Gen Z, bad research, and the illusion of truth

This piece looks at how to measure the factors that influence young people’s buying habits in a robust and meaningful way.

In 1977, a study conducted at Villanova and Temple universities discovered a phenomenon called the illusory truth effect – the tendency to believe false information after repeated exposure. The effect is commonly used in lots of different fields such...

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