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A comparison of prebunking and debunking interventions for implied versus explicit misinformation
LQ Tay, MJ Hurlstone, T Kurz, UKH Ecker
British Journal of Psychology 113 (3), 591-607, 2022
712022
Refuting spurious COVID-19 treatment claims reduces demand and misinformation sharing
D MacFarlane, LQ Tay, MJ Hurlstone, UKH Ecker
Journal of Applied Research in Memory and Cognition 10 (2), 248-258, 2021
582021
Thinking clearly about misinformation
LQ Tay, S Lewandowsky, MJ Hurlstone, T Kurz, UKH Ecker
Communications Psychology 2 (1), 4, 2024
72024
A focus shift in the evaluation of misinformation interventions
LQ Tay, S Lewandowsky, MJ Hurlstone, T Kurz, UKH Ecker
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2023
32023
Why misinformation must not be ignored
UKH Ecker, LQ Tay, J Roozenbeek, S van der Linden, J Cook, N Oreskes, ...
12024
Misinformation poses a bigger threat to democracy than you might think
U Ecker, J Roozenbeek, S van der Linden, LQ Tay, J Cook, N Oreskes, ...
Nature 630 (8015), 29-32, 2024
2024
Psychological interventions to combat misinformation
UKH Ecker, T Prike, LQ Tay
CREST Security Review, 2023
2023
Can higher social status of competitors cause decision makers to commit more errors?
LQ Tay
Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society 45 (45), 2023
2023
Rethinking graphical causal models
LQ Tay
Nature Reviews Psychology 1 (8), 438-438, 2022
2022
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