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eatures definitions, arguments, and essays on hundreds of strange beliefs, amusing deceptions, and dangerous delusions. It also features dozens of entries on logical fallacies, cognitive biases, perception, science, and philosophy.
Below are some relevant resources - this isn't everything the library has, but there are some broad resources to get you started as you think about your topic.
Before diving into the hardcore research aspect of FYRS, it can be helpful to learn some basics about your topic. Try using Credo to visit some encyclopedia entries that can help you learn more about the topics you're looking into!
The mind map below is for the topic of "conspiracy theory" - click on it, or any other parts of the map to explore related terms and help build your vocabulary network.
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