"Thinking More or Thinking Differently? Using Drift-diffusion Modeling to Illuminate Why Accuracy Prompts Decrease Misinformation Sharing."

Lin, Hause, Gordon Pennycook, and David G. Rand. Cognition Vol. 230, (2023): 105312.

"Unselfish Traits and Social Decision-making Patterns Characterize Six Populations of Real-world Extraordinary Altruists."

Rhoads, Shawn A., Kruti M. Vekaria, Katherine O’Connell, Hannah S. Elizabeth, David G. Rand, Megan N. Kozak Williams, and Abigail A. Marsh. Nature Communications Vol. 14, (2023): 1807.

"Does Deliberation Decrease Belief in Conspiracies?"

Bago, Bence, David G. Rand, and Gordon Pennycook. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology Vol. 103, (2022): 104395.

"Measuring Exposure to Misinformation from Political Elites on Twitter."

Mosleh, Mohsen and David G. Rand. Nature Communications Vol. 13, No. 7144 (2022): 1-9.

"Do Explanations Increase the Effectiveness of AI-Crowd Generated Fake News Warnings?"

Ziv Epstein, Nicolo Foppiani, Sophie Hilgard, Sanjana Sharma, Elena Glassman, and David G. Rand. In Proceedings of the International AAAI Conference on Web and Social Media, Atlanta, GA: June 2022.

"Learning to be Selfish? A Large-scale Longitudinal Analysis of Dictator Games Played on Amazon Mechanical Turk."

Arechar, Antonio A. and David G. Rand. Journal of Economic Psychology Vol. 90, (2022): 102490.

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