"​Rethinking the Link Between Cognitive Sophistication and Politically Motivated Reasoning."

​Tappin, Ben M., Gordon Pennycook, and David G. Rand. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General Vol. 150, No. 6 (2022): 1095-1114. Download Paper.

"Encouraging the Resumption of Economic Activity after COVID-19: Evidence from a Large Scale-field Experiment in China."

Palacios, Juan, Yichun Fan, Erez Yoeli, Jianghao Wang, Yuchen Chai, Weizeng Sun, David G. Rand, and Siqi Zheng. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Vol. 119, No. 5 (2022): e210071911. Download Preprint.

"Reasoning about Climate Change."

Bago, Bence, David G. Rand, and Gordon Pennycook, MIT Sloan Working Paper 6423-20. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, December 2021.

"Birds of a Feather Don’t Fact-check Each Other: Partisanship and the Evaluation of News in Twitter’s Birdwatch Crowdsourced Fact-checking Program."

Allen, Jennifer N. L., Cameron Martel, and David G. Rand, MIT Sloan Working Paper 6696-21. Cambridge, MA: MIT Sloan School of Management, December 2021.

"Digital Literacy is Associated with more Discerning Accuracy Judgments but not Sharing Intentions."

Sirlin, Nathaniel, Ziv Epstein, Antonio A. Arechar, and David G. Rand. Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review Vol. 2, No. 6 (2021): 1-13.

"The (Minimal) Persuasive Advantage of Political Video over Text."

Wittenberg, Chloe, Adam Berinsky, Jonanathan Zong, and David G. Rand. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Vol. 118, No. 47 (2021): e211438811. Download Paper.

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