Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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Very simplistic. I have normal attachment style in real life, but the picture I have on social media says different things, according to the article, because I'm just not active there. Why? Because I just don't like social media :) And probably you can find other answers of different people with their own reasons. Yes, this is what I don't like in psychologists and psychology in general - so much trust and so little evidence. It's like with Zimbardo fakes, now how about taking some lesson from it about validity of social science research? Now they're in common sense and people take this crap for granted, just because we were so fast to believe in written, academic knowledge and not in true methodology. The things you've written? It's just interesting gossip, very nice to read of course, but it can make real harm, when someone from hr takes it seriously.
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