December 4, 2009 · 2 Comments
We spoke to Martin Bridgstock and Kylie Sturgess, who recently completed one of the largest surveys of paranormal, pseudoscientific, superstitious and conspiracy theory beliefs in Australia.
They’ve studied how age, gender, religion, and voting preference relate to belief in the paranormal, and whether there’s a single underlying tendency to be “a believer.” Some of their conclusions are quite different than what we’ve seen in other studies.
What does this mean mean for skeptical education and outreach?
Richard Stelling with The Skeptic Exchange