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 in 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 in 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 in 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

Building resilience to misinformation in communities of color: Results from two studies of tailored digital media literacy interventions
Revise & Resubmit at New Media & Society
Lee, A.Y., Moore, R.C., & Hancock, J.T.

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

Under Review

The consumption of pink slime journalism: Who, what, when, where, and why?
Under review
Moore, R.C., Dahlke, R., Bengani, P., & Hancock, J.T.

Group discussion improves misinformation detection
Under review
Jia, C., Lee, A.Y., Moore, R.C., Decatur, C., Liu, S.X., Hancock, J.T.