Shifting medical guidelines: Compliance and spillover effects for revised antibiotic recommendations

Social Science & Medicine

2020

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How politics shape views toward fact-checking: Evidence from 6 European countries

International Journal of Press/Politics

2020

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Improving GM consensus acceptance through reduced reactance and climate change-based message targeting

Environmental Communication

2020

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"Fake news" may have limited effects beyond increasing beliefs in false claims

Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review

2020

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High-status lobbyists are most likely to overrate their success

Nature Human Behaviour

2020

Proximity (mis)perception: Public awareness of nuclear, refinery, and fracking sites

Risk Analysis

2020

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Discussion Network Activation: An Expanded Approach to Selective Exposure

Media and Communication

2019

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How Conversion Messages Change Attitudes: Strong Arguments, Not Costly Signals

Public Understanding of Science

2019

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Not Just Asking Questions: Effects of Implicit and Explicit Conspiracy Information about Vaccines and Genetic Modification

Health Communication

2019

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Reducing Group Alignment in Factual Disputes? The Limited Effects of Social Identity Interventions

Science Communication

2018

Enduring Extremes? Polar Vortex, Drought, and Climate Change Beliefs

Environmental Communication

2018

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When Readers Believe Journalists: Effects of Adjudication in Varied Dispute Contexts

International Journal of Public Opinion Research

2017

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From Code to Discourse: Social Media and Linkage Mechanisms in Deliberative Systems

Journal of Public Deliberation

2017

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Intraparty Hostility: Social Identity, Sub-Identity, and the Hostile Media Effect in a Contested Primary

Journal of Political Marketing

2017

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How (Not) to Talk on Twitter: Effects of Politicians’ Tweets on Perceptions of the Twitter Environment

Cyberpsychology, Behavior & Social Networking

2016

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Conservatism vs. Conservationism: Counteractive Influences of Social Affiliation on Beliefs About Fracking

Environmental Communication

2016

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Is Online Citizen News Really Alternative? A Multiplatform Analysis of BP Oil Spill Coverage

Web Journal of Mass Communication Research

2015

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Intramedium Interaction and the Third-Person Effect: How Partisans Respond to YouTube Ads and Comments

CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking

2015

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Partisan Media and Discussion as Enhancers of the Belief Gap

Mass Communication & Society

2014

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