After noticing “a high amount of non-critical thinking in our communities and our students,” NC State psychology researcher Anne McLaughlin and history professor Alicia McGill decided to see if a multidisciplinary attack on pseudo-science — a close cousin of fake news — might boost critical thinking skills.
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