Brendan Nyhan
Brendan Nyhan
Professor of Government, Dartmouth College
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When corrections fail: The persistence of political misperceptions
B Nyhan, J Reifler
Political Behavior 32 (2), 303-330, 2010
19132010
The science of fake news
DMJ Lazer, MA Baum, Y Benkler, AJ Berinsky, KM Greenhill, F Menczer, ...
Science 359 (6380), 1094-1096, 2018
12992018
Redefine statistical significance
DJ Benjamin, JO Berger, M Johannesson, BA Nosek, EJ Wagenmakers, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 2 (1), 6-10, 2018
12982018
Effective messages in vaccine promotion: A randomized trial
B Nyhan, J Reifler, S Richey, GL Freed
Pediatrics 133 (4), e835-e842, 2014
8762014
The nature and origins of misperceptions: Understanding false and unsupported beliefs about politics
DJ Flynn, B Nyhan, J Reifler
Political Psychology 38, 127-150, 2017
4242017
Exposure to untrustworthy websites in the 2016 U.S. election
AM Guess, B Nyhan, J Reifler
421*2020
Does correcting myths about the flu vaccine work? An experimental evaluation of the effects of corrective information
B Nyhan, J Reifler
Vaccine 33 (3), 459-464, 2015
3502015
The hazards of correcting myths about health care reform
B Nyhan, J Reifler, PA Ubel
Medical care, 127-132, 2013
2502013
How conditioning on posttreatment variables can ruin your experiment and what to do about it
JM Montgomery, B Nyhan, M Torres
American Journal of Political Science 62 (3), 760-775, 2018
2422018
Social media, political polarization, and political disinformation: A review of the scientific literature
JA Tucker, A Guess, P Barberá, C Vaccari, A Siegel, S Sanovich, D Stukal, ...
Political polarization, and political disinformation: a review of the …, 2018
2272018
Bayesian model averaging: Theoretical developments and practical applications
JM Montgomery, B Nyhan
Political Analysis, 245-270, 2010
1792010
Why the "death panel" myth wouldn't die: Misinformation in the health care reform debate
B Nyhan
The Forum 8 (1), 2010
1792010
The effect of fact‐checking on elites: A field experiment on U.S. state legislators
B Nyhan, J Reifler
American Journal of Political Science 59 (3), 628-640, 2015
1772015
The roles of information deficits and identity threat in the prevalence of misperceptions
B Nyhan, J Reifler
Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties 29 (2), 222-244, 2019
147*2019
Taking fact-checks literally but not seriously? The effects of journalistic fact-checking on factual beliefs and candidate favorability
B Nyhan, E Porter, J Reifler, TJ Wood
Political Behavior, 1-22, 2019
135*2019
One vote out of step? The effects of salient roll call votes in the 2010 election
B Nyhan, E McGhee, J Sides, S Masket, S Greene
American Politics Research 40 (5), 844-879, 2012
1342012
The “unfriending” problem: The consequences of homophily in friendship retention for causal estimates of social influence
H Noel, B Nyhan
Social Networks 33 (3), 211-218, 2011
1322011
All the president's spin: George W. Bush, the media, and the truth
B Fritz, B Keefer, B Nyhan
Simon and Schuster, 2004
1192004
Understanding innovations in journalistic practice: A field experiment examining motivations for fact-checking
L Graves, B Nyhan, J Reifler
Journal of Communication 66 (1), 102-138, 2016
1062016
Scandal potential: How political context and news congestion affect the president's vulnerability to media scandal
B Nyhan
British Journal of Political Science 45 (2), 435-466, 2015
100*2015
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