Research Helps Explain Patient Knowledge of Vaccines, Providing Insight for Health Care Providers and Educational Campaigns
Health care providers face a communication challenge when seeing patients who have formed negative or ambivalent opinions on vaccinations through Twitter.
When creating public health campaigns researchers and public policy makers should include messages to combat the perception that low health literacy equates to low intelligence, according to researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.
People Likely to Form Extreme Perceptions of Reality While Learning, According to New Research at The University of Texas at Austin
People may develop distorted views of certain types of people, places or experiences depending on how they compare those categories during the learning process, according to new research at The University of Texas at Austin.