Cornelia Betsch
Cornelia Betsch
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The influence of vaccine-critical websites on perceiving vaccination risks
C Betsch, F Renkewitz, T Betsch, C Ulshöfer
Journal of health psychology 15 (3), 446-455, 2010
2432010
Opportunities and challenges of Web 2.0 for vaccination decisions
C Betsch, NT Brewer, P Brocard, P Davies, W Gaissmaier, N Haase, ...
Vaccine 30 (25), 3727-3733, 2012
2422012
The influence of narrative v. statistical information on perceiving vaccination risks
C Betsch, C Ulshöfer, F Renkewitz, T Betsch
Medical Decision Making 31 (5), 742-753, 2011
1862011
Intuition in judgment and decision making
H Plessner, C Betsch, T Betsch
Psychology Press, 2011
1682011
Präferenz für intuition und deliberation (PID)
C Betsch
Zeitschrift für Differentielle und Diagnostische Psychologie 25 (4), 179-197, 2004
164*2004
Barriers of influenza vaccination intention and behavior–a systematic review of influenza vaccine hesitancy, 2005–2016
P Schmid, D Rauber, C Betsch, G Lidolt, ML Denker
PloS one 12 (1), 2017
1572017
Explaining heterogeneity in utility functions by individual differences in decision modes
D Schunk, C Betsch
Journal of Economic Psychology 27 (3), 386-401, 2006
1242006
Individual strategy preferences and decisional fit
C Betsch, JJ Kunz
Journal of Behavioral Decision Making 21 (5), 532-555, 2008
1052008
Debunking vaccination myths: Strong risk negations can increase perceived vaccination risks.
C Betsch, K Sachse
Health psychology 32 (2), 146, 2013
972013
Chronic preferences for intuition and deliberation in decision making: Lessons learned about intuition from an individual differences approach
CI BetsCh
Intuition in judgment and decision making, 231-248, 2008
932008
Using behavioral insights to increase vaccination policy effectiveness
C Betsch, R Böhm, GB Chapman
Policy Insights from the Behavioral and Brain Sciences 2 (1), 61-73, 2015
872015
E-health use, vaccination knowledge and perception of own risk: drivers of vaccination uptake in medical students
C Betsch, S Wicker
Vaccine 30 (6), 1143-1148, 2012
812012
Effect of narrative reports about vaccine adverse events and bias-awareness disclaimers on vaccine decisions: A simulation of an online patient social network
C Betsch, F Renkewitz, N Haase
Medical Decision Making 33 (1), 14-25, 2013
692013
Dr. Jekyll or Mr. Hyde?(How) the Internet influences vaccination decisions: Recent evidence and tentative guidelines for online vaccine communication
C Betsch, K Sachse
Vaccine 25 (30), 3723-3726, 2012
622012
Innovations in communication: the Internet and the psychology of vaccination decisions
C Betsch
Eurosurveillance 16 (17), 19849, 2011
602011
Polarization of the vaccination debate on Facebook
AL Schmidt, F Zollo, A Scala, C Betsch, W Quattrociocchi
Vaccine 36 (25), 3606-3612, 2018
562018
Inviting free-riders or appealing to prosocial behavior? game-theoretical reflections on communicating herd immunity in vaccine advocacy.
C Betsch, R Böhm, L Korn
Health Psychology 32 (9), 978, 2013
562013
On the benefits of explaining herd immunity in vaccine advocacy
C Betsch, R Böhm, L Korn, C Holtmann
Nature Human Behaviour 1 (3), 1-6, 2017
452017
Detrimental effects of introducing partial compulsory vaccination: experimental evidence
C Betsch, R Böhm
The European Journal of Public Health 26 (3), 378-381, 2016
452016
Improving medical decision making and health promotion through culture-sensitive health communication: an agenda for science and practice
C Betsch, R Böhm, CO Airhihenbuwa, R Butler, GB Chapman, N Haase, ...
Medical Decision Making 36 (7), 811-833, 2016
442016
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