Myrto Pantazi
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Conspiracy mentality and political orientation across 26 countries
R Imhoff, F Zimmer, O Klein, JHC António, M Babinska, A Bangerter, ...
Nature human behaviour 6 (3), 392-403, 2022
Stigmatized beliefs: Conspiracy theories, anticipated negative evaluation of the self, and fear of social exclusion
A Lantian, D Muller, C Nurra, O Klein, S Berjot, M Pantazi
European journal of social psychology 48 (7), 939-954, 2018
A multi-country test of brief reappraisal interventions on emotions during the COVID-19 pandemic
K Wang, A Goldenberg, CA Dorison, JK Miller, A Uusberg, JS Lerner, ...
Nature human behaviour 5 (8), 1089-1110, 2021
Registered replication report: Dijksterhuis and van Knippenberg (1998)
M O’donnell, LD Nelson, E Ackermann, B Aczel, A Akhtar, S Aldrovandi, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 13 (2), 268-294, 2018
Investigating the links between cultural values and belief in conspiracy theories: The key roles of collectivism and masculinity
J Adam‐Troian, P Wagner‐Egger, M Motyl, T Arciszewski, R Imhoff, ...
Political Psychology 42 (4), 597-618, 2021
Traumatic rift: How conspiracy beliefs undermine cohesion after societal trauma?
M Bilewicz, M Witkowska, M Pantazi, T Gkinopoulos, O Klein
Europe's Journal of Psychology 15 (1), 82, 2019
A global experiment on motivating social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic
N Legate, T Ngyuen, N Weinstein, A Moller, L Legault, Z Vally, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (22), 2022
The power of the truth bias: False information affects memory and judgment even in the absence of distraction
M Pantazi, M Kissine, O Klein
Social Cognition 36, 167-198, 2018
Power to the people: The hidden link between support for direct democracy and belief in conspiracy theories
M Pantazi, K Papaioannou, JW van Prooijen
Political Psychology 43 (3), 529-548, 2022
Behind the screen conspirators: Paranoid social cognition in an online age
O Klein, N Van der Linden, M Pantazi, M Kissine
The psychology of conspiracy, 162-182, 2015
Social and cognitive aspects of the vulnerability to political misinformation
M Pantazi, S Hale, O Klein
Political Psychology 42, 267-304, 2021
In COVID-19 health messaging, loss framing increases anxiety with little-to-no concomitant benefits: Experimental evidence from 84 countries
CA Dorison, JS Lerner, BH Heller, AJ Rothman, II Kawachi, K Wang, ...
Affective science 3 (3), 577-602, 2022
Historia est magistra vitae”? The impact of historical victimhood on current conspiracy beliefs
M Pantazi, T Gkinopoulos, M Witkowska, O Klein, M Bilewicz
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 25 (2), 581-601, 2022
Unravelling the relationship between populism and belief in conspiracy theories: The role of cynicism, powerlessness and zero-sum thinking
K Papaioannou, M Pantazi, JW Van Prooijen
British Journal of Psychology, 2022
Front-of-pack nutrition labelling schemes: an update of the evidence
HU Nohlen, I Bakogianni, E Grammatikaki, E Ciriolo, M Pantazi, J Dias, ...
Publications Office of the European Union: Luxembourg, 2022
Is democracy under threat? Why belief in conspiracy theories predicts autocratic attitudes
K Papaioannou, M Pantazi, JW van Prooijen
European Journal of Social Psychology 53 (5), 846-856, 2023
“These are just stories, Mulder”: Exposure to conspiracist fiction does not produce narrative persuasion
K Nera, M Pantazi, O Klein
Frontiers in Psychology 9, 684, 2018
Mapping the demand side of computational social science for policy
E Bertoni, M Fontana, L Gabrielli, S Signorelli, M Vespe, ...
EUR, 2022
Covid-19 misinformation: Preparing for future crises
H Bruns, F Dessart, M Pantazi, 2022
Understanding vulnerability to online misinformation
B Vidgen, H Taylor, M Pantazi, Z Anastasiou, B Inkster, H Margetts
The Alan Turing Institute. Retrieved September 27 (2021), 2021-02, 2021
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