Scientists discovered that the Harry Potter fans better relate to people

Scientists came to the conclusion that fans of the books and films about young wizard Harry Potter are the least biased among the people especially among their peers.

A study published in the American Journal of applied social psychology, shows that children who read books about the young magician, have less stereotypical views imposed and not diskriminerad other people, writes Today, citing The Independent.

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Scientific development called “the greatest magic of Harry Potter: Overcoming prejudice.” It combined the three studies to explain the influence of books by JK Rowling on children’s attitudes to refugees, immigrants and members of the homosexual community.

American sociologists have proven that kids who identify with Harry Potter and don’t want to be like Voldemort, respectively, have less prejudices against different sections of society.

Recall that the scientists said, as the beating of children by parents affects their character.

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