First-author acceptance at PLOS ONE: “Comparing belief in falsehoods based on satiric and non-satiric sources”
My latest paper is now available online. Poulsen, S. H., Bond, R. M., & Garrett, R. K. (2023). Comparing beliefs in falsehoods based on satiric and non-satiric news. PloS one, 18(1), e0278639. More information can be found on my Papers page.
Lead author paper accepted to NCA 2022
I’m excited to share that a project I’m leading was accepted to the Political Communication division of the National Communication Association. The project is titled “The difficult job of getting the joke: Why people believe satirical claims from social media.” I will be presenting this project in a paper panel in New Orleans. I hope…
Second publication from collaborative project on ballot initiatives
The second project from our larger lab collaboration has been accepted and is ready to view! Here is the citation: Shulman, H. C., Sweitzer, M. D., Bullock, O. M., Coronel, J. C., Bond, R. M., & Poulsen, S. (2022). Predicting Vote Choice and Election Outcomes from Ballot Wording: The Role of Processing Fluency in Low…
Got COVID in Paris– let’s connect virtually
Unfortunately, I have tested positive for COVID in Paris. I will no longer be presenting our ICA paper and will not be available for in-person connections. If you were interested in my project, or simply want to “talk shop,” I’d love to connect virtually after the conference has ended and I’ve returned back to the…
Paper accepted to ICA22
Dr. R. Kelly Garrett, myself, and Dr. Robert Bond are excited to share that our paper, “Comparing beliefs in falsehoods based on satiric and non-satiric news” has been accepted to the Political Communication Division for the 2022 ICA conference in Paris. Here is the citation for that paper: Poulsen, S., Garrett, R.K., & Bond, R.M.…
Successfully defended dissertation proposal
Today, I successfully defended my dissertation proposal titled “Stop Eating The Onion! How to best reduce satire-based misperceptions.” I thank my committee– Dr. R. Kelly Garrett, Dr. Jason Coronel, and Dr. Emily Moyer-Guse– for their insightful feedback. Now, on to bringing these ideas into reality!
First publication from collaborative project on ballot initiatives
Our first project from a collaborative project on ballot initiatives has been accepted for publication. Here is the citation: Coronel, J. C., Bullock, O. M., Shulman, H. C., Sweitzer, M. D., Bond, R. M., & Poulsen, S. (2021). Eye Movements Predict Large-Scale Voting Decisions: Psychological Science. https://doi.org/10.1177/0956797621991142 And here is the abstract: More than 100…
Completed Doctoral Candidacy Exams
I’ve passed candidacy! Thank you to my candidacy committee members, Dr. Emily Moyer-Guse, Dr. Hillary Shulman, Dr. Jason Coronel, and Dr. Kelly Garrett, for a challenging and extremely rewarding candidacy experience. Now… onto the dissertation.
ICA submission noted as a “Promising Student Paper” for Information Systems division
My extended abstract submitted to the Information Systems subdivision of the International Communication Association has been put on the “Promising Student Papers” panel. This study is part of the collaborative lab project I joined in 2019. Here is the citation for the paper: Poulsen, S., Coronel, J.C, Sweitzer, M.D, Bullock, O.M., Shulman, H.C., & Bond,…
OSU PhD Student Second Year Talk
This Friday, I’ll be talking about my research, its goals, and discussing two studies that demonstrate my approach to studying misinformation. The talk is titled: “Why we’re politically misinformed: the role of pre-existing knowledge.”