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Symposium 3 Science Denial, Attitudes Towards Scientists And Psychology Of Freedom


(Prijekt:„Stabilnost odnosa prema znanosti u studenata“ Sporiš, Goran &. Prot, , Sara) Prot, Sara; Craig, A., Anderson; Douglas, A., Gentile; Sporiš, Goran; Bosnar, Ksenija; Prot, Franjo; Bedeković, Andrej
Symposium 3 Science Denial, Attitudes Towards Scientists And Psychology Of Freedom // 24th Ramiro and Zoran Bujas Days - Book of Abstracts / Jelić, Margareta ; Tomas, Jasmina (ur.).
Zagreb: Department of Psychology Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and Croatian Psychological Association, 2019. str. (47)-(51) (predavanje, domaća recenzija, ostalo)


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Naslov
Symposium 3 Science Denial, Attitudes Towards Scientists And Psychology Of Freedom

Autori
Prot, Sara ; Craig, A., Anderson ; Douglas, A., Gentile ; Sporiš, Goran ; Bosnar, Ksenija ; Prot, Franjo ; Bedeković, Andrej

Kolaboracija
Prijekt:„Stabilnost odnosa prema znanosti u studenata“ Sporiš, Goran &. Prot, , Sara

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, ostalo, ostalo

Izvornik
24th Ramiro and Zoran Bujas Days - Book of Abstracts / Jelić, Margareta ; Tomas, Jasmina - Zagreb : Department of Psychology Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and Croatian Psychological Association, 2019, (47)-(51)

Skup
24th Ramiro and Zoran Bujas Days

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, (11-13.04.2019.)

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Domaća recenzija

Ključne riječi
Science denial ; Anger and aggression toward scientists ; Short term causes ; Long term causes ; Attitudes Toward Scientists Scale ; Alternate forms ; Metric properties ; Validity ; Validation ; Alternate forms ; Attitude Toward Scientific Fields: Component analysis ; University students ; Kinesiology

Sažetak
Science denial is a common phenomenon occurring in various areas such as climate change, vaccine safety, tobacco and violent media effects. It is often accompanied by anger and personal attacks on individual researchers (Lewandowski et al., 2013) as well as development of global negative attitudes towards science and scientists (Prot et al. 2017). This symposium brings together researchers examining science denial, attitudes towards scientists and psychology of freedom. The first talk reports four correlational and experimental studies examining causal factors leading to science denial and attacks on scientists. Next, three talks examine global negative attitudes towards science and scientists. The second talk discusses metric properties of a global measure of attitudes towards scientists (the Attitudes towards Science scale, ATS), demonstrating reliability and validity across two parallel forms of thescale. The third talk examines the factor structure of the Attitudes towards Science scale in a 5-wave longitudinal study and shows evidence of a stable factor structure across time. The fourth talk examines the factor structure of Scale Of Attitudes Towards Scientific Fields (Prot and Anderson, 2015), revealing both global and specific attitudes towards different scientific disciplines (including physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, astronomy, climate science, psychology, sociology, archeology, anthropology and kinesiology). The final talk discusses the current state of the research literature on the psychology of freedom and proposes a new psychometric measure of Personal Perceptions of Freedom. This symposium integrates studies using multiple methodologies (cross-sectional, experimental, longitudinal) and aims to integrate diverse perspectives on science denial, attitudes towards scientists and the psychology of freedom.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Psihologija

