Psychological Science and Conspiracy Theories in the Era of COVID-19: Interview with Karen Douglas and Michael Shermer

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Karen Douglas, professor of social psychology at the University of Kent, and Michael Shermer, the Founding Publisher of Skeptic magazine, the host of the Science Salon Podcast, and a Presidential Fellow at Chapman University–share their research, thoughts, and reactions on conspiracy theories and how they specifically relate to COVID-19.

Charles Blue interviews Karen Douglas and Michael Shermer on conspiracy theories.

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