Antonio Alonso Arechar
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Shifting attention to accuracy can reduce misinformation online
G Pennycook, Z Epstein, M Mosleh, AA Arechar, D Eckles, DG Rand
Nature 592 (7855), 590-595, 2021
Conducting interactive experiments online
AA Arechar, S Gächter, L Molleman
Experimental economics 21, 99-131, 2018
Information gerrymandering and undemocratic decisions
AJ Stewart, M Mosleh, M Diakonova, AA Arechar, DG Rand, JB Plotkin
Nature 573 (7772), 117-121, 2019
Scaling up fact-checking using the wisdom of crowds
J Allen, AA Arechar, G Pennycook, DG Rand
Science advances 7 (36), eabf4393, 2021
Understanding and reducing the spread of misinformation online
G Pennycook, Z Epstein, M Mosleh, A Arechar, D Eckles, D Rand
ACR North American Advances, 2020
Cognitive reflection correlates with behavior on Twitter
M Mosleh, G Pennycook, AA Arechar, DG Rand
Nature communications 12 (1), 1-10, 2021
Turking in the time of COVID
AA Arechar, DG Rand
Behavior research methods 53 (6), 2591-2595, 2021
Turking overtime: How participant characteristics and behavior vary over time and day on Amazon Mechanical Turk
AA Arechar, GT Kraft-Todd, DG Rand
Journal of the Economic Science Association 3, 1-11, 2017
Understanding and combatting misinformation across 16 countries on six continents
AA Arechar, J Allen, AJ Berinsky, R Cole, Z Epstein, K Garimella, A Gully, ...
Nature Human Behaviour 7 (9), 1502-1513, 2023
Digital literacy is associated with more discerning accuracy judgments but not sharing intentions
N Sirlin, Z Epstein, AA Arechar, DG Rand
Shorenstein Center for Media, Politics, and Public Policy, 2021
From good institutions to generous citizens: Top-down incentives to cooperate promote subsequent prosociality but not norm enforcement
MN Stagnaro, AA Arechar, DG Rand
Cognition 167, 212-254, 2017
The social media context interferes with truth discernment
Z Epstein, N Sirlin, A Arechar, G Pennycook, D Rand
Science Advances 9 (9), eabo6169, 2023
“I'm just a soul whose intentions are good”: The role of communication in noisy repeated games
AA Arechar, A Dreber, D Fudenberg, DG Rand
Games and Economic Behavior 104, 726-743, 2017
Learning to be selfish? A large-scale longitudinal analysis of Dictator games played on Amazon Mechanical Turk
AA Arechar, DG Rand
Journal of Economic Psychology 90, 102490, 2022
Examining spillovers between long and short repeated prisoner’s dilemma games played in the laboratory
AA Arechar, M Kouchaki, DG Rand
Games 9 (1), 5, 2018
From good institutions to good norms: Top-down incentives to cooperate foster prosociality but not norm enforcement
MN Stagnaro, AA Arechar, DG Rand
SSRN: http://ssrncom/abstract 2720585, 2016
Are those who believe in God really more prosocial?
MN Stagnaro, AA Arechar, DG Rand
Religion, Brain & Behavior 10 (4), 444-458, 2020
What label should be applied to content produced by generative AI?
Z Epstein, AA Arechar, D Rand
PsyArXiv, 2023
Representativeness Versus Attentiveness: A Comparison Across Nine Online Survey Samples
MN Stagnaro, J Druckman, AA Arechar, R Willer, D Rand
OSF, 2024
Digital fingerprints of cognitive reflection
M Mosleh, G Pennycook, AA Arechar, DG Rand
PsyArXiv Preprints, 2020
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