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Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics


COVID-19 risk perception and hoax beliefs in the US immediately before and after the announcement of President Trump's diagnosis
L-M-A Tanase, J Kerr, ALJ Freeman, CR Schneider
– Royal Society Open Science
The effects of communicating scientific uncertainty on trust and decision making in a public health context
CR Schneider, ALJ Freeman, D Spiegelhalter, S van der Linden
– Judgment and Decision Making
Positive emotions and climate change
CR Schneider, L Zaval, EM Markowitz
– Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences
The effects of President Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis on hoax beliefs and risk perceptions of the virus in the U.S.
L-M Tanase, J Kerr, A Freeman, C Schneider
Motivating prosocial behavior by leveraging positive self‐regard through values affirmation
CR Schneider, EU Weber
– Journal of Applied Social Psychology
The effects of quality of evidence communication on perception of public health information about COVID-19: two randomised controlled trials
CR Schneider, ALJ Freeman, D Spiegelhalter, S van der Linden
– PloS one
The effects of communicating uncertainty around statistics on public trust: an international study
J Kerr, AM van der Bles, C Schneider, S Dryhurst, V Chopurian, ALJ Freeman, S van der Linden
Correlates of intended COVID-19 vaccine acceptance across time and countries: Results from a series of cross-sectional surveys
JR Kerr, CR Schneider, G Recchia, S Dryhurst, U Sahlin, C Dufouil, P Arwidson, AL Freeman, S van der Linden
– BMJ Open
The Misinformation Susceptibility Test (MIST): A psychometrically validated measure of news veracity discernment
R Maertens, FM Götz, C Schneider, J Roozenbeek, J Kerr, S Stieger, WP McClanahan, K Drabot, SVD Linden
How do the UK public interpret COVID-19 test results? Comparing the impact of official information about results and reliability used in the UK, USA and New Zealand: a randomised controlled trial.
G Recchia, CR Schneider, AL Freeman
– BMJ Open
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