A conversation with Prof. Rainer Bromme
Science and scientists are mostly trusted by the public. This might change when science addresses topics that are socio-scientific in nature or when there are vested interests of private companies. We discuss the importance of promoting trust between scientists and the public by communicating disagreements and consensus honestly and clearly. In this episode, we host Prof. Rainer Bromme, a senior professor in educational psychology from the University of Münster.
Personal website: http://www.uni-muenster.de/PsyIFP/AEBromme/en/personen/bromme.html
Hendriks, F., Kienhues, D., & Bromme, R. (2016). Trust in science and the science of trust. In B. Blöbaum (Ed.), Trust and communication in a digitalized world: Models and concepts of trust research (pp. 143–159). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-28059-2
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