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Aleksandra Cichocka, Michal Bilewicz, Wiktor Soral
Table Of Contents
1. Preface Michal Bilewicz, Aleksandra Cichocka and Wiktor Soral Part 1 Conspiracy Theories in Group Perception 2. Conspiracy Stereotypes: Their socio-psychological antecedents and consequences Michal Bilewicz and Grzegorz Sedek 3. Conspiracy Theories on the Map of Stereotype Content: Survey and Historical Evidence Mikolaj Winiewski, Wiktor Soral, and Michal Bilewicz 4. Grandiose Delusions: Collective Narcissism, Secure In-group Identification and Belief in Conspiracies Aleksandra Cichocka, Agnieszka Golec de Zavala, Marta Marchlewska, Mateusz Olechowski 5. Conspiracy Theory as Collective Motivated Cognition Peter Kreko Part 2 Conspiracy Theories and Ideology 6. Mutual Suspicion at the Political Extremes: How Ideology Predicts Belief in Conspiracy Theories Jan-Willem van Prooijen and Andre Krouwel 7. Are the High Authoritarians More Prone to Adopt Conspiracy Theories? The Role of Right-wing Authoritarianism in Conspiratorial Thinking Monika Grzesiak-Feldman 8. Beyond (Right-wing) Authoritarianism: Conspiracy Mentality as an Incremental Predictor of Prejudice Roland Imhoff Part 3 Conspiracy Theories as Explanatory Structures 9. Motivated Roots of Conspiracies: The Role of Certainty and Control Motives in Conspiracy Thinking Malgorzata Kossowska and Marcin Bukowski 10. Behind the screen conspirators: Paranoid Social Cognition in an Online Age Olivier Klein, Nicolas Van der Linden, Myrto Pantazi, and Mikhail Kissine 11. The Social, Political, Environmental, and Health-Related Consequences of Conspiracy Theories: Problems and Potential Solutions Karen M. Douglas, Robbie M. Sutton, Daniel Jolley, and Michael J. Wood
Michal Bilewicz is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Psychology, University of Warsaw, Poland. Aleksandra Cichocka is Lecturer in the School of Psychology, University of Kent, UK. Wiktor Soral is a PhD Candidate at the Robert B. Zajonc Institute for Social Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland.