Prof. Jon Krosnick says “you need to emphasize individual risk” as one tactic, adding that people must be convinced that they could actually die or become severely ill from the virus.
Prof. Jennifer Pan and colleagues have shown that discrimination against Chinese students in the U.S. may be making them more supportive of the nationalism and authoritarian rule practiced by the regime in Beijing.
Cheryl Phillips’ Big Local News team have been collecting, processing and releasing data sets that journalists can use in their coverage of the pandemic.
An interdisciplinary team from the Dept. of Communication and the Dept. of Epidemiology reveals reasons why people failed to comply to social distancing guidelines.
In this WSJ article, Prof. Jeremy Bailenson discusses why many of us are getting mentally exhausted from videoconferencing—whether for a work meeting, an online dance class, or a virtual happy hour.