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Reader bias

In this video Jutta Roosen explains how we bring our own biases to our interpretation of headlines.

Watch this video and reflect on how personal experiences, unconscious and conscious biases, and tightly held values may affect the way we interpret food and nutrition science news reported in the media.

What bias do you think you might bring to your analysis? Share your thoughts in the discussion area below.

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Food and Nutrition: The Truth Behind Food Headlines

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