AI chatbots can’t take responsibility for what they say, so we shouldn’t trust them.
We often assume misinformation leads to bad beliefs which lead to antisocial behaviour. But there’s so far little evidence for this.
Psychopaths have thrived for so long because of their deceptive powers.
How can Generation Z serve as effective agents of economic reform in a system they don’t believe in?
Teaching students about information literacy can help them determine what kinds of practices make news reports trustworthy.
Nurses who identify as Democrats have a significantly higher likelihood of having their children vaccinated against COVID-19 than those who identify as Republicans.
It’s tempting to focus on the minority of Americans who hold negative views about scientists. But blaming others for their lack of trust won’t build the relationships that can boost trust.
Trust is at the heart of a well-functioning cabinet. A cabinet cannot work if ministers do not respect the fundamentals.
There are obviously better ways the Toronto Police — and other police services — could enhance public trust than through a social media campaign.
A new study adds to a body of work that casts doubt on the wisdom of the standard rulebook many donors expect charities to follow.
To communicate scientific findings that are relevant to the public, science communicators need to understand how to overcome attitudes that are anti-science.
Overcoming conspiracy theories isn’t just about information. A scholar of religion explains that the emotions they inspire are part of their appeal.
Sports can help prevent the involvement of youth in violent extremism.
Trying to convince people to trust the basic institutions of Canada and each other is not enough. Economic divisions create a trust divide that threatens Canadians’ way of life.
The government’s handling of the Northern Ireland protocol could spell trouble for the UK’s post-Brexit trade negotiations.
The Tim Hortons consumer app was found to have collected detailed user information, including location data. As a privacy violation, this challenges perception of Tim Hortons as a trusted brand.
Studying medication use in a traumatized population of immigrants required pharmacists to listen to and learn from trusted community health workers.
Two political scientists in their study in South Dakota found people trusted medical professionals the least when it came to public health messages.
Traditional ecological knowledge, or TEK, can encompass science, medicine, ecology, religion and culture – and help protect the environment.
This growing trend aims to shift some of the power funders typically wield to the groups getting their money.