How to distinguish fact from fiction

The games we make at Tilt are often based on Inoculation Theory. Inoculation Theory explains that an attitude or belief can be protected from persuasion, through exposure to weakened doses of information of a larger (future) threat.

A vaccine for brainwash

A Vaccine for Brainwash image source: from the original article by McGuire (1970) in Psychology Today. Copyright held by an unknown person.

Inoculation theory is explained further by Sander van der Linden, in this video from University of Cambridge. Sander is a professor of social psychology in society, at Cambridge University. He has also been dubbed Cambridge’s professor of “defence against the dark arts”. Sander discusses how can we cope with the amount and speed with which information is reaching us today. How do we distinguish fact from fiction and counteract unwanted influence?

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