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Cognitive predictors of precautionary behaviour during the COVID-19 pandemic." Frontiers in Psychology (2021)."
What should I trust? Individual differences in attitudes to conflicting information and misinformation on COVID-19." Frontiers in Psychology (2021)."
Factors associated with trust in fake news among older adults In 19th General Meeting of the European Association of Social Psychology, Kraków, Poland., 2020.
Fake news recognition in young and older adults In 62nd Conference of Experimental Psychologists (TeaP), Jena, Germany., 2020.
Motivated reasoning in the evaluation of news quality In 32nd International Congress of Psychology, Praha, Czech Republic., 2020.
Sociodemographic attributes, media consumption and susceptibility to fake news In 6th World Conference on Media and Mass Communication, Cagliari, Italy., 2020.
Truth is in the eye of the beholder: Individual differences in the evaluation of fake and real news." Applied Cognitive Psychology (2020)."
Truth is in the eye of the beholder: Factors impacting fake news recognition In 27th biennial conference on Subjective Probability, Utility, and Decision Making, Amsterdam, The Netherlands., 2019.
When sharing is not caring: Individual differences in the evaluation of news quality In 4th International Conference on Communication & Media Studies, Bonn, Germany., 2019.