Sander van der Linden
Sander van der Linden
Professor of Social Psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge
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Using social and behavioural science to support COVID-19 pandemic response
JJ Van Bavel, P Boggio, V Capraro, A Cichocka, M Cikara, M Crockett, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 4, 460-471, 2020
Risk perceptions of COVID-19 around the world
S Dryhurst, CR Schneider, J Kerr, ALJ Freeman, G Recchia, ...
Journal of Risk Research 23, 994-1006, 2020
The social-psychological determinants of climate change risk perceptions: Towards a comprehensive model
S van der Linden
Journal of Environmental Psychology 41, 112-124, 2015
Susceptibility to misinformation about COVID-19 around the world
J Roozenbeek, CR Schneider, S Dryhurst, J Kerr, ALJ Freeman, ...
Royal Society Open Science 7 (10), 201199, 2020
Inoculating the public against misinformation about climate change
S van der Linden, A Leiserowitz, S Rosenthal, E Maibach
Global Challenges 1 (2), 1600008, 2017
The scientific consensus on climate change as a gateway belief: Experimental evidence
SL van der Linden, AA Leiserowitz, GD Feinberg, EW Maibach
PloS One 10 (2), e0118489, 2015
Improving Public Engagement With Climate Change: Five “Best Practice” Insights From Psychological Science
S van der Linden, E Maibach, A Leiserowitz
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (6), 758-763, 2015
Fake news game confers psychological resistance against online misinformation
J Roozenbeek, S van der Linden
Nature Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 5 (65), 1-10, 2019
The conspiracy-effect: Exposure to conspiracy theories (about global warming) decreases pro-social behavior and science acceptance
S Van der Linden
Personality and Individual Differences 87, 171-173, 2015
The fake news game: actively inoculating against the risk of misinformation
J Roozenbeek, S van der Linden
Journal of Risk Research 22 (5), 570-580, 2018
Inoculating against fake news about COVID-19
S van Der Linden, J Roozenbeek, J Compton
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 2928, 2020
Communicating uncertainty about facts, numbers and science
AM van der Bles, S van der Linden, ALJ Freeman, J Mitchell, AB Galvao, ...
Royal Society Open Science 6 (5), 181870, 2019
On the relationship between personal experience, affect and risk perception: The case of climate change
S van der Linden
European Journal of Social Psychology 44 (5), 430-440, 2014
Determinants and Measurement of Climate Change Risk Perception, Worry, and Concern
S van der Linden
Oxford Encyclopedia of Climate Change Communication 2, 369-401, 2017
How to communicate the scientific consensus on climate change: plain facts, pie charts or metaphors?
SL van der Linden, AA Leiserowitz, GD Feinberg, EW Maibach
Climatic Change 126 (1-2), 255-262, 2014
Charitable Intent: A Moral or Social Construct? A Revised Theory of Planned Behavior Model
S van der Linden
Current Psychology 30 (4), 355-374, 2011
The gateway belief model: A large-scale replication
S van der Linden, A Leiserowitz, E Maibach
Journal of Environmental Psychology 62, 49-58, 2019
Ideological asymmetries in conformity, desire for shared reality, and the spread of misinformation
JT Jost, S van der Linden, C Panagopoulos, CD Hardin
Current Opinion in Psychology 23, 77-83, 2018
The effects of communicating uncertainty on public trust in facts and numbers
AM Van Der Bles, S van der Linden, ALJ Freeman, DJ Spiegelhalter
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (14), 7672-7683, 2020
Highlighting consensus among medical scientists increases public support for vaccines: Evidence from a randomized experiment
SL van der Linden, CE Clarke, EW Maibach
BMC Public Health 15 (1), 1207, 2015
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