Misinformation Lab

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Description: This is a global project containing links to the activities in the Misinformation Lab at Deakin University.

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  • Perceived Mitigation Threat Partially Mediates Effects of Right-Wing Ideologies on Climate Change Beliefs.

    Research consistently shows that right-wing ideological adherents are more likely to deny climate change. However, less is known about how right-wing ...

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  • “Not all environmentalists are like that…”: Unpacking the negative and positive outgroup stereotypes of environmentalists

    Although identifying as an environmentalist predicts one’s engagement in pro-environmental behaviour, the way in which outgroup members perceive envir...

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  • Responses to science communication strategies | Registered: 2017-08-22 18:47 UTC


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  • PROTOCOL - Communicating scientific Information about vaccination

    Presentation at the 2017 APS-CHP/ASBHM Joint Conference

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  • Predictors of Intention to Vaccinate and Genetically-Modified Food Consumption | Registered: 2017-08-03 03:57 UTC


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  • Testing sci com approaches to counter misinformation | Registered: 2017-08-09 18:28 UTC

    This is a study testing two different approaches (against irrelevant control) for their impact in addressing misinformation. This repository will cont...

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  • Induction documentation


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  • 2018 Lab Training/Meeting Minutes


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