The panel of experts in the working session included: Susan Benkelman – American Press Institute, Director of Accountability Journalism; Jenny Benz, PhD, – AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, Deputy Director; Maria Carrillo – Tampa Bay Times, Deputy Editor/Enterprise; Joel Christopher – Knoxville News Sentinel and, Executive Editor; Noreen Gillespie – Associated Press, Deputy Managing Editor for U.S. News; Kevin Loker – American Press Institute, Director of Program Operations and Partnerships; Rod Hicks – Society of Professional Journalists, Journalist on Call; Dan Malato – AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, Research Scientist; Dominic Packer, PhD – Lehigh University, Associate Professor of Psychology and Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs; Amanda Ripley – Contributing Writer at The Atlantic and a Senior Fellow at the Emerson Collective; Tom Rosenstiel – American Press Institute, Executive Director; Jeff Sonderman – American Press Institute, Deputy Executive Director and Executive Vice President; David Sterrett, PhD – AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, Senior Research Scientist; Emily Swanson – Associated Press, Polling Editor; Trevor Tompson – AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, Vice President for Public Affairs Research; and René Weber, MD, PhD – University of California Santa Barbara Media Neuroscience Lab, Founder and Director.

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