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Tobias Füchslin, PhD
Tobias Füchslin, PhD
Researcher Manager Online, Mediapulse AG
Verified email at mediapulse.ch
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Global warming’s five Germanys: A typology of Germans’ views on climate change and patterns of media use and information
J Metag, T Füchslin, MS Schäfer
Public Understanding of Science 26 (4), 434-451, 2017
1772017
Perceptions of climate change imagery: Evoked salience and self-efficacy in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria
J Metag, MS Schäfer, T Füchslin, T Barsuhn, K Kleinen-von Königslöw
Science Communication 38 (2), 197-227, 2016
1072016
The different audiences of science communication: A segmentation analysis of the Swiss population’s perceptions of science and their information and media use patterns
MS Schäfer, T Füchslin, J Metag, S Kristiansen, A Rauchfleisch
Public understanding of science 27 (7), 836-856, 2018
952018
How do young adults engage with science and research on social media? Some preliminary findings and an agenda for future research
E Hargittai, T Füchslin, MS Schäfer
Social Media+ Society 4 (3), 2056305118797720, 2018
672018
Who wants to be a citizen scientist? Identifying the potential of citizen science and target segments in Switzerland
T Füchslin, MS Schäfer, J Metag
Public Understanding of Science 28 (6), 652-668, 2019
342019
Probability and conspiratorial thinking
M Kovic, T Füchslin
Applied cognitive psychology 32 (3), 390-400, 2018
332018
Science communication scholars use more and more segmentation analyses: Can we take them to the next level?
T Füchslin
Public Understanding of Science 28 (7), 854-864, 2019
262019
Between active seekers and non-users: Segments of science-related media usage in Switzerland and Germany
J Metag, M Maier, T Füchslin, L Bromme, MS Schäfer
Environmental Communication 12 (8), 1077-1094, 2018
222018
The SciPop scale for measuring science-related populist attitudes in surveys: Development, test, and validation
NG Mede, MS Schäfer, T Füchslin
International Journal of Public Opinion Research 33 (2), 273-293, 2021
192021
A short survey instrument to segment populations according to their attitudes toward science. Scale development, optimization and assessment
T Füchslin, MS Schäfer, J Metag
Environmental Communication 12 (8), 1095-1108, 2018
142018
Are science communication audiences becoming more critical? Reconstructing migration between audience segments based on Swiss panel data
K Klinger, J Metag, MS Schäfer, T Füchslin, N Mede
Public Understanding of Science, 09636625211057379, 2022
22022
French Science Communication on YouTube: A Survey of Individual and Institutional Communicators and Their Channel Characteristics
S Debove, T Füchslin, T Louis, P Masselot
Frontiers in Communication 6, 612667, 2021
22021
Science in the Swiss Public. The State of Science Communication and Public Engagement with Science in Switzerland
MS Schäfer, T Füchslin, GA Casutt, S Suggs, K Aberer, P Burkard, ...
Swiss Academies Reports 16 (8), 2021
22021
Science communication research from an audience perspective–benefits and empirical insights for science communication in Switzerland and beyond
T Füchslin
University of Zurich, 2019
12019
From Hype Cynics to Extreme Believers: Typologizing the Swiss Population’s COVID-19-Related Conspiracy Beliefs, Their Corresponding Information Behavior, and Social Media Use
MS Schäfer, D Mahl, T Füchslin, J Metag, J Zeng
International Journal of Communication 16, 26, 2022
2022
Please note: This manuscript may not replicate the final version published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research. It is not the copy of record and may differ from …
NG Mede, MS Schäfer, T Füchslin
2020
What are you folding for? Nutzungsmotivationen von ­Citizen Science Online Games und ihre ­Lerneffekte.
T Füchslin
merzWissenschaft 60 (6), 110-122, 2016
2016
What are you folding for?: eine Motivationstypologie zur Nutzung von Citizen Science Online Games
T Füchslin
Universität Zürich, 2015
2015
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J Metag, M Schäfer, T Barsuhn, T Füchslin, K Kleinen-von Königslöw
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