- Zhao Z.
- Luman E.
- Luthy K.E.
- Beckstrand R.L.
- Callister L.C.
- Cahoon S.
- Nyhan B.
- Reifler J.
- Richey S.
- Freed G.L.
- 1How do individuals’ vaccination adherence
- 2How do beliefs vary by community or social group? We cannot assume that a liberal Democrat in Los Angeles refuses vaccinations for the same reasons that a staunch Texas conservative might.
- 3Which persuasive strategies used by vaccination advocates and vaccine refusers are most effective? We cannot assume that the same types of arguments will be compelling to members of different groups.
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