For decades, psychologists and social scientists have been studying conspiracy theories and the people who believe them. They have unearthed a lot of interesting data, but they have repeatedly run into a problem: The world they're studying is not the same size and shape as the world of conspiracy belief. Jesse Walker explains why this is.
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