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Out of the rabbit hole: new research shows people can change their minds about conspiracy theories

By Matt Williams, Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Massey University
John Kerr, Senior Research Fellow, University of Otago
Mathew Marques, Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology, La Trobe University
A new study has found no evidence that people’s beliefs in conspiracy theories increase over time. They can even change their minds – just not that often.The Conversation

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