Published on in Vol 23, No 1 (2021): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/24069, first published .
Investigating and Improving the Accuracy of US Citizens’ Beliefs About the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Survey Study

Investigating and Improving the Accuracy of US Citizens’ Beliefs About the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Survey Study

Investigating and Improving the Accuracy of US Citizens’ Beliefs About the COVID-19 Pandemic: Longitudinal Survey Study

Journals

  1. Latkin C, Dayton L, Miller J, Yi G, Jaleel A, Nwosu C, Yang C, Falade-Nwulia O. Behavioral and Attitudinal Correlates of Trusted Sources of COVID-19 Vaccine Information in the US. Behavioral Sciences 2021;11(4):56 View
  2. Temsah M, Barry M, Aljamaan F, Alhuzaimi A, Al-Eyadhy A, Saddik B, Alsohime F, Alhaboob A, Alhasan K, Alaraj A, Halwani R, Jamal A, Alamro N, Temsah R, Esmaeil S, Alenezi S, Alzamil F, Somily A, Al-Tawfiq J. SARS-CoV-2 B.1.1.7 UK Variant of Concern Lineage-Related Perceptions, COVID-19 Vaccine Acceptance and Travel Worry Among Healthcare Workers. Frontiers in Public Health 2021;9 View
  3. Pian W, Chi J, Ma F. The causes, impacts and countermeasures of COVID-19 “Infodemic”: A systematic review using narrative synthesis. Information Processing & Management 2021;58(6):102713 View