Andrew M. Guess
Andrew M. Guess
Assistant Professor of Politics and Public Affairs, Princeton University
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Exposure to untrustworthy websites in the 2016 US election
AM Guess, B Nyhan, J Reifler
Nature Human Behaviour, 1-9, 2020
542*2020
Less than you think: Prevalence and predictors of fake news dissemination on Facebook
A Guess, J Nagler, J Tucker
Science Advances 5 (1), eaau4586, 2019
4992019
Social media, political polarization, and political disinformation: A review of the scientific literature
JA Tucker, A Guess, P Barberá, C Vaccari, A Siegel, S Sanovich, D Stukal, ...
Political polarization, and political disinformation: a review of the …, 2018
3482018
Does counter-attitudinal information cause backlash? Results from three large survey experiments
A Guess, A Coppock
British Journal of Political Science 50 (4), 1497-1515, 2020
128*2020
Avoiding the echo chamber about echo chambers
A Guess, B Nyhan, B Lyons, J Reifler
Knight Foundation 2, 2018
882018
How many people live in political bubbles on social media? Evidence from linked survey and Twitter data
G Eady, J Nagler, A Guess, J Zilinsky, JA Tucker
Sage Open 9 (1), 2158244019832705, 2019
812019
(Almost) Everything in Moderation: New Evidence on Americans' Online Media Diets
AM Guess
American Journal of Political Science, 2021
74*2021
Measure for measure: An experimental test of online political media exposure
AM Guess
Political Analysis 23 (1), 59-75, 2015
732015
A digital media literacy intervention increases discernment between mainstream and false news in the United States and India
AM Guess, M Lerner, B Lyons, JM Montgomery, B Nyhan, J Reifler, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (27), 15536-15545, 2020
492020
When treatments are tweets: A network mobilization experiment over Twitter
A Coppock, A Guess, J Ternovski
Political Behavior 38 (1), 105-128, 2016
482016
How accurate are survey responses on social media and politics?
A Guess, K Munger, J Nagler, J Tucker
Political Communication 36 (2), 241-258, 2019
412019
“Fake news” may have limited effects beyond increasing beliefs in false claims
AM Guess, D Lockett, B Lyons, JM Montgomery, B Nyhan, J Reifler
Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review 1 (1), 2020
202020
Fake news, Facebook ads, and misperceptions: Assessing information quality in the 2018 US midterm election campaign
A Guess, B Lyons, JM Montgomery, B Nyhan, J Reifler
Downloaded November 5, 2019, 2018
20*2018
Responsiveness without Representation: Evidence from Minimum Wage Laws in US States
G Simonovits, AM Guess, J Nagler
American Journal of Political Science 63 (2), 401-410, 2019
182019
All media trust is local? Findings from the 2018 Poynter Media Trust Survey
A Guess, B Nyhan, J Reifler
Poynter Institute for Media Studies. Retrieved from www-p ersonal. umich …, 2018
16*2018
Can the government deter discrimination? Evidence from a randomized intervention in New York City
AH Fang, AM Guess, M Humphreys
The Journal of Politics 81 (1), 000-000, 2018
132018
"You're fake news!": The 2017 Poynter media trust survey
A Guess, B Nyhan, J Reifler
Poynter.org, 2017
82017
Misinformation, disinformation, and online propaganda
AM Guess, BA Lyons
Social Media and Democracy: The State of the Field, Prospects for Reform, 10, 2020
72020
Do Online Voter Guides Empower Citizens? Evidence from a Field Experiment with Digital Trace Data
S Munzert, P Barberá, A Guess, JH Yang
Public Opinion Quarterly, 2021
62021
The sources and correlates of exposure to vaccine-related (mis) information online
AM Guess, B Nyhan, Z O’Keeffe, J Reifler
Vaccine 38 (49), 7799-7805, 2020
62020
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