Below, you can access and download a variety of resources created as part of this project:

Journal articles and other project publications

Majority of Population would Voluntarily Vaccinate against COVID-19

Results for the Ärzteblatt piece prepared by Prof. Dr. Meike Watzlawik, Axel Pfleger and Lisa Herbig

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Current SFU Berlin Study: Communication fostering Trust pivotal for Success of Vaccination Campaign

Press release by the SFU Berlin on attitudes towards voluntary vaccination – results prepared by Prof. Dr. Meike Watzlawik, Axel Pfleger and Lisa Herbig

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Project Videos and Presentations

Viral Communication – Project Introduction

Presented by Prof. Dr. Meike Watzlawik & Lisa Herbig

Preliminary Findings from the First Week of Data Collection in the Viral Communication Project

Presented by Dr. Eric A.Jensen

Understanding Public Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Learning from the Research

Viral Communication Project in the Media

How Do We Assess the Social Impact of COVID-19?

Interview with project researcher Dr. Eric A. Jensen on COVIDCalls discussing how to research public responses to the pandemic

Fostering Public Trust in Science

Presented by Dr. Eric A. Jensen

Teens’ Motivations to Spread Fake News on WhatsApp

Presented by Dr. Eric A.Jensen

How People Weave Online Information into Pseudoknowledge

Presented by Dr. Eric A. Jensen

Saw it on Facebook: The Role of Social Media in Facilitating Issue Awareness

Presented by Dr. Eric A. Jensen

The Psychology of Global Crises: State Surveillance, Solidarity and Everyday Life

David Becker’s & Nimisha Patel’s Keynote Address at #PGC2020

…with an introduction by Meike Watzlawik: War, Conflict and Human Rights: Responding to Psychological Issues Arising from COVID-19

Keith Berry’s Keynote Address at #PGC2020

…with an introduction by Meike Watzlawik: Communicating Crisis: The Potent Symbols of COVID-19

Ignacio Bresco de Luna’s & Floor van Alphen’s Keynote Address at #PGC2020

…with an introduction by Meike Watzlawik: The imaginative co-construction of past and future in pandemic times

Evidence-Based Science Communication

Access resources on Evidence-Based Science Communication

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