Why are so many people drawn to conspiracy theories in times of crisis?
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The evidence on learning styles is that people have preferences for the way that they prefer to take in information, but those preferences don't predict student outcomes in ways that would warrant trying to teach students in individualized ways in the classroom. This study suggests that people's susceptibility to visual information is influenced by whether they have a preference for taking in visual information.
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