Stephan Lewandowsky
Stephan Lewandowsky
Professor of Psychology, University of Bristol
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Misinformation and its correction: Continued influence and successful debiasing
S Lewandowsky, UKH Ecker, CM Seifert, N Schwarz, J Cook
Psychological science in the public interest 13 (3), 106-131, 2012
12382012
Consensus on consensus: a synthesis of consensus estimates on human-caused global warming
J Cook, N Oreskes, PT Doran, WRL Anderegg, B Verheggen, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (4), 048002, 2016
7292016
Memory for serial order.
S Lewandowsky, BB Murdock Jr
Psychological Review 96 (1), 25, 1989
5211989
Modeling working memory: An interference model of complex span
K Oberauer, S Lewandowsky, S Farrell, C Jarrold, M Greaves
Psychonomic bulletin & review 19 (5), 779-819, 2012
448*2012
NASA faked the moon landing—therefore,(climate) science is a hoax: An anatomy of the motivated rejection of science
S Lewandowsky, K Oberauer, GE Gignac
Psychological science 24 (5), 622-633, 2013
4042013
Beyond misinformation: Understanding and coping with the “post-truth” era
S Lewandowsky, UKH Ecker, J Cook
Journal of applied research in memory and cognition 6 (4), 353-369, 2017
4022017
An endogenous distributed model of ordering in serial recall
S Farrell, S Lewandowsky
Psychonomic bulletin & review 9 (1), 59-79, 2002
3562002
The pivotal role of perceived scientific consensus in acceptance of science
S Lewandowsky, GE Gignac, S Vaughan
Nature climate change 3 (4), 399-404, 2013
3152013
Computational modeling in cognition: Principles and practice
S Lewandowsky, S Farrell
SAGE publications, 2010
3122010
The role of conspiracist ideation and worldviews in predicting rejection of science
S Lewandowsky, GE Gignac, K Oberauer
PloS one 8 (10), e75637, 2013
3032013
A distributed memory model for serial-order information.
BB Murdock
Psychological Review 90 (4), 316, 1983
2831983
Forgetting in immediate serial recall: Decay, temporal distinctiveness, or interference?
K Oberauer, S Lewandowsky
Psychological review 115 (3), 544, 2008
2672008
Explicit warnings reduce but do not eliminate the continued influence of misinformation
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, DTW Tang
Memory & cognition 38 (8), 1087-1100, 2010
2462010
The components of working memory updating: an experimental decomposition and individual differences.
UKH Ecker, S Lewandowsky, K Oberauer, AEH Chee
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 36 (1), 170, 2010
2382010
No temporal decay in verbal short-term memory
S Lewandowsky, K Oberauer, GDA Brown
Trends in cognitive sciences 13 (3), 120-126, 2009
2152009
Iterated learning: Intergenerational knowledge transmission reveals inductive biases
ML Kalish, TL Griffiths, S Lewandowsky
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 14 (2), 288-294, 2007
2132007
The dynamics of trust: Comparing humans to automation.
S Lewandowsky, M Mundy, G Tan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 6 (2), 104, 2000
2042000
Time does not cause forgetting in short-term serial recall
S Lewandowsky, M Duncan, GDA Brown
Psychonomic bulletin & review 11 (5), 771-790, 2004
1982004
Displaying proportions and percentages
I Spence, S Lewandowsky
Applied Cognitive Psychology 5 (1), 61-77, 1991
1961991
Neutralizing misinformation through inoculation: Exposing misleading argumentation techniques reduces their influence
J Cook, S Lewandowsky, UKH Ecker
PloS one 12 (5), e0175799, 2017
1932017
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