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AHA! Lab Studies How Daily Moments Impact Long-Term Behavior

The Addiction, Health, and Adolescence Lab is led by Professor David Lydon-Staley.

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How Misinformed Vaccine Beliefs Affect Policy Views

Vaccine misperceptions are the strongest driver of opposition to pro-vaccination public policies.

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Countering Anti-Vaccination Influences from Social Media — with Conversation

The flu vaccine is considered one of the great achievements in public health, but social media messages still abound with skepticism and falsehoods about vaccination.

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Local News Volume Does Not Increase Pro-Social Behaviors During COVID-19

A new study from doctoral candidate Sean Fischer shows the limits of local news to overcome nationally polarized issues.

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Use of Conservative and Social Media Linked with COVID-19 Misinformation

People who rely on mainstream TV and print news are better informed.

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Annenberg Researchers Shift Focus to Coronavirus

Topics include media consumption and misinformation, social media whistle blowers, partisanship, impact on workers, and more.

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Kikut and Maddocks Named Provost’s Graduate Academic Engagement Fellows

During the two year fellowship, Kikut and Maddocks will both study aspects of adolescence.

Graduate Student News

Do Liberals Make Moral Connections Through Pop Culture?

Doctoral candidate Megan Genovese studies the intersections of politics and popular culture.

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Andy Tan Studies How Messaging Campaigns Can Promote Health Equity

An Annenberg alum, Tan will join the faculty as an associate professor on July 1.