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Analytic thinking and political orientation in the corona crisis


Maglić, Marina; Pavlović, Tomislav; Franc, Renata
Analytic thinking and political orientation in the corona crisis // Individual Differences in Cognition and Affects in the Era of Pandemic and Machine Learning / Jiang, Yang ; Zhou, Renlai ; Maroulas, Vasileios ; Zhao, Xiaopeng ; Vranic, Andrea (ur.).
Lausanne: Frontiers Media SA, 2022. str. 131-153 doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.631800


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Naslov
Analytic thinking and political orientation in the corona crisis

Autori
Maglić, Marina ; Pavlović, Tomislav ; Franc, Renata

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Individual Differences in Cognition and Affects in the Era of Pandemic and Machine Learning

Urednik/ci
Jiang, Yang ; Zhou, Renlai ; Maroulas, Vasileios ; Zhao, Xiaopeng ; Vranic, Andrea

Izdavač
Frontiers Media SA

Grad
Lausanne

Godina
2022

Raspon stranica
131-153

ISBN
978-2-88974-714-6

Ključne riječi
COVID-19 ; open-minded thinking ; cognitive reflection ; political orientation ; preventive behavior ; policy support ; conspiracy beliefs ; cross-national

Sažetak
With much unknown about the new coronavirus, the scientific consensus is that human hosts are crucial to its spread and reproduction—the more people behave like regular socializing beings they are, the more likely it is that the virus will propagate. Hence, many nations worldwide have mandated physical-distancing measures. In the current preregistered research, we focus on examining two factors that may help explain differences in adherence to COVID-19 preventive behaviors and policy support across different countries—political orientation and analytic thinking. We positioned our research within the dual-process framework of human reasoning and investigated the role of cognitive reflection, open-minded thinking, and political ideology in determining COVID-19 responsible behavior (physical distancing and maintaining hygiene) and support for restrictive COVID-19 policies on a sample of 12, 490 participants from 17 countries. We have not been able to detect substantial relationships of political orientation with preventive behaviors and policy support, and overall found no reliable evidence of politicization, nor polarization regarding the issue. The results of structural equation modeling showed that the inclination towards COVID-19 preventive measures and their endorsement were defined primarily by the tendency of open-minded thinking. Specifically, open-minded thinking was shown to be a predictor of all three criteria— avoiding physical contact, maintaining physical hygiene, and supporting COVID-19 restrictive mitigation policies. Cognitive reflection was predictive of lesser adherence to stricter hygiene and only very weakly predictive of lesser policy support. Furthermore, there was no evidence of these effects varying across political contexts. The mediation analysis suggested a partial mediation effect of COVID-19 conspiracy beliefs on the relationships of open-mindedness and cognitive reflection with physical distancing (but not adherence to stricter hygiene) and COVID-19 policy support, albeit very small and significant primarily due to sample size. There was also no evidence of these effects varying across political contexts. Finally, we have not been able to find strong evidence of political orientation modifying the relationship between analytical thinking and COVID- 19 behaviors and policy support, although we explored the pattern of these effects in the US and Canadian samples for exploratory purposes and comparison with other similar studies.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Psihologija

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Ustanove:
Institut društvenih znanosti Ivo Pilar, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Marina Maglić (autor)

Avatar Url Tomislav Pavlović (autor)

Avatar Url Renata Franc (autor)

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Maglić, Marina; Pavlović, Tomislav; Franc, Renata
Analytic thinking and political orientation in the corona crisis // Individual Differences in Cognition and Affects in the Era of Pandemic and Machine Learning / Jiang, Yang ; Zhou, Renlai ; Maroulas, Vasileios ; Zhao, Xiaopeng ; Vranic, Andrea (ur.).
Lausanne: Frontiers Media SA, 2022. str. 131-153 doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.631800
Maglić, M., Pavlović, T. & Franc, R. (2022) Analytic thinking and political orientation in the corona crisis. U: Jiang, Y., Zhou, R., Maroulas, V., Zhao, X. & Vranic, A. (ur.) Individual Differences in Cognition and Affects in the Era of Pandemic and Machine Learning. Lausanne, Frontiers Media SA, str. 131-153 doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.631800.
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