Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The Neurobiology of Memes and Conspiracy Theories

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This shows the outline of a woman's headThe propensity to believe in conspiracy theories may be a result of genetic determination, cognitive capacity, and affective reactions. Researchers found the representation of memes acts as neural network attractor states in the brain, linking them with the formation of conspiracy theories.