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Individual differences in susceptibility to false memories for COVID-19 fake news

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Online attention

Altmetric score 12
  • 16 tweeters
  • 1 Video uploaders
  • 136 Mendeley

This article is in the 83rd percentile (ranked 82,093rd) of the 503,024 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals and the 65th percentile (ranked 20th) of the 55 tracked articles of a similar age in Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications

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