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Cameron Martel
Cameron Martel
PhD Student, MIT Sloan School of Management
Verified email at mit.edu
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Partisan differences in physical distancing are linked to health outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Gollwitzer, C Martel, WJ Brady, P Pärnamets, IG Freedman, ...
Nature human behaviour 4 (11), 1186-1197, 2020
6512020
Reliance on emotion promotes belief in fake news
C Martel, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Cognitive research: principles and implications 5, 1-20, 2020
4242020
Linking self-reported social distancing to real-world behavior during the COVID-19 pandemic
A Gollwitzer, K McLoughlin, C Martel, J Marshall, JM Höhs, JA Bargh
Social Psychological and Personality Science 13 (2), 656-668, 2022
124*2022
Shared partisanship dramatically increases social tie formation in a Twitter field experiment
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Eckles, DG Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (7), e2022761118, 2021
1122021
Perverse downstream consequences of debunking: Being corrected by another user for posting false political news increases subsequent sharing of low quality, partisan, and toxic …
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Eckles, D Rand
proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2021
932021
Birds of a feather don’t fact-check each other: Partisanship and the evaluation of news in Twitter’s Birdwatch crowdsourced fact-checking program
J Allen, C Martel, DG Rand
Proceedings of the 2022 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2022
912022
You’re definitely wrong, maybe: Correction style has minimal effect on corrections of misinformation online
C Martel, M Mosleh, DG Rand
Media and Communication 9 (1), 120-133, 2021
392021
Crowds can effectively identify misinformation at scale
C Martel, J Allen, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Perspectives on Psychological Science 19 (2), 477-488, 2024
222024
Autism spectrum traits predict higher social psychological skill
A Gollwitzer, C Martel, JC McPartland, JA Bargh
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 116 (39), 19245-19247, 2019
202019
Misinformation warning labels are widely effective: A review of warning effects and their moderating features
C Martel, DG Rand
Current Opinion in Psychology, 101710, 2023
172023
Aversion towards simple broken patterns predicts moral judgment
A Gollwitzer, C Martel, JA Bargh, SWC Chang
Personality and Individual Differences 160, 109810, 2020
72020
Uncommon errors: adaptive intuitions in high-quality media environments increase susceptibility to misinformation
R Orchinik, C Martel, DG Rand, R Bhui
PsyArXiv, 2023
62023
Fact-checker warning labels are effective even for those who distrust fact-checkers
C Martel, D Rand
PsyArXiv, 2023
4*2023
Examining accuracy-prompt efficacy in combination with using colored borders to differentiate news and social content online
V Bhardwaj, C Martel, DG Rand
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2023
4*2023
Deviancy aversion and social norms
A Gollwitzer, C Martel, A Heinecke, JA Bargh
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 50 (4), 516-532, 2024
32024
Promoting engagement with social fact-checks online
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Eckles, D Rand
OSF, 2022
32022
Psychological underpinnings of partisan bias in tie formation on social media
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Rand
PsyArXiv, 2023
22023
Blocking of counter-partisan accounts drives political assortment on Twitter
C Martel, M Mosleh, Q Yang, T Zaman, DG Rand
PNAS nexus, pgae161, 2024
12024
On the efficacy of accuracy prompts across partisan lines: an adversarial collaboration
C Martel, S Rathje, CJ Clark, G Pennycook, JJ Van Bavel, DG Rand, ...
Psychological science 35 (4), 435-450, 2024
12024
A New Framework for Understanding and Intervening on False News Sharing
A Gollwitzer, AN Tump, C Martel, M Sultan, R Kurvers, R Hertwig, ...
OSF, 2024
2024
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