Vaccine hesitancy (VH) remains worldwide a reason of concern. Most of the vaccination education strategies followed a "fact-based" approach, based on the assumption that decision making is a rational process, without considering the influence of cognitive biases and heuristics. Our study aimed at identifying factors involved in the parents' vaccination choice to inform and shape communication interventions.

Vaccine hesitancy and cognitive biases: Evidence for tailored communication with parents

Casigliani, Virginia
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Menicagli, Dario;Fornili, Marco;Lippi, Vittorio;Chinelli, Alice;Arzilli, Guglielmo;Scardina, Giuditta;Baglietto, Laura;Tavoschi, Lara
2022-01-01

Abstract

Vaccine hesitancy (VH) remains worldwide a reason of concern. Most of the vaccination education strategies followed a "fact-based" approach, based on the assumption that decision making is a rational process, without considering the influence of cognitive biases and heuristics. Our study aimed at identifying factors involved in the parents' vaccination choice to inform and shape communication interventions.
2022
Casigliani, Virginia; Menicagli, Dario; Fornili, Marco; Lippi, Vittorio; Chinelli, Alice; Stacchini, Lorenzo; Arzilli, Guglielmo; Scardina, Giuditta; ...espandi
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