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‘Social Dominance’ Types Tend To Lead Climate Change Denial– Study

The psychology behind climate change denial October 4, 2016 (Science Daily) “…[There are people who are more prone than others to trust the misinformation being propagated about climate change by those who can profit by delaying action on it, according to Denial of anthropogenic climate change: Social dominance orientation helps explain the conservative male effect in Brazil and Sweden.
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