This Many Labs study seeks to analyze the factors that affect trust in science, as well as the prevalence and predictors of science-related populist attitudes across countries. Specifically, we are interested in a) public opinion on the role of science in society and policymaking, b) the perceived goals and benefits of science, c) the ways individuals across the globe inform themselves and communicate about science, and d) climate change attitudes. For more information, click here.

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First TISP Newsletter released!

July 29, 2022

All collaborators who signed up for the TISP project, will now have received the first TISP Newsletter (please check your spam folders). In this newsletter, you will find the TISP guidebook with important information for collaborators. Please read the guidebook carefully. We also ask collaborators to review the information they previously submitted in the Qualtrics form. Please note that you can still sign up to become a collaborator until August 12: https://harvard.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/...

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