Reading Literary Fiction Improves Theory of Mind

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The effect of reading a short passage of literary fiction on Theory of Mind: A replication of Kidd and Castano (2013) The results reported by Kidd and Castano (2013) indicated that reading a short passage of literary fiction improves theory of mind (ToM) relative to reading popular fiction. However, when we entered Kidd and Castano’s results in a p-curve analysis, it turned out that the evidential...

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