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Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Kate Sievert - Who has a ‘steak’ in it? Understanding actor power and narratives in relation to red and processed meat reduction

Date: February 11th 2022 Time: 11am Melbourne local time This talk will be open to lab members, students and researchers at Deakin University and members of the public. Information about how to attend the talk will be provided here once it becomes available.

Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Milan Andrejevic - Process dynamics and individual differences in moral judgement updating

Date: October 22nd 2021 Time: 11am Melbourne local time **Process dynamics and individual differences in moral judgement updating ** Moral judgements play an important role in society - they are at the crux of political issues, shape interpersonal relationships, and form the basis for our legal systems.

Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Lauryn Hagg - Examining analytical practices in Latent Dirichlet Allocation within Psychological Science: A Scoping Review

Date: September 17th 2021 Time: 11am Melbourne local time Examining analytical practices in Latent Dirichlet Allocation within Psychological Science: A Scoping Review Background: Latent Dirichlet Allocation (LDA) is a tool for rapidly synthesising meaning from ‘big data’, but outputs can be sensitive to decisions made during the analytic pipeline.

Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Matt Ruby - Consumer perceptions of plant-based foods and the benefits and barriers to eating them

Date: August 13th 2021 Time: 11am Melbourne local time This talk will explore (relatively) recent research on US-American and German perceptions of plant-based foods, and Australian perceptions of the barriers to and benefits of plant-based diets

Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Ben Grodeck - Demanding the Morally Demanding: Gender Differences in Response to Morally Demanding Charitable Solicitations

Date: July 16th 2021 Time: 11am Melbourne local time Demanding the Morally Demanding: Gender Differences in Response to Morally Demanding Charitable Solicitations Ben Grodeck and Philipp Schönegger Should we confront people with morally demanding statements to perform certain actions.

Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Crystal N. Steltenpohl - What the open science movement can learn from qualitative research

Date: June 4th 2021 Time: 9am Melbourne local time When we think about open science, the term “Qualitative Research” is not exactly the first thing comes to mind. But could this lack of focus on qualitative methods reflect some important gaps in the open science movement?

Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Christina Van Heer - Local versus global optimisation of error in probabilistic learning

Date: May 14th 2021 Time: 11am Melbourne local time In our May 2021 series talk, we were joined by the brilliant Christina Van Heer (aka CVH). Chris gave a talk on how her research has applied mathematical modelling to make sense of the way people update their predictions in changing environments.

Misinformation Lab Seminar Series Invited Talk - Morgana Lizzio-Wilson - How Collective-Action Failure Shapes Group Heterogeneity and Engagement in Conventional and Radical Action Over Time

Date: April 9th 2021 Time: 11am Melbourne local time The Misinformation Lab kicked off our 2021 seminar series in April with an outstanding talk from friend-of-the-lab Dr Morgana Lizzio-Wilson [@dr_morganalw]. Dr Lizzio-Wilson was previously a post-doctoral fellow at the University of Queensland with Dr Winnifred Louis and has now joined Flinders University as a post-doctoral fellow with Dr Emma Thomas.