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Shifting attention to accuracy can reduce misinformation online
G Pennycook, Z Epstein, M Mosleh, AA Arechar, D Eckles, DG Rand
Nature 592 (7855), 590-595, 2021
1001*2021
Rumor cascades
A Friggeri, LA Adamic, D Eckles, J Cheng
Proceedings of the International Conference on Webblogs and Social Media, 2014
6082014
Over-exposed? Privacy patterns and considerations in online and mobile photo sharing
S Ahern, D Eckles, N Good, S King, M Naaman, R Nair
CHI 2007: Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing …, 2007
4562007
Social influence in social advertising: Evidence from field experiments
E Bakshy, D Eckles, R Yan, I Rosenn
Proceedings of the 13th ACM Conference on Electronic Commerce, 146-161, 2012
3872012
Mobile Persuasion: 20 Perspectives on the Future of Behavior Change
BJ Fogg, D Eckles
3292007
Exact p-values for network interference
S Athey, D Eckles, G Imbens
Journal of the American Statistical Association, 2018
2962018
Design and analysis of experiments in networks: Reducing bias from interference
D Eckles, B Karrer, J Ugander
Journal of Causal Inference 5 (1), 20150021, 2017
2892017
Designing and deploying online field experiments
E Bakshy, D Eckles, MS Bernstein
Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on World Wide Web, 283-292, 2014
2402014
Protecting elections from social media manipulation
S Aral, D Eckles
Science 365 (6456), 858-861, 2019
1932019
Interdependence and the cost of uncoordinated responses to COVID-19
D Holtz, M Zhao, SG Benzell, CY Cao, MA Rahimian, J Yang, JNL Allen, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (33), 19837-19843, 2020
1892020
Estimating peer effects in networks with peer encouragement designs
D Eckles, RF Kizilcec, E Bakshy
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (27), 7316-7322, 2016
1552016
Social influence and political mobilization: Further evidence from a randomized experiment in the 2012 US presidential election
JJ Jones, RM Bond, E Bakshy, D Eckles, JH Fowler
PloS one 12 (4), e0173851, 2017
1482017
Heterogeneity in the effects of online persuasion
M Kaptein, D Eckles
Journal of Interactive Marketing 26 (3), 176-188, 2012
1362012
Selecting effective means to any end: Futures and ethics of persuasion profiling
M Kaptein, D Eckles
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 82-93, 2010
1272010
Images and misinformation in political groups: Evidence from WhatsApp in India
K Garimella, D Eckles
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review, 2020
1262020
The behavior chain for online participation: How successful web services structure persuasion
BJ Fogg, D Eckles
International Conference on Persuasive Technology, 199-209, 2007
1132007
Shared partisanship dramatically increases social tie formation in a Twitter field experiment
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Eckles, DG Rand
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (7), e2022761118, 2021
1122021
Providing normative information increases intentions to accept a COVID-19 vaccine
A Moehring, A Collis, K Garimella, MA Rahimian, S Aral, D Eckles
Nature Communications 14 (126), 2023
96*2023
Perverse downstream consequences of debunking: Being corrected by another user for posting false political news increases subsequent sharing of low quality, partisan, and toxic …
M Mosleh, C Martel, D Eckles, D Rand
Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 2021
932021
Bias and high-dimensional adjustment in observational studies of peer effects
D Eckles, E Bakshy
Journal of the American Statistical Association 116 (534), 2021
882021
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