Psychological theory can be applied to real-world problems using Applied Psychology and this is the focus of today’s episode. Today we’re going to be looking at misinformation and conspiracy theories by looking at the social psychology theories helping to explain why people believe in this stuff. If you enjoy learning about social psychology, applied psychology and conspiracy theories then you’re going to be in for a treat.

In the psychology news section, you'll learn why babies' cries alone don't convey what they want, talking across the aisle isn't always awful, and beautiful harmonies can break "universal rule".


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