Napomena
SIMPOZIJ 3 / SYMPOSIUM 3 SCIENCE DENIAL,
ATTITUDES TOWARDS SCIENTISTS AND PSYCHOLOGY OF
FREEDOM Convener: Sara Prot Coventry
University, Coventry, United Kingdom Science
denial is a common phenomenon occurring in
various areas such as climate change, vaccine
safety, tobacco and violent media effects. It
is often accompanied by anger and personal
attacks on individual researchers (Lewandowski
et al., 2013) as well as development of global
negative attitudes towards science and
scientists (Prot et al. 2017). This symposium
brings together researchers examining science
denial, attitudes towards scientists and
psychology of freedom. The first talk reports
four correlational and experimental studies
examining causal factors leading to science
denial and attacks on scientists. Next, three
talks examine global negative attitudes towards
science and scientists. The second talk
discusses metric properties of a global measure
of attitudes towards scientists (the Attitudes
towards Science scale, ATS), demonstrating
reliability and validity across two parallel
forms of the scale. The third talk examines the
factor structure of the Attitudes towards
Science scale in a 5-wave longitudinal study
and shows evidence of a stable factor structure
across time. The fourth talk examines the
factor structure of Scale Of Attitudes Towards
Scientific Fields (Prot and Anderson, 2015),
revealing both global and specific attitudes
towards different scientific disciplines
(including physics, chemistry, biology,
medicine, astronomy, climate science,
psychology, sociology, archeology, anthropology
and kinesiology). The final talk discusses the
current state of the research literature on the
psychology of freedom and proposes a new
psychometric measure of Personal Perceptions of
Freedom. This symposium integrates studies
using multiple methodologies (cross-sectional,
experimental, longitudinal) and aims to
integrate diverse perspectives on science
denial, attitudes towards scientists and the
psychology of freedom. INTRODUCTORY LECTURE:
SCIENCE DENIAL, ANGER AND AGGRESSION TOWARDS
SCIENTISTS: SHORT-TERM AND LONG- TERM CAUSES
Sara Prot (1), Craig A. Anderson (2), Douglas
A. Gentile (2) (1) Coventry University,
Coventry, United Kingdom (2) Iowa State
University, Ames, United States of America
Denial of scientific evidence is a fairly
common phenomenon which has been documented in
various areas such as climate change,
evolution, effects of vaccinations, tobacco and
violent video game effects. Science denial is
often accompanied by anger and aggressive
actions towards scientists, leading some
authors to label it “war on science”
(Lewandowsky, Oberauer & Gignac, 2013). Science
denial can be explained, in part, by well-
established processes affecting individuals
such as belief perseverance, confirmation bias
and cognitive dissonance. However, recent
research suggests that group processes may also
play a key role in denial (Lewandowsky et al.,
2013 ; Nauroth et al., 2014). The current
research takes this reasoning a step further
and frames science denial in terms of
individual processes, group processes and
intergroup conflict. Four studies explored
predictors of science denial, anger and
aggressive actions towards scientists, focusing
on individual differences, group processes and
intergroup dynamics between scientists and
denialists. Study 1 provides initial
correlational evidence that threatened social
identities can trigger science denial in areas
of climate change, vaccine safety and violent
video game effects. Study 2 experimentally
demonstrates causal short-term effects of
intergroup threat from scientists on science
denial anger and aggression towards scientists
(measured in terms of self-reports and observed
behavior). Finally, longitudinal Study 3
reveals long-term negative effects of system
justification and paranoid ideation on anti-
science attitudes over time. These findings
suggest that science denial is a complex
phenomenon influenced by a number of
individual-level and group-level processes.
When research findings threaten a valued social
identity and when scientists are perceived as a
highly threatening group, people are more
likely to derogate the research and express
anger and aggression towards researchers.
Prijekt:„Stabilnost odnosa prema znanosti u
studenata“ Sporiš, Goran &. Prot, , Sara



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Ustanove:
Kineziološki fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

(Prijekt:„Stabilnost odnosa prema znanosti u studenata“ Sporiš, Goran &. Prot, , Sara) Prot, Sara; Craig, A., Anderson; Douglas, A., Gentile; Sporiš, Goran; Bosnar, Ksenija; Prot, Franjo; Bedeković, Andrej
Symposium 3 Science Denial, Attitudes Towards Scientists And Psychology Of Freedom // 24th Ramiro and Zoran Bujas Days - Book of Abstracts / Jelić, Margareta ; Tomas, Jasmina (ur.).
Zagreb: Department of Psychology Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Zagreb and Croatian Psychological Association, 2019. str. (47)-(51) (predavanje, domaća recenzija, ostalo)
(Prijekt:„Stabilnost odnosa prema znanosti u studenata“ Sporiš, Goran &. Prot, , Sara) (Prijekt:„Stabilnost odnosa prema znanosti u studenata“ Sporiš, Goran &. Prot, , Sara) Prot, Sara, Craig, A., Anderson, Douglas, A., Gentile, Sporiš, G., Bosnar, K., Prot, F. & Bedeković, A. (2019) Symposium 3 Science Denial, Attitudes Towards Scientists And Psychology Of Freedom. U: Jelić, M. & Tomas, J. (ur.)24th Ramiro and Zoran Bujas Days - Book of Abstracts.
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