Ozan Kuru
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Improving social media measurement in surveys: Avoiding acquiescence bias in Facebook research
O Kuru, J Pasek
Computers in Human Behavior 57, 82-92, 2016
442016
Motivated reasoning in the perceived credibility of public opinion polls
O Kuru, J Pasek, MW Traugott
Public opinion quarterly 81 (2), 422-446, 2017
282017
Understanding and measuring mobile Facebook use: Who, why, and how?
O Kuru, J Bayer, J Pasek, SW Campbell
Mobile Media & Communication 5 (1), 102-120, 2017
162017
How trust in experts and media use affect acceptance of common anti-vaccination claims
D Stecula, O Kuru, KH Jamieson
The Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) Misinformation Review 1 (1), https://doi …, 2020
132020
Comparing social media use and political engagement: Toward a valid measurement strategy
O Kuru, J Pasek
Social media and politics: A new way to participate in the political process …, 2016
32016
When Polls Disagree: How Competitive Results and Methodological Quality Shape Partisan Perceptions of Polls and Electoral Predictions
O Kuru, J Pasek, M Traugott
International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2019
12019
Policy Views and Negative Beliefs About Vaccines in the United States, 2019
D Stecula, O Kuru, D Albarracin, KH Jamieson
American Journal of Public Health, https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/ab, 2020
2020
When pundits weigh in: Do expert and partisan critiques in news reports shape ordinary individuals’ interpretations of polls?
O Kuru, J Pasek, M Traugott
Mass Communication and Society, 2020
2020
Communicating Public Opinion in Post-Fact Politics: Biased Processing of Public Opinion Reports and Potential Journalistic Correctives
O Kuru
2018
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