Does religion affects children's judgment of what is real and what is pretend?
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- eAnswers...Aug 12, 2014
Recently there was research that has been done at Boston University, America it was found that the religion really affects the judgment of children for what is real and what is pretend, with the supernatural stories that get to know related to their religion helps them to identify what is magical and what is actually plausible in this real world. This doesn't mean that, their believe in their religion become weak, but they can understand the difference between magic and miracles.
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