Michael Geers
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Toolbox of individual-level interventions against online misinformation
A Kozyreva, P Lorenz-Spreen, SM Herzog, UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, ...
Nature Human Behaviour, 1-9, 2024
Susceptibility to misinformation is consistent across question framings and response modes and better explained by myside bias and partisanship than analytical thinking
J Roozenbeek, R Maertens, SM Herzog, M Geers, R Kurvers, M Sultan, ...
Judgment and Decision Making 17 (3), 547-573, 2022
Boosting people’s ability to detect microtargeted advertising
P Lorenz-Spreen, M Geers, T Pachur, R Hertwig, S Lewandowsky, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-9, 2021
Time pressure reduces misinformation discrimination ability but does not alter response bias
M Sultan, AN Tump, M Geers, P Lorenz-Spreen, SM Herzog, ...
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 22416, 2022
The Online Misinformation Engagement Framework
M Geers, B Swire-Thompson, P Lorenz-Spreen, SM Herzog, A Kozyreva, ...
Current Opinion in Psychology, 101739, 2024
The political (a)symmetry of metacognitive insight into detecting misinformation
M Geers, H Fischer, S Lewandowsky, S Herzog
PsyArXiv, 2023
Linking lab and field research
M Geers
Nature Reviews Psychology 2 (8), 458, 2023
Real-time assessment of motives for sharing and creating content among highly active Twitter users
P Lorenz-Spreen, RC Arslan, A Kozyreva, B Swire-Thompson, M Geers, ...
OSF, 2024
Combating misinformation: A megastudy of nine interventions designed to reduce the sharing of and belief in false and misleading headlines
L Fazio, DG Rand, S Lewandowsky, M Susmann, AJ Berinsky, AM Guess, ...
Towards more ethical social media field experiments
VJ Straub, JW Burton, M Geers, P Lorenz-Spreen
OSF, 2024
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