Study shows intentions of information source can affect what Americans think qualifies as true

Putting truth to the test in the “post-truth era,” Boston College psychologists conducted experiments that show when Americans decide whether a claim of fact should qualify as true or false, they consider the intentions of the information source, the team reported recently in Scientific Reports.

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