When and why people think beliefs are “debunked” by scientific explanations of their origins

Mind and Language (forthcoming)

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Lara Buchak
University of California, Berkeley
Tania Lombrozo
University of California, Berkeley
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Keywords belief debunking  epistemology  experimental philosophy  explanation  folk epistemology  scientific communication
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DOI 10.1111/mila.12238
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