Building resilience to misinformation in communities of color: Results from two studies of tailored digital media literacy interventions
New Media & Society
Lee, A.Y., Moore, R.C., & Hancock, J.T. (2024)
[Paper] [DOI]

From 65 to 103, older adults experience virtual reality differently depending on their age: Evidence from a large-scale field study in nursing homes and assisted living facilities
Cybperpsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking
Moore, R.C., Hancock, J.T., & Bailenson, J.N. (2023)
[Paper] [DOI]
Coverage by Associated Press, CBS News, WGLT (NPR Station), Fortune, The Washington Post, McKnights Senior Living

Exposure to untrustworthy websites in the 2020 US election
Nature Human Behaviour
Moore, R.C., Dahlke, R., & Hancock, J.T. (2023)
[Paper] [DOI]
Coverage by The New York Times, Stanford News

Political information search in “noisy” online environments: Insights from an experiment examining older and younger adults’ searches on smartphones and laptops
Journal of Information Technology & Politics
Moore, R.C., Coronel, J.C., Bullock, O.M., Lerner, S., & Sheehan, M. (2023)
[Paper] [DOI]

Designing misinformation interventions for all: Perspectives from AAPI, Black, Latino, and Native American community leaders on misinformation educational efforts
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review
Lee, A.Y., Moore, R.C., & Hancock, J.T. (2023)
[Paper] [DOI]

A digital media literacy intervention for older adults improves resilience to fake news
Scientific Reports
Moore, R.C. & Hancock, J.T. (2022)
[Paper] [DOI]

Interpersonal discussion and political knowledge: Unpacking the black box via a combined experimental and content-analytic approach
Human Communication Research
Moore, R.C. & Coronel, J.C. (2022)
[Paper] [DOI]

Age-related differences in experiences with social distancing at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic: A computational and content-analytic investigation of natural language from a social media survey
JMIR Human Factors
Moore, R.C., Lee, A.Y., Hancock, J.T., Halley, M.C., & Linos, E. (2021)
[Paper] [DOI]
Coverage by Stanford News

Older adults, social technologies, and the coronavirus pandemic: Challenges, strengths, and strategies for support
Social Media + Society
Moore, R.C. & Hancock, J.T. (2020)
[Paper] [DOI]

Do gender cues from images supersede partisan cues conveyed via text? Eye movements reveal political stereotyping in multimodal information environments
Political Communication
Coronel, J.C., Moore, R.C., & deBuys, B. (2020)
[Paper] [DOI]

Revise & Resubmit

Can digital literacy improve older adults’ resilience to misinformation? A randomized control trial
Revise & Resubmit at Communications Psychology
Moore, R.C., Tran, J., Matz, S.C., & Hancock, J.T

Group discussion improves misinformation detection
Revise & Resubmit at PNAS Nexus
Jia, C., Lee, A.Y., Moore, R.C., Decatur, C., Liu, S.X., Hancock, J.T.

The consumption of pink slime journalism: Who, what, when, where, and why?
Revise & Resubmit at Digital Journalism
Moore, R.C., Dahlke, R., Bengani, P., & Hancock, J.T.

The private life of QAnon: A mixed methods investigation of Americans’ exposure to QAnon content on the web
Revise & Resubmit at CSCW 2024
Dahlke, R., Moore, R.C., Forberg, P., & Hancock, J.T.

Multi-platform referrers of misinformation: A comparative analysis of misinformation visits referred by Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Reddit, YouTube, Snapchat, and TikTok
Revise & Resubmit at Political Communication
Dahlke, R., Moore, R.C., Adib-Azpeitia, D., Ugander, J., & Hancock, J.T.

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