|Sent on:||Friday, March 29, 2013 1:11 PM|
I suspect that self-esteem may often go the other direction (south) with children in highly religious homes and/or schools, where they end up feeling a lot of guilt & shame when they don't meet expectations of parents and religious teachers, or think they may be in danger of going to hell, etc. In terms of academic performance, I doubt anyone has shown that religious students do better than non-believing students.
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