Following is a list of publications from the Knowledge resistance project. The titles are presented chronologically from most recent and descending.

Andersen, K., & Strömbäck, J. (2021). Media Platforms and Political Learning: The Democratic Challenge of News Consumption on Computers and Mobile Devices. International Journal of Communication15(0), 20.

Castro, L., Strömbäck, J., Esser, F., Van Aelst, P., de Vreese, C., Aalberg, T., Cardenal, A. S., Corbu, N., Hopmann, D. N., Koc-Michalska, K., Matthes, J., Schemer, C., Sheafer, T., Splendore, S., Stanyer, J., Ste˛pin´ska, A., Štětka, V., & Theocharis, Y. (2021). Navigating High-choice European Political Information Environments: A Comparative Analysis of News User Profiles and Political Knowledge. The International Journal of Press/Politics, 1–33.

Rekker, R. (2021). The nature and origins of political polarization over science. Public Understanding of Science

Shehata, A., & Strömbäck, J. (2021). Learning Political News From Social Media: Network Media Logic and Current Affairs News Learning in a High-Choice Media Environment. Communication Research48(1), 125–147.

Kossowska, M., Szwed, P., & Czarnek, G. (2020, November 12). Trust in scientists and attitudes towards vaccines and vaccine policy: The role of perception of scientists as elitists.

Czarnek, G., Kossowska, M., & Szwed, P. (2020). Right-wing ideology reduces the effects of education on climate change beliefs in more developed countries. Nature Climate Change.

Czarnek, G., Kossowska, M., & Szwed, P. (2020). Political ideology and attitudes toward vaccination: Study report. Center for Open Science.

Oscarsson, H., Holmberg, S. (editors), 2020. Research Handbook on Political Partisanship, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Oscarsson, H., & Strömbäck, J. (2020). Covid 19 Kunskap och konspirationer. SOM-undersökningen om coronaviruset 2020, 11.

Pitcovski, Eli & Spectre, Levi (2020). If you don’t know that you know, you could be surprised. Noûs (online).

Sohlberg, J., & Fredén, A. (2020). The Electoral Choices of Voters with Coalition‐Straddling Consideration Sets. Social Science Quarterly, 101(4), 1303–1313.

Tsfati, Y., Boomgaarden, H. G., Strömbäck, J., Vliegenthart, R., Damstra, A., & Lindgren, E. (2020). Causes and consequences of mainstream media dissemination of fake news: literature review and synthesis. Annals of the International Communication Association, 44(2), 157–173.

Strömbäck, Jesper, Tsfati, Yariv, Boomgaarden, Hajo, Damstra, Alyt, Lindgren, Elina, Vliegenthart, Rens & Lindholm, Torun (2020). News media trust and its impact on media use: toward a framework for future research. Annals of the International Communication Association

Dahlgren, P. M., Shehata, A., & Strömbäck, J. (2019). Reinforcing spirals at work? Mutual influences between selective news exposure and ideological leaning. European Journal of Communication34(2), 159–174.

Meyer, M. N., Heck, P. R., Holtzman, G. S., Anderson, S. M., Cai, W., Watts, D. J., & Chabris, C. F. (2019). Reply to Mislavsky et al.: Sometimes people really are averse to experiments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(48), 23885–23886.

Pagin, P. (2019). The Indicativity View. In S. Goldberg (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Assertion (pp. 118–137). Oxford University Press.

Wikforss, Å. 2019. ’Critical Thinking in the Post-Truth Era’, in Misinformation, ‘Quackery’, and ‘Fake News’ in Education, eds. P. Kendeou, D. H. Robinson, & M. McCrudden. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Meyer, M.N., Heck, P., Holtzman, G., Anderson, S.M., Cai, W., Watts, D.J., & Chabris, C.F. (2019). Objecting to experiments that compare two unobjectionable policies or treatments. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 116(22), 10723–10728.