Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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A conversation with two psychiatrists
Carlin Barnes, MD and Marketa Wills, MD, MBA
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Marketa Wills, MD, MBA, and Carlin Barnes, MD, are board-certified psychiatrists and the authors of Understanding Mental Illness: A Comprehensive Guide to Mental Illness for Family and Friends.