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Reading Fiction Trains Greater Tolerance of Ambiguity

So, we all suspected this, right? But a study at the University of Toronto has found evidence that reading works of short fiction makes test subjects more able to tolerate disorder and uncertainty; i.e. more creative, more rational, and less prone to snap judgements and rigid thinking.

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