Propensity to trust and the influence of source and medium cues in credibility evaluation

  title={Propensity to trust and the influence of source and medium cues in credibility evaluation},
  author={Teun Lucassen and Jan Maarten Schraagen},
  journal={J. Information Science},
Credibility evaluation has become a daily task in the current world of online information that varies in quality. The way this task is performed has been a topic of research for some time now. In this study, we aim to extend this research by proposing an integrated layer model of trust. According to this model, trust in information is influenced by trust in its source. Moreover, source trust is influenced by trust in the medium, which in turn is influenced by a more general propensity to trust… CONTINUE READING
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