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Field of Science - Epiphenom: "Supernatural believers see minds at work behind random patterns"

A recent article of the neuroscientists of Aalto University and University of Helsinki, is reviewed in the Field of Science blog -"Epiphenom".

"“Theory of Mind” is the term used to describe the mental ability to put yourself inside the mind of someone else – to imagine what it is that they are thinking.

Recently, there’s been some evidence that people who do not have a strong theory of mind are more likely to be atheists."

Read the full article reviewing the recent publication of the researchers of Aalto University and University of Helsinki, Finland.

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