Screenshot of UMaine News press release regarding University of Maine doctoral students Morgan Stosic and Shelby Helwig, and assistant professor Mollie Ruben examination of whether belief in science (BIS), a construct that measures the value individuals assign to scientific information, can predict mask wearing behavior and, if so, whether the relationship is mediated by belief in the effectiveness of face masks in reducing the transmission of COVID-19. Their findings were published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences.
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University of Maine Division of Marketing and Communications, "COVID-19_UMaine News_Stosic study links belief in science to mask-wearing during the pandemic" (2021). Division of Marketing & Communications. 199.