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Sep 5, 2021
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Gullible Minds

In the September issue of The Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, a study was published in which, on four experiments with a total sample of almost 2000 subjects, it was shown that the higher people’s trust in science, the more often they are ready to believe in pseudoscientific concepts and disseminate them among their environment. At first glance, it’s a paradox, but if you think about it, it’s an understandable pattern.

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In 2010-2018 Russia has experienced an explosive growth in the movement of educators and the popularization of science. New popular science media have appeared: Postnauka, TASS-Cherdak (now liquidated), …

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