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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 87617.
Published: 11 September 2023
...Raunak M. Pillai; Lisa K. Fazio Recent years have seen a growing interest among academics and the public in ways to curb the spread of misinformation on social media. A recent experiment demonstrated that explanation prompts—simply asking people to explain why they think information is true...
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Collabra: Psychology (2023) 9 (1): 71341.
Published: 10 March 2023
...Hannah Buie; Alyssa Croft We introduce the Social Media Sexist Content (SMSC) database, an open-access online stimulus set consisting of 382 social media content items and 221 comments related to the content. The content items include 90 sexist posts and 292 neutral posts. The comment items include...
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Collabra: Psychology (2022) 8 (1): 37458.
Published: 16 August 2022
...Jordan Zimmerman; Angelica De Rezende; Anna M. Wright; Kaitlin M. Lord; Sarah Brown-Schmidt Social media is a routine part of every-day life for millions of people worldwide. How does engaging with social media shape enduring memories for that experience? This question is important given...
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Collabra: Psychology (2022) 8 (1): 37061.
Published: 27 July 2022
... the time they spent on active and passive social media use and their end-of-day wellbeing. Multilevel regressions indicated that more face-to-face interactions both within and outside of one’s household positively predicted wellbeing, while technology-mediated communication had less consistent positive...
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Collabra: Psychology (2021) 7 (1): 25293.
Published: 13 July 2021
...Gordon Pennycook; Jabin Binnendyk; Christie Newton; David G. Rand Coincident with the global rise in concern about the spread of misinformation on social media, there has been influx of behavioral research on so-called “fake news” (fabricated or false news headlines that are presented...
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Collabra: Psychology (2019) 5 (1): 34.
Published: 30 July 2019
... Reddit social media reform As scientists, it can be easy to lock ourselves inside the “science bubble” and ignore how the general public perceives our work. While some researchers may see the importance of communicating findings to the public, others may argue that “research is for researchers...
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