Ullrich K H Ecker

Psychology University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia 
Working memory, Recognition memory, ERPs, Computational modelling
"Ullrich Ecker"
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MacFarlane D, Hurlstone MJ, Ecker UKH. (2020) Countering demand for ineffective health remedies: Do consumers respond to risks, lack of benefits, or both? Psychology & Health. 1-19
MacFarlane D, Hurlstone MJ, Ecker UKH. (2020) Protecting consumers from fraudulent health claims: A taxonomy of psychological drivers, interventions, barriers, and treatments. Social Science & Medicine (1982). 112790
Gordon A, Quadflieg S, Brooks JCW, et al. (2019) Keeping track of 'alternative facts': The neural correlates of processing misinformation corrections. Neuroimage
Ecker UKH, O'Reilly Z, Reid JS, et al. (2019) The effectiveness of short-format refutational fact-checks. British Journal of Psychology (London, England : 1953)
Aird MJ, Ecker UKH, Swire B, et al. (2018) Does truth matter to voters? The effects of correcting political misinformation in an Australian sample. Royal Society Open Science. 5: 180593
MacFarlane D, Hurlstone MJ, Ecker UKH. (2018) Reducing demand for ineffective health remedies: overcoming the illusion of causality. Psychology & Health. 1-18
Chang EP, Ecker UKH, Page AC. (2018) Not wallowing in misery - retractions of negative misinformation are effective in depressive rumination. Cognition & Emotion. 1-15
Gordon A, Brooks JCW, Quadflieg S, et al. (2017) Exploring the Neural Substrates of Misinformation Processing. Neuropsychologia
Swire B, Ecker UKH, Lewandowsky S. (2017) The Role of Familiarity in Correcting Inaccurate Information. Journal of Experimental Psychology. Learning, Memory, and Cognition
Cook J, Lewandowsky S, Ecker UKH. (2017) Neutralizing misinformation through inoculation: Exposing misleading argumentation techniques reduces their influence. Plos One. 12: e0175799
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