Emily Vraga
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The psychological drivers of misinformation belief and its resistance to correction
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, J Cook, P Schmid, LK Fazio, N Brashier, ...
Nature Reviews Psychology 1 (1), 13-29, 2022
See something, say something: Correction of global health misinformation on social media
L Bode, EK Vraga
Health communication 33 (9), 1131-1140, 2018
In related news, that was wrong: The correction of misinformation through related stories functionality in social media
L Bode, EK Vraga
Journal of Communication 65 (4), 619-638, 2015
Digital democracy: Reimagining pathways to political participation
H Gil de Z˙˝iga, A Veenstra, E Vraga, D Shah
Journal of information technology & politics 7 (1), 36-51, 2010
Willingness to get the COVID-19 vaccine with and without emergency use authorization
JPD Guidry, LI Laestadius, EK Vraga, CA Miller, PB Perrin, CW Burton, ...
American journal of infection control 49 (2), 137-142, 2021
Using expert sources to correct health misinformation in social media
EK Vraga, L Bode
Science communication 39 (5), 621-645, 2017
Understanding high-and low-quality URL Sharing on COVID-19 Twitter streams
L Singh, L Bode, C Budak, K Kawintiranon, C Padden, E Vraga
Journal of computational social science 3, 343-366, 2020
A new space for political behavior: Political social networking and its democratic consequences
L Bode, EK Vraga, P Borah, DV Shah
Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 19 (3), 414-429, 2014
Defining misinformation and understanding its bounded nature: Using expertise and evidence for describing misinformation
EK Vraga, L Bode
Political Communication 37 (1), 136-144, 2020
Credibility in context: How uncivil online commentary affects news credibility
K Thorson, E Vraga, B Ekdale
Mass Communication and Society 13 (3), 289-313, 2010
I do not believe you: How providing a source corrects health misperceptions across social media platforms
EK Vraga, L Bode
Information, Communication & Society 21 (10), 1337-1353, 2018
News literacy, social media behaviors, and skepticism toward information on social media
EK Vraga, M Tully
Information, Communication & Society 24 (2), 150-166, 2021
YouTube, Twitter and the Occupy movement: Connecting content and circulation practices
K Thorson, K Driscoll, B Ekdale, S Edgerly, LG Thompson, A Schrock, ...
Information, Communication & Society 16 (3), 421-451, 2013
The debunking handbook 2020
S Lewandowsky, J Cook, U Ecker, D Albarracin, P Kendeou, EJ Newman, ...
How individual sensitivities to disagreement shape youth political expression on Facebook
EK Vraga, K Thorson, N Kligler-Vilenchik, E Gee
Computers in Human Behavior 45, 281-289, 2015
New media, new relationship to participation? A closer look at youth news repertoires and political participation
S Edgerly, EK Vraga, L Bode, K Thorson, E Thorson
Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly 95 (1), 192-212, 2018
Does engagement in advocacy hurt the credibility of scientists? Results from a randomized national survey experiment
JE Kotcher, TA Myers, EK Vraga, N Stenhouse, EW Maibach
Environmental Communication 11 (3), 415-429, 2017
Beyond self-reports: Using eye tracking to measure topic and style differences in attention to social media content
E Vraga, L Bode, S Troller-Renfree
Communication Methods and Measures 10 (2-3), 149-164, 2016
Designing and testing news literacy messages for social media
M Tully, EK Vraga, L Bode
Mass Communication and Society 23 (1), 22-46, 2020
Creating news literacy messages to enhance expert corrections of misinformation on Twitter
EK Vraga, L Bode, M Tully
Communication Research 49 (2), 245-267, 2022
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