By Neuroscience News
What shapes your belief in what's true or false?
Researchers at Linköping University delve into the complexities of truth perception.
Believing that everyone's truth is equally valid might seem democratic, but there's a darker side.
The study reveals: those convinced personal feelings dictate truth are more prone to conspiracy theories.
Ironically, the same group that cherishes personal truths also often rejects others' perspectives.
There's a difference between those who see truth as culture-bound and those who view it as subjective.
In debates, differing views on truth can influence opinions on factual knowledge and critical thinking.
Understanding the nuances of 'truth relativism' could be key in deciphering misinformation in our society.