Science suggests that frequently repeating a lie creates “the illusion of truth” — Quartz

The techniques of propagandists work for good reason. Studies show that the more often we hear a statement, the more likely we are to believe it is true—regardless of the underlying facts. Tom Stafford, a professor of psychology and cognitive science at the University of Sheffield and author of For argument’s sake: Evidence that reason…

via Science suggests that frequently repeating a lie creates “the illusion of truth” — Quartz

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