The psychology of misinformation
«#Webimmunization: How can online social networks create collective resilience against misinformation?». To answer this question, the project combines perspectives from epidemiology, psychology, philosophy and computer science. Its main goal is to develop tools that can reliably assess the immunity of individual actors and entire networks of online users against misinformation. Moreover, it aims to test how this webimmunization influences behavior online and ultimately how it can be increased.
2018 – 2020: Research Assistant / University of Oslo
2015 – 2017: Master’s degree in culture and community psychology / University of Oslo
2011 – 2014: Bachelor’s degree in general psychology / University of Tromsø
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- Kunst, Jonas R.; Bailey, April; Prendergast, Claire Nicole & Gundersen, Aleksander (2018). Sexism, rape myths and feminist identification explain gender differences in attitudes toward the #metoo social media campaign in two countries. Media Psychology. ISSN 1521-3269. . doi: 10.1080/15213269.2018.1532300