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Las 7 características del pensamiento conspirativo

Las teorías de conspiración han surgido durante la pandemia de coronavirus. Image:  REUTERS/Kacper Pempel/Files

John Cook

Research Assistant Professor, Center for Climate Change Communication, George Mason University

Stephan Lewandowsky

Chair of Cognitive Psychology, University of Bristol

Ullrich Ecker

Associate Professor of Cognitive Science, University of Western Australia

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