Posted July 20, 2020

Inoculating against an Infodemic: A Canada-Wide COVID-19 News, Social Media, and Misinformation Survey
Social Media Lab at Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University, 2020

The novel coronavirus (COVID-2019) outbreak: Amplification of public health consequences by media exposure.
Garfin, D. R., Silver, R. C., & Holman, E. A. (2020). Health Psychology, 39(5), 355-357.

Mental health problems and social media exposure during COVID-19 outbreak.
Gao, J., Zheng, P., Jia, Y., Chen, H., Mao, Y., Chen, S., … & Dai, J. (2020). Plos one, 15(4), e0231924.

Health-protective behaviour, social media usage and conspiracy belief during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
Allington, D., Duffy, B., Wessely, S., Dhavan, N., & Rubin, J. (2020). Psychological medicine, 1-7.

#COVID19: Social media both a blessing and a curse during coronavirus pandemic
S. Harris Ali and Fuyuki Kurasawa, The Conversation, Mar 22, 2020

Building trust while influencing online COVID-19 content in the social media world.
Limaye, R. J., Sauer, M., Ali, J., Bernstein, J., Wahl, B., Barnhill, A., & Labrique, A. (2020). The Lancet Digital Health, 2(6), e277-e278.

How to fight an infodemic.
Zarocostas, J. (2020). The Lancet, 395(10225), 676.

Combating the disinfodemic: Working for truth in the time of COVID-19 (policy briefs)
UNESCO, 2020