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What we can learn from the Anti-Vax

The psychology of persuasion as used by anti-vaxxers and other extremist groups (The unpersuadables)

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If only I were asked a couple of weeks ago — what to learn from Anti-vaccination groups — I would have had difficulties coming up with satisfactory answers. I am biased my own way, I suppose. I would have probably told you about empathy…

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