Covid-19 Trustworthiness Study


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Covid-19 Trustworthiness Study

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A small, informal study performed by Dr. Jeremy Grabbe, a Cognitive Psychologist at State University of New York, Plattsburgh at Queensbury, and his 7-year-old triplets on what resources people trust during the pandemic. The survey gave the same information on Covid-19 to all participants, but varied the source they attributed this information to and recorded the subject’s trust in that information. Grabbe undertook the study to help his three kids learn the scientific method while at home due to school closures. The study attracted attention from local news and was a featured story on National Public Radio’s Weekend Edition, May 3, 2020.

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