On July 24, 2014 at 06:37PM Mark Said…

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Religious Children Struggle To Separate Fact From Fiction | IFLScience

The ability of young children to distinguish fact from fiction varies considerably with exposure to religion, two new studies have found. Children who did not attend parochial (religious) schools or church were significantly better at identifying characters in religious or fantasy stories as pretend than those who did. The studies have been published in Cognitive Science.

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