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Undergraduate Students’ Beliefs About the 50 Greatest Myths of Popular Psychology
The current study assesses whether undergraduate students believe in common myths prevalent in the field of psychology, as reported by Lilienfeld et al. (2009) in their book, 50 Great Myths of Popular Psychology. Historically, ...
COVID-19 Vaccination Status and Level of Trust in Information Sources
In the two years since the beginning of the pandemic, there has been a large spread of misinformation regarding COVID-19 which can hinder collective action in democratic societies and contribute to distrust in information ...
Decision Making Under Uncertainty : Extension to COVID-19 Related Behaviors
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many U.S. citizens have largely been left to make personal risk-benefit decisions for themselves, with some mandated and enforced restrictions. People’s everyday decisions about life ...