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Invited Talks & Conference Presentations 

The impact of groups on persuasion by and resistance to misinformation (2023)

Collective Cognition Lab, New York University, New York

The social context of trying to influence, being influenced and resisting influence (2023)

The Affective Brain Lab, University College London & MIT (Virtual)

 

Understanding and reducing distrust in credible organisations and their communications through inoculation (2023)

University of Amsterdam, Department of Communication Science (Virtual)                                

Socio-cognitive predictors of fake news susceptibility and applications to tackling climate     

misinformation  (2023)

International Conference on Environmental Psychology (Symposium Talk), Denmark

The impact of social & group cues on social networks impact beliefs regarding (mis)information (2022)

Measuring Belief Systems in Networked Communities (Data-blitz), Princeton University, US                                  

If you believe, do I believe? Examining the influence of source cues and social context on misinformation susceptibility and its potential effects on online hostility (2022)

Aarhus ’22 Conference on Online Hostility and Bystanders (Talk), Aarhus University, Denmark

 

Situating and Examining Inoculation Theory in a Social Context (2022)                                        Socio-Cultural Salon, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

 

Psychological Vaccines and Online Persuasion by Misinformation (2022)                                       Department of Communication, University of Copenhagen, Denmark

 

The influence of source cues and social context on misinformation susceptibility (2022)                    Social Action Colloquium, Social Action Lab at University of Pennsylvania                        

If you believe, do I believe? Examining the influence of source cues and social context on persuasion by misinformation (2022)

Society for Social and Personality Psychology Main Conference (Single-paper Presenter)                   

If you believe, do I believe? Examining the influence of source cues and social context on persuasion by misinformation (2022)

SPSP Attitudes & Social Influence Pre-conference (Data-blitz)                                                        

If you believe, do I believe? Examining the influence of source cues and social context on persuasion by misinformation (2022)

Society for Social and Personality Psychology Intervention Science Pre-conference (Poster)               

A ‘Vaccine’ against Misinformation (2022)                                                                              Social Dynamics Group, Nokia Bells Lab, Cambridge, UK

 

Social cues and misinformation susceptibility (2021)                                                                 

Disinformation Working Group (led by Jeff Lees)                                                                   

Vaccinating news consumers against misinformation: Current research and its limitations (2021)        

Cambridge Society for the Application of Research, Cambridge, UK                                                           

Examining the effect of political source congruence on susceptibility to misinformation (2021)           APA Society for Personality and Social Psychology (Division 8) Conference (Data-blitz)                     

Birds of a feather persuaded together: Investigating the effects of political source congruence on susceptibility and resistance to(mis)information (2021)                                                               SPSP Attitudes & Social Influence Pre-conference (Data-blitz)                                                    

Birds of a feather persuaded together: Investigating the effects of political source congruence on     

susceptibility and resistance to (mis)information (2021)

Society for Social and Personality Psychology Main Conference (Data-blitz)                           

The effects of source slant and political ideology on judgements of (mis)information (2021                Cambridge Social Psychology Seminar Series, Talk, Cambridge, UK                                            

Political source congruence and misinformation susceptibility (2021)                                            

Disinformation Working Group (led by Jeff Lees) (Talk)                                                           

 

Political source congruence and misinformation (2021)                                                              

St Edmund’s College Student Conference (Talk), Cambridge, UK                                                                            

What’s in a Like? Examining the effects of social information on perceptions of and resistance to persuasion by misinformation (2020)

Society for Social and Personality Psychology Convention (Poster), New Orleans, USA

 

Inoculation: Psychological Perspectives on Tackling Fake News (2019)                                         

Truth and Lies: Information in the Archives at The National Archives (Talk), London, UK                                 

Coercion and Fake News: Social Influence Mechanisms (2019)                                                 Coercion Lecture Series at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK         

 

Crowd Predictions: A Proactive Decision-Tool for Dynamic Strategic Management (2017)                

Strategic Risk Management Division at LEGO, Billund, Denmark                                                          

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