cognitive anthropology, conspiracy theories, social stigma
Natália Slivková is as a doctoral student at the Institute of Ethnology and Social Anthropology SAS. She completed her master's degree at the Faculty of Social and Economic Sciences of the Comenius University in the field of social anthropology. In her diploma thesis, she focused on the anthropology of children and researching the environment of a school institution. Currently, as part of the upcoming dissertation project, he focuses on the field of conspiracy theories and the consequences of stigmatization from the point of view of cognitive-evolutionary anthropology.