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7:36 AM | January 19, 2013
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Chris Burris, at St. Jerome’s University in Canada, has been quizzing students at "a southwestern Ontario university" about their interests in video games and board games. He's found that atheists were more likely to prefer video games, and his hypothesis as to why this should be is really rather interesting. So, along with Elyse Redden at the University of Guelph, here's what they did. They asked 228 students to complete an online survey that asked, among other things, about their liking […]

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