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Rich Barlow | Spiritual Life

Religious upbringing found to aid children

Professor Erzo Luttmer is one of the coauthors of the study. Professor Erzo Luttmer is one of the coauthors of the study. (JOHN BLANDING/GLOBE STAFF)
By Rich Barlow
October 13, 2007

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A new statistical study indicates that religious participation by disavantaged parents correlates to some advantages for their children later in life. (Full article: 680 words)

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