Blinded with Science or Informed by Charts? A Replication Study

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Dragicevic , Pierre; Jansen , Yvonne;
  • Publisher: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1109/TVCG.2017.2744298
  • Subject: persuasion | [INFO.INFO-HC]Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC] | charts | data comprehension | Replication study | methodology | [ INFO.INFO-HC ] Computer Science [cs]/Human-Computer Interaction [cs.HC]

International audience; We provide a reappraisal of Tal and Wansink's study "Blinded with Science" , where seemingly trivial charts were shown to increase belief in drug efficacy, presumably because charts are associated with science. Through a series of four replicatio... View more
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