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Psychology in the Pub: Are conspiracy theories harmless?

08 February 2017 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
This event is free and open to everyone. No registration is required.
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Whilst psychologists are learning more about who endorses conspiracy theories, and why, little is known about their potential consequences.

Initially, some people thought conspiracy theories were ridiculous beliefs that are simply harmless fun. 
In this talk, however, Daniel will present his current research programme where this assumption is being turned on its head. 

The aim of this talk is to ultimately highlight some of the potentially damaging consequences of conspiracy theories.

Please see the programme tab for more information.

Please note a change of date

The Glebe,
35 Glebe Street,

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Daniel Jolley is a Lecturer in Psychology at Staffordshire University.

He is interested in the psychology of conspiracy theories, which are blooming in the 21st century. 

Dr Jolley blogs at conspiracypsychology.com and tweets @DrDanielJolley

This event is free and open to everyone.

There is no need to book so please just turn up on the night.


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