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Recent Submissions

  • Diversity effects in subjective probability judgment 

    Hadjichristidis, C; Geipel, J; Pillai, KG (Routledge, 9 November 2021)
    Previous research has shown that the judged probability of an event depends on whether its description mentions examples (“What is the probability that a randomly chosen Italian businessman will travel during the next month ...
  • Crisis? How small tourism businesses talk about COVID-19 and business change in the UK 

    Price, S; Wilkinson, T; Coles, T (Routledge, 8 January 2022)
    There has been much speculation about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the tourism sector. Common narratives have variously depicted an unprecedented crisis, a time of opportunity for innovation and transformation ...
  • Use of a language intervention to reduce vaccine hesitancy 

    Geipel, J; Grant, LH; Keysar, B (Nature Research, 7 January 2022)
    Vaccine hesitancy is a major global challenge facing COVID-19 immunization programs. Its main source is low public trust in the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine. In a preregistered experimental study, we investigated ...
  • Gene drive communication: Exploring experts’ lived experience of metaphor use 

    Nerlich, B; Stelmach, A (Taylor & Francis, 12 January 2022)
    Metaphors have been crucial in making genetics and genomics public, from the code and the book of life to genetic scissors and gene surgery. A new field is emerging called ‘gene drive’ - a range of controversial technologies ...
  • Impact of COVID-19 restrictions on mental health and physical activity among LGBQAP and heterosexual adults 

    Mullin, EM; Hutchinson, JC; Mellano, KT; et al. (Routledge / Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists, 21 December 2021)
    Introduction: We compared the impact of the COVID-19 lockdown on mental health (MH) and physical activity (PA) between US adults who identify as lesbian, gay men, bisexual, queer, asexual, and pansexual (LGBQAP) and ...

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