Religious Children Have Trouble Distinguishing Reality from Fiction

Religious Children Have Trouble Distinguishing Reality from Fiction

A study conducted by researchers led by Kathleen H. Corriveau of Boston University examined how religious exposure affects a child’s ability to distinguish between fact and fiction. They found that religious exposure at an early age has a surprising effect: it makes children less able to differentiate between reality and fantasy.

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