Follow these tips to help stop the spread of misinformation!
- Scroll on past that rage-inducing post! When we are angry we’re worse at spotting misinformation. Plus, posts that trigger big negative emotions are more likely to go viral. Take a deep breath and let it gooooo!! ☃️❄️
- Stop! Before you share a post to stories, ask yourself, “is this true?” This tiny adjustment can have a big impact on the amount of misinformation that you spread. 🛑
- Read past headlines. Before you share, make sure you are getting the full scoop.📰
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Saw a tweet that really grinds your gears? 😠— ScienceUpFirst | LaScienced'Abord (@ScienceUpFirst) March 10, 2022
Scroll on! When we're angry we’re less likely to spot misinfo. Plus, posts that trigger big negative emotions are more likely to go viral. Deep breath, and let it go.#ScienceUpFirsthttps://t.co/qDYwpN2iybhttps://t.co/SqMbyPke1g pic.twitter.com/CRGaHFnoGW
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