Lab Members

Current and Past Members of the Misinformation Lab

Abigail Elder

4th year 2019

Aidan Ma

4th year 2019

Amy Wanschers

4th year 2019

Bryce Heeps

4th year 2019

Christian Hamlyn

4th year 2019

Haily Tran

4th year 2019

Hayley Barrett

4th year 2019

Jennifer Green

4th year 2019

Matt Mackay

4th year 2019

Nathan Holden

4th year 2019

Peter Savat

4th year 2019

Phoebe Leung

4th year 2019

Rebbekah McDonald Neale

4th year 2019

Victoria Smith

4th year 2019

Andrew Head

4th year 2018

Anna Jackson

4th year 2018

Anna Klas

Leader of the Lab’s Group Processes and Persuasion stream

Eddie Clarke

Leader of the Lab’s Ideology and Motivated Reasoning stream

Emily Kothe

Leader of the Lab’s Behaviour and Behaviour Change stream

Faiz Behzadpour

4th year 2017

George Loram

4th year 2018

Hayley Robinson

4th year 2017

Ian Benjamin

4th year 2018

Imogen Russell-Head

4th year 2018

Kate Adamson

4th year 2018

Madelon North

HDR Student

Madison Matthews

4th year 2018

Mathew Ling

Leader of the Lab’s Psychometrics and Person-Context Dynamics stream

Raissa Donadon Berne

4th year 2018

Shaini Ratnatilake

4th year 2017

Susanne Lohmann

4th year 2018

Tess Skipworth

4th year 2017

Recent Publications

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(2019). The Role of Late-Night Infotainment Comedy in Communicating Climate Change Consensus. Preprint.

Preprint

(2019). Predicting intention to receive a seasonal influenza vaccination using Protection Motivation Theory. Preprint.

Preprint

(2019). Protection motivation theory and pro‐environmental behaviour: A systematic mapping review. Australian Journal of Psychology.

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Recent & Upcoming Talks

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Lab News

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The inaugural meeting of the Association for Interdisciplinary Meta-Research and Open Science was held at the University of Melbourne last week and the Misinformation Lab was lucky to be there in force with Rebbekah McDonald Neale, Matt Mackay, Emily Kothe, Anna Klas and Mathew Ling. Rebbekah McDonald Neale presented a poster presentation work she completed in her 4th year thesis in collaboration with Amy Wanschers. Amy and Bek’s work “How do participants want their data handled: does data sensitivity or data type matter?

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Our on-campus 4th year students presented the results of their thesis projects at the School of Psychology 4th Year Conference this afternoon. Their work attracted a lot of interest from fellow students from their cohort and School staff.

We’re exceedingly proud of the work all of our students produced this year, regardless of whether or not they were able to attend the conference in person. Great work!

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After a fantastic confirmation of candidature presentation, we’re pleased to congratulate Maddie North who has successfully upgraded from a Masters by Research to a PhD.

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Lab member Emily Kothe presented at James Cook University as part of the Jocelyn Wale Seminar Series. It was Emily’s first visit to Townsville and she appreciated the opportunity to speak with the outstanding staff and students in the School of Psychology there. The abstract for Emily’s talk is below. “Fear and coping – a theory based approach to understanding people’s intention to protect themselves from health and environmental risks”

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Congratulations are in order once again to Misinformation Lab HDR student, Maddie North, who completed her Confirmation of Candidature today. Thank you to the internal and external panel members who provided feedback on Maddie’s project: Associate Professor Emma Sciberras (Deakin), Dr Subhadra Evans (Deakin), Dr Elizabeth Westrupp (Deakin), Dr Maddie Judge (Melbourne University). When I had to take most of this year off I never envisaged myself getting here. Today I completed confirmation and was upgraded to a PhD, which is super exciting 🥦🎉 1/n #vegans #PhDChat pic.

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Contact

  • School of Psychology, Burwood Campus, Deakin University, Australia