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Bratton, Luke, Adams, Rachel C., Challenger, Aimee, Boivin, Jacky, Bott, Lewis, Chambers, Christopher D. and Sumner, Petroc 2020. Causal claims about correlations reduced in press releases following academic study of health news. Wellcome Open Research 5 , 6. 10.12688/wellcomeopenres.15647.1

Bott, Lewis, Bratton, Luke, Diaconu, Bianca, Adams, Rachel C, Challenger, Aimee, Boivin, Jacky, Williams, Andrew and Sumner, Petroc 2019. Caveats in science-based news stories communicate caution without lowering interest. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied 25 (4) , pp. 517-542. 10.1037/xap0000232

Bratton, Luke, Adams, Rachel C., Challenger, Aimée, Boivin, Jacky, Bott, Lewis, Chambers, Christopher D. and Sumner, Petroc 2019. The association between exaggeration in health-related science news and academic press releases: a replication study. Wellcome Open Research 4 , 148. 10.12688/wellcomeopenres.15486.2

Bossema, Francien G., Burger, Peter, Bratton, Luke, Challenger, Aimee, Adams, Rachel C., Sumner, Petroc, Schat, Joop, Numans, Mattijs E. and Smeets, Ionica 2019. Expert quotes and exaggeration in health news: a retrospective quantitative content analysis. Wellcome Open Research 4 , 56. 10.12688/wellcomeopenres.15147.2

Adams, Rachel C., Challenger, Aimee, Bratton, Luke, Boivin, Jacky, Bott, Lewis, Powell, Georgina, Williams, Andy, Chambers, Christopher and Sumner, Petroc 2019. Claims of causality in health news: a randomised trial. BMC Medicine 17 , 91. 10.1186/s12916-019-1324-7

Bratton, Luke Adam 2018. Examining exaggerated claims in science communication. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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