It looks like we might get a department of credulity going as pedants learn the distinction between audience view and backstage view of productions.
Is there a proper subset of philosophy which studies belief? (as opposed to knowledge) This would begin with presupposing that perception and motivation of/for behavior are properties of what the philosophers call a "mind" yet can't quite agree about whether or not the mind exists. Read: http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/belief/
Our offerings might put a focus upon the conditions and methods used to measure the relative strengths of beliefs and the conditions required to establish, maintain and destroy beliefs...