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People with a conspiracy mindset are no less likely to accept vaccines — so long as their friends accept them, too
A study published in the British Journal of Health Psychology sheds light on a promising avenue for reducing vaccine hesitancy. The researchers found that when people with a conspiracy mindset perceived their social circle as being supportive of vaccines (including a COVID-19 vaccine), their intention to get vaccinated was just as high as those without a conspiracy mindset. The findings suggest that the views of pro-vaccine friends can be leveraged to reduce the negative impact of conspiracy mentality on vaccination intentions.