Dr Jonathon McPhetres
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Fighting COVID-19 misinformation on social media: Experimental evidence for a scalable accuracy-nudge intervention
G Pennycook, J McPhetres, Y Zhang, JG Lu, DG Rand
Psychological science 31 (7), 770-780, 2020
Beliefs about COVID-19 in Canada, the United Kingdom, and the United States: A novel test of political polarization and motivated reasoning
G Pennycook, J McPhetres, B Bago, DG Rand
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 48 (5), 750-765, 2022
Crowdsourcing hypothesis tests: Making transparent how design choices shape research results.
JF Landy, ML Jia, IL Ding, D Viganola, W Tierney, A Dreber, ...
Psychological bulletin 146 (5), 451, 2020
Religiosity predicts negative attitudes towards science and lower levels of science literacy
J McPhetres, M Zuckerman
PloS one 13 (11), e0207125, 2018
Who is susceptible to online health misinformation? A test of four psychosocial hypotheses.
LD Scherer, J McPhetres, G Pennycook, A Kempe, LA Allen, CE Knoepke, ...
Health Psychology 40 (4), 274, 2021
Modifying attitudes about modified foods: Increased knowledge leads to more positive attitudes
J McPhetres, BT Rutjens, N Weinstein, JA Brisson
Journal of Environmental Psychology 64, 21-29, 2019
Oh, the things you don’t know: Awe promotes awareness of knowledge gaps and science interest
J McPhetres
Cognition and Emotion 33 (8), 1599-1615, 2019
Science beliefs, political ideology, and cognitive sophistication.
G Pennycook, B Bago, J McPhetres
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 152 (1), 80, 2023
Religious Americans have less positive attitudes toward science, but this does not extend to other cultures
J McPhetres, J Jong, M Zuckerman
Social Psychological and Personality Science 12 (4), 528-536, 2021
A decade of theory as reflected in Psychological Science (2009–2019)
J McPhetres, N Albayrak-Aydemir, AB Mendes, EC Chow, ...
PloS one 16 (3), e0247986, 2021
Reflecting on God's will: Reflective processing contributes to religious peoples' deontological dilemma responses
J McPhetres, P Conway, JS Hughes, M Zuckerman
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 79, 301-314, 2018
A creative destruction approach to replication: Implicit work and sex morality across cultures
W Tierney, J Hardy III, CR Ebersole, D Viganola, EG Clemente, M Gordon, ...
Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 93, 104060, 2021
Attitudes about COVID-19 in Canada, the UK, and the USA: A novel test of political polarization and motivated reasoning
G Pennycook, J McPhetres, B Bago, DG Rand
PsyArXiv Preprints Preprint posted online on April 14, 2020, 2020
Using findings from the cognitive science of religion to understand current conflicts between religious and scientific ideologies
J McPhetres, TT Nguyen
Religion, Brain & Behavior 8 (4), 394-405, 2018
Religious people endorse different standards of evidence when evaluating religious versus scientific claims
J McPhetres, M Zuckerman
Social Psychological and Personality Science 8 (7), 836-842, 2017
A matter of time… consideration of future consequences and temporal distance contribute to the ideology gap in climate change scepticism
B Većkalov, N Zarzeczna, E Niehoff, J McPhetres, BT Rutjens
Journal of Environmental Psychology 78, 101703, 2021
Psychological distance to science as a predictor of science skepticism across domains
B Većkalov, N Zarzeczna, J McPhetres, F van Harreveld, BT Rutjens
Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin 50 (1), 18-37, 2024
Character deprecation in fake news: Is it in supply or demand?
J McPhetres, DG Rand, G Pennycook
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 24 (4), 624-637, 2021
Piloerection is not a reliable physiological correlate of awe
J McPhetres, A Shtulman
International Journal of Psychophysiology 159, 88-93, 2021
The physiological study of emotional piloerection: A systematic review and guide for future research
J McPhetres, JH Zickfeld
International Journal of Psychophysiology 179, 6-20, 2022
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