Yale Studies: How to Make People Take the Pesticide

Yale Studies: How to Make People Take the Pesticide

WANTED: Useful idiots to participate in sham research project.

“Would you like to help us?

We can’t afford to pay you, however, we do promise that you will be first in line when it comes time to poisoning the public.”

Hello, would you like to participate in a research project to help judge the public’s willingness to be conned, coerced, ridiculed, or shamed into taking one of our worthless vaccines? If so, we would like to speak with you.

We are preparing a test to determine the best way to convince the public to poison themselves. Among the approaches we are considering is the use of guilt, embarrassment, and anger, along with accusing anyone who doesn’t fall into line with our program of being ignorant, selfish, and cowardly.

Would you like to help us?

We can’t afford to pay you, however, we do promise that you will be first in line when it comes time to poisoning the public.

If you wear a face mask while driving or while inside at your home, we would like to talk with you.

If you have ever snitched on your neighbor for sneezing or called 9-1-1 to report fellow citizens not living in fear, you just might be our ideal candidate.

Call now, operators are standing by: 555-SHEEPLE. No experience or intelligence necessary.

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Here is a description of the study.

Other: Control message 2/15 of the sample will be assigned to the pure control group, which is a passage on the costs and benefits of bird feeding.

Active Comparator: Baseline message These participants will be assigned a message about the benefits of vaccination. All other treatment arms include this baseline language. Other: Baseline message 3/15 of the sample will be assigned to a control group with a message about the effectiveness and safety of vaccines.

Experimental: Personal freedom Experimental message arm. Other: Personal freedom message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this intervention, which is a message about how COVID-19 is limiting people’s personal freedom, and by working together to get enough people vaccinated society can preserve its personal freedom.

Experimental: Economic freedom Experimental message arm. Other: Economic freedom message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this intervention, which is a message about how COVID-19 is limiting peoples’ economic freedom, and by working together to get enough people vaccinated society can preserve its economic freedom.

Experimental: Social benefit, self-interest Experimental message arm. Other: Self-interest message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this intervention, which is a message that COVID-19 presents a real danger to one’s health, even if one is young and healthy. Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the best way to prevent oneself from getting sick.

Experimental: Social benefit, community interest Experimental message arm. Other: Community interest message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this intervention, which is a message about the dangers of COVID-19 to the health of loved onesThe more people who get vaccinated against COVID-19, the lower the risk that one’s loved ones will get sick. Society must work together and all get vaccinated.

Experimental: Economic benefit Experimental message arm. Other: Economic benefit message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this group, which is a message about how COVID-19 is wreaking havoc on the economy and the only way to strengthen the economy is to work together to get enough people vaccinated.

Experimental: Social pressure- guilt Experimental message arm. Other: Guilt message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this message. The message is about the danger that COVID-19 presents to the health of one’s family and community. The best way to protect them is by getting vaccinated and society must work together to get enough people vaccinated. Then it asks the participant to imagine the guilt they will feel if they don’t get vaccinated and spread the disease.

Experimental: Social pressure- embarrassment Experimental message arm. Other: Embarrassment message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this message. The message is about the danger that COVID-19 presents to the health of one’s family and community. The best way to protect them is by getting vaccinated and by working together to make sure that enough people get vaccinated. Then it asks the participant to imagine the embarrassment they will feel if they don’t get vaccinated and spread the disease.

Experimental: Trust in science Experimental message arm. Other: Trust in science message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this message about how getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the most effective way of protecting one’s community. Vaccination is backed by science. If one doesn’t get vaccinated that means that one doesn’t understand how infections are spread or who ignores science.

Experimental: Not bravery arm Experimental message arm. Other: Not bravery message 1/15 of the sample will be assigned to this message which describes how firefighters, doctors, and front line medical workers are brave. Those who choose not to get vaccinated against COVID-19 are not brave.

Outcome Measures Go to  sections Primary Outcome Measures  : Intention to get COVID-19 vaccine [ Time Frame: Immediately after intervention, in the same survey in which the intervention message is provided ] This is a self-reported measure, immediately after the intervention message, of the likelihood of getting a COVID-19 vaccination within 3 months and then 6 months of it becoming available. During analysis, responses among those assigned to different intervention messages will be compared to those in the control group.

Secondary Outcome Measures: Vaccine confidence scale [ Time Frame: Immediately after the intervention, in the same survey in which the intervention message is provided ] This is a validated scale. This scale will be used to assess the impact of the messages on vaccine confidence. (Outcome assessed only for the half of the sample that answers these items post-treatment)

Persuade others item [ Time Frame: Immediately after the intervention, in the same survey in which the intervention message is provided ] This is a measure of a willingness to persuade others to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

Fear of those who have not been vaccinated [ Time Frame: Immediately after the intervention, in the same survey in which the intervention message is provided ] This is a measure of comfort with an unvaccinated individual visiting an elderly friend after a vaccine becomes available

The social judgment of those who do not vaccinate [ Time Frame: Immediately after the intervention, in the same survey in which the intervention message is provided ] This is a scale composed of 4 items measuring the trustworthiness, selfishness, likeableness, and competence of those who choose not to get vaccinated after a vaccine becomes available

Eligibility Criteria Go to sections Information from the National Library of Medicine Choosing to participate in a study is an important personal decision. Talk with your doctor and family members or friends about deciding to join a study. To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contacts provided below. For general information, Learn About Clinical Studies.

Ages Eligible for Study:   18 Years and older   (Adult, Older Adult) Sexes Eligible for Study:   All Accepts Healthy Volunteers:   Yes Criteria Inclusion Criteria:

At least 18 years of age US resident Exclusion Criteria:

Younger than 18 years of age Non-US resident Do not consent Contacts and Locations Go to sections Information from the National Library of Medicine To learn more about this study, you or your doctor may contact the study research staff using the contact information provided by the sponsor.

Please refer to this study by its ClinicalTrials.gov identifier (NCT number): NCT04460703

Locations United States, Connecticut Yale University New Haven, Connecticut, United States, 06510

Mike Stone is the author of A New America, the first novel of the Alt-Right, a dark comedy set on Election Day 2016 in Los Angeles – – Available on Amazon.

Source: HenryMakow

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