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. H1b, Les bas et hauts conspirationnistes ont la conviction de détenir des informations rares à propos de ces complots

D. Wdiff, théories du complot -score de jugement de traits de personnalité « perspicace » de la cible qui ne croit pas aux théories du complot] -[score de jugement de traits de personnalité « contrôles » de la cible qui croit aux théories du complot -score de jugement de traits de personnalité « contrôles, de la cible qui ne croit pas aux théories du complot] = Interaction 2(cible : haut croyants aux théories du complot vs. bas croyants aux théories du complot) x 2(type de traits de personnalité : informé vs. contrôle), intra-sujet Item.uniquec = score de croyances aux théories du complot sur l'item unique, centré Traitements statistiques Etude 10

. Le and . Comporter, 1-Vos initiales (première lettre de votre prénom suivi de la première lettre de votre nom), 2-Initiales de votre père, 3-Initiales de votre mère, 4-Votre jour de naissance Exemple de Code personnel, L ? 2 5 / Nous vous précisons que ce code personnel ne compromet en aucun cas les conditions d'anonymat