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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    16 July 2021Alternative Measures of Political Efficacy: The Quest for Cross-Cultural Invariance with Ordinally Scaled Survey Items  Scotto, TJ; Xena, C; Reifler, J
    8 June 2021Association of vaccine hesitancy and immunization coverage rates in the European Union  Stoeckel, F; Carter, C; Lyons, BA; et al.
    7 August 2017The consequential Nationalist–Globalist policy divide in contemporary Britain: some initial analyses  Scotto, TJ; Sanders, D; Reifler, J
    22 June 2020A digital media literacy intervention increases discernment between mainstream and false news in the United States and India  Guess, AM; Lerner, M; Lyons, B; et al.
    1 April 2015Displacing misinformation about events: An experimental test of causal corrections  Nyhan, B; Reifler, J
    3 September 2021The Distorting Prism of Social Media: How Self-Selection and Exposure to Incivility Fuel Online Comment Toxicity  Kim, JW; Guess, A; Nyhan, B; et al.
    8 December 2014Does correcting myths about the flu vaccine work? An experimental evaluation of the effects of corrective information  Nyhan, B; Reifler, J
    27 October 2014The Effect of Fact-Checking on Elites: A Field Experiment on U.S. State Legislators  Nyhan, B; Reifler, J
    3 March 2014Effective messages in vaccine promotion: a randomized trial.  Nyhan, B; Reifler, J; Richey, S; et al.
    28 June 2021The Effects of Unsubstantiated Claims of Voter Fraud on Confidence in Elections  Berlinski, N; Doyle, M; Guess, AM; et al.
    2 March 2020Exposure to untrustworthy websites in the 2016 US election  Guess, AM; Nyhan, B; Reifler, J
    14 January 2020“Fake news” may have limited effects beyond increasing beliefs in false claims  Guess, AM; Lockett, D; Lyons, B; et al.
    20 June 2016Getting Tough with the Dragon? The Comparative Correlates of Foreign Policy Attitudes towards China in the United States and United Kingdom  Reifler, J; Scotto, TJ
    20 June 2016Getting Tough with the Dragon? The Comparative Correlates of Foreign Policy Attitudes towards China in the United States and United Kingdom  Reifler, J; Scotto, TJ
    22 May 2021Going nativist: how nativism and economic ideology interact to shape beliefs about global trade  Powers, KE; Reifler, J; Scotto, TJ
    4 November 2019High-status lobbyists are most likely to overrate their success  Lyons, BA; McKay, AM; Reifler, J
    19 September 2018How political are national identities? A comparison of the United States, the United Kingdom, and Germany in the 2010s  Mader, M; Scotto, TJ; Reifler, J; et al.
    8 July 2020How Politics Shape Views Toward Fact-Checking: Evidence from Six European Countries  Lyons, B; Merola, V; Reifler, J; et al.
    1 July 2017Like Father, Like Son: Justin Trudeau and Valence Voting in Canada's 2015 Federal Election  Clarke, HD; Gravelle, TB; Scotto, TJ; et al.
    24 November 2020More Accurate, but No Less Polarized: Comparing the Factual Beliefs of Government Officials and the Public  Lee, N; Nyhan, B; Reifler, J; et al.