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Hi All, For those of you with an interest in the psychology of belief in conspiracy theories, you might like to check out a new paper by Rob Brotherton, myself, and Alan Pickering in Frontiers in Personality Science and Individual Differences on measuring belief in conspiracies. It's open access, so help yourselves: http://bit.ly/Z9UMnZ It's part of a Research Topic including other articles: http://bit.ly/12S2lNr Best wishes, Chris ...