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Section 4
Effect of Information about COVID-19 Vaccine Effectiveness
and Side Effects on Behavioral Intentions: Two Online Experiments

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-Kerr, J. R., Freeman, A. L., Marteau, T. M., & van der Linden, S. (2021). Effect of information about COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and side effects on behavioural intentions: Two online experiments. Vaccines, 9(4), 379.

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Kira, I. A., Shuwiekh, H. A. M., Alhuwailah, A., Ashby, J. S., Sous Fahmy Sous, M., Baali, S. B. A., Azdaou, C., Oliemat, E. M., & Jamil, H. J. (2021). The effects of COVID-19 and collective identity trauma (intersectional discrimination) on social status and well-being. Traumatology, 27(1), 29–39.

Lorenz, A. (2020). Supporting someone with COVID-19. Families, Systems, & Health, 38(Suppl 1), 14–15.

Richey, R., & Pointer, O. (2021). Clinical case study of abbreviated cognitive behavioral therapy through an intersectional lens for women health-care workers during the era of COVID-19. Psychotherapy. Advance online publication.

Vieites, Y., Ramos, G. A., Andrade, E. B., Pereira, C., & Medeiros, A. (2021). Can self-protective behaviors increase unrealistic optimism? Evidence from the COVID-19 pandemic. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied. Advance online publication.

Although vaccinations provide good protection, and while they likely reduce transmission of the virus to others; what two facts produce a dilemma for communicators who wish to be transparent about benefits and harms? To select and enter your answer go to Test.

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