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Kids learn moral lessons more effectively from stories with humans than human-like animals

(University of Toronto) A study by researchers at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education at the University of Toronto found that four to 6-year-olds shared more after listening to books with human characters than books with anthropomorphic (human-like) animals.
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