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Can We Decipher True vs. False? Psychophysiological Responses to True and False News Headlines Seen on Social Media
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|Title:||Can We Decipher True vs. False? Psychophysiological Responses to True and False News Headlines Seen on Social Media|
|Contributors:||Minas, Randall Jr. (advisor)|
Management Information System (department)
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||Social media has morphed from a form of entertainment used to maintain connections with friends to a major platform for idea sharing. Almost everyone in our society utilizes at least one form of social media every day, and in 2017, twenty-six percent of a|
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