New research identifies a cognitive paradox related to anti-vaccine attitudes

Why are some people so quick to believe dubious claims over well-established science? A study published in Personality and Individual Differences suggests that people who reject the COVID-19 vaccine are more likely to believe “alternative facts” and that this is linked to less intellectual humility, higher levels of distrust, and a stronger reliance on intuition. …

Why are some people so quick to believe dubious claims over well-established science? A study published in Personality and Individual Differences suggests that people who reject the COVID-19 vaccine are more likely to believe “alternative facts” and that this is linked to less intellectual humility, higher levels of distrust, and a stronger reliance on intuition. …

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