Media Attention

The Conversation: Anti-vaccination mothers have outsized voice on social media – pro-vaccination parents could make a difference” This piece, written by my co-authors, Drs. McKeevers, introduced our research published in Health Communication. (9/13/2019)

Pacific Standard: “Why school shootings produce more polarization?” This article introduces the findings of my research published in Media Psychology, “Mass shootings backfire.” (2/28/2018)

Podcast Interview with Allen McDuffee: Governmentality.net

https://governmentality.net/2018/03/12/polarization-political-tribes-amy-chua/

Salon:”Backfire: Do mass shootings only harden existing attitudes?” (2/26/2018)

Psypost:People view their political opponents as being more influenced by fake news than themselves, study finds.” The article talks about my research, “Third person effects of fake news.” (1/16/2018)

HuffPost Live:  Participated in this live discussion regarding harsh Facebook comments about the situations in Gaza. I also introduced my research published in Cyberpsychology, Behavior, and Social Network. (8/19/2014)

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Other online media attention to The More Friends, the Less Political Talk? Predictors of Facebook Discussions Among College Students.

— “Do more people shy away from controversial Facebook discussions?” by MarginalRevolution.com

— “Study confirms you should just shut up about politics on Facebook

by DailyDot.com

“Confirmation bias varies according to how much we think we know” by

Scilogs.com

 

 

 

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