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Misinformation-related papers
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Papers related to misinformation from
David Rand and Gordon Pennycook’s research team

Articles summarizing our work on misinformation & fake news

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Overview of our methodological approach

Evaluating interventions to fight misinformation

Accuracy nudges

Crowdsourcing

Warnings/Corrections

Source Information

Role of reasoning in detecting versus falling for misinformation

Experimental papers

Correlational papers

Cross-cultural papers

Elite Party Cues/Messaging

Illusory truth and the effect of repetition

Politically motivated reasoning (or lack thereof)

Polarization, echo chambers & moral outrage

Other papers related to misinformation

Overview of our methodological approach

Evaluating interventions to fight misinformation

Popular overview: “The Right Way to Fight Fake News” NYTimes op ed 2020 [Tweet thread]

Accuracy nudges

Crowdsourcing

Warnings/Corrections

Source Information

Role of reasoning in detecting versus falling for misinformation

Popular overview: "Why do people fall for fake news?" NYTimes op ed 2019

Experimental papers

Correlational papers

Cross-cultural papers

Elite Party Cues/Messaging

Illusory truth and the effect of repetition on belief

Politically motivated reasoning (or lack thereof)

Polarization, echo chambers, and moral outrage

Other papers related to misinformation

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