Deepfaked online content is highly effective in manipulating people’s attitudes and intentions

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  1. Ciaran Hughes
  2. Rian Hughes

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Description: 7 experiments demonstrate that deepfaked video and audio online content is effective at changing implicit & explicit attitudes and behavioural intentions towards individuals.

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Supplementary materials document here. Links to preregistrations here. Links to some of the Deepfaked videos and audio used in the experiments.

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