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The psychology behind climate change denial

(Uppsala University) In a new thesis in psychology, Kirsti Jylhä at Uppsala University has studied the psychology behind climate change denial. The results show that individuals who accept hierarchical power structures tend to a larger extent deny the problem. The papers of the thesis are published in the scientific journal Personality and Individual Differences.
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