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Investigating the Links Between Cultural Values and Belief in Conspiracy Theories: The Key Roles of Collectivism and Masculinity

Jais Adam‐troian
Pascal Wagner‐egger
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Matt Motyl
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Roland Imhoff
Felix Zimmer
Olivier Klein
Maria Babinska
Adrian Bangerter
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Michal Bilewicz
Nebojša Blanuša
Kosta Bovan
Rumena Bužarovska
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Aleksandra Cichocka
Elif Çelebi
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Sylvain Delouvée
Karen Douglas
Asbjørn Dyrendal
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Biljana Gjoneska
Sylvie Graf
Estrella Gualda
Gilad Hirschberger
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Anna Kende
Peter Krekó
Andre Krouwel
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Pia Lamberty
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Silvia Mari
Jasna Milosevic
Maria Serena Panasiti
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Myrto Pantazi
Ljupcho Petkovski
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Giuseppina Porciello
J. Prims
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André Rabelo
Michael Schepisi
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Robbie Sutton
Viren Swami
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Hulda Thórisdóttir
Vladimir Turjačanin
Iris Zezelj
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Jan‐willem Prooijen
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Jais Adam‐troian, Pascal Wagner‐egger, Matt Motyl, Thomas Arciszewski, Roland Imhoff, et al.. Investigating the Links Between Cultural Values and Belief in Conspiracy Theories: The Key Roles of Collectivism and Masculinity. Political Psychology, 2021, 42 (4), pp.597-618. ⟨10.1111/pops.12716⟩. ⟨hal-03583825⟩
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