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A new meta-analysis looking at studies from 1921-2012 has concluded that non-religious people are likely to be more intelligent than religious people.

The analysis was performed by psychologists Miron Zuckerman and Jordan Silberman of the University of Rochester and Judith Hall of Northeastern University. Their findings were published in the Personality and Social Psychology Review. [Read the full article]

 

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