How to counter misinformation using psychology

The #Webimmunization research project team invites you to an open midterm seminar.

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The #Webimmunization research project team have the pleasure to announce that the guest speaker at the seminar will be Dr Jon Roozenbeek

During the seminar, he will speak on how to counter misinformation using psychology. After the presentation, the discussion will be moderated by prof. Jonas R. Kunst from the University of Oslo.

The event will take place online via Teams platform and will be held in English. It will be recorded and published on our website and social media.

The registration is open – you can sign up here:
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Registered participants a few days before the event will receive an online link to join the seminar.

More information on the event is available on the #Webimmunization project website. You can also follow our social media profiles on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, to be always updated about the newest findings of our research and upcoming events.

About the lecturer

Dr Jon Roozenbeek is the British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Cambridge Social Decision-Making Lab. His research focuses on misinformation, vaccine hesitancy, online extremism and inoculation theory. As part of his research, he co-developed the award-winning fake news games Bad News, Harmony Square and Go Viral.

Published June 24, 2022 3:50 PM - Last modified June 28, 2022 12:02 PM