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  1. Joao Pedro Niza Braga

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Description: This collaborative project started at the EASP summer school in Lisbon (2014). Together with Prof. Robbie Sutton - the teacher of our workshop on Social Justice – we wanted to dig deeper into the cognitive processes underlying conspiracy thinking. Specifically, we proposed that conspiracy belief is driven by the perception of causal relations between events (over and above the perception of patterns). Over the years, we ran four studies to test this idea.


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