John Kerr
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Risk perceptions of COVID-19 around the world
S Dryhurst, CR Schneider, J Kerr, ALJ Freeman, G Recchia, ...
Covid-19: Confronting a New World Risk, 162-174, 2022
Susceptibility to misinformation about COVID-19 around the world
J Roozenbeek, CR Schneider, S Dryhurst, J Kerr, ALJ Freeman, ...
Royal Society Open Science 7 (10), 201199, 2020
Political polarization on COVID-19 pandemic response in the United States
J Kerr, C Panagopoulos, S van der Linden
Personality and Individual Differences 179, 110892, 2021
COVID-19 risk perception: a longitudinal analysis of its predictors and associations with health protective behaviours in the United Kingdom
CR Schneider, S Dryhurst, J Kerr, ALJ Freeman, G Recchia, ...
Journal of Risk Research 24 (3-4), 294-313, 2021
Effect of information about COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and side effects on behavioural intentions: two online experiments
JR Kerr, ALJ Freeman, TM Marteau, S van der Linden
Vaccines 9 (4), 379, 2021
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, ...
BMJ open 11 (8), e048025, 2021
Changes in perceived scientific consensus shift beliefs about climate change and GM food safety
JR Kerr, MS Wilson
PloS one 13 (7), e0200295, 2018
The Misinformation Susceptibility Test (MIST): A psychometrically validated measure of news veracity discernment
R Maertens, FM Götz, HF Golino, J Roozenbeek, CR Schneider, ...
Behavior Research Methods 56 (3), 1863-1899, 2024
Right-wing authoritarianism and social dominance orientation predict rejection of science and scientists
JR Kerr, MS Wilson
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 550-567, 2021
Why are beliefs in different conspiracy theories positively correlated across individuals? Testing monological network versus unidimensional factor model explanations
MN Williams, MD Marques, SR Hill, JR Kerr, M Ling
British Journal of Social Psychology, 2022
Australasian public awareness and belief in conspiracy theories: Motivational correlates
MD Marques, M Ling, MN Williams, JR Kerr, J McLennan
Political Psychology 43 (1), 177-198, 2022
Perceptions of scientific consensus do not predict later beliefs about the reality of climate change: A test of the gateway belief model using cross-lagged panel analysis
JR Kerr, MS Wilson
Journal of Environmental Psychology 59, 107-110, 2018
Communicating personalized risks from COVID-19: guidelines from an empirical study
ALJ Freeman, J Kerr, G Recchia, CR Schneider, ACE Lawrence, ...
Royal Society open science 8 (4), 201721, 2021
Benzylpiperazine in New Zealand: brief history and current implications
J Kerr, LS Davis
Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand 41 (1), 155-164, 2011
Pharmacological Preconditioning with GYKI 52466: A Prophylactic Approach to Neuroprotection.
C Goulton, A Patten, J Kerr, DS Kerr
Frontiers in Neuroscience, 2010
Associations between conspiracism and the rejection of scientific innovations
MD Marques, JR Kerr, MN Williams, M Ling, J McLennan
Public Understanding of Science 30 (7), 854-867, 2021
Selective reduction in synaptic proteins involved in vesicle docking and signalling at synapses in the ataxic mutant mouse stargazer
B Leitch, O Shevtsova, J Kerr
Journal of Comparative Neurology 512 (1), 52-73, 2009
Fighting misinformation in seismology: Expert opinion on earthquake facts vs. fiction
S Dryhurst, F Mulder, I Dallo, JR Kerr, SK McBride, L Fallou, JS Becker
Frontiers in Earth Science 10, 937055, 2022
Transparent communication of evidence does not undermine public trust in evidence
JR Kerr, CR Schneider, ALJ Freeman, T Marteau, S van der Linden
PNAS Nexus 1 (5), pgac280, 2022
Democracy and belief in conspiracy theories in New Zealand
MD Marques, SR Hill, EJR Clarke, MN Williams, M Ling, JR Kerr, ...
Australian Journal of Political Science 57 (3), 264-279, 2022
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