Gay Marriage Foes May Share Psychological Quirk, Study Suggests

Gay Marriage Foes Assume Own Marriages Are Stable, Survey Suggests

.The study is a demonstration of the "third-person perception," a common psychological bias in which people are convinced that others are much more influenced by outside sources such as media and advertising than they themselves are. In the realm of same-sex marriage, people who strongly value authority and tradition were the most likely to demonstrate this third-person effect. Full Story »

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