Sample study protocol for adapting or translating the 5C measure to assess the psychological antecedents of vaccination

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  1. Natalia Kostenko
  2. Paulina Nowicka
  3. Ève Dubé
  4. Arnaud Gagneur
  5. Elisabeth Botelho
  6. Jonas Sivelä

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Description: Sample study protocol for adapting and translating the 5C scale (originally published here: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0208601) . We would like to encourage other scientists to “fork” the OSF component and make their data and materials available to other scientists in the new fork. This way an international open network of vaccine acceptance and demand research can emerge, making global monitoring possible. The authors of the original 5C scale are currently working on an online platform to visualize the psychological antecedents across different countries on the internet. To participate contact cornelia.betsch@uni-erfurt.de

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Published in 2018, the 5C scale is psychometrically validated to assess five psychological antecedents of vaccination (confidence, complacency, constraints, calculation, and collective responsibility). The original version offers a validated English and German scale to assess these determinants with a short 5-item scale (1 item per antecedent) and a long 15-item scale (3-items per antecedent). As ...

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