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Published on 14 Jun 2018, 15:00
Strongly held false beliefs are hard to change, and more intelligent people are more adept at finding reasons to dismiss inconvenient new evidence. Tali Sharot, Associate Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London, explores the implications for changing minds. This discussion was originally published February 14, 2017.
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