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- 29th May 2020
Don’t say it makes you “immune” - how you frame coronavirus anitbody results matters
We ran an online experiment in April, involving 6,149 UK adults, to investigate how the framing of a positive antibody test result affects the public’s perceived risk and behaviour.
- 19th May 2020
How to wear a facemask - results from an experiment with 4,099 UK adults
We ran an online experiment, involving 4,099 UK adults, to test various ‘how to wear a face mask / covering’ infographics, including ones made by the European CDC, Singapore Ministry of Health, and World Health Organisation.
- 11th May 2020
Facemasks: would you wear one?
As of late April, 80-90% of people in China, India, Philippines, Indonesia, Japan, Vietnam, and Malaysia reported wearing facemasks in public. However, only 13% of Britons reported doing the same - among the lowest of any country surveyed.
- 23rd Mar 2020
Bright infographics & minimal text make handwashing posters most effective - result from an online experiment
Many governments and health authorities have already created posters and infographics to encourage people to thoroughly wash their hands. We decided to test some of these in order to identify which were most effective.