Stephan Lewandowsky (born 3 June 1956) is an Australian psychologist. He has worked in both the USA and Australia, and is currently based at the University of Bristol, UK, where he is the chair in cognitive psychology at the School of Experimental Psychology. His research, which originally pertained to computer simulations of people's decision-making processes, has recently focused on the public's understanding of science and why people often embrace beliefs that are sharply at odds with the scientific evidence.

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  • Stephan Lewandowsky (born 3 June 1956) is an Australian psychologist. He has worked in both the USA and Australia, and is currently based at the University of Bristol, UK, where he is the chair in cognitive psychology at the School of Experimental Psychology. His research, which originally pertained to computer simulations of people's decision-making processes, has recently focused on the public's understanding of science and why people often embrace beliefs that are sharply at odds with the scientific evidence. (en)
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  • Stephan Lewandowsky (born 3 June 1956) is an Australian psychologist. He has worked in both the USA and Australia, and is currently based at the University of Bristol, UK, where he is the chair in cognitive psychology at the School of Experimental Psychology. His research, which originally pertained to computer simulations of people's decision-making processes, has recently focused on the public's understanding of science and why people often embrace beliefs that are sharply at odds with the scientific evidence. (en)
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