New paper is out on the effect of MMR-autism misbeliefs on intentions to use Zika vaccine is out now
Our study, surveying 3,337 Americans found that the misbelief about MMR and autism may reduce people’s intentions to use a new Zika vaccine. However, perceptions of severity of and vulnerability to Zika may increase intentions. Implications for science educators and public health officials are discussed.
Read the full paper here.