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Sep 1, 2020

In this part three of four, we take a look at some of the psychological and sociological foundations within conspiracy theory thinking that allow false narratives and misleading information to take root in others and in ourselves.

Show Snippet: "When there are things that are hard for us, we want to be able to make sense out of that...this is such a core aspect of our humanity that we will latch on to things even when the effects of that lead to greater anxiety and greater fear."