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A person's proneness to holding conspiracy beliefs can be affected by various situational and dispositional factors. Jumping to conclusions (JTC), a tendency to make hasty decisions, may be among them. Typically studied in clinical samples, it affects information acquisition and is linked to delusional ideation, suggesting that it may relate to con...
The COVID-19 pandemic sparked media attention surrounding the supposedly superior leadership of women in public health crises. This notion may have resulted from associating women with risk-aversion and men with risk-seeking. Men's leadership is often viewed as superior, but the pandemic's unique challenges might have led to stereotypically risk-av...
Objective: Reducing face touching could help slow COVID-19’s spread. We tested whether implementation intentions, a simple-to-use behaviour change intervention, reduce face-touching behaviour effectively. Design: In this pre-registered online study, we utilised a novel way to collect behavioural data during a pandemic. We obtained video recordings...